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OMEGABUS® Digital Transmitters

Item# D1101

OMEGABUS® Digital Transmitters OMEGABUS® Digital Transmitters
The D1000 and D2000 Series digital transmitters are a complete family of easy to use interface modules for personal computers and other processor based equipment with standard serial I/O ports. The modules convert analog input signals to engineering units and transmit, in ASCII format, to any host computer with a standard RS-232C or RS-485 port. This modular design enables anyone familiar with a personal computer to construct a flexible and cost effective data acquisition system. These modules can measure temperature, pressure, flow, voltages, currents and various types of digital signals.
The D1000 series provide direct interface to a wide variety of sensors and perform all signal conditioning, scaling, linearization and conversion to engineering units.

Each module also provides digital I/O lines for controlling devices through solid state relays or TTL signals. These digital I/O lines along with integral limit setting capability provide alarm and control outputs. With the exception of the D1400 RTD and D1500 bridge modules, every D1000 module contains an on-board event counter. The event counter will count up to ten million transitions on the digital input line. All user selectable options (address, baud rate, alarms, etc.) are done through the communications port and stored in nonvolatile memory thereby eliminating switches or external adjustments of any kind.

The D2000 series of user programmable data acquisition and control modules allow direct interface of non-linear analog sensors to computers with serial I/O ports. Use of these modules enables downloading up to 23 breakpoints through the communications port. With these breakpoints the user can program a module to virtually any transfer function.
D1101
  • Complete Sensor To RS-232C or RS-485 Interface
  • Input Modules for Thermocouples, RTDs, Voltages, Currents, Pulse and Frequency, and Bridge Inputs
  • Isolated Inputs
  • RS-485 Format Permits Remote Communications Up to Four Thousand Feet
  • D2000 Series Provide Linearization of Non-Standard Sensors
  • Connect Up To 32 Modules On One Cable, Up to 124 Using a Repeater
  • Alarm Outputs Standard
  • Continuous Self Calibration, No Adjustment Requirements
Number of Digital Inputs/Outputs
Number of Analog Inputs/Outputs
Quantity Price each
1-4 $265.00
5-9 $251.75
10-24 $246.45
25-49 $235.85
50-99 $230.55
100+ $225.25

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Lead Time ( If not in Stock): 4 weeks

Product Specs

  • Accuracy Value ±0.01% of reading ±10 µs
  • Connectivity Method 2
  • Form Factor Wall Mount: ABS with captive mounting hardware
  • Baud Rate 300
  • Bandwidth 60 Hz
  • Impedance 1 MΩ
  • Maximum Ambient Temperature 70 {C} (158 {F})
  • Maximum Ambient Humidity 95% RH non-condensing
  • Maximum Storage Temperature 85 {C}
  • Minimum Ambient Humidity 0% RH
  • Minimum Ambient Temperature -25 {C} (-13 {F})
  • Microprocessor Type 8-bit CMOS microcomputer
  • Minimum Storage Temperature -25 {C} (-13 {F})
  • Sampling Rate 1 Samples/Second
  • Other Features Isolated Inputs Event Counter on Most Modules Timer Modules Available
  • Sampling Method 2 Samples/Second
  • Supply Voltage 10 to 30 Vdc

The D1000 and D2000 Series digital transmitters are a complete family of easy to use interface modules for personal computers and other processor based equipment with standard serial I/O ports. The modules convert analog input signals to engineering units and transmit, in ASCII format, to any host computer with a standard RS-232C or RS-485 port. This modular design enables anyone familiar with a personal computer to construct a flexible and cost effective data acquisition system. These modules can measure temperature, pressure, flow, voltages, currents and various types of digital signals.
The D1000 series provide direct interface to a wide variety of sensors and perform all signal conditioning, scaling, linearization and conversion to engineering units.

Each module also provides digital I/O lines for controlling devices through solid state relays or TTL signals. These digital I/O lines along with integral limit setting capability provide alarm and control outputs. With the exception of the D1400 RTD and D1500 bridge modules, every D1000 module contains an on-board event counter. The event counter will count up to ten million transitions on the digital input line. All user selectable options (address, baud rate, alarms, etc.) are done through the communications port and stored in nonvolatile memory thereby eliminating switches or external adjustments of any kind.

The D2000 series of user programmable data acquisition and control modules allow direct interface of non-linear analog sensors to computers with serial I/O ports. Use of these modules enables downloading up to 23 breakpoints through the communications port. With these breakpoints the user can program a module to virtually any transfer function.

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