Transducer Interfacing Handbook, a guide to Analog Signal Conditioning. Daniel Sheingold, Analog Devices.

Transducer Interfacing Handbook, a guide to Analog Signal Conditioning.

Analog Devices, Norwood MA 1980, stated first edition; 231 pages plus Bibliography and Index; diagrams.

Condition: Very Good white and red glossy hardcover in Good+ dustjacket and clear acetate glassine jacket protector. Jacket edgewear and chipping, rubbed along spine. Book binding is secure and tight, pages clean and unmarked.

Keywords: analog devices, transducer interfacing handbook, analog signal conditioning, transducers analog devices, analog computing

Price: $8.00

Item Description

About the electrical aspects of commonly used transducers that sense temperature, force, pressure, level, flow etc. To provide analog information in a form conveniently usable by a system, for readout, further analog transmission or processing, or conversion to digital -- signal conditioning is usually required, e.g., amplification, filtering, isolation, offsetting, linearizing, and providing excitation.

The book's objective is to reduce the information gap that may exist about these matters between competent specialists on both sides of the interface. Nearly one hundred applications are described...' (from the jacket flap).