DeweTechnical-Refere..
test & Measurement Solutions
technical Reference Guide
automotive
power & Energy
aerospace
transportation
General t & M
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Table of Contents
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System architecture................................................... 12
DEWE2 definitions.. .................................................... 14
Advantages.. .............................................................. 15
Synchronization......................................................... 18
Overview................................................................... 20
A-series
F-series
20
31
All-In-One Instruments
Front-ends
Overview................................................................... 20
Overview................................................................... 31
DEWE2-A4................................................................. 24
DEWE2-F4s................................................................ 32
DEWE2-A7................................................................. 26
DEWE2-F7s................................................................ 32
DEWE2-A13.. .............................................................. 26
DEWE2-F13s.............................................................. 32
DEWE2-F18.. .............................................................. 34
M-series
TRION™
35
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Mainframes
Overview................................................................... 22
DEWE2-M4.. ............................................................... 24
DEWE2-M4s............................................................... 28
DEWE2-M7s............................................................... 28
DEWE2-M13s............................................................. 28
series
TRION™ series modules............................................ 35
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
High speed
data transfer and
synchronization
Front-ends
A/D conversion
Signal Conditioning
Filtering
Components
Flexible
Signal conditioning
connectorpanel
Software
Sensor
DEWE2
DEWE2 - Modular DAQ Systems
DEWE2-M13.. ............................................................. 30
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Dedicated
Instruments
Front-ends
47
133
USB Devices with 24 bit Resolution........................... 137
USB Devices with 16 bit Resolution........................... 139
Dynamic Signal Analyzer Instruments......................... 51
ECARD/PCI Series..................................................... 141
Combustion Analyzer Instruments.............................. 55
DEWE-NET Devices.. .................................................. 145
ADAS Testing Systems............................................... 57
FS (Functional Safety) Systems.................................. 61
Road Load Data Instruments.. .................................... 65
Ride and Handling Instruments.................................. 67
Transient Recorder Instruments.. ................................ 69
High speed Video and Data Streaming.. ..................... 73
Signal
Conditioning
Function Generator Instruments................................. 75
Power Measurement Instruments............................... 77
Power Fault Recording Instruments.. .......................... 81
Power Network Analyzer Instruments.. ........................ 85
149
E-Mobility Instruments.. .............................................. 89
Chassis
Instruments
All-In-One Instruments
DEWE-30 .................................................................. 153
95
158
DEWE-2600.. .............................................................. 99
Analog Isolation Amplifiers
DEWE-5000.. .............................................................. 103
HSI Series Modules................................................... 159
DEWE-3020.. .............................................................. 107
DAQP Series Modules.. .............................................. 168
DEWE-1201.. .............................................................. 111
PAD Series Modules.................................................. 185
DEWE-571.. ................................................................ 113
DEWE-901.. ................................................................ 115
Mainframes
117
Differential Amplifiers
191
Selection Guide......................................................... 192
MDAQ Series Modules............................................... 194
DEWE-800.. ................................................................ 121
DEWE-510.. ................................................................ 123
DEWE-501.. ................................................................ 127
DEWE-211.. ................................................................ 131
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DEWE-808.. ................................................................ 283
DEWE-818 . ............................................................... 283
EPAD2/CPAD2 Modules............................................. 213
Selection Guide......................................................... 215
Accessories & Equipment
285
Accessories.. ............................................................. 285
Components
Mobile Displays......................................................... 287
DEWE-CLOCK............................................................ 289
A/D Boards
223
Front-ends
Interface Cards.......................................................... 291
software
Selection Guide......................................................... 231
ORION Series............................................................ 232
M2I Series................................................................. 257
AD Series.................................................................. 258
293
DEWESoft™.. .............................................................. 295
FlexPro...................................................................... 307
Sensors
259
DEWE-CAM-FW-70.. .................................................... 259
DEWE-CAM-GIGE-120................................................ 260
Infrared Camera Data Acquisition.. ............................. 261
High-speed Video ..................................................... 265
DEWE-VGPS-HSC....................................................... 267
DEWE-VGPS-HS......................................................... 268
Encoder.. ................................................................... 269
Tape Sensor.. ............................................................. 270
Tacho Probe.............................................................. 271
Signal Conditioning
CAN and RS-485 Modules
213
Dedicated Instruments
DEWE-5008 . ............................................................. 281
Instruments
DEWE-2608.. .............................................................. 279
Components
Selection Guide......................................................... 204
Industrial PCs
277
Software
Modular Smart Interfaces
204
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Table of Contents
DEWE-Crankangle-CPU.............................................. 272
High Precision Current Transducers.. ......................... 273
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Company Profile
DEWEtrON company Profile
DEWETRON Ges.m.b.H. with its headquarters in Graz /
Austria was founded in 1989 and today is a market leading
provider of test and measurement systems. With more than
200 employees in more than 25 countries around the world,
we offer products and service for demanding test and measurement applications.
DEWETRON develops, manufactures, and distributes highprecision PC based systems with robust housings for
portable and laboratory use. The scalability, modularity
and innovative platform technology of the hardware and
software allow the systems to be deployed in almost all areas of research and development. Test and measurement
engineers and technicians from many well known companies rely on our 20 years expertise. All over the world,
around 230.000 measurement channels and more than 10.000 systems are in permanent operation in Automotive,
Energy & Power, Aerospace & Defense, Transportation, as well as in General Test & Measurement applications.
DEWETRON is part of the AUGUSTA Technologie AG located in Munich.
automotive
power & Energy
aerospace
transportation
General t & M
In shortest Time to highest Quality Test and Measurement Data
DEWETRON systems help users to produce highest quality test and measurement data in shortest time. Both, our
hardware and software are optimized to support this general target. How?
The hardware offers vastly different signal inputs like analog, digital, counter/encoder, video, GPS and various bus
systems like CAN bus which are all recorded perfectly synchronized. Thus data analysis can be done very easily.
Additionally a picture paints a thousand pieces of data. Of course sensor connection is matched to practical needs,
that´s why we offer various connector options for most inputs.
The software contributes by its ease of use and powerful features. Setup of the amplifiers is a matter of a few clicks
and sensors can either be automatically setup by TEDS or chosen from a sensor database. You can record as easily
as pressing the STORE button, or as elaborately as having separate – even multiple – triggers on each input channel. Once data are stored, press ANALYZE and you can replay it to the screen as easily as replaying a movie, with
PLAY controls. Cursors can be used to zoom in and inspect specific areas of interest. In a matter of seconds nice
looking reports can be printed. If you are using 3rd party analysis software you are also well served, export of the
whole recording or just the interesting part to many different file formats is supported. So you can e.g. keep your
Excel ® spreadsheets.
Mixed signal measurement
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Online data evaluation
Combustion measurement on
engine test stand
Analysis of measurement results
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Company Profile
Quality
DEWE2
Our commitment to Total Quality Management is based on the understanding of what is important for the success of our customers. It starts
with the definition of the technical specification, covers the development, production, quality control, shipment, and ends with support and
service of our systems during operation.
We take quality very seriously! That is why we have our own environmental test facilities in our building in Austria, where all DEWETRON
products are tested repeatedly at several stages. Prototypes are tested
for EMC, EMI, RFI, temperature extremes, shock and vibration. This
helps us identify and correct problems before we start production.
Each revision is tested until the DEWETRON quality standards are met.
In addition if traceability is required we use certified labs for even more
robust and compliance testing.
Total Quality Management
Shaketest procedure
DAQ module assembling
Precision in all components
Production of instruments
Components
Extensive temperature tests (-40 to +70 °C)
Software
EMI tests according to
CE and other standards
Signal Conditioning
Front-ends
We have established a Quality Management framework that defines processes and assures the proper execution.
It incorporates the responsibility of our employees and enables efficient execution across all parts of our global
organization.
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
DEWETRON is ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2009 certified.
Environmental and quality management is more than just a compliance
issue for us; it is an integral part of our business operations.
System assembling
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Training
Training is offered on demand or at regular intervals. We run training centers at DEWETRON Ges.m.b.H in Graz/
Austria and at DEWETRON Inc. located in Rhode Island, USA. At both locations there is a nice training facility and
class sizes are limited in order to preserve the quality of the presentation. Engineers and technicians from many
well-known companies participated our classes.
The trainings help users to stay up to date on the latest
enhancements and updates as well as become more
effective utilizing their DEWETRON systems. The trainings cover effectively using the DEWETRON hardware
with DEWESoft software for a wide range of measurement applications. Sub-topics include instrument
setup, sensor connection as well as digging into math
modules, triggers, filtering, shock, vibe, pressure, displacement, stress, strain, video, GPS and more.
Of course onsite training is offered, too.
DEWE-ACADEMY
In the DEWE-ACADEMY single or multi-day events are offered. We teach the
practical application of our measurement systems, based on the relevant theory.
The seminars cover various application areas for engineers with different levels
of knowledge - from “newbie” to “expert”. Practical exercises and high interactivity with the trainers ensure the lasting learning success and the suitability for
daily use. The course language is GERMAN and courses take place in Austria or
Germany. For English courses please contact us directly.
AcADEMY
Calibration
DEWETRON maintains two top-notch calibration facilities with
the same equipment: one at our worldwide headquarters in
Austria, and another one at DEWETRON USA in Rhode Island.
Our cal lab is based on the Fluke 5500 series calibrator, and
we run the METCAL calibration system, which allows us to
automate nearly every process.
For customers running their own calibration lab we offer a
calibration hardware kit (CAL-KIT) and METCAL
software procedures.
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Software
Components
Signal Conditioning
Front-ends
DEWE2
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
DEWE2
Automotive
Energy & Power Analysis
Aerospace & Defense
Tr a n s p o r t a t i o n
G e n e r a l Te s t & M e a s u r e m e n t
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A-series (All-in-One)
Overview.......................................................... 20
DEWE2-A4........................................................ 24
DEWE2-A7........................................................ 26
DEWE2-A13.. ..................................................... 26
M-series (Mainframes)
Overview.......................................................... 22
DEWE2-M4.. ...................................................... 24
DEWE2-M4s...................................................... 28
DEWE2-M7s...................................................... 28
DEWE2
DEWE2-M13s.................................................... 28
DEWE2-M13.. .................................................... 30
F-series (Front-ends)
Overview.......................................................... 31
DEWE2-F4s....................................................... 32
DEWE2-F7s....................................................... 32
DEWE2-F13s..................................................... 32
DEWE2-F18.. ..................................................... 34
TRION™ series modules................................... 35
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Components
Signal Conditioning
Front-ends
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
Modular Data Acquisition Systems
DEWE2
DEWE2
Series Modules
Software
DEWE2
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DEWE2 System Architecture
System Architecture
High spee d data inter face
Data Acquisition Module Sensor
Flexible
connectorpanel
Signal conditioning
Filtering
A/D conversion
High speed
data transfer and
synchronization
User exchangeable TRION™ modules
Binary / counter / timer modules
Bus interface modules
Analog signal conditioning modules
Timing / sync modules
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Controlling and Analysis
DEWE2-A series
All-in-one
easy-to-use
DEWE2-M series
Mainframes
powerful online or offline data
processing
DEWE2-F series
Front-Ends
attractive online displays
full hardware control
fast data analysis
post processing and/or export to
many file formats
simple reports
Components
One software for all
Software
Wide range of housings
Signal Conditioning
Front-ends
Instruments
Housing and Storage
Dedicated Instruments
DEWE2
DEWE2 System Architecture
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DEWE2 Definitions
A-series
All-in-one instruments
Most compact, includes powerful i7 computer, brilliant
display and keyboard, touchpad.
Most convenient for all mobile applications like inspecting facilities, rotating machines, test stands, power
generators, electrical machines, buildings, vehicles,
aircrafts, trains, and anything else.
M-series
Mainframes
Like the A-series but without display; keyboard and pointing device are included loose.
Very popular for applications where the instrument is
installed in a poorly visible place for the user (e.g. in a
car the instrument is often installed in the leg area of the
passenger seat but the driver needs to see the screen) or
laboratory applications and test rigs.
F-series
Front-ends
F-series units don´t have a built-in computer but supply
measurement data over a robust high-speed PCI Express
bus. Multiple units can be daisy-chained.
One popular application is to use F-series devices with a
laptop computer for mobile applications.
