05631C

YOUNG Wind Line Driver

YOUNG Wind Line Driver

Description

The YOUNG 05631C wind line driver converts signals from the wind sensor to 4 to 20 mA current loop values.

Features

  • Converts signals from the wind sensor to 4 to 20 mA current loop values
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Notable Specifications:
  • Power Requirement: 12-30 VDC
  • Temperature Range: -50 to 50 C (-58 to 122 F)
  • Inputs: YOUNG Wind Monitor
  • Outputs: 4 to 20 mA
  • Wind Speed: 0 to 100 M/S, Wind Direction: 0 to 360
  • Accuracy: +/-1% FS over temperature and supply voltage range.
  • Dimensions: 110 mm W x 75 mm H x 56 mm D (4.3 in W x 2.9 in H x 2.2 in D)
  • Mounting: U-bolt for vertical pipe 25-50mm (1- 2 in) Dia
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YOUNG Wind Line Driver 05631C Wind line driver for use with 05106, 4-20 mA outputs
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YOUNG Wind Line Driver 05638C Wind line driver for use with 05108, 4-20 mA outputs
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YOUNG Sensor Cables 18723 Sensor cable, 2 pair shielded, 22 AWG, per ft.
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