Synchro/resolver boards

  • 20-Nov-2009 05:38 EST

United Electronic Industries’ DNx-AI-255 Synchro/Resolver interface boards come in two models – one for use with the firm’s PowerDNA Cubes and another for rack mounting in a PowerDNR Rack Tangle or Half Rack chassis. Multiple operating modes ensure compatibility with standard sensor wiring and excitation configurations. Each board has two fully isolated, synchro/resolver channels with independent A/D converters, and each channel offers 16-bit resolution, ±2.6 arc-minutes accuracy, and scan rates to 4000 Hz. The boards can operate either as a synchro/resolver input interface or as a simulation output device, on a per channel basis.

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