The second use of F-series devices is to expand A or M
series instruments.
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DEWE2 Advantages
Digital signals like static, counters, encoders
Digital
Bus system
Bus systems like CAN-bus, FlexRay™, XCP
GPS
GPS
Video cameras (hardware synchronized)
Video
Sensor system
Major sensor systems like Kistler RoaDyn ® 2000 wheel
force transducers or GeneSys ADMA INS/GPS system
Your advantage:
SYNC-CLOCK™ enables reduction of
editing and analysis times by up to 50 %.
At the same time, the quality of the analysis results
can be improved by a factor of 5 – 10.
User exchangeable modules
SYNC
Dedicated Instruments
Analog
Analog signals like acceleration, temperature,
strain, pressure, force, voltage, etc.
DEWETRON INSTRUMENT
Instruments
LOCK™
SYNinCsid-C
e
RECORDING
DEWETRONs unique SYNC-CLOCK™ technology
ensures synchronized recording of
DEWE2
SYNC-CLOCK™ technology
Add modules at any time;
analog, digital, CAN, time code, sync, etc.
Reconfigure your DEWE2 system in minutes
by changing TRION™ modules
Rugged PXI-compatible interface for high reliability
Your advantage:
Enables optimal utilization of your DEWE2 instrument
Secures your investment
Input connectors to match your sensors
All TRION™ modules have a factory-exchangeable connector panel
Some types of TRION™ modules are already available
with different input connectors
Customized connector panels can be offered to match your sensors
Your advantage:
Your sensors can keep their cables
and can still be used with existing systems
Signal Conditioning
Use modules of different sampling speed
and resolution in one chassis
Components
Use isolated inputs and differential inputs at the same time
Software
Mix any TRION™ modules to perfectly match
your sensor setup
Front-ends
Enjoy maximum flexibility
Safes a lot of money when the quantity of sensors is high
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DEWE2 Advantages
High channel density
The basic consideration for DEWE2 chassis
is a height of 4 U (~177 mm or ~7 in.)
TRION™ modules are made for optimal utilization of that space
The size of input connectors limits the channel count per module
A single 4 U chassis can hold up to 144 analog inputs
Systems are scalable from six to thousands of channels
Your advantage:
The small size and the low weight of portable systems
enable simple and cheap transportation
In high channel-count applications more than 1000
channels can be fitted into a single 19” cabinet
Self test and calibration port
Most TRION™ modules offer self-test functionality
A calibration port is available for efficient calibration
of high channel-count systems
Sensors don't need to be disconnected during calibration
calibratio
n
Your advantage:
por
t
Confidence in measurement results,
robust high-quality data are ensured
Significant time savings at calibration of
high channel-count systems
SuperCounter™
Perfectly synchronized to analog and all other inputs
Accepts any signal wave form, trigger level from 0 to 50 V
3 modes: event counting, waveform timing and sensor input
Counter/encoder inputs of TRION™ modules are phase
synchronized. Refering to the diagram, you can see that a
standard counter is always a sample behind. With software
interpolation you can get closer, but only DEWETRONs
advanced technology is both, fully phase AND amplitude
corrected.
ADC-clock
Counter input
Ideal counting
Your advantage:
Efficiency: no sensor output-signal adaption required,
single cable connection including power supply
Reduction of analysis time
due to synchronized recording
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SuperCounter™
Software interpolation
Standard counter
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DEWE2 Advantages
Highest precision ever
Internal buffer battery
TRION™ series modules easily take it on with all
similar products on the market
Supply voltage drops up to 10 minutes are bridged by
an internal buffer battery
typical
Board Voltage [V]
voltage
curve when
you start
a car
Have had enough of ground loops?
Need more battery time?
Isolated power supply
Fully battery powered
Maximum safety
Hot-swappable batteries for continuous operation
without an external power source for hours.
Removable hard disk / SSD
We protect your critical data by using most reliable
SLC solid state disks only (no consumer SSD!)
The perfect way to protect your data, and also to
work easily within classified data environments.
Concerned about vibrations?
Respectful of system restore?
High shock and vibration rating
Recovery inside
DEWE2 instruments are tested for high shock and
vibration resistance according international standards
An internal dedicated SATA SSD drive stores the factory settings at time of shipment. Total recovery is
possible quickly, everywhere at any time and without
any external media
Signal Conditioning
Your data
Components
Safety of classified data?
Software
What’s most valuable?
Front-ends
Instruments
No interference between instrument and test object
DEWE2
Voltage drops disturb your measurement?
Dedicated Instruments
Demand for greater accuracy?
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DEWE2 Synchronization
SYNC it all!
To create high channel count systems or for distributed measurements DEWE2 instruments support multiple synchronization options. A special feature is the perfectly hardware synchronized
video acquisition since also for data analysis the slogan ”a picture is worth a thousand words” is
true.
Synchronization of multiple DEWE2 systems via Sync-cable
Sync via TRION™ modules
To use TRION-BASE or TRION-TIMING modules for synchronization of multiple units is the most convenient and
easiest way.
Example:
WLAN
Two instruments synchronized via
TRION-BASE modules
(multiple units possible)
DEWE2-A4
with TRION-BASE module
DEWE2-M7s
with TRION-BASE module
User installation possible
Sync up to 1000 meters (IRIG DC, cable length delay compensation)
Example: Three instruments synchronized via TRION-TIMING modules (multiple units possible)
DEWE2-A13
with TRION-TIMING module
DEWE2-M13s
with TRION-TIMING module
DEWE2-M7s
with TRION-TIMING module
Sync up to 100 meters via TRION-SYNC-BUS
Sync via chassis options
These options do not block a module slot but need to be
factory installed at time of initial order.
Two DEWE2-A4 with
option DW2-SYNC
Two instruments synchronized via DW2-SYNC option.
Factory installation only
Sync up to 100 meters via TRION-SYNC-BUS
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DEWE2 Synchronization
IRIG
Two instruments synchronized
to absolute IRIG time
Instruments
IRIG SOURCE
Dedicated Instruments
There are 2 ways how to synchronize DEWE2 instruments very accurately to absolute time. Both, GPS time and IRIG
time, enable execution of synchronized distributed measurements over unlimited distances. Each instrument (or
array of instruments) must be connected to the time-code via a TRION-TIMING module.
DEWE2
Synchronization to GPS or IRIG time-code
GPS
VIDEO-SYNC
Hardware synchronized video of up to 200 frames per second
(camera clocked by DEWE2 instrument):
accurate per sample, no delay
Software synchronized low-cost video (USB or PAL/NTSC cameras):
optimized low latency, known delay of USB camera can be compensated
DEWE2-A4 with option
DW2-FIREWIRE-1 and
TRION-BASE module
DEWE-CAM
SYNC
Software
Components
High speed video up to 500 000 frames per second:
online sync for Photron cameras, post-sync for any high-speed .avi file.
Signal Conditioning
Front-ends
Two instruments
synchronized via GPS
FireWire connection up to 5 meters
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A-series
DEWE2 All-in-One Instruments
DEWE2
All-In-One
Instruments
DEWE2-A4
DEWE2-A7
4
7
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Ethernet
Ethernet
Ethernet
EPAD2
CPAD2 via TRION-CAN
EPAD2
CPAD2 via TRION-CAN
EPAD2
CPAD2 via TRION-CAN
Removable Solid State Disk (SLC type)
Hard disk
Hard disk
32 GB (up to 256 GB)
1 TB
1 TB
1 day
35 days
35 days
Typ. 40 MB/s
Typ. 90 MB/s
Typ. 90 MB/s
Display
13“ (1280 x 800)
17“ (1920 x 1080)
17“ (1920 x 1080)
Processor
Intel® Core™ i7
Intel® Core™ i7
Intel® Core™ i7
10 to 36 VDC (isolated);
incl. external AC power supply
95 to 260 VAC
add internal buffer battery
for ~ 10 min. operation and/or
DW2-UPS-150-DC (ext. battery pack)
Battery powered, 3 battery slots ,
3 batt. for ~2 hours operation included,
incl. external AC power supply,optional
external DC power supply
Battery powered, 3 battery slots 3),
3 batt. for ~2 hours operation included,
incl. external AC power supply,optional
external DC power supply
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with
prewarmed unit
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with
prewarmed unit
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with
prewarmed unit
Slots for TRION™ acquisition modules
Dynamic channel expansion
Quasi-static channel expansion
DEWE2-A13
Data storage 1)
Technology
Capacity
Typ. duration of recording
(16 ch. / 10 kS/s/ch. / 16 bit)
Gap free storing rate 2)
Main system 1)
Power supply
Standard
Optional
95 to 260 VAC
3)
Environmental
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Sine vibration (EN 60068-2-6)
Shock (EN 60028-2-27)
Random vibration (EN 60721-3-2)
-20 to +70 °C
-20 to +70 °C
-20 to +70 °C
10 to 80 % non cond.,
5 to 95 % rel. humidity
10 to 80 % non cond.,
5 to 95 % rel. humidity
10 to 80 % non cond.,
5 to 95 % rel. humidity
20 m/s²
20 m/s²
20 m/s²
30 g
15 g
15 g
Class 2M3
Class 2M2
Class 2M2
318 x 253 x 128 mm
(12.5 x 10 x 5 in.)
450 x 246 x 303 mm
(17.7 x 9.7 x 11.9 in.)
450 x 246 x 303 mm
(17.7 x 9.7 x 11.9 in.)
Typ. 5.9 kg (13 lb.)
Typ. 14 kg (31 lb.)
Typ. 15 kg (33 lb.)
Dimensions
Dimensions (W x D x H)
(without handle)
Weight without TRION™ modules
Please find current specifications in the latest price list
2)
Depending on configuration (performance is different if e.g. Video data are involved and 2 or more files are written in parallel)
3)
Weight of one battery: 660 g (1.45 lb.)
1)
DEWE2-A4 with
Removable Solid State Disk
DEWE2-A7
DEWE2-A13
DW2-UPS-150-DC
The hot-swappable
batteries guarantee
continuous operation without an external power source.
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F-series
DEWE2 Front Ends
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Main system
Main frame bandwidth
Upstream interface (to host)
120 MB/sec
120 MB/sec
120 MB/sec
120 MB/sec
PCI Express X1
PCI Express X1
PCI Express X1
PCI Express X1
optional
optional
PCI Express X1
Downstream interface
-
Express card 34, 1 m cable (optional 3 m or 7 m)
optional PCI Express X1 card
Host PC interface
Power supply Standard
100 to 240 VAC
100 to 240 VAC
100 to 240 VAC
95 to 260 VAC
Optional power supply
10..36 VDC isolated,
optional with buffer battery
for ~ 10 min.
10..36 VDC isolated,
optional with buffer battery
for ~ 10 min.
Redundant AC power supply
Redundant AC power supply
Dimensions (W x D x H)
177 x 230 x 177mm (4 u)
(7 x 9.1 x 7 in.)
without feet
258 x 230 x 177 mm (4 u)
(10.2 x 9.1 x 7 in.)
without feet
441 x 230 x 177 mm (4 u)
(17.4 x 9.1 x 7 in.)
without feet
441 x 427 x 177 mm (4 u)
(17.4 x 16.8 x 7 in.)
without feet
Typ. 3.9 kg (8.6 lb.)
Typ. 4.9 kg (10.8 lb.)
Typ. 8 kg (17.6 lb.)
typ. 12.0 kg (26.4 lb.)
