The ADT42ETH is a universal, precise, 4-channel transducer for bridge load cells.
The device enables measurements with a frequency of up to 120 measurements / second per channel and an effective resolution of up to 19 bits.
The ADT42ETH module is widely used both in industry and research laboratories, wherever there is a need for coarse or precise force (weight) measurement.
Force (weight) measurement
Depending on the sensor used, it is possible to measure small weights in the range of grams and large loads in tons.Due to the possibility of summing measurements from selected channels, it can be used in multi-sensor weighing systems.
ADT42ETH has USB, Ethernet and RS485 ports.Access to the device can be done via the MODBUS-TCP / IP or MODBUS-RTU protocol, enabling direct communication of one or more modules simultaneously with the PLC or HMI panel.The USB port allows you to read data in a dedicated PC application and visualize them on a chart or save to a file.
Additional 2 inputs allow taring and recording measurements in the PC application on "demand", and 2 outputs signaling measurement thresholds.
The device is configured via the USB port and the ADT42ETH-PC program, which, in addition to the device settings, also allows you to view the current measurement values, record them in a file and on a graph.
- Signal measurement from four strain gauge force sensors
- A/C converters 24 bit, effective measurement resolution up to 19 bit, measurement speed up to 120 / sec.
- Converting the measured value into force in N or weight in g, kg, T, f
- The ability to read from each channel independently and the sum of the channels
- Measurement filtration functions, stability measurement
- 2 optoisolated inputs (tare, measurement recording triggering to a file)
- 2 optoisolated outputs (signaling of measurement thresholds)
- Ethernet (Modbus TCP) and RS485 (Modbus RTU) interface for communication with external devices
- USB connector for transducer configuration and measurement data acquisition
Where will you apply ADT42ETH?
- Electronic scales
- Inrun platforms
- Weighing loose materials, liquids etc.
- Multi-sensor systems for measuring masses and forces
- Measurement systems