DEWE-561 Technical reference manual

DEWE-561 Technical reference manual
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Preface
Thank you!
Thank you very much for your investment in DEWETRON's unique data acquisition systems. These are
top-quality instruments which are designed to provide you years of reliable service. This guide has been
prepared to help you get the most from your investment, starting from the day you take it out of the box, and
extending for years into the future.
This guide includes important startup notes, as well as safety notes and information about keeping your
DEWETRON system in good working condition over time.
We strongly suggest that you read this entire manual, especially the safety and care sections, as well as to
avoid damaging your DEWETRON system.
What is the DEWE-561?
This product is used for measuring of different physical and/or electrical sizes (depending on model or configuration). The connection is depending on model or configuration and takes place via safety banana plugs, BNC connectors (± 50V max.), D-SUB connectors (± 50V max.), thermocouple connectors (± 50V max.), BINDER® connectors (± 50V max.), SMB connetcors (± 50V max.), µdot connectors (± 50V max.),
LEMO® connectors or RJ-45 connectors.
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Preface
Notes
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Table of content
Content
General Information, Safety Instructions
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Training………………………………………………………………………………………… 7
Calibration……………………………………………………………………………………… 7
Support………………………………………………………………………………………… 7
Service/repairs………………………………………………………………………………… 7
Warranty Information………………………………………………………………………… 8
Printing History………………………………………………………………………………… 8
Safety conventions…………………………………………………………………………… 9
General safety and hazard warnings for all DEWETRON systems…………………… 10
Maintenance…………………………………………………………………………………… 13
Windows updates and antivirus/security software………………………………………… 14
Problematic network stacks………………………………………………………………… 14
Environmental Considerations……………………………………………………………… 14
Blockdiagram of the internal signal processing…………………………………………… 15
First steps……………………………………………………………………………………… 16
Main System
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DEWE-561 - All-in-one Instrument………………………………………………………… 17
System specifications………………………………………………………………………… 17
DEWE-561 at a glance……………………………………………………………………… 18
MDAQ series amplifiers overview…………………………………………………………… 22
Power supply………………………………………………………………………………… 24
Software25
A/D Conversion
A1
Internal Wiring
B1
CE-Certificate of conformity
C1
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General Information, Safety Instructions
Services
Training
DEWETRON offers training at various offices around the world several times each year. DEWETRON
headquaters in Austria have a very large and professional conference and seminar center, where training
classes are conducted on a regular basis starting with sensors and signal conditioning, A/D technology and
software operation. For more information about training services, please visit:
http://www.dewetron.com/support/training
Dewetron Inc. in the USA also has a dedicated training facility connected to its headquarters, located in
Rhode Island. For more information about training services in the US, please visit:
http://www.dewamerica.com/support/trainingsclasses
Calibration
Every instrument needs to be calibrated at regular intervals. The standard norm across nearly every industry
is annual calibration. Before your DEWETRON data acquisition system is delivered, it is calibrated at our
DEWETRON headquater. Each of this system is delivered with a certificate of compliance with our published
specifications. Detailed calibration reports from our calibration system are available for purchase with each
order. We retain them for at least one year, so calibration reports can be purchased for up to one year after
your system was delivered.
Support
DEWETRON has a team of people ready to assist you if you have any questions or any technical difficulties
regarding the system. For any support please contact your local distributor first or DEWETRON directly.
For Asia and Europe, please contact:
For the Americas, please contact:
DEWETRON Ges.m.b.H.
Parkring 4
A-8074 Graz-Grambach
AUSTRIA
Tel.: +43 316 3070
Fax: +43 316 307090
Email: [email protected]
Web:http://www.dewetron.com
DEWETRON, Inc.
10 High Street, Suite K
Wakefield, RI 02879
U.S.A.
Tel.:
+1 401 284 3750
Toll-free: +1 877 431 5166
Fax:
+1 401 284 3755
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.dewamerica.com
The telephone hotline is available
Monday to Friday between
08:00 and 17:00 CET (GMT +1:00)
The telephone hotline is available
Monday to Friday between
08:00 and 17:00 GST (GMT -5:00)
Service/repairs
Only the team of DEWETRON is allowed to perform any kinds of repairs to your system to assure a safe and
proper operation in future. For information regarding service and repairs please contact your local distributor
first or DEWETRON directly.
!
Any spare parts (screws, backplanes, cables,...) must be obtained from DEWETRON only.
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Notice
The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice.
DEWETRON elektronische Messgeraete Ges.m.b.H. (DEWETRON) shall not be liable for any errors