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C
with prewarmed unit
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C
with prewarmed unit
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C
with prewarmed unit
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C
with prewarmed unit
Weight
Environmental specifications
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
-20 to +70 °C
-20 to +70 °C
-20 to +70 °C
-20 to +70 °C
10 to 80 % non cond.,
5 to 95 % rel. humidity
10 to 80 % non cond.,
5 to 95 % rel. humidity
10 to 80 % non cond.,
5 to 95 % rel. humidity
10 to 80 % non cond.,
5 to 95 % rel. humidity
20 m/s²
20 m/s²
20 m/s²
20 m/s²
30 g
30 g
15 g
15 g
Class 2M3
Class 2M3
Class 2M2
Class 2M2
Sine vibration (EN 60068-2-6)
Shock (EN 60028-2-27)
Random vibration (EN 60721-3-2)
1)
Please find current specifications in the latest price list
DEWE2-F4s
DEWE-818
DEWE2-A4 with option
DW2-LINK-PCIE-1-S
TRION-SYNC-bus
PCIe connection up to 7 meters
DEWE2-F7s with option
DW2-LINK-PCIE-2-S
DEWE2-F18
SYNC
PCIe
PCIe
PCIe connection up to 7 meters
DEWE2-F18
Dedicated Instruments
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Instruments
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1)
Front-ends
DEWE2-F18
Signal Conditioning
DEWE2-F13s
Components
DEWE2-F7s
Software
DEWE2-F4s
Slots for TRION™
acquisition modules
DEWE2
DEWE2 Front End
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M-series
DEWE2 Mainframes
DEWE2 Mainframes
DEWE2-M4
Slots for TRION™ acquisition modules
DEWE2-M4s
4
4
Ethernet
Ethernet
EPAD2
CPAD2 via TRION-CAN
EPAD2
CPAD2 via TRION-CAN
Removable Solid State Disk (SLC type)
Solid State Disk (SLC type)
32 GB (up to 256 GB)
32 GB (up to 256 GB)
1 day
1 day
Typ. 40 MB/s
Typ. 40 MB/s
no display
MOB-DISP-12-A recommended
no display
MOB-DISP-12-A recommended
Intel® Core™ i7
Intel® Core™ i7
Standard
10 to 36 VDC (isolated);
incl. external AC power supply
10 to 36 VDC (isolated);
incl. external AC power supply
Optional
add internal buffer battery
for ~ 10 min. operation and/or
DW2-UPS-150-DC (ext. battery pack)
add internal buffer battery
for ~ 10 min. operation
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with prewarmed unit
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with prewarmed unit
Dynamic channel expansion
Quasi-static channel expansion
Data storage 1)
Technology
Capacity
Typ. duration of recording
(16 ch. / 10 kS/s/ch. / 16 bit)
Gap free storing rate
2)
Main system 1)
Display
Processor
Power supply
Environmental
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Sine vibration (EN 60068-2-6)
Shock (EN 60028-2-27)
-20 to +70 °C
-20 to +70 °C
10 to 80 % non cond.,
5 to 95 % rel. humidity
10 to 80 % non cond.,
5 to 95 % rel. humidity
20 m/s²
20 m/s²
30 g
30 g
Class 2M3
Class 2M3
Dimensions (W x D x H)
(without handle)
318 x 253 x 108 mm
(12.5 x 10 x 4.3 in.)
177 x 230 x 177 mm (4 u)
(7 x .9.1 x 7 in.) without feet
Weight without TRION™ modules
Typ. 3.9 kg (8.6 lb.)
Typ. 3.9 kg (8.6 lb.)
Random vibration (EN 60721-3-2)
Dimensions
Please find current specifications in the latest price list
2)
Depending on configuration (performance is different if e.g. Video data are involved and 2 or more files are written in parallel)
3)
Weight of one battery: 660 g (1.45 lb.)
1)
DEWE2-M7s
DW2-UPS-150-DC
The hot-swappable batteries
guarantee continuous
operation without external
power source
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RS-232
DC Power
DEWE2-M13
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DEWE2
DEWE2 Mainframes
EPAD2
CPAD2 via TRION-CAN
EPAD2
CPAD2 via TRION-CAN
EPAD2
CPAD2 via TRION-CAN
Solid State Disk (SLC type)
Solid State Disk (SLC type)
Hard disk (plus two 3,5“ bays)
32 GB (up to 256 GB)
32 GB (up to 256 GB)
1 TB
1 day
1 day
35 days
Typ. 40 MB/s
Typ. 40 MB/s
Typ. 80 MB/s
no display
MOB-DISP-12-A recommended
no display
MOB-DISP-12-A recommended
no display
Intel Core™ i7
Intel Core™ i7
Intel® Core™ i7
10 to 36 VDC (isolated);
incl. external AC power supply
10 to 36 VDC (isolated);
incl. external AC power supply
95 to 260 VAC
add internal buffer battery
for ~ 10 min. operation
add internal buffer battery
for ~ 5 min. operation
Redundant AC power supply
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with prewarmed unit
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with prewarmed unit
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with prewarmed unit
®
-20 to +70 °C
-20 to +70 °C
-20 to +70 °C
10 to 80 % non cond.,
5 to 95 % rel. humidity
10 to 80 % non cond.,
5 to 95 % rel. humidity
10 to 80 % non cond.,
5 to 95 % rel. humidity
20 m/s²
20 m/s²
20 m/s²
30 g
30 g
15 g
Class 2M3
Class 2M3
Class 2M2
258 x 230 x 177 mm (4 u)
(10.2 x 9.1 x 7 in.) without feet
441 x 230 x 177 mm (4 u)
(17.4 x 9.1 x 7 in.) without feet
441 x 427 x 177 mm (4 u)
(17.4 x 16.8 x 7 in.) without feet
Typ. 4.9 kg (10.8 lb.)
Typ. 13.0 kg (28.6 lb.)
Typ. 13.0 kg (28.6 lb.)
DEWE2-M13-MK
19“ mounting kit for the
DEWE2-M13 series, 4U
MOB-DISP-12-A
Very rugged
external display
Dedicated Instruments
Ethernet
Instruments
Ethernet
Front-ends
13
Ethernet
®
DEWE2-M13
Signal Conditioning
13
Components
DEWE2-M13s
7
Software
DEWE2-M7s
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DEWE2-A4 / M4
DEWE2-A4 / M4
4 slots for TRION™ series modules
Isolated wide range DC power supply
Optional internal buffer battery for ~10 minutes
Fully battery-powered by stackable battery pack
Removable solid state disk
Powerful Intel ® Core™ i7 processor
DEWE2-A4
DEWE2-M4
Slots for TRION™ modules
4
Dynamic channel expansion
Ethernet
EPAD2
CPAD2 via TRION-CAN
Quasi-static channel expansion
Main system
1)
removable 32 GB solid state disk (SLC type)
optional up to 256 GB
Data storage
Gap free storing rate
Typ. 40 MB/s2)
Power supply standard
isolated 10 to 36 VDC, external AC power supply adapter included
Power supply optional
add internal buffer battery for ~10 minutes
Display
13” TFT display, 1280 x 800
Processor
no display
Intel® Core™ i7
RAM
4 GB
1x 1 Gbit Ethernet
optional 2 additional 1 Gbit Ethernet (replaces WLAN and Audio)
Ethernet
Wireless LAN
1 antenna, 802.11n standard
USB interfaces
4
RS-232 interface
1
FireWire® interface
optional (replaces WLAN and Audio)
Keyboard/pointing device
84 keys keyboard and touchpad integrated
Operating system
external keyboard and mouse included
Microsoft® WINDOWS® 7
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Weight without TRION™ modules
317 x 252 x 128 mm
( 12.5 x 9.9 x 5 in.)
317 x 252 x 108 mm
(12.5 x 9.9 x 4.3 in.)
Typ. 5.9 kg (13 lb.)
Typ. 3.9 kg (8.6 lb.)
Typ. 75 W
Typ. 60 W
Power consumption without modules
Environmental specifications
Operating temperature
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with prewarmed unit
Storage temperature
-20 to +70 °C
Humidity
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Sine vibration (EN 60068-2-6)
Acceleration 20 m/s², Freq. 10 Hz - 150 Hz, Sweep 1 oct/min, 20 cycles
Shock (EN 60028-2-27)
Acceleration 30 g, duration 11ms, pulse form half sine, 3 pumps/direction, 6 directions
Random vibration (EN 60721-3-2)
1)
2)
Class 2M3 (spectral acceleration density 3 m²/s³, frequency range 10 Hz-200 Hz, duration 30 min/direction)
Please find current specifications in the latest price list
Depends on the system configuration
Channel Expansion
DEWE2-A4 with two
channel expansion
chassis DEWE2-F7s
DEWE2-A4 with option
DW2-LINK-PCIE-1-S
DEWE2-F7s with option
DW2-LINK-PCIE-2-S
DEWE2-F7s with option
DW2-LINK-PCIE-2-S
TRION-SYNC-bus
PCIe connection up to 7 meters
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DEWE2 Options, Upgrades, Accessories
SYSTEM OPTIONS
Internal battery for a DEWE2 system. Bridges outages of the supply voltage up to approx. 5 - 10 minutes
DW2-FIREWIRE-1
Adds a FireWire interface. Replaces WLAN and AUDIO interfaces.
Can not be ordered at the same time with option DW2-LAN-2
DW2-LAN-2
Adds two additional 1 GBit LAN interfaces. Replaces the WLAN and AUDIO interfaces
Can not be ordered at the same time with option DW2-FIREWIRE-1
FLEXRAY-INT-1
Adds one FLEXRAY interface. Changes removable SSD to fixed installed SSD.
DW2-LINK-PCIE-1-S
Adds 1 PCIe interface and 2 TRION-SYNC-BUS interfaces.
Please order synchronization cable DW2-CBL-SYNC-xx separately
DW2-SYNC
Adds 2 TRION-SYNC-BUS interfaces. Please order synchronization cable DW2-CBL-SYNC-xx separately
DW2-CBL-SYNC-03
DEWE2 SYNC-cable with RJ45 plugs, 3 m
DW2-CBL-SYNC-07
DEWE2 SYNC-cable with RJ45 plugs, 7 m
upgrade of 32 GB flash disk to 128 GB flash disk
SSD-32-256
upgrade of 32 GB flash disk to 256 GB flash disk
DW2-FIREWIRE-1 option
DW2-PS-DC-BUFFER option
Bridges supply voltage outages
DW2-LAN-2 option
DW2-SYNC option
FLEXRAY-INT-1 option
SSD-32-64/128/256
Flash disk upgrade
DW2-LINK-PCIE-1-S option
Accessories
Power supply cable 2 m to two male banana plugs
DW2-UPS-150-DC
External 130 W UPS and multi-battery charger with isolated 10 .. 36 VDC input range
2 slots for BAT-95WH batteries, 2 batteries included
Mechanically compatible with DEWE2-A4 / DEWE2-M4, cable set included
BAT-95WH
Lithium-Ion battery, 14.4 V, 95 Wh, max. 8 A
BAT-CHARGER-1
Desktop battery charger for 1 battery, incl. external AC adaptor
BAT-CHARGER-4
Desktop battery charger for 4 batteries, incl. external AC adaptor
DE-POWERBOX-12
Power distribution box with 12 connectors for DC power with voltage meter
Input via 5 m connection cable 2x 10 mm² with 50 A fuse, terminated with 2 ring tongues,
2nd input for a buffer battery (from customer) to achieve UPS function
DW2-UPS-150-DC, stackable
130 W UPS with 2 slots for batteries
BAT-CHARGER-1
BAT-CHARGER-4
DE-POWERBOX-12
DC Power distribution box
MOB-DISP-12
External display
Software
Components
DW2-CBL-POW-B-2
Instruments
upgrade of 32 GB flash disk to 64 GB flash disk
SSD-32-128
Signal Conditioning
SSD-32-64
Front-ends
UPGRADES
Dedicated Instruments
DEWE2
DW2-PS-DC-BUFFER
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DEWE2-A7 / A13
DEWE2-A7 / A13
7 / 13 slots for TRION™ series modules
Powerful Intel ® Core™ i7 processor
Brilliant 17'' full-HD display
Optional fully battery powered
DEWE2-A7
Slots for TRION™ modules
DEWE2-A13
7
13
Dynamic channel expansion
Ethernet
EPAD2
CPAD2 via TRION-CAN
Quasi-static channel expansion
Main system
1)
Data storage
1 TB
Gap free storing rate
Typ. 90 MB/s2)
Power supply standard
95 to 260 VAC
Power supply optional
Battery powered, 3 battery slots 3),
3 batt. for ~2 hours operation included,
incl. external AC power supply, optional external DC power supply
Display
17” TFT display, 1920 x 1080
Processor
Intel® Core™ i7
RAM
4 GB
Ethernet
2 x 1 Gbit Ethernet
USB interfaces
7
RS-232 interface
1
Keyboard/pointing device
84 keys keyboard and touchpad integrated
Operating system
Microsoft® WINDOWS® 7
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Weight without TRION™ modules
Power consumption without modules
450 x 246 x 303 mm
(17.7 x 9,7 x 11.9 in.)
