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Successful multi-channel cabling now extended to temperature signals

Kistler Instruments : 18 January, 2007  (Company News)
Kistler is introducing its successful multi-channel cabling to temperature signals for injection molding. This technology is based on the miniaturized thermocouple amplifier Type 2205A... with 2 or 4 channels, to which the sensors are connected using the cut and grip technique.
Kistler is introducing its successful multi-channel cabling to temperature signals for injection molding. This technology is based on the miniaturized thermocouple amplifier Type 2205A... with 2 or 4 channels, to which the sensors are connected using the cut and grip technique.

The amplifier's compactness allows direct mounting in the mold for ideal connecting cable and electronics protection. A special case is available for mounting on the mold or machine. The amplifier is connected to the CoMo Injection process monitoring system Type 2869A... with just one cable, which can transmit up to 4 temperature signals. The new amplifier provides ideal support for the combined pressure and temperature sensors Type 6189A... and 6190B....

With CoMo Injection for injection molding, Kistler had already introduced multichannel cabling for pressure sensors. This method allows connection of up to 8 sensors in the mold with just one cable. Signals from both pressure and temperature sensors can now be measured, analyzed and evaluated on the CoMo Injection
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