contained in this document. DEWETRON MAKES NO WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND WITH REGARD
TO THIS DOCUMENT, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. DEWETRON SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS
THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
DEWETRON shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages,
whether based on contract, tort, or any other legal theory, in connection with the furnishing of this document
or the use of the information in this document.
Warranty Information
A copy of the specific warranty terms applicable to your DEWETRON product and replacement parts can be
obtained from your local sales and service office.
Restricted Rights Legend
Use austrian law for duplication or disclosure.
DEWETRON GesmbH
Parkring 4
A-8074 Graz-Grambach / Austria
TRION™ is a trademark of DEWETRON Ges.m.b.H.
SYNC-CLOCK™ is a trademark of DEWETRON Ges.m.b.H.
SUPER-COUNTER™ is a trademark of DEWETRON Ges.m.b.H.
DEWESoft ™ is a trademark of DEWESoft d.o.o.
Any other trademarks and registered trademarks are acknowledged to be the property of their owners.
Printing History
Please refer to the page bottom for printing version.
Copyright © DEWETRON elektronische Messgeraete Ges.m.b.H.
This document contains information which is protected by copyright. All rights are reserved. Reproduction,
adaptation, or translation without prior written permission is prohibited, except as allowed under the copyright
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Safety conventions
Safety conventions
Observe precautions for handling electrostatic sensitive devices!
!
This icon denotes a caution, which advises you of precautions to take to avoid injury, data loss, or a system crash. When this symbol is marked on the product, refer to the technical reference manual.
Indicates hazardous voltages.
Indicates the chassis terminal
WARNING
Calls attention to a procedure, practice, or condition that could cause bodily
injury or death.
CAUTION
Calls attention to a procedure, practice, or condition that could possibly cause
damage to equipment or permanent loss of data.
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Safety instructions
Your safety is our primary concern! Please be safe!
!
General safety and hazard warnings for all DEWETRON systems
Use this system under the terms of the specifications only to avoid any possible danger. If the unit is used
in a manner not specified by the manufacturer the protection can be impaired!
Ths product is intended for use in industrial locations. As a result, this product may cause interference if used in residential areas. Such use must be avoided unless the user takes special measures to reduce
electromagnetic emissions to prevent interferences to the reception of radio and television broadcasts.
Maintenance will be executed by qualified staff only.
During the use of the system, it might be possible to access another parts of a more comprehensive system. Please read and follow the safety instructions provided in the manuals of all other components regarding warning and security advices for using the system.
With this product, only use the power cable delivered or defined for the host country.
DO NOT connect or disconnect sensors, probes or test leads, as these parts are connected to a voltage supply unit.
The system is grounded via a protective conductor in the power supply cord. To avoid electric shocks, the protective conductor has to be connected with the ground of the power network. Before connecting the input or output connectors of the system, make sure that there is a proper grounding to guarantee
potential free usage. For countries, in which there is no proper grounding, please refere to your local legally safety regulations for safety use.
DC systems: Every DC system has a grounding connected to the chassis (yellow/green safety banana plug).
Please note the characteristics and indicators on the system to avoid fire or electric shocks. Before connecting the system, please carefully read the corresponding specifications in the product manual.
The inputs are not, unless otherwise noted (CATx identification), for connecting to the main circuits of category II, III and IV. The measurement category can be adjusted depending on module configuration.
The power cord separates the system from the power supply. Do not block the power cord, since it has to be accessible for the users.
Supply overvoltage category is II.
DO NOT use the system if equipment covers or shields are removed.
If you assume the system is damaged, get it examined by authorised personnel only.
Any use in wet rooms, outdoors or in adverse environmental condition is not allowed!
Adverse environmental conditions are:
Moisture or high humidity
Dust, flammable gases, fumes or dissolver
Thunderstorm or thunderstorm conditions (except assembly PNA)
Electrostatic fields, et cetera.
Any direct voltage output is protected with a fuse against short cut and reverse-polarity, but is NOT galvanically isolated (except it is explicit marked on the system).
The system must be connected and operated to an earthed wall socket at the AC mains power supply only (except for DC systems).
Any other use than described above may damage your system and is attended with dangers like shortcut, fire or electric shocks.