450 x 246 x 303 mm
(17.7 x 9,7 x 11.9 in.)
Typ. 14 kg (31 lb.)
Typ. 15 kg (33 lb.)
Typ. 120 W
Typ. 120 W
Environmental specifications
Operating temperature
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with prewarmed unit
Storage temperature
-20 to +70 °C
Humidity
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Sine vibration (EN 60068-2-6)
Acceleration 20 m/s², Freq. 10 Hz - 150 Hz, Sweep 1 oct/min, 20 cycles
Shock (EN 60028-2-27)
Random vibration (EN 60721-3-2)
Acceleration 15 g, duration 11ms, pulse form half sine, 3 pumps/direction, 6 directions
Class 2M2 (spectral acceleration density 1 m²/s³, frequency range 10 Hz-200 Hz, duration 30 min/direction)
Please find current specifications in the latest price list
Depends on the system configuration
3)
Weight of one battery: 660 g (1.45 lb.)
1)
2)
Channel Expansion
DEWE2-A7 with option
DW2-LINK-PCIE-1-S
DEWE2-F13s with option
DW2-LINK-PCIE-2-S
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PCIe connection up to 7 meters
PCIe connection up to 7 meters
TRION-SYNC-bus
TRION-SYNC-bus
DEWE2-F7s with
TRION-TIMING module
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DEWE2 Options, Upgrades, Accessories
SYSTEM OPTIONS
Upgrade of DEWE2-A7/A13 instruments to battery power supply with UPS function
18 .. 24 VDC non-isolated input, incl. external AC adaptor
3 slots for hot-swappable batteries, 3 batteries for appr. 2 hours operation included
DW2-LINK-PCIE-1-S
Adds 1 PCIe interface and 2 TRION-SYNC-BUS interfaces.
Please order synchronization cable DW2-CBL-SYNC-xx separately
FLEXRAY-INT-1
Adds one FLEXRAY interface to a DEWE2 system.
DW2-SYNC
Adds 2 TRION-SYNC-BUS interfaces. Please order synchronization cable DW2-CBL-SYNC-xx separately
DW2-CBL-SYNC-03
DEWE2 SYNC-cable with RJ45 plugs, 3 m
DW2-CBL-SYNC-07
DEWE2 SYNC-cable with RJ45 plugs, 7 m
UPGRADES
HDD-1000-SSD-64
Upgrade to 64 GB flash disk (replaces 1 TB harddisk), no moving parts, max. data throughput 40 MB/s
HDD-1000-SSD-128
Upgrade to 128 GB flash disk (replaces 1 TB harddisk), no moving parts, max. data throughput 40 MB/s
HDD-1000-SSD-256
Upgrade to 256 GB flash disk (replaces 1 TB harddisk), no moving parts, max. data throughput 40 MB/s
DW2-SYNC option
DEWE2-A13 with DW2-A13-PS-BAT option
Accessories
Shipping/carrying case for the DEWE2-A7 or DEWE2-A13 mainframe. Common-carrier rated, internal custom foam
cut-out, high impact construction. Hasps for attaching padlocks, pull-out handle and wheels for easy transport
DEWE-DCDC-24-300-ISO
External power supply, input voltage 10 to 36 VDC, output 24 VDC 300 W
BAT-95WH
Lithium-Ion battery, 14.4 V, 95 Wh, max. 8 A
BAT-CHARGER-1
Desktop battery charger for 1 battery, incl. external AC adaptor
BAT-CHARGER-4
Desktop battery charger for 4 batteries, incl. external AC adaptor
Software
DW2-A13-CC
Signal Conditioning
DEWE2-A13
Components
DEWE2-A7
Front-ends
Instruments
DW2-LINK-PCIE-1-S option
Dedicated Instruments
DEWE2
DW2-A13-PS-BAT
Carrying bag
DEWE-DCDC-24-300-ISO
BAT-CHARGER-1
BAT-CHARGER-4
DW2-A13-CC
Shipping/carrying case
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DEWE2-M4s / M7s / M13s
DEWE2-M4s / M7s / M13s
4/7/13 slots for TRION™ series modules
All connections at the front
Isolated wide range DC power supply
Optional internal buffer battery for ~10 minutes
Powerful Intel ® Core™ i7 processor
Slots for TRION™ modules
DEWE2-M4s
DEWE2-M7s
DEWE2-M13s
4
7
13
Dynamic channel expansion
Ethernet
EPAD2
CPAD2 via TRION-CAN
Quasi-static channel expansion
Main system
1)
Data storage
32 GB solid state disk (SLC type), optional up to 256 GB
Gap free storing rate
Typ. 40 MB/s2)
isolated 10 to 36 VDC, external AC power supply adapter included
optional internal UPS battery for ~10 minutes
Power supply
Display
no display, MOB-DISP-12-A recommended
Processor
Intel® Core™ i7
RAM
4 GB
1x 1 Gbit Ethernet
optional 2 additional 1 Gbit Ethernet (replaces WLAN and Audio)
Ethernet
Wireless LAN
1 antenna, 802.11n standard
USB interfaces
6
RS-232 interface
1
FireWire® interface
optional (replaces WLAN and Audio)
Keyboard/pointing device
Keyboard and mouse included
Operating system
Microsoft® WINDOWS® 7
Dimensions (W x D x H)
without feet
177 x 230 x 177 mm (4 u)
(7 x 9.1 x 7 in.)
258 x 230 x 177 mm (4 u)
(10.2 x 9.1 x 7 in.)
441 x 230 x 177 mm (4 u)
(17.4 x 9.1 x 7 in.) without feet
Typ. 3.9 kg (8.6 lb.)
Typ. 4.9 kg (10.8 lb.)
Typ. 13 kg (28.6 lb.)
Typ. 60 W
Typ. 60 W
Typ. 60 W
Weight
Power consumption without modules
Environmental specifications
Operating temperature
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with prewarmed unit
Storage temperature
-20 to +70 °C
Humidity
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Sine vibration (EN 60068-2-6)
Acceleration 20 m/s², Freq. 10 Hz - 150 Hz, Sweep 1 oct/min, 20 cycles
Shock (EN 60028-2-27)
Acceleration 30 g, duration 11ms, pulse form half sine, 3 pumps/direction, 6 directions
Random vibration (EN 60721-3-2)
1)
2)
Class 2M3 (spectral acceleration density 3 m²/s³, frequency range 10 Hz-200 Hz, duration 30 min/direction)
Please find current specifications in the latest price list
Depends on the system configuration
Channel Expansion
DEWE2-M7s with option
DW2-LINK-PCIE-1-S
DEWE2-F13s with option
DW2-LINK-PCIE-2-S
PCIe connection up to 7 meters (250 MB/s)
TRION-SYNC-bus
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SYSTEM OPTIONS
DW2-PS-DC-BUFFER
Adds an internal battery and bridges outages of the supply voltage up to approx. 5 - 10 minutes
No status information is supplied.
DW2-FIREWIRE-1
Adds a FireWire interface. Replaces WLAN and AUDIO interfaces.
Can not be ordered at the same time with option DW2-LAN-2
DW2-LAN-2
Adds two additional 1 GBit LAN interfaces. Replaces the WLAN and AUDIO interfaces
Can not be ordered at the same time with option DW2-FIREWIRE-1
DW2-LINK-PCIE-1-S
Adds 1 PCIe interface and 2 TRION-SYNC-BUS interfaces.
Please order synchronization cable DW2-CBL-SYNC-xx separately
DW2-SYNC
Adds 2 TRION-SYNC-BUS interfaces. Please order synchronization cable DW2-CBL-SYNC-xx separately
DW2-CBL-SYNC-03
DEWE2 SYNC-cable with RJ45 plugs, 3 m
DW2-CBL-SYNC-07
DEWE2 SYNC-cable with RJ45 plugs, 7 m
UPGRADES
upgrade of 32 GB flash disk to 64 GB flash disk
SSD-32-128
upgrade of 32 GB flash disk to 128 GB flash disk
SSD-32-256
upgrade of 32 GB flash disk to 256 GB flash disk
Accessories
DW2-CBL-POW-B-2
2 male banana plugs to DC power supply input of DEWE2 system. Applicable to DEWE2-A4, DEWE2-M4, DEWE2-M4s,
DEWE2-M7s and DEWE2-F4s / -F7s with option DW2-PS-DC
DW2-UPS-150-DC
External 130 W UPS and multi-battery charger with isolated 10 .. 36 VDC input range. 2 slots for BAT-95WH batteries,
2 batteries included, cable set included. Longer cables for flexibe use of DW2-UPS-150-DC optionally available
DW2-UPS-150-DC-CBL-2 2 m RS-232 cable and DC power cable (terminated with Lemo FGJ.2B.303)
DEWE-UPS-300-DC
External 300 W UPS and multi-battery charger with isolated 10 .. 36 VDC input range for powering systems with wide range
DC input, output of DEWE-UPS-300-DC is 12 .. 16 VDC when running from batteries and 24 VDC when powered from DC,
4 slots for BAT-95WH batteries, 2 batteries included
BAT-95WH
Lithium-Ion battery, 14.4 V, 95 Wh, max. 8 A
BAT-CHARGER-1
Desktop battery charger for 1 battery, incl. external AC adaptor
BAT-CHARGER-4
Desktop battery charger for 4 batteries, incl. external AC adaptor
DE-POWERBOX-12
Power distribution box with 12 connectors for DC power with voltage meter
Input via 5 m connection cable 2x 10 mm² with 50 A fuse, terminated with 2 ring tongues,
2nd input for a buffer battery (from customer) to achieve UPS function
Outputs: 1x Lemo EGG.3B.302 socket, 1 pair of high-current banana sockets, 2 cigarette lighter sockets, 2x Lemo
EGG.2B.302 sockets, 2x Lemo EGG.1B.302 sockets, 4 pairs of banana sockets
DW2-UPS-150-DC,
130 W UPS with 2 slots for batteries
BAT-CHARGER-1
BAT-CHARGER-4
DE-POWERBOX-12
DC Power distribution box
MOB-DISP-12
External display
Signal Conditioning
DEWE2-M7s with option
DW2-LINK-PCIE-1-S
Components
DW2-LAN-2
DEWE2-M4s with 2x
1 Gbit Ethernet option
Software
DW2-FIREWIRE-1
DEWE2-M4s with
FireWire ® option
Front-ends
Instruments
SSD-32-64
DEWE2
M7s M13s
Dedicated Instruments
M4s
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DEWE2-M13
DEWE2-M13
13 slots for TRION™ series modules
Free PCI slots inside
One internal hard disk and 2 bays for removable disks
19” rack-mountable or benchtop use
DEWE2-M13
Slots for TRION™ modules
13
Dynamic channel expansion
Ethernet
EPAD2
CPAD2 via TRION-CAN
Quasi-static channel expansion
Main system
1)
Free slots (PCI, PCIe)
4, half length
1 TB hard disk
2 free 3.5” bays for further hard disks
Data storage
Gap free storing rate
Typ. 80 MB/s2)
Power supply
95 to 260 VAC
Display
no display
Processor
Intel® Core™ i7
RAM
4 GB
Ethernet
2x 1 Gbit Ethernet
USB interfaces
8
FireWire® interface
optional
Keyboard/pointing device
external keyboard with touchpad
Operating system
Microsoft® WINDOWS® 7
Dimensions (W x D x H)
without feet
441 x 427 x 177 mm (4 u)
(17.4 x 16.8 x 7 in.)
Weight
Typ. 13.0 kg (28.6 lb.)
