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EAZY CAL™ Signal Conditioner

Modern signal conditioners offer a virtually effortless front panel fingertip routine for easy field calibration.


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To view a detailed video that shows the calibration of a LVDT linear position sensor using the EAZY CAL Signal Conditioner, explaining suggested calibration equipment, mechanical mounting of the signal conditioner, input and output connections, LVDT wiring, core position, and the calibration routine, please click here .