BNC-2110 entry limit is 5V?

Hello, I'm trying to measure the magnetic field by using hall sensor,

I created wave sin simulated with amplitude 10V

However, it seems that BNC-2110 is only measure up to +-5V?

Is it OK to switch to 10V so I can display + 10V range?

Thank you very much for your help!

Page 3. The maximum range is of +/-10V.

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