Power consumption without modules
Typ. 100 W
Environmental specifications
Operating temperature
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with prewarmed unit
Storage temperature
-20 to +70 °C
Humidity
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Sine vibration (EN 60068-2-6)
Acceleration 20 m/s², Freq. 10 Hz - 150 Hz, Sweep 1 oct/min, 20 cycles
Shock (EN 60028-2-27)
Acceleration 15 g, pulse length 11ms, pulse form half sine, 3 moves/direction, 6 directions
Random vibration (EN 60721-3-2)
1)
2)
Class 2M2 (spectral acceleration density 1 m²/s³, Frequency range 10 Hz-200 Hz, duration 30 min/direction)
Please find current specifications in the latest price list
Depends on the system configuration
Channel Expansion
DEWE2-M13 with
TRION-TIMING module
and LINK-HOST-PCIE card
DEWE2-F18 with option
DW2-LINK-PCIE-2-S
TRION-SYNC-bus
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PCIe connection up to 7 meters
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DEWE2 Options, Upgrades, Accessories
Upgrade to 64 GB flash disk (replaces 1 TB harddisk), no moving parts, max. data throughput 40 MB/s
HDD-1000-SSD-128
Upgrade to 128 GB flash disk (replaces 1 TB harddisk), no moving parts, max. data throughput 40 MB/s
HDD-1000-SSD-256
Upgrade to 256 GB flash disk (replaces 1 TB harddisk), no moving parts, max. data throughput 40 MB/s
DW2-M13-BAY35-SATA
3.5“ SATA removable drive bay for 2.5“ harddisk or 2.5“ flash disk
HDD-SATA-750-2.5
750 GB SATA harddisk 2.5“
DEWE2-M13 with
DW2-PS-AC-RED option
DEWE2-M13 with typical
PCI slot configuration
DEWE2-M13 with 2x option
DW2-M13-BAY35-SATA
Accessories
DEWE-TFT24-DT
24“ desktop TFT monitor with resolution of 1920 x 1200
DEWE-TFT19-RM
Rack-mounting 9U industrial grade 19“ display with resolution of 1280 x 1024
DEWE2-M13 and
DEWE-TFT19-RM
Rack-mounting 19“ display
Dedicated Instruments
HDD-1000-SSD-64
Instruments
Adds a PCI Firewire IEEE-1394 card to your system. Requires one free half length PCI slot
UPGRADES
Front-ends
19“ mounting kit for the DEWE2-M13, 4U
FIREWIRE-1394
Signal Conditioning
DW2-M13-MK
Components
Redundant 115 / 230 VAC power supply for a DEWE2 system
Applicable to DEWE2-M13, DEWE2-F13s and DEWE2-F18
Software
DW2-PS-AC-RED
DEWE2
SYSTEM OPTIONS
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DEWE2-F4s / F7s / F13s
DEWE2-F4s / F7s / F13s
4 or 7 slots for TRION™ series modules
PCI Express data link
120 MB/s data transfer rate
DEWE2-F4s
Slots for TRION™ modules
4
Quasi-static channel expansion
Main system
DEWE2-F7s
DEWE2-F13s
7
13
CPAD via TRION-CAN (no EPAD)
1)
Main frame bandwidth
120 MB/sec
Upstream interface (to host)
PCI Express X1, 250 MB/s
Power supply
100 to 240 VAC
Dimensions (W x D x H)
without feet
177 x 230 x 177mm (4 u)
(7 x 9.1 x 7 in.)
258 x 230 x 177 mm (4 u)
(10.2 x 9.1 x 7 in.)
441 x 230 x 177 mm (4 u)
(17.4 x 9.1 x 7 in.)
Typ. 3.9 kg (8.6 lb.)
Typ. 4.9 kg (10.8 lb.)
Typ. 8 kg (17.6 lb.)
Typ. 25 W
Typ. 25 W
Typ. 25 W
Weight
Power consumption without mod.
Environmental specifications
Operating temperature
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with prewarmed unit
Storage temperature
-20 to +70 °C
Humidity
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Sine vibration (EN 60068-2-6)
Acceleration 20 m/s², Freq. 10 Hz - 150 Hz, Sweep 1 oct/min, 20 cycles
Shock (EN 60028-2-27)
Acceleration 30 g,
duration 11ms, pulse form half sine, 3 pumps/direction, 6 directions
Acceleration 15 g
Class 2M3 (spectral acceleration density 3 m²/s³,
frequency range 10 Hz-200 Hz, duration 30 min/direction)
Class 2M2 (spectral acceleration
density 1 m²/s³, Frequency range 10
Hz-200 Hz, duration 30 min/direction)
Random vibration (EN 60721-3-2)
1)
Please find current specifications in the latest price list
Channel Expansion
DEWE2-F13s with
DW2-LINK-PCIE-2-S option
DEWE2-F7s with
DW2-LINK-PCIE-2-S option
DEWE2-F4s with
TRION-TIMING module
PCIe connection up to 7 meters (250 MB/s)
TRION-SYNC-bus
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DEWE2 Options, Upgrades, Accessories
SYSTEM OPTIONS
Isolated power supply 10 to 36 VDC, 150 W, 2 m Power supply cable to cigarette lighter
Including external 115 / 230 VAC adaptor
DW2-PS-DC-300
Isolated power supply 10 to 36 VDC, 300 W, 2 m Power supply cable to cigarette lighter
Including external 115 / 230 VAC adaptor
DW2-PS-AC-RED
Redundant 115 / 230 VAC power supply
DW2-F13s-MK
19“ mounting kit for the DEWE2-F13s, 4U
DW2-LINK-PCIE-2-S
Extended interfaces to enable daisy-chaining. 2 PCIe 1X interfaces and 2 SYNC interfaces.
Please order synchronization cable DW2-CBL-SYNC-xx separately!
DW2-SYNC
Adds 2 TRION-SYNC-BUS interfaces. Please order synchronization cable DW2-CBL-SYNC-xx separately
DW2-CBL-SYNC-03
DEWE2 SYNC-cable with RJ45 plugs, 3 m
DW2-CBL-SYNC-07
DEWE2 SYNC-cable with RJ45 plugs, 7 m
UPGRADES
LINK-HOST-UP-EX34-PCIE
Changes the standard ExpressCard-34 to a PCI Express 1X host card
LINK-HOST-PCIE
Additional PCI Express 1X host card, needs a free PCI Express slot in host unit
LINK-HOST-EX34
Additional ExpressCard-34 host card, for laptop with ExpressCard-34 slot
DEWE2-F13s with option
DW2-LINK-PCIE-2-S
DEWE2-F13s with option
DW2-PS-AC-RED
LINK-HOST-PCIE
ExpressCard-34 host card
DEWE2-F7s with option
DW2-PS-DC-150
DEWE2-F13s with option
DW2-F13x-MK
Accessories
DW2-CBL-POW-B-2
2 male banana plugs to DC power supply input of DEWE2 system. Applicable to DEWE2-A4, DEWE2-M4, DEWE2-M4s,
DEWE2-M7s and DEWE2-F4s / -F7s with option DW2-PS-DC
DW2-UPS-150-DC
External 130 W UPS and multi-battery charger with isolated 9 .. 36 VDC input range. 2 slots for BAT-95WH batteries,
2 batteries included, cable set included. Longer cables for flexibe use of DW2-UPS-150-DC optionally available
DW2-UPS-150-DC-CBL-2 2 m RS-232 cable and DC power cable (terminated with Lemo FGJ.2B.303)
Lithium-Ion battery, 14.4 V, 95 Wh, max. 8 A
DEWE-UPS-300-DC
External 300 W UPS and multi-battery charger with isolated 10 .. 36 VDC input range for powering systems with wide range
DC input, output of DEWE-UPS-300-DC is 12 .. 16 VDC when running from batteries and 24 VDC when powered from DC,
4 slots for BAT-95WH batteries, 2 batteries included
BAT-CHARGER-1
Desktop battery charger for 1 battery, incl. external AC adaptor
BAT-CHARGER-4
Desktop battery charger for 4 batteries, incl. external AC adaptor
DE-POWERBOX-12
Power distribution box with 12 connectors for DC power with voltage meter
Input via 5 m connection cable 2x 10 mm² with 50 A fuse, terminated with 2 ring tongues,
2nd input for a buffer battery (from customer) to achieve UPS function
Outputs: 1x Lemo EGG.3B.302 socket, 1 pair of high-current banana sockets, 2 cigarette lighter sockets, 2x Lemo
EGG.2B.302 sockets, 2x Lemo EGG.1B.302 sockets, 4 pairs of banana sockets
Software
BAT-95WH
Components
LINK-HOST-EX34
ExpressCard-34 host card
Signal Conditioning
Front-ends
DEWE2-F7s with option
DW2-LINK-PCIE-2-S
Dedicated Instruments
DW2-PS-DC-150
DEWE2
F7s F13s
Instruments
F4s
BAT-CHARGER-1
BAT-CHARGER-4
DW2-UPS-150-DC,
130 W UPS with 2 slots for batteries
DEWE-UPS-300-DC
300 W UPS with 4 slots for batteries
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DEWE2-F18
DEWE2-F18
18 slots for TRION™ series modules
PCI Express data link
120 MB/s data transfer rate
19" rack-mountable or benchtop use
DEWE2-F18
Slots for TRION™ modules
18
Quasi-static channel expansion
Main system
CPAD via TRION-CAN (no EPAD)
1)
Main frame bandwidth
120 MB/sec
Upstream interface (to host)
PCI Express X1, 250 MB/s
Downstream interface
PCI Express X1, 250 MB/s
Power supply
95 to 260 VAC
Dimensions (W x D x H)
without feet
441 x 427 x 177 mm (4 u)
(17.4 x 16.8 x 7 in.)
Weight
Typ. 12.0 kg (26.4 lb.)
