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Low Level Amplifier



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Low Level Amplifier FLSC-AMP FLSC-AMP
  • Ultra Low Speed to 15 kHz Operation
  • 20 mV to 50 V Sensitivity
  • 100 mA Current Sinking Output
  • 11 to 26 Vdc Power Supply Range
  • Easy Mount Metal Housing
  • Screw Terminal Hookup

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Product Specs

The OmegaTM FLSC-AMP amplifies the low level signals from the magnetic pickup of gear teeth or flow transmitters by a factor of more than a hundred times to drive any Omega ratemeter, counter or controller. It is mounted in a rugged 2 x 3" metal housing with screw terminals for easy installation.

Power Requirements: 11 to 26 Vdc; 30mA Maximum
Input Characteristics:
Input Impedance: 1500 Ω
Input Frequency: 0-15 KHz
Input Voltage: 0.020 to 50 V
Output Characteristics: Open Collector with internal 2700 ohms pull-up resistor to supply voltage. 100 mA Maximum sink to 1 v or less
Temperature Range: 0 to 60ºC (32 to 140ºF)

The low voltage line from the magnetic pickup to the FLSC-AMP should be less than 3 m (10') in length, shielded and isolated from relays, solenoids or other sources of electrical noise (let the output line make the long run). If the input is too sensitive, lower the 1.1K input impedance by adding a 220 to 1 KO resistor across TB1, pins 1 and 2, to increase noise immunity.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent service Product FLSC-AMP Omega Low Level Amplifier I purchased this item and it was delivered in a timely manor. It shipped in a clean and well packed box. My product was clean and in perfect condition. I will use this company for future purchases. Thank you very much for your help on this order.
Date published: 2019-03-20
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Where can I find specs/manual for this amplifier?

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With the launch of our new omega.com we are in the process of refreshing and updating our product pages, in the mean time, please refer to this page for the specifications. You can also contact us anytime by phone or email. Thank you! https://www.omega.co.uk/pptst/FLSCAMP.html
Answered by: Jane
Date published: 2019-05-16

What will be the voltage output of the pulses because I want to connect the output to a Phoenix Contact frequency to Voltage transducer and that transducer need minimum 5 VAC to read the frequency

Asked by: Mukul
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