Turner Designs C3 Analog Output Adapter

The Analog Output Adapter allows users to convert the standard digital output from the C3 to a 0 - 5 VDC analog signal.

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  • Converts the signal from 1, 2, or 3 channels installed on a C3
  • Designed to connect directly to the C3
  • 2300-603 battery bracket holds adapter in place
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The Analog Output Adapter allows users to convert the standard digital output from the C3 to a 0 - 5 VDC analog signal. The Adapter can convert the signal from 1, 2, or 3 channels installed on a C3. The voltage output is proportional to the fluorescence intensity measured by the sensors. Modeled after the C3 Submersible Fluorometer’s battery pack, the Analog Adapter is designed to connect directly to the C3. The C3 Battery Bracket is required to hold the Analog Adapter in place and secure it, preventing any break in communication or power. With the Analog Output Adapter users can integrate their C3 Submersible Fluorometers into any CTD or multi-parameter platform that will accept a 0 – 5 volt output signal.

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