Power consumption without modules
Typ. 25 W
Environmental specifications
Operating temperature
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with prewarmed unit
Storage temperature
-20 to +70 °C
Humidity
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Sine vibration (EN 60068-2-6)
Acceleration 20 m/s², Freq. 10 Hz - 150 Hz, Sweep 1 oct/min, 20 cycles
Shock (EN 60028-2-27)
Acceleration 15 g, pulse length 11ms, pulse form half sine, 3 moves/direction, 6 directions
Random vibration (EN 60721-3-2)
1)
Class 2M2 (spectral acceleration density 1 m²/s³, Frequency range 10 Hz-200 Hz, duration 30 min/direction)
Please find current specifications in the latest price list
Channel Expansion
DEWE2 SYNC-cable with RJ45 plugs, 7 m
LINK-HOST-UP-EX34-PCIE
Changes the standard ExpressCard-34 to a PCI Express 1X host card
PCIe
PCIe
34
SYNC
DEWE2 SYNC-cable with RJ45 plugs, 3 m
DW2-CBL-SYNC-07
PCIe
19“ mounting kit for the DEWE2-F18, 4U
DW2-CBL-SYNC-03
SYNC
Redundant 115 / 230 VAC power supply for a DEWE2 system
DW2-F18-MK
SYNC
DW2-PS-AC-RED
PCIe
SYSTEM OPTIONS
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Series Modules
Resolution
204.8 kS/s
per channel
24 bit
8 (with SMB)
6 (with BNC)
Voltage: up to ±200 V, single ended/differential, AC/DC coupling
Current: with external shunt resistor
IEPE: programmable excitation current 10 µA to 24 mA, 4 HP filters
Temperature: 2-wire Pt100 to Pt 2000, KTY
Resistance: 10 Ω to 1 MΩ
Counter: AI 1 and AI 2 are internally connected to SuperCounters™ with programmable threshold levels to support any signal waveform
204.8 kS/s
per channel
24 bit
4 or 8
Voltage: up to ±1200 V, isolated inputs
Current: with external shunt resistor
204.8 kS/s
per channel
24 bit
TRION-CAN
2 or 4
Isolated high speed CAN 2.0B, up to 1 Mbit/s with programmable termination
supports OBDII, J1939, CAN output
n/a
n/a
TRION-CNT
6 CNT / 18 DI
SuperCounter™ inputs with galvanic isolation, 32 bit, 80 MHz
Support sensor mode, event counting and waveform timing
Differential counter inputs with ±100 V input range
AC/DC coupling and programmable threshold levels from 0 to 50 V to support
any signal waveform
Each counter input can be selected to be 3 digital inputs
204.8 kS/s
per channel
80 MHz
TRION-DIO-4800
48 DI
48 digital inputs with galvanic isolation,
Low level: UIN < 1.8 V
High level: UIN < 3.2 V
Max input level: 35 V continuous (65 V peak)
204.8 kS/s
per channel
80 MHz
TRION-BASE
8 DIO and 8 DI,
2 CNT,
1 SYNC, 1 AUX
8 digital I/Os, 8 digital inputs and 2 SuperCounters™: TTL level with 30 V overvoltage protection
1 auxiliary programmable input, by default set to camera trigger
1 isolated synchronisation interface to connect another system
204.8 kS/s
per channel
80 MHz
TRION-TIMING
1 IRIG In / Out
8 DIO, 1 CNT
2 SYNC, 1 AUX
Timing: Isolated IRIG input and output
Synchronization: 2 SYNC interfaces
8 digital I/Os, 1 SuperCounter™: TTL level with 30 V overvoltage protection
1 auxiliary programmable input, by default set to camera trigger
204.8 kS/s
per channel
80 MHz
V
TRION-2402-dACC
V
TRION-2402-HV
V
Input type
Signal Conditioning
Sample rate
8 (with RJ-45)
AC/DC coupled inputs with 4 selectable high pass filters
6 (with LEMO 1B) Voltage: up to ±10 V, single ended/differential
Bridge: full/half/quarter and piezoresistive bridge, incl. shunt calibration
IEPE: 4 mA fixed excitation current
Temperature: Pt100 to Pt 2000
Potentiometer, resistance: 10 Ω to 30 kΩ
Components
Channels
TRION-2402-dSTG
Software
Model
Front-ends
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
DEWE2
Series Modules
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Series Modules
Sampling:
24 bit; 204.8 kS/s per channel
Input types:
Voltage ranges from ±30 mV to ±200 V
IEPE
Resistance
Current (using external shunt)
Additional feature:
AUX socket
TRION-dACC specifications
Input channels
AUX socket (SMB version only)
Sampling rate
Resolution
Input ranges
Voltage
IEPE
Resistance
Current
Voltage input accuracy
Gain drift
Offset drift
linearity
Input impedance
Input bias current
Input configuration
Input coupling
Sensor fault detection for IEPE
Excitation current
Accuracy
Drift
Compliance voltage
Output impedance
Supported sensors
Counter Channels
Counter modes
Trigger Level
8 using SMB sockets (TRION-2402-dACC-8-SMB)
6 using BNC sockets (TRION-2402-dACC-6-BNC)
Selectable: Camera trigger, external trigger, CAL-port
204.8 kS/s per channel
24 bit
±30, ±100, ±300 mV, ±1, ±3 V, ±10 V, ±30 V, ±100 V, ±200 V
±100, 300 mV, 1 V, 3 V, 10 V
10, 30, 100, 300 Ω, 1, 3, 10, 30, 100, 300, 1000 kΩ
Depending on external Shunt
±0.02 % of reading ± 0.02 % of range ±200 μV
typical 10 ppm/°C max. 20 ppm/°C
typical 0.3 μV/°C + 10 ppm of range, max 15 μV/°C + 20 ppm of range
typical 0.01 %
10 MΩ
< 1 nA
Single ended or differential (programmable)
DC, AC (0.16 Hz, 0.5 Hz, 3.4 Hz, 10 Hz)
short circuit and open sensor detection with LED indication
0.1 to 24 mADC (programmable, 16 Bit DAC, 2 Ranges)
0.05% ±2 μA
15 ppm/°C
23 V
>10 MΩ
IEPE (up to 24 mA excitation)
Resistance
Resistance Temperature Detection: Pt100, Pt200, Pt500, Pt1000, Pt2000
2 Counter channels, linked to analog input Channel 1 and Channel 2
Event counting; Periode; Frequency; Pulsewidth; Dutycycle
Trigger and retrigger level freely programmable within analog input range
Range
100 mV
1V
10 V
100 S/s ≤ fs ≤ 1 kS/s
97 dB
111 dB
112 dB
10 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
87 dB
104 dB
107 dB
102.4 kS/s < f ≤ 200 kS/s
80 dB
81 dB
81 dB
Spurious free dynamic range
Range
10 mV
100 mV
1V
100 S/s ≤ fs ≤ 1 kS/s
124 dB
139 dB
140 dB
10 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
118 dB
134 dB
134 dB
102.4 kS/s < f ≤ 200 kS/s
116 dB* / 110 dB
131 dB* / 112 dB
132 dB* / 110 dB
Typical CMRR
≤10V Range
100 dB @ 50 Hz
100 dB @ 1 kHz
>10 to 200 V Range
90 dB @ 50 Hz
70 dB @ 1 KHz
10 Hz, 30 Hz, 100 Hz, 300 Hz, 1 kHz, 3 kHz, 10 kHz, 30 kHz, Off
Low pass Filter (-3 dB, digital)
Characterisic
Bessel or Butterworth
Filter order
2nd , 4th, 6th, 8th
2nd order Bessel, automatically set by sample rate
Analog anti aliasing filter
2.5 kHz (-3 dB), 1.5 kHz (-1 dB)
Sample rate ≤ 1kS/s
25 kHz (-3 dB), 15 kHz (-1 dB)
Sample rate ≤ 10kS/s
250 kHz (-3 dB), 150 kHz (-1 dB)
Sample rate > 10kS/s
Typical SNR
Bandwidth (-3 dB digital filter)
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
102.4 kS/s < fs ≤ 204.8 kS/s
Crosstalk fin 1 kHz [10 kHz]
Inter channel phase mismatch
Common mode voltage
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TRION-2402-dACC-6-BNC
Differential multi-function input module
TRION-2402-dACC-8-SMB
TRION-2402-dACC
100 V
112 dB
104 dB
81 dB
10 V
139 dB
134 dB
131 dB* / 112 dB
0.494 fs
0.49 fs
0.38 fs
120 dB [105 dB]
0.02° * fin (kHz) + 0.08°
±200 VDC (input range > 10 V), ±12 VDC (input range ≤ 10 V)
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TRION cables
TRION-CBL-SMOE-05-00
TRION-CBL-SMBN-01-00
Connector
SMB
SMB
Termination
open end
BNC cable socket
Length
5m
1m
TRION modules
TRION-x-dACC-x-SMB
TRION-x-dACC-x-SMB
Dedicated Instruments
Cables for TRION-2402-dACC modules
Instruments
* below 0.22 fs
Front-ends
TRION-2402-dACC-6-BNC: 6x BNC sockets
Appr. 210 g (SMB version), appr.270 g (BNC version)
Signal Conditioning
Weight
Components
±100 VDC (200 V peak) input to GND
DS2406, DS2430A, DS2431, DS2432, DS2433
Typ 10 W + excitation power
TRION-2402-dACC-8-SMB: 8x SMB sockets for inputs, 1 SMB socket for AUX
Software
Over voltage protection
Supported TEDS chips
Power consumption
Connectors
DEWE2
Series Modules
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Series Modules
24 bit; 204.8 kS/s per channel
Input types:
Voltage up to ±10 V
Strain gauge, bridge sensor, piezoresistive bridge
IEPE
RTD; Pt100 to Pt2000
Resistance, potentiometer
TRION-dSTG specifications
Input channels
Sampling rate
Resolution
Input ranges
Voltage
Bridge
IEPE
Resistance
Current
Voltage input accuracy
Gain drift
Offset drift
linearity
Input impedance
Input bias current
Input configuration
Input coupling
Excitation voltage
Accuracy
Drift
Current limit
Protection
Excitation current
Accuracy
Drift
Compliance voltage
Output impedance
IEPE Excitation
Compliance voltage
Supported sensors
Bridge resistance
Shunt calibration
Shunt and completion resistor accuracy
Automatic bridge balance
Typical SNR
Range
100 S/s ≤ fs ≤ 1 kS/s
10 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
102.4 kS/s < f ≤ 200 kS/s
Spurious free dynamic range
100 S/s ≤ fs ≤ 1 kS/s
10 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
102.4 kS/s < f ≤ 200 kS/s
Typical CMRR
Low pass Filter (-3 dB, digital)
Characterisic
Filter order
Analog anti aliasing filter
Sample rate ≤ 1k S/s
Sample rate ≤ 10 kS/s
Sample rate > 10kS/s
Bandwidth (-3 dB digital filter)
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
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TRION-2402-dSTG-6-LEMO
Sampling:
TRION-2402-dSTG-8-RJ
TRION-2402-dSTG
Differential universal input module
8 using RJ-45 sockets (TRION-2402-dSTG-8-RJ)
6 using LEMO 1B sockets (TRION-2402-dSTG-6-LEMO)
204.8 kS/s per channel
24 bit
±10, 30, 100, 300 mV, 1 V, 3 V, 10 V
1, 3, 10, 30, 100, 300, 1000 mV/V or mV/mA
±100, 300 mV, 1V, 3V, 10V
10, 30, 100, 300 Ω, 1, 3, 10, 30 kΩ
Depending on external Shunt
±0.02 % of reading ± 0.02 % of range ±20 μV
typical 10 ppm/°C max. 20 ppm/°C
typical 0.3 μV/°C+ 10 ppm of range, max 2 μV/°C + 20 ppm of range
typical 0.01 %
10 MΩ
< 1 nA
Single ended or differential (programmable)
DC, AC (0.16 Hz, 0.5 Hz, 3.4 Hz, 10 Hz)
0 to 13.5 VDC (programmable, 16 Bit DAC), 100 mA max. current, max 8 W per module
±0.03 % ±1 mV
±10 ppm/K ±50 μV/K
100 mA
Continuous short to ground
0.2 to 25 mADC (pogrammable, 16 Bit DAC)
0.05% ±2 μA
15 ppm/°C
10 V
>10 MΩ
4 mA ±10 %
22 V
4- or 6-wire full bridge
3- or 5-wire ½ bridge with internal completion (software programmable)
3- or 4-wire ¼ bridge with internal resistor for 120 and 350 Ω (software programmable)
4-wire full bridge with constant current excitation (piezoresistive bridge sensors)
Potentiometric; Resistance
Resistance Temperature Detection: Pt100, Pt200, Pt500, Pt1000, Pt2000
IEPE (fixed 4 mA excitation)
80 Ω to 10 kΩ @ ≤ 5 VDC excitation
Two internal shunt resistors 50 kΩ and 100 kΩ
0.05 % ±15 ppm/K
±250 % of Range
10 mV
100 mV
1V
82 dB
101 dB
111 dB
72 dB
92 dB
104 dB
69 dB
80 dB
81 dB
10 mV
100 mV
1V
108 dB
128 dB
141 dB
103 dB
123 dB
134 dB
99 dB
120 dB* / 106 dB
133 dB* / 106 dB
90 dB @ 1 KHz
80 dB @ 10 KHz
10 Hz, 30 Hz, 100 Hz, 300 Hz, 1 kHz, 3 kHz, 10 kHz, 30 kHz, Off
Bessel or Butterworth
2nd , 4th, 6th, 8th
2nd order Bessel, automatically set by sample rate
2.5 kHz (-3 dB), 1.5 kHz (-1 dB)
25 kHz (-3 dB), 15 kHz (-1 dB)
250 kHz (-3 dB), 150 kHz (-1 dB)
10 V
112 dB
107 dB
81 dB
10 V
141 dB
136 dB
135 dB* / 106 dB
0.494 fs
0.49 fs
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120 dB [105 dB]
0.02° * fin (kHz) + 0.08°
±12 VDC
±100 VDC (200 V peak) input to GND
DS2406, DS2430A, DS2431, DS2432, DS2433
Typ 10 W + excitation power
TRION-2402-dSTG-8-RJ: 8x RJ-45 sockets
DEWE2
102.4 kS/s < fs ≤ 204.8 kS/s
Crosstalk fin 1 kHz [10 kHz]
Inter channel phase mismatch
Common mode voltage
Over voltage protection
Supported TEDS chips
Power consumption
Connector
Appr. 200 g (RJ45 version), appr. 250 g (LEMO version)
Cables for TRION-2402-dSTG modules
TRION modules
TRION-x-dSTG-x-RJ
TRION-x-dSTG-x-RJ
TRION-x-dSTG-x-RJ
TRION-x-dSTG-x-LEMO
TRION-x-dSTG-x-LEMO
Length
-
TRION modules
