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CC-U Range

Due to the wide input range of the gain and offset stages all input signals between the minimum and the maximum input value can be universally converted to all common output signals. Devices for DC or AC (50/60 Hz) supply available.

  • 8 different standard signal outputs on one device
  • Input and output side universally configurable
  • Also available with 2 threshold relay outputs
  • Adjustment and operating elements on the front side
  • Safe operation by electrical 3-way isolation
  • Plug-in connecting terminals, unambiguously and clearly marked
  • Standard signals
  • Signals of RTD sensors (PT10, PT100, PT1000)
  • Thermocouple signals
  • TRMS values of currents and voltages
ABB CC-U Range Analog Signal Converters Distributors
CC-U Range

If you are looking for ABB Analog Signal Converters, please call us on (844) 331-9372 or email us at we will do our best to help you find the ABB CC-E/STD analog signal converter with 3-way electrical isolation that you are looking for at the most competitive prices possible. If you are searching for ABB CC-U/STD universal signal converter with 3-way electrical isolation technical information (data-sheets) please use the datasheets or product selection guide page links.

CC-E Range

The required input and output ranges can be configured by means of directly accessible DIP switches positioned on the side. Offset adjustment of ±5 % by means of adjustment potentiometers on the front-side.

  • Universally configurable devices and single-function devices
  • Adjustment and operating elements on the front side
  • Safe operation by electrical 3-way isolation
  • Unambiguous and clear connecting terminal markings
  • No adjustment or balancing necessary.
  • Standard signals (0-5 V, 0-10 V, 0-20 mA, 4-20 mA)
  • Temperature signals of RTD sensors (PT 100)
  • Thermocouple signals (types J and K)
  • Current measurement signals (0-5 A, 0-20 A AC/DC)
ABB CC-E Range Analog Signal Converter Distributor
CC-E Range

Our industrial factory automation supplies distributors warehouse in Boise, Idaho USA stocks some ABB entrelec products enabling us to further assist you in finding the correct ABB CC-U/STDR universal signal converter for standard signals, with 2 threshold relay outputs and with 3-way electrical isolation in the USA, Canada and Mexico. Whether we have ABB CC-E/RTD temperature signal converter for RTD sensors, linearized with 3-way electrical isolation in stock in Boise, Idaho USA or need to get them from ABB Low Voltage; Clearwater Tech can get CC-U/RTD universal signal converter for PT10, PT100, PT1000 temperature sensors to you fast and save you some money! It will be very helpful if you have the ABB CC-U/RTDR universal signal converter for temperature and resistance signals, with 2 threshold relay outputs part numbers ready, then our sales representatives can provide you with a pricing and availability quote for CC-E/TC analog signal converter for thermocouple signals of the types J and K that you are looking for in seconds. If you do not have the part numbers for ABB CC-U/TC universal signal converter for thermocouples, our application engineers will be able to help you figure out the part numbers and get the price quote to you as soon as possible.

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SymCom Switches

SymCom's Model ISS-102 Two-Channel, intrinsically-safe switch is designed for multiple uses including a pump-up/pump-down (latching) controller or two channel switch. Two LEDs indicate the state of the intrinsically-safe inputs and output relays and user-selectable options are available including a variable resistance threshold for float inputs. The ISS-102 enclosure is surface mountable but is also compatible with DIN rail (35mm).

NK Technologies Transducers

Just Thread the Conductor Through the extra large aperture and reconnect on the other side. The transducer output is powered from excitation voltage of around 24 VDC, using just two wires. The sensor mounts on a back panel or a DIN rail, and is designed to accommodate wire sizes for loads up to 400 A. AT and ATR-FD series transducers combine a current transformer and a signal conditioner into a single package.