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Safety instructions
The whole system must not be changed, rebuilt or opened (except for changing TRION™ modules).
If you assume a more riskless use is not provided anymore, the system has to be rendered inoperative and should be protected against inadvertent operation. It is assumed that a more riskless operation is not possible anymore, if
the system is damaged obviously or causes strange noises.
the system does not work anymore.
the system has been exposed to long storage in adverse environmental.
the system has been exposed to heavy shipment strain.
DO NOT touch any exposed connectors or components if they are live wired. The use of metal bare wires is not allowed. There is a risk of short cut and fire hazard!
Warranty void if damages caused by disregarding this manual. For consequential damages NO liability will be assumed!
Warranty void if damages to property or persons caused by improper use or disregarding the safety instructions.
Unauthorized changing or rebuilding the system is prohibited due to safety and permission reasons (CE).
Exception: changing TRION™ modules.
The assembly of the system is equivalent to protection class I. For power supply, only the correct power socket of the public power supply must be used, except the system is DC powered.
Be careful with voltages >25 VAC or >35 VDC! These voltages are already high enough in order to get a perilous electric shock by touching the wiring.
Maximum input voltage for measuring cards are 70 VDC and 46.7 VPEAK
The product heats during operation. Make sure there is adequate ventilation. Ventilation slots must not covered!
Only fuses of the specified type and nominal current may be used. The use of patched fuses is prohibited.
Prevent using metal bare wires! Risk of short cut and fire hazard!
DO NOT use the system before, during or shortly after a thunderstorm (risk of lightning and high energy
overvoltage). An advanced range of application under certain conditions is allowed with therefore designed products only. For details please refer to the specifications.
Make sure that your hands, shoes, clothes, the floor, the system or measuring leads, integrated curcuits and so on, are dry.
DO NOT use the system in rooms with flammable gases, fumes or dust or in adverse environmental conditions.
Avoid operation in the immediate vicinity of:
high magnetic or electromagnetic fields
transmitting antennas or high-frequency generators
For exact values please refere to enclosed specifications.
Use measurement leads or measurement accessories aligned to the specification of the system only. Fire hazard in case of overload!
Do not switch on the system after transporting it from a cold into a warm room and vice versa. The thereby created condensation may damage your system. Acclimatise the system unpowered to room temperature.
Do not disassemble the system! There is a high risk of getting a perilous electric shock. Capacitors still might charged, even the system has been removed from the power supply.
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Safety instructions
The electrical installations and equipments in industrial facilities must be observed by the security regulations and insurance institutions.
The use of the measuring system in schools and other training facilities must be observerd by skilled personnel.
The measuring systems are not designed for use at humans and animals.
Please contact a professional if you have doubts about the method of operation, safety or the connection of the system.
Please be careful with the product. Shocks, hits and dropping it from already lower level may damage your system. For exact values please refere to enclosed specifications.
Please also consider the detailed technical reference manual as well as the security advices of the connected systems.
This product has left the factory in safety-related flawless and proper condition.
In order to maintain this condition and guarantee safety use, the user has to consider the security advices
and warnings in this manual.
EN 61326-3-1:2008
IEC 61326-1 applies to this part of IEC 61326 but is limited to systems and equipment for industrial
applications intended to perform safety functions as defined in IEC 61508 with SIL 1-3.
The electromagnetic environments encompassed by this product family standard are industrial, both
indoor and outdoor, as described for industrial locations in IEC 61000-6-2 or defined in 3.7 of IEC 61326-1.
Equipment and systems intended for use in other electromagnetic environments, for example, in the process
industry or in environments with potentially explosive atmospheres, are excluded from the scope of this
product family standard, IEC 61326-3-1.
Devices and systems according to IEC 61508 or IEC 61511 which are considered as “operationally welltried”, are excluded from the scope of IEC 61326-3-1.
Fire-alarm and safety-alarm systems, intended for protection of buildings, are excluded from the scope of
IEC 61326-3-1.
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For safety reasons max. 50 V may be applied to the BNC input-connectors! Refer to the regulation of maximum allowable touch potential.
Maintenance
Maintenance
The information in this section is designed for use by qualified service personal.
Service interval:
Clean dust from the chassis exterior/interior and exchange filter foam based on the operating environment.
