Series 2400 Modules
PLUG-IN MODULES EXTEND THE 2400'S
VERSATILITY BY PROVIDING:
MACHINE PROCESS MONITOR & CONTROL
RS232C/MTI OUTPUT SIGNAL
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The FV module provides an analog output (voltage or current) that is proportional to the input signal frequency. The voltage range is 0 to 10VDC and the current 4 to 20mA DC. This module incorporates a custom made microprocessor and a 12 bit A/D converter which enables the user to achieve a full span analog output regardless of the range of the input signal.
Any recorder or acquisition system that is able to accept the FV's voltage and current parameters can be used to acquire and record data.
|2400-FV Module Specifications|
|MIN. Load (Voltage)
|MAX Loop Resistance (Current)
|MAX RIPPLE (Voltage)
|MAX Ripple (Current)
||32-113° F (0-45° C)|
||6 oz. (170g)|
This module enables the 2400 to measure not only RPM, linear speed, for rate, etc. but also DC and AC voltages generated by a tachometer generator or any other source and display these voltages in desired rate units. Voltages from - 100VDC to + 100VDC and 0 to 100 VAC (RMS) can be precisely measured.
|2400-VF Module Specifications|
||symbol plus 4 digits|
||depends on the max displayed value|
This CP module has three independent relays which work in conjunction with the display functions "HI", "GO" and "LO" of the 2400 to monitor and control external machine processes. It also features a current-sinking transistor which is activated when the monitored rate reaches zero.
The SD module is designed to provide an RS232C/MTI output signal for long line transmission and processing.
The baud rate, parity and data bit lengths are adjustable to fit any electronic device capable of accepting RS232C signals.
For statistacal analysis, this configuration can be interfaced with digimatic processors.
Combining two modules on the 2400