1, 2, or 3 Channels @ 0.5 VA, 1.5 VA or 3.0 VA
Synchros are transformer-type voltage/current transducers that convert a shaft or other rotating device's angular position and/or velocity to a multi-wire AC electrical signal. Both deliver signals proportional to the Sine and/or Cosine of the shaft angle. A Digital-to-Synchro simulator is used to convert digital angle/velocity commands to corresponding Synchro/Resolver AC signals.
A wide variety of D/S modules are available to cover the range of excitation voltages/frequency, include extensive field-parameter programmability, and provide a full operating envelope choice for simulating virtually any type Synchro. By eliminating the need for external transformers and operating with lower AC reference frequencies, these solid-state designs offer huge space savings.
All D/S modules feature a wrap-around self-test capability and most platforms support an optional, programmable AC excitation supply. In addition to state-of-the-art technologies and design algorithms, the modules include many other useful application features such as reference voltage and frequency measurement, reference loss detection, and paired channel, two-speed operation.
There are three types of D/S and D/R modules:
3-Channel Modules: These high-density modules have a lower power output drive (0.5 VA per channel, max.). The lower power output drive is ideal for driving solid-state input instruments, gauges, and Synchro Booster Amplifiers (SBAs).
2-Channel Modules: The 2-channel modules have a standard (1.5 VA per channel, max.).
Single-Channel Modules: The single-channel modules have a high-power output drive capability (3 VA per channel, max.). All D/S modules feature a wrap-around self-test capability and most platforms support an optional, programmable AC excitation supply. In addition to state-of-the-art technologies and design algorithms, the modules include many other useful application features such as reference voltage and frequency measurement, reference loss detection, and paired channel, two-speed operation.
- Number of Channels: Up to 3 Channels. Model dependent.
- Resolution: 16-bits (.0055°)
- Accuracy: ±1 arc-minute (.017°) for 2, 3-channel; ±3.5 arc-minutes for single-channel (no load to full load)
- Output Format: Galvanic isolation. Synchro or Resolver.
- Output Voltage: Model dependent.
- Output Load: Short circuit protected. Model dependent.
- Reference Voltage: 2-115 Vrms autorange.
- Regulation (VL-L): ±5% max. No Load to Full Load.
- Ratio: Dual speed, programmable; Set any ratio between 2 and 255.
- Reference Input Voltage: Galvanic isolated, Uses 1 mA maximum/channel. Model dependent.
- Frequency Range: Model dependent.
- Phase Shift (A/B): ±0.5° maximum between output and reference @ 0° default/commanded phase, or programmable induced phase shift tolerance.
- Self-Test: Built-in wraparound self-test
- Settling Time: Less than 100 microseconds
- Power: 5 VDC @ 570 mA;, ±12 VDC @ 160 mA (no-load) per channel. (Add 2.9 watts of ±12 VDC for every VA of output per channel). Therefore, a 1.5 VA Load adds ±12 V 181 mA average, or 288 mA peak per channel. External ±12 V input power can be utilized.
- Weight: 1.5 oz. (42 g)
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