Cleaning:
Clean surface of the chassis with dry lind-free cloth.
Use a dry velocity stream of air to clean the chassis interior.
!
- Disconnect all cables before servicing the unit!
- Many components within the chassis are sensitive to static discharge damage. Always wear a ground wrist strap and service the unit only in static-free environment.
- Do not use harsh chemical cleaning agents!
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General information
CAUTION
The system BIOS is protected by password. Any change in the BIOS may cause a system crash.
When the system is booting, do not press ESC-button on keyboard. This may clear the BIOS settings
and cause system faults.
Any change in the file structure as deleting or adding files or directories might cause a system crash.
Before installing software updates contact DEWETRON or your local distributor. Use only software
packages which are released by DEWETRON. Further informations are also available in the internet
(http://www.dewetron.com).
After power off the system wait at least 10 seconds before switching the system on again. Otherwise
the system may not boot correct. This prolongs also the life of all system components.
Windows updates and antivirus/security software
Before installing Windows software updates consult with DEWETRON for compatibility guidance. Please
also keep in mind that the use of any antivirus or other security software may slow down your system and
may cause data loss.
Problematic network stacks
Often intrusive IT software or network processes can interfere with the primary function of the DEWETRON
system: to record data. Therefore we recommend strongly against the installation of IT/MIS software
and running their processes on any DEWETRON data acquisition system, and cannot guarantee the
performance of our systems if they are so configured.
Environmental Considerations
Information about the environmental impact of the product.
Product End-of-Life Handling
Observe the following guidelines when recycling a DEWETRON system:
System and Components Recycling
Production of these components required the extraction and use of natural resources. The
substances contained in the system could be harmful to your health and to the environment if the system
is improperly handled at it's end of life! Please recycle this product in an appropriate way to avoid an
unnecessary pollution of the environment and to keep natural resources.
This symbol indicates that this system complies with the European Union’s requirements according to
Directive 2002/96/EC on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). Please find further information
about recycling on the DEWETRON website
www.dewetron.com
Restriction of Hazardous Substances
This product has been classified as Monitoring and Control equipment, and is outside the scope of the
2011/65/EU RoHS Directive. This product is known to contain lead.
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Signal processing
Blockdiagram of the internal signal processing
AC or DC input
Power
supply
USB and FireWire power supply
Motherboard/CPU-board
Measurement boards
(DEWE-ORION, ...)
PCI boards
(USB, FireWire, ...)
USB, FireWire, Ethernet
(on-board)
CPU
RAM
onboard VGA
RS-232
Display
+15V, GND, -15V
DC/DC
converter
MDAQ
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First steps
First steps
1
Power-on your system.
3
2
Connect your sensors to the
system.
Run DEWESoft usually
via "Start" >"Programs" >
"Dewetron" > "DEWESoft x.x"
> "DEWESoft x.x"
4
Start recording your data!
All accessories shown in this document are available as option
and will not be shipped as standard parts. These parts are described as "option".
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Main System
Main System
DEWE-561 - All-in-one Instrument
Portable data acquisition system
Up to 16 channels with differential inputs
(in conjunction with DEWE-MDAQ modules)
4 Voltage inputs
(in conjunction with MDAQ-PQL-SUB-HV)
up to 28 current inputs for current clamps
(in conjunction with MDAQ-PQL-SUB-HV)
Internal 12.1" TFT display
(not supported with DEWE-561-PNA-4U28I)
System specifications
 MDAQ-AAF4-5-BU
 MDAQ-FILT-10-S1
 MDAQ-FILT-10
 MDAQ-FILT-5-BU-S1
 MDAQ-FILT-5-BE
 MDAQ-FILT-5-BU
 MDAQ-BASE-10
 MDAQ-BASE-5
  MDAQ-SUB-STG
  MDAQ-SUB-BRIDGE
  MDAQ-SUB-ACC-A-x
  MDAQ-SUB-ACC-x
  MDAQ-SUB-V-200
 MDAQ-V-100
 MDAQ-V-10
Channel 0 to 7
Channel 8 to 15
 DEWE-561-PNA
 MDAQ-DIRECT
DEWE-561
Channel 0 to 3:
Voltage inputs (VLX) with MDAQ-SUB-PQL-HV (U)
Channel 4 to 7:
Current inputs (ILX) with MDAQ-SUB-PQL-HV (I)
Voltage inputs (VLX) with MDAQ-SUB-PQL-HV (U)
 DEWE-561-PNA-4U12I: Channel 0 to 3:
Channel 4 to 15:
Current inputs (ILX) with MDAQ-SUB-PQL-HV (I)
Voltage inputs (VLX) with MDAQ-SUB-PQL-HV (U)
 DEWE-561-PNA-4U28I: Channel 0 to 3:
Channel 4 to 31:
Current inputs (IxLX) with MDAQ-SUB-PQL-HV (I)
Power supply:
300 W AC power supply (P1S-6300V)
Operating temperature:
discharging batteries
0 °C to +50 °C
charging batteries
0 °C to +45 °C
without batteries
-5 °C to +50 °C
Storage temperature:
-20 °C to +60 °C
Humidity (operating):
10 % to 90 %, non condensing
5 % to 95 %, rel. humidity
Vibration test*
Shape
EN 60068-2-6
Frequency range
(exceeds MIL-STD 810F
Acceleration
514.5 procedure I)
Sweep rate
Duration
Test in 3 directions
Vibration test*
Shape
EN 60721-3-2
Frequency range
Class 2M2
