Dover, NH (PRWEB) January 17, 2014
iWorx Systems Inc., a developer of advanced physiology teaching and research solutions, has introduced the IA-400D Bridge Amplifier for conditioning signals from low-bandwidth transducers such as those used to measure blood pressure or force as well as applications requiring wider bandwidth. The amplifier provides four channels of excitation power, gain, and noise filtration and exhibits low system noise and offset, making it suitable for use with high resolution data acquisition systems. Each channel has a switch to allow selection of either a 40 Hz or 10 kHz low pass filter.
The IA-400D Bridge Amplifier incorporates a programming resistor in the DIN-8 connector to easily set the gain to the optimal value for a specific measurement. The low offset characteristic of bridge-style transducers combined with the high resolution of iWorx data acquisition systems dramatically minimizes the need for offset control to simplify operation. The IA-400D is packaged in a low profile enclosure that provides both durability and noise immunity. The device has a small foot print measuring just 6.2 in. x 5.3 in. x 2.3 in. (17.5 cm x 13.5 cm x 6cm) and multiple units are easily stacked to save bench space.
More information on iWorx research instruments can be found at http://www.iworx.com. Contact iWorx Systems, Inc., 62 Littleworth Road, Dover, NH 03820 (T) (603) 742-2492, (F) (603) 742-2455.