- DC to 8MHz Bandwidth
- 1,400V sustained and 5,000V for 1 min
- Drop in Voltage Sensing to channel isolation to any DAQ
- DIN rail fixturing for fast setup
Three way Isolation
The IsoBlock V modules provide a three way galvanic isolation:
Channel to Channel
Primary to Secondary
Signal to Power
This galvanic barrier prevents unwanted currents from flowing along the circuit and adds a level of protection as well as allows to operate grounds with different potentials.
Proprietary Digital Technology
The use of advanced analog to digital design unleashes the power of high bandwidth ADCs to deliver a signal conditioning device. This approach allows for the highest bandwidth on an isolated voltage transducer in the market.
High Input Impedance & Low Output Impedance
Verivolt IsoBand V devices have a high input impedance that allows connecting them to most signal sources without a measurable impact. Also, the high input impedance increases device safety. The low output impedance makes it possible to connect to most digitizers and scopes as well as to run long wires .
High-Common Mode Rejection
The smart design of the isolation barrier is able to remove most common mode present in at the input. As a result you get a cleaner output regardless of unwanted ground shifts or even AC components present at the input as common mode.
The IsoBand V devices are designed to survive and protect other equipment against harmful voltage surges. These depend on the duration but can go as high as 20x the rated measurement range for up to 5 microseconds.
IsoBand V devices will cap the outputs to a maximum slightly higher than the output range, saturate and not go over range therefore protecting any connected Digitizer or Scope.
Flat Frequency Response
The smart design and advanced materials help signals preserve their characteristics over a wide frequency range. As a result the frequency response is very flat and the roll-off happens in a controlled way with the help of a 3rd order low pass filter.
The high linearity of the IsoBlock V makes possible to measure over a very wide amplitude range while preserving the nominal ratio. This high linearity associated to great stability and low offset ultimately translates as high accuracy measurements.