Power spectral density
Duration
Shape
Shocktests*
EN 60068-2-27
Acceleration amplitude
(Exceeds MIL-STD 810F
Duration
516.5 procedure I)
Test in 3 axis, 3 shocks in each axis and direction
approx. 360 x 300 x 150 mm (14.2 x 11.8 x 5.9 in.)
Dimensions: (W x D x H):
typ. 5 kg (11 lbs), depending on configuration
Weight:
*) tested with SSD disc.
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Dimensions*
295
147
14
347
* Dimensions in mm
(1 inch = 25.4 mm)
DEWE-561 at a glance
Typical DEWE-561 rear view
45 6
Typical DEWE-561 left side view
1
2
18
3
Connector overview:
7 8
1 Power supply connector
2Fuse
3 Power supply switch
4 USB interface connector
5 VGA connector
6 Ethernet LAN connector
7 PAD interface connector /
RS-232 interface connector (optional)
8 Digital I/O connector
Main System
Typical DEWE-561 with MDAQ-PQL-SUB-HV module (side view)
IL1
IL2
VL1 VL2 VL3 VN IL3
IN
Typical DEWE-561-PNA-4U28I with 7x MDAQ-PQL-SUB-HV module (top view)
IxLX
VLN
VL3
VL2
VL1
Connector overview:
VLx, VN - Voltage inputs
IxLx, IxN - Current inputs for current clamps
(Ampflex or direct current (5A)
Typical DEWE-561-PNA-4U12I side view
Connector overview:
ILX
VLx, VN - Voltage inputs
ILx, IN - Current inputs for current clamps
(Ampflex, voltage input)
VLX, VN
Note: The location of the connectors might vary from system to system and depends on configuration
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Power-on button
The power-on push button has to be used to switch on the system.
Power supply input connector
For details see chapter power supply.
EPAD connector (LEMO, optional)
To connect DEWETRON EPAD modules to the system.
1
4
2
3
Lemo EGG.1B.304
Pin assginment
1: RS-485 A
2: RS-485 B
3: +12 V
4:GND
Shield is connected on housing
USB interface connectors (Universal Serial Bus)
The USB interface connectors meets standard USB pin assignment.
Digital I/O connector
This connector supports the digital input and output lines of the built-in A/D board. If this board does not
support digital I/O’s, the connector is not available.
5 4 3 2 1
9 8 7 6
9-pin SUB-D connector (female)
CAUTION:
Schematic
Pin assignment
1: Digital IN 1 (max. 24 VDC)
2:n.c.
3:n.c.
4: Digital IN 2 (max. 24 VDC)
5:n.c.
6: Relais output (normally open)
7: Relais output (normally open)
8:n.c.
9:Common
Relais output: max. 60 V / 1 A AC!
PAD interface connector
The PAD interface connector offers the possibility to connect additional PAD modules to your DEWE-561.
5 4 3 2 1
9 8 7 6
9-pin SUB-D connector (female)
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Schematic
Pin assignment
1:n.c.
2:RS485-A
3:RS485-B
4:n.c.
5:n.c.
6:n.c.
7:n.c.
8: +12 V
9:GND
Main System
RS-232 interface connector (optional)
The RS-232 interface connector (female) is located on the rear panel of the DEWE-561. It is configured as
standard RS-232 interface COM 2 and can be used for mouse or other peripheral units.
Pin assignment
1: DCD (Data Carrier Detector)
2: RD (Received Data)
3: TD (Transmitted Data)
4: DTR (Data Terminal Ready)
5: GND (Ground)
6: DSR (Data Set Ready)
7: RTS (Request To Send)
8: CTS (Clear To Send)
9: RI (Ring Indicator)
5 4 3 2 1
9-pin SUB-D connector (female)
9 8 7 6
Schematic
Ethernet connector
The DEWE-561 system supports 10/100/1000 BaseT Ethernet with standard RJ45 connector.
RS-485 interface connector (optional)
The RS-485 interface connector (male) is located on the rear side of the DEWE-561. It meets standard RS485 pin assignment.
VGA connector
The VGA connector offers the possibility to connect a CRT or other standard VGA displays to the system.
This connector meets standard VGA pin assignment
Current connector for current clamps
7-pin AMPFLEX connector (male)
!
CAUTION:
Schematic
4
3
2
5
6
1
Pin assignment
1:
(+) Direct current 5A
2:
(-) Direct current 5A
3:
(+) AmpFLEX Input
4:
(-) AmpFLEX Input
5:
Internal use
6:
(+) Current clamp
GND: (-) Current clamp
GND
The Voltage input of the current connector is not isolated!
Do not use this for any shunt measurement!
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MDAQ series amplifiers overview
SUB Modules for MDAQ-BASE-x
#
Input type
CH
Module
MDAQ-SUB-STG-D
8
Connector: DB-9
Strain-gage (Full-, half and quarterbridge, incl. shunt calibration)
for strain gage application
MSI
V
MSI
MSI
MDAQ-SUB-BRIDGE-D
8
Connector: DB-9
V
MSI
MSI
MSI
MDAQ-SUB-V-200-D
8
Connector: DB-9
V
MSI
14 ranges from ±0.5 to 1000
mV/V (@ 5 VDC excitation
Voltage up to ±10 V
15 ranges from ±2.5 mV to ±10 V
ICP via MSI-BR-ACC
7 ranges from ±0.25 mV to ±10 V
Voltage up to 200 V via MSI-BR-V-200
6 ranges from ±10 to ±200 V
Thermocouple via MSI-BR-TH-x
full range of TC type
Pt100, Pt200, Pt500, Pt1000, Pt2000
-200 °C to 1000 °C
and resistance via MSI-BR-RTD
and 0 to 6.5 kOhm
Strain-gage (Full-, and half bridge)
for strain gage sensors
14 ranges from ±0.5 to 1000
mV/V (@ 5 VDC excitation
Voltage up to ±10 V
15 ranges from ±2.5 mV to ±10 V
ICP, via MSI-BR-ACC
7 ranges from ±0.25 mV to ±10 V
Voltage up to 200 V via MSI-BR-V-200
6 ranges from ±10 to ±200 V
Thermocouple via MSI-BR-TH-x
full range of TC type
Pt100, Pt200, Pt500, Pt1000, Pt2000
-200 °C to 1000 °C
and resistance via MSI-BR-RTD
and 0 to 6.5 kOhm
Voltage up to ±200 V
13 ranges from ±0.125 to ±200 V
ICP, via MSI-V-ACC
7 ranges from ±0.25 mV to ±10 V
Pt100, Pt200, Pt500, Pt1000, Pt2000
-200 °C to 1000 °C
and resistance via MSI-V-RTD
and 0 to 6.5 kOhm
TEDS



