|Quick Start Software Guide|
The Quick Start Software Guide is an overview of the software supplied to support cPCI, PCI and VME products.
|Application Note: Encoder/Commutation Option|
Detail use and operation discussion of the Encoder/Commutation option for the synchro/resolver measurement modules.
|VME Board Addressing Sheet|
VME base address configuration for all VME 64xx cards.
|Environmental Specifications for cPCI and VME cards|
Information regarding Temperature, Humidity, Vibration and Shock for commercial, MIL (Air-cooled) and MIL (Conduction-cooled) cards.
|I/O Board Software Reference Guide|
This reference matrix provides a guide to determining which software drivers are available in the various Board Platforms / Architectures (VME, VPX, VXI, cPCI, PCI, PC-104, PMC & ISA) offered by North Atlantic Industries.
This glossary provides many definitions for terms used in describing synchro/ resolver or servo system components.
|Motion Electronics in Avionic Systems|
A white paper describing the theory behind synchros, resolvers, LVDT's and RVDT's
|LVDT Four Wire Mode Setup Procedure|
The following Application Note provides the necessary steps to configure an LVDT module that measures the position of an LVDT transducer in four wire mode configuration.
|Application Note: User Guide for NAI 2nd Generation Digital to Synchro-Resolver Converters|
The intent of this application note is to provide a guide to the understanding and maximum utilization of NAI 2nd generation Digital to Synchro – Resolver (D/S-R) converter modules.
|Two Speed Measurement Data for Synchro/Resolver|
How 2-Speed Measurement Data for Synchro/Resolver is Calculated and Presented
|Multifunction VME I/O Board Features Support Flexible System Architectures|
A new generation of I/O boards incorporating multifunction I/O, Bus Master function, Ethernet and system processors provide flexibility for implementation of new VME system architectures.
|Synchro/Resolver Handbook Chapter 1 & 2 |
Synchro/Resolver Theory (3 Meg).Topics include: What are Synchros/Resolvers?, Coarse/Fine Synchro/Resolver systems, Synchro/Resolver Parameters, Synchro and Reliability, Scott T transformers, The representation of Angles in Digital Form and Synchro/Resolver connection conventions.
|Synchro/Resolver Handbook Chapter 3|
Synchro/Resolver to Digital Conversion.(2.3 Meg) Topics include: Tracking Synchro/Resolver to Digital Converters, Advantages of a tracking converter, Data Transfer, Bandwidth and Transfer of Tracking Converters and Velocity Voltage Outputs from Tracking Converters.
|Synchro/Resolver Handbook Chapter 4|
Digital to Synchro/Resolver Conversion. Theory of Digital to Synchro/Resolver Conversion. (1.7 Meg)Topics include: Principles of operation, variations of accuracy and performance with reference frequency, quadrature errors and reference phase shift.
|Synchro/Resolver Handbook Appendix A|
Common Synchro Parameters, Synchro Control Differential Transmitters and Synchro Torque Transmitters and Synchro Torque Receivers.
|Synchro/Resolver Handbook Appendix C|
How reference waveform distortion affects tracking type Synchro to Digital converters. The following analysis shows the way in which reference waveform distortion is of no practical
|Synchro/Resolver Handbook Appendix F|
Effects of Quadrature Signals on a Servo System. The Digital to Synchro converter in a control loop and the effects of phase shifted signals on servo systems.