TRION-x-dSTG-x-LEMO
Instruments
Length
5m
1m
1m
5m
1m
TRION-CBL-RJBN-01-00
Mating connector
Connector
Connector
LEMO-FGG.1B.308.CLAD52Z LEMO 1B.308
Termination
mating connector, for cable diameter 4.1 to 5.0 mm
Front-ends
TRION-CBL-RJD9-01-00
Termination
open end
DSUB-9 socket (DAQP-STG/MDAQ-STG compatible)
BNC
open end
DSUB-9 socket (DAQP-STG/MDAQ-STG compatible)
Signal Conditioning
Connector
RJ45
RJ45
RJ45
LEMO 1B.308
LEMO 1B.308
Components
TRION-CBL-RJOE-05-00
TRION-CBL-RJD9-01-00
TRION-CBL-RJBN-01-00
TRION-CBL-L8OE-05-00
TRION-CBL-L8D9-01-00
Software
TRION cables
Dedicated Instruments
TRION-2402-dSTG-6-LEMO: 6x Lemo EGG.1B.308 sockets
Weight
* below 0.22 fs
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TRION-2402-HV
Isolated wide range voltage module
Sampling:
24 bit; 204.8 kS/s per channel
Input types:
Voltage ranges from ±0.3 V to ±1200 V
TRION-2402-HV-4-B
Current
TRION-2402-HV-8-B
TRION-2402-HV specifications
4 (TRION-2402-HV-4-B)
8 (TRION-2402-HV-8-B)
204.8 kS/s per channel
24 bit
Input channels
Sampling rate
Resolution
Input ranges
Voltage
Current
Voltage input accuracy
Offset drift
Range > 10 V
Range ≤ 10 V
Range > 10 V
Range ≤ 10 V
Gain drift
Linearity
Input impedance
Input bias current
Input coupling
Input configuration
Typical SNR
Range > 10 V 10 MΩ
Range ≤ 10 V 5 MΩ
< 100 pA
DC
isolated
Range
100 S/s ≤ fs ≤ 1 kS/s
10 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
102.4 kS/s < f ≤ 200 kS/s
Spurious free dynamic range
Range
100 S/s ≤ fs ≤ 1 kS/s
10 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
102.4 kS/s < f ≤ 200 kS/s
Typical CMRR
≤10 V Range
>10 V Range
Low pass Filter (-3 dB, digital)
Characteristic
Filter order
Analog anti aliasing filter
Sample rate ≤ 1kS/s
Sample rate ≤ 10kS/s
Sample rate > 10kS/s
Bandwidth (-3 dB digital filter)
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
102.4 kS/s < fs ≤ 204.8 kS/s
Crosstalk fin 1 kHz [10 kHz]
Inter channel phase mismatch
Over voltage protection
Range > 10 V
Range ≤ 10 V
Power consumption
Connector
Weight
* below 0.22 fs
40
±0.3 V, ±1 V, ±3 V, ±10 V, ±30 V, ±100 V, ±400 V and ±1200 V
Depending on external Shunt
±0.02 % of reading ± 0.02 % of range ±3 mV
±0.02 % of reading ± 0.02 % of range ±200 μV
typical 10 µV/°C + 10 ppm of range, max 500 µV/°C + 20 ppm of range
typical 0.3 μV/°C + 10 ppm of range, max 15 μV/°C + 20 ppm of range
typical 10 ppm/°C max. 20 ppm/°C
typical 0.01 %
1V
10 V
100 V
113 dB
115 dB
113 dB
106 dB
109 dB
106 dB
81 dB
81 dB
81 dB
1V
10 V
100 V
139 dB
140 dB
139 dB
134 dB
134 dB
134 dB
132 dB* / 110 dB
131 dB* / 112 dB
132 dB* / 110 dB
100 dB @ 50 Hz
100 dB @ 1 kHz
90 dB @ 50 Hz
60 dB @ 1 kHz
10 Hz, 30 Hz, 100 Hz, 300 Hz, 1 kHz, 3 kHz, 10 kHz, 30 kHz, Off
Bessel or Butterworth
2nd , 4th, 6th, 8th
2nd order Bessel, automatically set by sample rate
2.5 kHz (-3 dB), 1.5 kHz (-1 dB)
25 kHz (-3 dB), 15 kHz (-1 dB)
250 kHz (-3 dB), 150 kHz (-1 dB)
1200 V
115 dB
109 dB
81 dB
1200 V
140 dB
134 dB
131 dB* / 112 dB
0.494 fs
0.49 fs
0.38 fs
110 dB [95 dB]
0.02° * fin (kHz) + 0.08°
±2000 VDC (3000 V peak) between inputs, channel to channel and channel to GND
±1000 VDC (1500 V peak) between inputs, channel to channel and channel to GND
Typ 6 W for 4 channels (10 W for 8 channels)
4 mm safety banana sockets
Appr. 270 g (4 ch version), appr. 400 g (8 ch version)
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Dedicated Instruments
Front-ends
Instruments
DAQ-SHUNT1
(not compatible with HV-4 modules)
Signal Conditioning
DAQ-SHUNT4
DAQ-SHUNT5
20 mA shunt adaptor (50 Ohm, ±0.1 %, 1 W); Fitting into 4 mm banana jacks with 19 mm distance
Not compatible with TRION-x-HV-4-B
5 A shunt box (100 mOhm, ±0.1%, <10ppm); Current input via 2 safety banana jacks, output 2x 0.3 m cable with banana plugs
5 A shunt box (100 mOhm, ±0.1%, <10ppm); Current input via 2 safety banana jacks, output via 2 safety banana jacks
DAQ-SHUNT4
DAQ-SHUNT5
Components
DAQ-SHUNT1
Software
Shunts
DEWE2
Shunts for TRION™ voltage input modules
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Series Modules
TRION-BASE
Counter, DIO and synchronization module
2 SuperCounters™
Digital I/O:
8 DIO and 8 DI
Synchronization:
IRIG code B, DC I/O and Sync I/O
Additional features:
1 AUX socket (by default set to camera trigger)
TRION-BASE
Counter channels:
TRION-BASE specifications
Digital I/O specifications
Number of channels
8 DIO + 8 DI
Compatibility (Input)
CMOS/TTL
Compatibility (Output)
TTL, 20 mA
Overvoltage protection
±30 V permanent, 50 V peak (for 100 msec)
Sensor power supply (module total)
5 V (600 mA) and 12 V (600 mA)
Connector
SUB-D-25 socket
Sync I/O specifications
Functionality
Acquistion Clock and Trigger output (can be used to sync two systems/enclosures)
Compatibility (Input)
LVTTL
Compatibility (Output)
LVTTL, 10 mA
Overvoltage protection
±20 V
Connector
On same SUB-D-25 socket as Digital I/O
Counter specifications
2 SuperCounters™ or 6 digital inputs
Number of channels
Counter modes
Event counting
Basic event counting, gated counting, up/down counting and encoder mode (X1, X2 and X4)
Waveform timing
Period, frequency, pulse width duty cycle and edge separation
Sensor modes
Encoder (angle and linear), Gear tooth with/without zero, gear tooth with missing/double teeth
Compatibility (Input)
CMOS/TTL
Counter resolution
32-bit
Counter time base
80 MHz
Time base accuracy
typ. 10 ppm (defined by the back plane)
Maximum input frequency
10 MHz
Overvoltage protection
±30 V permanent, 50 V peak (100 msec)
Sensor power supply (module total)
5 V (600 mA) and 12 V (600 mA)
Connector
2x LEMO EGG.1B.307 sockets
AUX specifications
Functionality
Camera trigger, trigger input/output, acquisition clock and programmable clock output
Compatibility (Input)
LVTTL
Compatibility (Output)
LVTTL, 10 mA
Overvoltage protection
±20 V
Connector
SMB socket
Timing specifications
Input sources
IRIG code B, DC
Output signals
IRIG code B, DC
Input specification
Compatibility (DC code)
DC Level Shift TTL / CMOS Compatible
Impedance
20 kΩ
Output specification
TTL, 20 mA
Compatibility (DC code)
Adjustment range
±150 ppm
Clock acc. IRIG locked
without drift
Clock acc. IRIG unlocked
< 1 ppm
Isolation voltage
350 VDC
Connector
BNC socket
General specifications
Power consumption
5 Watt (without sensor supply)
Temperature Range
0 - 50 °C
Weight
Appr. 240 g
TRION cables
TRION-CBL-L7OE-05-00
Connector
Termination
LEMO 1B.307
open end
TRION-CBL-CAMTRG-04-00 SMB
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To synchronize a DEWE-CAM-FW-70 via an AUX socket of TRION modules
Length TRION modules
TRION-BASE,
5m
TRION-CNT-6-LEMO
TRION-BASE,
4m
TRION-TIMING
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Timing and synchronization module
Isolated IRIG input and output
Synchronization:
2 TRION-SYNC-BUS interfaces
Additional features:
8x DIO, 1x counter, 1x AUX
Dedicated Instruments
TRION-TIMING
Timing:
TRION-TIMING specifications
IRIG code A or B; AM, DC or TTL
Output signals
IRIG code B, DC
Input
specification
Input sources
Compatibility (AM code)
0.5 Vp-p to 10 Vp-p
Ratio (AM code)
3:1 ±10 %
Compatibility (DC code)
DC level shift TTL / CMOS compatible
Compatibility (TTL Code)
TTL
Impedance
20 kΩ
Output specification
TTL, 20 mA
±150 ppm
Clock accuracy IRIG locked
without drift
Clock accuracy IRIG unlocked
< 1 ppm (opt. 5 ppb)
Max. cable length (IRIG)
1000 m, cable length delay compensation available
Connector
BNC socket
Isolation voltage
350 VDC
Instruments
Compatibility (DC code)
Adjustment range
TRION-SYNC-BUS (RJ-45 with RefClk, AcquisitionClk, AcquisitionSync)
Output signals
TRION-SYNC-BUS (RJ-45 with RefClk, AcquisitionClk, AcquisitionSync)
Compatibility
LVDS (Low Voltage Differential Signal)
Sync delay
< 10 nsec
Max. cable length (TRION-SYNC-BUS)
50 m (standard CAT 6 Ethernet cable)
Connector
2 x RJ-45 socket (1 output, 1 programmable input/output)
Front-ends
Sync specifications
Input sources
Digital I/O specifications
Number of channels
8
Compatibility (input)
CMOS/TTL
Compatibility (output)
TTL, 20 mA
Overvoltage protection
±30 V
Connector
SUB-D-15 socket
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TRION-TIMING
1 SuperCounter™ or 3 digital inputs
Event counting
Basic event counting, gated counting, up/down counting and encoder mode (X1, X2 and X4)
Waveform timing
Period, frequency, pulse width, duty cycle and edge separation
Sensor modes
Encoder (angle and linear), gear tooth with/without zero, gear tooth with missing/double teeth
Input signal compatibility
CMOS/TTL
Counter resolution
32-bit
Counter time base
80 MHz
Time base accuracy
typ. 10 ppm (defined by the backplane)
Maximum input frequency
10 MHz
Overvoltage protection
±30 V permanent, 50 V peak (for 100 msec)
Sensor power supply
5 V (600 mA) and 12 V (600 mA)
Connector
On same SUB-D-15 socket as Digital I/O
Functionality
Camera trigger, trigger input/output, acquisition clock and programmable clock output
Compatibility (input)
LVTTL
Compatibility (output)
LVTTL, 10 mA
Overvoltage protection
±20 V
Connector
SMB socket
Components
AUX specifications
General specifications
Power consumption
5 W (without sensor supply)
Temperature Range
0 - 50 °C
Weight
Appr. 240 g
TRION cables
Connector
Termination
Length
TRION modules
TRION-CBL-CAMTRG-04-00
SMB
To synchronize a DEWE-CAM-FW-70 via an AUX socket of TRION modules
4m
TRION-BASE,
TRION-TIMING
DW2-CBL-SYNC-1
RJ45
RJ45
1m
TRION-TIMING
DW2-CBL-SYNC-3
RJ45
RJ45
3m
TRION-TIMING
DW2-CBL-SYNC-7
RJ45
RJ45
7m
TRION-TIMING
Software
Counter
modes
Number of channels
Signal Conditioning
Counter specifications
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Isolated SuperCounter™ module
Sampling
80 MHz time base
204.8 kS/s per channel
Input types
Event, waveform timing and sensor mode
Programmable threshold and AC/DC coupling for ideal signal adaption
TRION-CNT-6-LEMO
TRION-CNT
TRION-CNT specifications
Input channels
6 SuperCounters™ or 18 digital inputs
Counter modes
Event counting
Basic event counting, gated counting, up/down counting and encoder mode (X1, X2 and X4)
Waveform timing
Period, frequency, pulse width duty cycle and edge separation
Sensor modes
Encoder (angle and linear), Gear tooth with/without zero, gear tooth with missing/double teeth
Input signal characteristic
Compatibility
Adjustable trigger levels
Configuration
isolation (±500 VDC) for each input channel
Input coupling
DC and AC (1Hz) AC for input A only
Input impedance (ground referenced)
1 MΩ / 5 pF
Bandwidth (-3dB)
5 MHz
Trigger adjustment range
0 to 50 V
Trigger resolution
12 mV
Trigger level accuracy
±20 mV ±1% of threshold/retrigger level
Overvoltage protection
±100 V continuous
Max. DC level @AC coupling
±50 V continuous
Counter resolution
32-bit
Counter time base
80 MHz
Time base accuracy
typ. 10 ppm (defined by the backplane)
Maximum input frequency
10 MHz
Sensor power supply (per module)
5 V (600 mA) and 12 V (600 mA), not isolated
Power consumption
Typ. 5 W + excitation power
Connector
6x LEMO EGG.1B.307 sockets
Weight
Appr. 240 g
Cables for TRION-CNT modules
TRION cables
TRION-CBL-L7OE-05-00
Connector
Termination
LEMO 1B.307
open end
Length TRION modules
TRION-BASE,
5m
TRION-CNT-6-LEMO
Mating connector
Connector
Connector
LEMO-FGG.1B.307.CLAD52Z LEMO 1B.307
44
Termination
mating connector, for cable diameter 4.1 to 5.0 mm
Length
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TRION modules
TRION-CNT-6-LEMO
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48 isolated digital inputs (TRION-DIO-4800)