Bandwidth (BW),
Excitation
Highpass filters (HP)
BW: 30 kHz
0 to 12 VDC
BW: 30 kHz
+15 VDC and
HP: 0.16 Hz
0 to 12 VDC
BW: 300 kHz
±15 VDC and
0 to 12 VDC
Note:
for safety reasons, max. 120 VDC or 50 VAC are allowed at this connector
MSI
MDAQ-SUB-V-200-BNC
Ranges
8
Voltage up to ±200 V
13 ranges from ±0.125 to ±200 V
-
BW: 300 kHz
-

BW: 300 kHz
4 / 8 mA
Connector: BNC
V
MDAQ-SUB-ACC-BNC
Note:
for safety reasons, max. 120 VDC or 50 VAC are allowed at this connector
8
ICP® or voltage up to ±10 V
8 ranges from ±125 mV to ±10 V
Connector: BNC
HP: 3.4 Hz
Single-ended or differential input and one highpass filter
3.4 Hz highpass filter for noise and shock response measurement
MDAQ-SUB-ACC-BNC-S1

BW: 300 kHz
4 / 8 mA
HP: 0.16 Hz
0,16 Hz for structural and modal analysis, human body vibration measurement
(rest same as MDAQ-SUB-ACC-BNC)
MDAQ-SUB-ACC-A-BNC
8
ICP® or voltage up to ±10 V
8 ranges from ±125 mV to ±10 V

BW: 300 kHz
4 / 8 mA
HP: 0.16 Hz, 3.4 Hz
Connector: BNC
Single-ended input and two HP filters
0.16 Hz for structural and modal analysis, human body vibration measurement
3.4 Hz for noise and shock response measurement
MDAQ-SUB-ACC-A-MD
8
ICP® or voltage up to ±10 V
8 ranges from ±125 mV to ±10 V
Connector: Microdot
BW: 300 kHz
HP: 0.16 Hz, 3.4 Hz
Single-ended input, two HP filters and sensor failure detection
0.16 Hz for structural and modal analysis, human body vibration measurement
3.4 Hz for noise and shock response measurement
Option: test signal input for all channels
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
4 / 8 mA
Main System
Filter Modules for MDAQ
Module
# CH
MDAQ-AAF4-5-BU
16
Filter characteristics
Cutt-off frequencies
Butterworth
100 Hz, 1, 10, 30, 100 kHz,
Bypass
Order
4th order
Note: not possible in all system configurations.
Please contact factory for details.
MDAQ-FILT-5-BU
16
Butterworth
30, 100, 300 Hz, 1, 10 kHz,
Bypass
2nd order
MDAQ-FILT-5-BU-S1
16
Butterworth
100 Hz, 1, 10, 30, 100 kHz,
Bypass
2nd order
MDAQ-FILT-5-BE
16
Butterworth
30, 100, 300 Hz, 1, 10 kHz,
Bypass
2nd order
Modular smart interfaces to connect various sensors
Modular Smart Interfaces for DAQP / MDAQ modules, DEWE-43 and DEWE-101
MSI-BR-ACC
MDAQ-SUB-STG-D
MDAQ-SUBBRIDGE-D
MDAQ-SUB-V200-D
DAQP-STG-D
DAQP-LV-D
DEWE-43
DEWE-101


-

-


Isotron (constant current powered) adapter for MDAQ-SUB-BRIDGE / -STG modules with DB9 connector
Excitation current 4 mA at 21 V, High pass filter 1.5 Hz, BNC connector
Bandwidth and ranges are defined by connected amplifier
Automatic adapter identification
MSI-BR-V-200


-
-



200 V input adapter for MDAQ-SUB-BRIDGE / -STG modules with DB9 connector
Differential input configuration, BNC connector
Bandwidth and ranges are defined by connected amplifier
Automatic adapter identification
MSI-BR-RTD


-
not needed
-


Pt100, Pt200, Pt500, Pt1000 and Pt2000 adapter for MDAQ-SUB-BRIDGE / -STG modules with DB9 connector
2, 3 and 4 wire connection methods, 5-pin Binder 710 series connector
Automatic adapter identification
MSI-BR-CH-x


-
-



Charge input interface for DAQP-STG and MDAQ-SUB-BRIDGE / -STG with DB9 connector
Range up to 50000 pC, AC coupled with 0.07 Hz, BNC signal connection
Max. 100 kHz bandwidth (dependent on the max. bandwidth of the amplifier)
Automatic adapter identification
MSI-BR-TH-x


