PC104 Synchro/Resolver Measurement Board

Model PC/104 73SD4

PC104 Synchro/Resolver Measurement Board

NAI’s 73SD4 is a DSP-based, PC104-compliant Synchro/Resolver Measurement Board with six separate, isolated channels. These channels can incorporate up to six Synchro/Resolver-to-Digital Tracking Converters in a stack-through module. Each channel also produces differential incremental encoder (A & B) outputs (with programmable resolution) and a zero degree marker pulse. Commutation outputs are available for 4-, 6-, or 8-pole brushless DC motors that eliminate the need for Hall Effect sensors, thereby reducing both processor time and bus traffic.

Standard features include 16 TTL Digital I/O, Background Built-in-Test (BIT) for continuous checking and reporting on the health of each channel, extensive diagnostics, and digital velocity outputs. Specifically designed for rugged defense, industrial, and commercial applications, the 73SD4 supports optional reference and turn counters.     Requires forced air cooling.

I/O Product Reference Guide

I/O Product Configuration Wizard

Features:

  • Six isolated channels for up to six separate Synchro/Resolver-to-Digital Tracking Converters
  • Tracking rate to 150 RPS
  • 16-bit resolution
  • 1 arc-minute accuracy
  • Programmable speed ratios: 1:1 to 255:1
  • Angle change alert
  • Digital velocity output
  • Auto-phase correction
  • Continuous Background Built-in-Test (BIT)
  • Reference-loss, signal-loss, and latch features
  • Programmable bandwidth
  • Optional Hall Effect commutation outputs
  • Optional programmable encoder (A & B) and index outputs
  • Optional on-board reference supply
  • Software Support Kit (SSK) and drivers are available
 
Document DownloadsDate
73SD4 Operations Manual
03/07/2014
Application Note: Encoder/Commutation Option
03/05/2009
Measurement / Simulation
Synchro / Resolver Measurement (S/D)
Miscellaneous

Note: Linux Driver(s): All Linux driver / source code are provided as is without change support.
News ItemsDate
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