Manufacturer: NAD Electronics
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 10kb
Operating System: Windows 98/2000/XP/NT
The NAD T761 is an A/V channel receiver. The receiver combines superb performance with remarkable flexibility and ease-of-use. The T761 channel receiver has clarity as well as realistic, detailed and superb sound performance. Its overall performance is associated with separate components than with AV receivers. The T761 has 80% zero and span adjustability within most user-selected input ranges. This 80% adjustability allows the user to field calibrate the unit from the maximum (0 to 25V) down to any minimum (5V) span (e.g. 10V to 15V) as long as that adjusted span remains within the selected 0 to 25V range. The T761 channel receiver is useful in any application requiring the isolation of a 2-wire loop current from an AC signal source. Typical applications include AC motor status and energy management. The output of the T761 receiver can be used to drive a digital meter for direct display or interface with a computer for monitoring and control.
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The T761 channel receiver has good solid and neutral sound which blends nicely with most speaker brands. For a small speaker, it has plenty of power. It has numerous connection possibilities as well as a convenient set of extra inputs on the front panel, as well as all the adjustments you would need for bass, treble, surround delay, large and small speaker settings. The T761 has 12 widely adjustable input ranges and 2 output ranges, all of which are field selectable via top-accessed DIP switches. The T761 provides 600 VDC of isolation with outputs of either 4-20mA or 10-50mA. The current outputs are in proportion to selected AC voltage or current input. The T761 measures the average value of the AC input signal and is calibrated for sine wave signals over a frequency range of 20Hz to 3KHz. For other wave forms, the calibration may be different, but the T761 will remain linear for the same wave form. For example, if the unit is calibrated using a square wave, the calibration will be valid for all square wave inputs in that range. The maximum DC component of the input signal is 50% of the range (e.g., 75VDC is half of a 0-150VAC range). It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and T761 errors before installing any driver updates.