-
-

isolated TC sensor
any TC sensor


isolated TC sensor
Thermocouple type K / J / T adapter for DAQP-BRIDGE-x and MDAQ-SUB-BRIDGE / -STG modules with DB9 connector
For use with isolated thermocouple sensors only ! (except in combination with DAQP-BRIDGE-A*)
High accuracy cold junction reference measurement, 1 m thermo cable with Mini TC connector
Automatic adapter identification
MSI-V-ACC
-
-

-

-
-
Isotron (constant current powered) adapter for DAQP-LV and MDAQ-SUB-V-200 modules with DB9 connector
Excitation current 4 mA at 21 V, High pass filter 1.5 Hz, BNC connector
Bandwidth and ranges are defined by connected amplifier
Automatic adapter identification
MSI-V-RTD
-
-

-

-
-
Pt100, Pt200, Pt500 and Pt1000 adapter for DAQP-LV and MDAQ-SUB-V-200 modules with DB9 connector
2, 3 and 4 wire connection methods, 5-pin Binder 710 series connector
Automatic adapter identification
MSI-V-CH-50
-
-

-

-
-
Charge input interface for DAQP-LV, MDAQ-SUB-V-200 modules with DB9 connector
Range up to 50000 pC, AC coupled with 0.07 Hz, BNC signal connection
Max. 100 kHz bandwidth (dependent on the max. bandwidth of the amplifier)
Automatic adapter identification
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Main System
Power supply
300 W AC power supply
AC power supply
Input:
Rated input voltage:
Input frequency:
Max. input current:
Output:
Output power:
Output voltages:
24
300 W AC power supply (P1S-6300V)
100 to 240 VAC (max. 90 to 264 VAC)
47 .. 63 Hz
4.5 A @ 115 V / 2 A @ 230 V
300 W
+3.3 V (max. 17 A)
+5 V
(max. 18 A)
+12 V1 (max. 8 A)
+12 V2 (max. 16 A)
-12 V (max. 0.3 A)
+5 VSB (max. 2.5 A)
Software
DEWESoft™
DEWESoft ™
DEWESoft™ Software Turns our Hardware into a Powerful Data
Acquisition System
Our award-winning data acquisition package is second
to none when it comes to both pure recording power
and ease of use. Normally it is a difficult balancing act to
provide lots of capability and performance, without making the user interface cumbersome and hard to learn. But
with careful and innovative design, we have done exactly
that!
Key Features of DEWETRON systems running
DEWESoft ™
The software can act as a simple multi-meter or recorder
as well as a sophisticated combustion analyzer or power
analyzer. Or anything in between these extremes, like a
FFT analyzer, transient recorder, etc.
Powerful online data processing, MATH
functions, filters, statistics, reference curves
Over 10 years DEWESoft ™ evolved into a great data acquisition software and is Nr.1 in synchronous acquisition of
vastly different signals like analog, digital, CAN, GPS,
PCM, counter, video, etc. In 2010 with the release of
version 7, DEWESoft ™ takes a big step toward become a
very powerful data analysis tool for a wide range of test
& measurement applications. Since many years you can
utilize math channels in the measure mode for online calculations. Starting with version 7.0, captured data can be
re-calculated in the analyze mode using the large suite
of calculation (math) functions available in the measure
mode. This eliminates the CPU performance limitations and
Analog, digital or CAN data output; powerful
function generator, alarms, CAN messages
Fast and easy setup
Perfect sync of vastly different signals like
analog, digital, counter, CAN, XCP, GPS, Video,
ARINC, 1553, etc.
Attractive online display of all kind of data,
creation of displays is a matter of seconds
Build test procedures in a form of workflow
diagram by means of sequencer
Fast data analysis, reload GByte files in
seconds
Post processing, large suite of calculation
(math) functions
thus provides unlimited offline calculation power.
Example: Performing a 10 order notch filter on 128 channels being sampled at 200 kS/s each. This is not possible online. But in analyze mode it´s easy. Simply record the data and then filter it afterwards (math functions
are non-destructive, i.e., they do not affect the raw channels).
th
Another important new feature is the sequencer which provides a way to automate test procedures.
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DEWESoft™
Hardware Support
DEWESoft ™ supports DEWETRON hardware cards as well as some third-party cards, like Spectrum cards for
transient recording. Multiple cards of the same family are supported for high channel counts.
There is also a huge range of DEWETRON signal conditioners which are all perfectly implemented into the software.
Besides the analog inputs DEWESoft ™ supports the digital I/Os, counters and CAN interfaces of DEWETRON
hardware.
To acquire video streams in sync with the analog data there is a selection of DEWE-CAM cameras.
Further bus systems like PCM telemetry, XCP, ARINC, 1553, etc. are supported, too. DEWETRON offers the appropriate hardware for all of these.
For position and speed measurements there is a choice of high performance DEWE-VGPS sensors. Or use lowcost sensor which is NMEA compatible for simple position plotting and mapping applications.
DAQx modules
DEWE-ORION A/D cards
Sensor Database and TEDS (Technical Electronic Data Sheet)
The DEWESoft ™ data acquisition software suite was
developed especially for measurement technicians, thus
simple sensor “connection” is a major topic. Basic settings like sensor setup are easily done. TEDS technology of newer sensors is supported on both the hardware
and software side, so that all settings follow automatically, preventing user errors and saving a huge amount
