HIGHLIGHTS

  • Up to 31 thermocouple inputs
  • Configurable for thermocouple or voltage input mode independently
  • Built-in thermistor for cold junction compensation, zeroing function, and isothermal construction terminal block
  • Open thermocouple detection
  • NIST traceable calibration
  • Voltage input range up to 10V
  • Supports thermocouple type J, K, R, S, T, N, E and B

The Keysight U2802A 31-Channel Thermocouple Input module is a thermocouple input signal conditioner device that functions to convert low input voltage signal from a thermocouple into an output voltage range suitable for the data acquisition device. The U2802A thermocouple signal conditioner is to be used together with the U2355A and U2356A model data acquisition to enable thermocouple inputs.

To find out more of the U2355A or U2356A, please go to the U2300A web-page.

Giving users more flexibility, the U2802A is compatible with a wide range of application development environments such as Keysight VEE, MATLAB® R2007a, NI LabVIEW and Microsoft® Visual Studio®.

Visual Studio and Microsoft are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

MATLAB is a U.S. registered trademark of The Math Works, Inc.

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KEY SPECIFICATIONS

Acquire Rate
10 kSa/s
Analog Input
31 Channel
Analog Output
-
Channels
11-40
Channels/Crosspoints
31
Channels/sec.
N/A
Acquire Rate
Analog Input
Analog Output
Channels
Channels/Crosspoints
Channels/sec.
10 kSa/s
31 Channel
-
11-40
31
N/A
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Acquire Rate:
10 kSa/s
Analog Input:
31 Channel
Analog Output:
-
Channels:
11-40
Channels/Crosspoints:
31
Channels/sec.:
N/A
Digital I/O:
-
Frequency:
N/A
Inputs/Outputs:
0 - 50 Volts
Maximum Inputs/Outputs (V, I):
10V
모듈 유형:
Built-in Temperature Junction
Platform:
Signal Conditioner
Speed or Frequency:
10 kSa/s

Standard Configurations

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