DIN Rail Conditioners Convert Voltage or Bridge Input to RS-485Din Rail Mount Digital Transmitters
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- Complete Sensor to RS-485 Interface
- 500V RMS Analog Input Isolation
- 15-Bit Measurement Resolution
- Continuous Self-Calibration
No Adjustments of any Kind
- Programmable Digital Filter
- Process Monitoring and Control
- Remote Data Logging to any Host Computer
- Product Testing
- Interface to PLC
- Requires +5VDC Supply
- Transient Suppression on RS-485 Communications Lines
- Screw Terminal Plug Connectors Supplied
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The key to the DIN-100 Series is that the modules are easy to use. You do not need engineering experience in complicated data acquisition hardware. With these modules, anyone familiar with a personal computer can construct a data acquisition system. This modular approach to data acquisition is extremely flexible, easy to use and cost effective. Data is acquired on a per channel basis so you only buy as many channels as you need. The modules can be mixed and matched to fit your application. They can be placed remote from the host and from each other. You can string up to 247 modules on a twisted pair of wires by using RS-485 with repeaters.
All modules are supplied with screw terminal plug connectors. The connectors allow system expansion, reconfiguration or repair without disturbing field wiring. No charge utility software is available to make the DIN-100 modules easier to learn and use.
THEORY OF OPERATION
Each module is a complete singlechannel data acquisition system. Each unit contains analog signal conditioning circuits optimized for a specific input type. Sensor signals are converted to digital data with a microprocessor-controlled integrating A/D converter. Offset and gain errors in the analog circuitry are continuously monitored and corrected using microprocessor techniques. The DIN-100 module converts the digital signal data and stores the resultant data in a memory buffer. The modules continuously convert data at the rate of 8 conversions per second and store the latest result in the buffer.
Host processors may request data by sending a query to the module. The DIN-100 module will instantly respond by communicating the memory buffer data back to the host processor. Up to 247 modules may be linked to a single RS-485 port. Each module on a serial line is identified by a unique userprogrammable address. This addressing technique allows modules to be interrogated in any order.
DIN-170 digital output modules contain open-collector transistor switches that may be controlled by the host processors. These switches may be used to control solid-state relays which in turn may control heaters, pumps and other power equipment. The digital inputs may be read by the host processor and used to sense the state of remote digital signals. They are ideal for sensing the state of limit or safety switches.
The DIN-100 analog input modules include two unique programmable single pole digital filters. The filter is used to smooth analog data in noisy environments. Separate time constants may be specified for small and large signal changes. Typically a large time constant is specified for small signal changes to filter out noise and provide stable output readings. A smaller time constant may be chosen for large signal changes to provide fast response to such changes.
Complimentary Utility Software is included with each purchase order. The software is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 operating systems and distributed on CD-ROM. The Utility Software simplifies configuration of all user-selectable options such as device address, baud rate and filtering constants. The latest version of the software is always downloadable from our web site.
PROCESS CONTROL SOFTWARE
Modbus RTU protocol is supported by virtually all commercial process control software programs available today.