of time. For sensors without TEDS, there are numerous
options for manual scaling as well as an integrated sensor database to make settings as efficient as possible.
Video Recording
A camera is a perfect sensor for many applications and a lot
of people like to use it in their data acquisition. Video is a
useful test documentation, providing a visual record of the
test conditions and setup. I can also be used for more indepth analysis, as you can imagine. There is nothing quite
like seeing your data replayed with synchronized video –
this DEWETRON innovation provides a whole new level of
context and understanding of your test data than you could
ever imagine.
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DEWESoft™
3D Graph
In the properties panel there is a function that allows you to edit the properties
of the selected display, and to create new displays, and rearrange them. You
can rename any display, and select a different icon for it. Of course you can
add sub-displays to any main display.
Display Screens
One of the most powerful and yet easy
creation of displays. Of course a few
Oscilloscope, FFT, Meters, Bars, 2D and
But this is only the beginning. You simply
ing to the needs of specific test.
to use aspect of DEWESoft ™ is the
standard displays like Recorders,
3D graphs, etc. are built-in for you.
can create custom displays accord-
Project Setup
The project files setup the measurement instruments in seconds including
complete hardware setup, measurement configuration, and sensor calibration.
Since DEWESoft version 7 you can create “Projects” at the hardware setup
screen level, where each project contains all of the settings for any hardware
that you own. You can have an unlimited number of hardware setups, which
you can freely name and edit. When you start DEWESoft 7, it will automatically load the last hardware setup that you used, of course … but if you have
changed the hardware, you can simply choose a different project from the
“Settings” menu, and a completely different hardware setup will be loaded.
Even when using the same hardware, projects allows using different folders
for setup, data and exported files. So you can create John and George projects for different users and work
without interfering or you can create e.g. Road-Load and DSA projects for different tasks.
Recording
You can control recording as simple as pressing the START,
STORE and STOP buttons. But there are also versatile trigger
options to e.g. only store data if a trigger event occurs or to
store at a slow rate usually but store at a fast rate at a trigger
event with definable pre- and post times.
There is a large suite of calculation (math) functions which
can be applied to any channels.
Analyze – Replay, Re-calculate, Export
In Analyze mode you can replay any captured data file, zoom
in, make cursor measurements, print reports and export the
data to a wide variety of formats, like Flexpro, Excel, Matlab,
Diadem and many more.
Since version 7 all the powerful math functions such as
math formulas, filtering, statistics, power analysis, frequency
response function, order tracking, torsional vibration, engine
combustion analysis, sound analysis, human vibration analysis, and others can also be applied off-line to captured data.
So you can simply store the raw data and do all the processing off-line, on any computer, anywhere. This allows you to
work with the data as you were at the test bench or on the
proving ground.
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DEWESoft™
Notes
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A/D Conversion
A/D & D/A Conversion
A/D Conversion
Please find information about the A/D conversion in the attached DEWE-ORION series manual.
The latest version of the manual can be downloaded from:
http://download.dewetron.com/dl/components/adboards
Informations regarding different manufacturer's see the corresponding D/A card manual.
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Internal Wiring
Internal Wiring
Please find information about the MDAQ amplifiers in the attached DEWE-MDAQ series manual. The latest
version of the manual can be downloaded from:
http://download.dewetron.com/dl/products/signal/mdaq
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CE-Certificate of conformity
CE-Certificate of conformity
Manufacturer:
DEWETRON Elektronische Messgeraete Ges.m.b.H.
Address: Parkring 4
A-8074 Graz-Grambach Austria
Tel.: +43 316 3070 0
Fax: +43 316 3070 90
e-mail: [email protected]
http://www.dewetron.com
DEWE-561
Name of product:
Kind of product:
Data acquisition instrument
The product meets the regulations of the following EC-directives:
73/23/EEC
"Directive on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to
electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits amended by
the directive 93/68/EEC"
89/336/EEC
"Directive on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to
electromagnetic compatibility amended by the directives 91/263/EEC, 92/31/
EEC, 93/68/EEC and 93/97/EEC
The accordance is proved by the observance of the following standards:
L
V
E
M
C
Safety
IEC/EN 61010-1:1992/93
IEC/EN 61010-2-031
IEC 61010-1:1992/300 V CATIII Pol. D. 2
IEC 1010-2-031
Emissions
EN 61000-6-4
EN 55011 Class B
Immunity
EN 61000-6-2
Group standard
Graz, April 28, 2010
Place / Date of the CE-marking
Dipl.-Ing. Roland Jeutter / Managing director
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