Sampling:
204.8 kS/s per channel
Dedicated Instruments
TRION-DIO-4800
Number of channels:
TRION-DIO-4800 specifications
48 isolated digital inputs (TRION-DIO-4800)
digital input (discrete)
Options
Connector
TRION-CB24-B
TRION-CB24-SC
TRION-CB24-B
Termination
24 channel break-out box with 4 mm banana jacks
Mini-Centronics 1 m cable, terminated with 50-pin mini-centronics plug
(two boxes needed for all 48 inputs)
24 channel screw-terminal block, unshielded
Centronics
1 m cable, terminated with 50-pin mini-centronics plug
For TRION-DIO-4800 (two blocks needed for all 48 inputs)
TRION-CB24-SC
Length TRION modules
1m
TRION-DIO-4800
1m
TRION-DIO-4800
Signal Conditioning
Options for TRION-DIO modules
Front-ends
Instruments
CMOS
Isolated input
UIN < 1.8 V
UIN > 3.2 V
< 3.5 mA
< 7 mA
< 160 nsec
3 MHz
35 V continuous (65 V peak)
100 V
250 V
5 V (600 mA), not isolated
Typ. 5 W + excitation power
2 x 50 pin mini centronics sockets
Appr.190 g
Components
Input channels
Input modes
Input signal characteristic
Compatibility
Configuration
Input low level
Input high level
Input high current @ 5 V UIN
Input high current @ 30 V UIN
Propagation delay
Bandwidth
Overvoltage protection
Isolation voltage (channel to channel)
Isolation voltage (input to output)
Sensor power supply (per module)
Power consumption
Connector
Weight
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Isolated digital input module
Software
TRION-DIO-4800
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TRION-CAN
Isolated high speed CAN interface
TRION-CAN-2-D
High speed, (low speed and single wire with optional converter)
Listen only and programmable termination
Direct interface to CPAD2 module series
TRION-CAN-4-D
Input types
TRION-CAN specifications
Input channels
2 with DSUB 9 connector (TRION-CAN-2-D)
4 with DSUB 9 connector (TRION-CAN-4-D)
Specification
CAN 2.0B
Physical layer
High Speed, (low speed and single wire with optional converter)
Listen only mode
Supported
Termination
Programmable: High Impedance or 100 Ω
Galvanic isolation
500 VDC
Bus pin fault protection
±36 V
CAN Transceiver
SNHVD235
Sensor power supply (per module)
5 V (600 mA) and 12 V (600 mA)
Power consumption
Typ. 5 W + excitation power
Connector
SUB-D-9 plug
Weight
Appr. 190 g
Options
Options
ADAP-CAN-LS-HS
ADAP-LIN-CAN
ADAP-CAN-LS-HS
DSUB-9
DSUB-9
DSUB-9, Adaptor from low-speed CAN to high-speed CAN
DSUB-9, Isolated LIN to CAN adaptor. Requests data from LIN
as a LIN-master and outputs the data to CAN
ADAP-LIN-CAN
Cables for TRION-CAN modules
TRION cables
TRION-CBL-D9OE-05-00
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Connector
DSUB-9
Termination
open end
Length TRION modules
5m
TRION-CAN-x-D
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Components
Signal Conditioning
Front-ends
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
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Automotive
Energy & Power Analysis
Aerospace & Defense
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Dedicated Instruments
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Dynamic Signal Analyzer Instruments................ 51
Combustion Analyzer Instruments..................... 55
ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems)
Test Systems.. ................................................... 57
FS (Functional Safety) Systems......................... 61
Road Load Data Instruments.. ........................... 65
Ride and Handling Instruments......................... 67
Transient Recorder Instruments.. ....................... 69
High speed Video and Data Streaming.. ............ 73
Function Generator Instruments........................ 75
Power Measurement Instruments...................... 77
Power Fault Recording Instruments.. ................. 81
Power Network Analyzer Instruments.. ............... 85
E-Mobility Instruments.. ..................................... 89
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Dedicated Instruments
The computer part of each unit is based on qualified common off-the-shelf hardware. This guarantees cost-effective
upgradeability to future generations of processors, providing a secure investment.
DEWE-DSA Dynamic Signal Analyzer
DEWE-CA
Combustion Analyzer
DEWE-CAPS
ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) Testing
DEWE-FS
Functional Safety
DEWE-RLD
Road Load Data Testing
DEWE-RAH
Ride And Handling Evaluation
DEWE-TR
Transient Recording
DEWE-STREAM
Stream Machine
DEWE-FGEN
Function Generator
DEWE-PM
Power Measurement
DEWE-PFR
Power Fault Recording
DEWE-PNA
Power Network Analyzer
DEWE-E-Mobile
E-Mobility
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Signal Conditioning
Award winning DEWESoft software and related options
are always included with any dedicated instrument and its
options.
DEWETRON dedicated instruments are
available for the following applications
Components
DEWETRON dedicated instruments are predefined configurations which meet the requirements of many applications.
Dedicated instruments offer just the level of flexibility that
is needed for a defined application. For power measurement, a selected complete system can be ordered as a
single item.
Software
Dedicated Instruments
Front-ends
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
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Energy & Power Analysis
Aerospace & Defense
Tr a n s p o r t a t i o n
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Dedicated Instruments
System Architecture at a glance
... it´s all about SyNc-clOcK™
Databus Interface
PcM, ArINc 429, 1553
EPAD modules - connected via SERIAL interface(s)
DEWE-cAM
Video
trION™ modules or
DEWE-OrION-card
rugged Pc
Digital
input
Pc
Digital
output
DEWE Modules
All analog sensors:
Strain gages
Accelerometers
Microphones
Voltage
Current
RTDs and T/C’s
Load cells
and more
Acceleration sensor
Signal
conditioning
Sensor
supply
DEWESoft
OPtION
Analog
input
OPt-PcM, etc.
cAN bus
interface
Trigger probe
counter
input
Ext.
clock
Int.
clock
IRIG or GPS Time Source
Note - either can be installed inside
the DEWETRON chassis, or remain
an external box as shown here
DEWE-CLOCK
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24 bit resolution
204.8 kS/s sampling rate per channel with
auto-switching anti-aliasing filter
Simultaneous sampling of analog channels
Synchronous counter/encoder inputs and
digital I/Os
Modal Analysis - There is a wide range of applications
in the fields of structural analysis, machinery diagnosis and
Optional synchronous CAN bus data and video
industrial acoustics. For example modal analysis is needed
from one or more cameras
in every modern construction. The measurement of system
Very powerful software
parameters, called modal parameters, is essential to predict
the behavior of a structure. These modal parameters are
needed also for mathematical models. Parameters like resonant frequency(s), structural damping, and mode shapes
are experimentally measured and calculated. DEWETRON provides a complete modal package (hard and software)
which is adapted to your application. Starting up from 8 channels used for maintenance, service and troubleshooting till up to 1000 channels used for complex structures. The easy-to-use software is suitable for professional and
occasional users.
Rotational and Torsional Vibration - Rotating machines and engines are sources of Rotational and
Torsional Vibration. Rotational vibration is a result of the change in shaft speed during one revolution and torsional
vibration is due to angular twist in the shaft or drive train which may cause fatigue. DEWETRON dynamic signal analyzers are all in one measurement instruments which enable you to observe vibration, force, strain, voltage, current,
power, CAN data, rotational and torsional vibration at the same time.
Order Tracking - Very often errors and unobvious faults on rotating machines can be seen easier during the
run up and run down. One method to analyze these conditions is order tracking. With this method you can separate
frequency components which are related to engine speed and which are related to structure.
Balancing - Another typical DSA application is balancing. It is well-known that the vibrations of the steering wheel
of a car depend on different speeds. But why? Why are some machines louder than others although they work at the
same speed? And why do vibrations on the chassis of rotating machines occur depending on certain speeds?
One of the reasons for all these phenomena is unbalance. Very often unbalance reduces the lifespan of machines,
which causes very high service costs or in some cases even the end of life of the machines. DEWETRON DSA instruments provide a very easy to use and straightforward tool for single and dual plane balancing.
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Instruments
Measurements for structural analysis,
machinery diagnosis and industrial acoustics
Front-ends
Key Features
Signal Conditioning
Noise. Vibration. Shock. Recording. These parameters
require a DSA (dynamic signal analyzer). That means that the
front-end is made exactly to interface with accelerometers
and microphones. It also means 24 bit resolution, simultaneous sampling, and anti-aliasing filtering. DEWETRON builds
analyzers for dynamic data, in a variety of form factors. There
are dedicated instruments from 4 to 48 channels and all run
the same easy-to-use software which is suitable for professional users as well as for occasional ones.
Components
DEWE-DSA ... Flexibility as needed
Software
Dynamic Signal Analyzer Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
DEWE2
Dynamic Signal Analyzer
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DSA Instruments
with TRION™
modules
Add your choice of TRION2402-x modules and software
DS-UP-TRION-BASIC-DSA to
complete these instruments
DEWE2-A4
DEWE2-A7
4
7
13
Ethernet
Ethernet
Ethernet
EPAD2
CPAD2 via TRION-CAN
EPAD2
CPAD2 via TRION-CAN
EPAD2
CPAD2 via TRION-CAN
Removable Solid State Disk (SLC type)
Hard disk
Hard disk
32 GB (up to 256 GB)
1 TB
1 TB
1 day
35 days
35 days
Typ. 40 MB/s
Typ. 90 MB/s
Typ. 90 MB/s
Display
13“ (1280 x 800)
17“ (1920 x 1080)
17“ (1920 x 1080)
Processor
Intel® Core™ i7
Intel® Core™ i7
Intel® Core™ i7
9 to 36 VDC (isolated);
incl. external AC power supply
95 to 260 VAC
add internal buffer battery
for ~ 10 min. operation and/or
DW2-UPS-150-DC (ext. battery pack)
Battery powered, 3 battery slots ,
3 batt. for ~2 hours operation included,
incl. external AC power supply,optional
external DC power supply
Battery powered, 3 battery slots 3),
3 batt. for ~2 hours operation included,
incl. external AC power supply,optional
external DC power supply
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with
prewarmed unit
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with
prewarmed unit
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with
prewarmed unit
Slots for TRION™ acquisition modules
Dynamic channel expansion
Quasi-static channel expansion
DEWE2-A13
Data storage 1)
Technology
Capacity
Typ. duration of recording
(16 ch. / 10 kS/s/ch. / 16 bit)
Gap free storing rate 2)
Main system 1)
Power supply
Standard
Optional
95 to 260 VAC
3)
Environmental
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Sine vibration (EN 60068-2-6)
Shock (EN 60028-2-27)
Random vibration (EN 60721-3-2)
-20 to +70 °C
-20 to +70 °C
-20 to +70 °C
10 to 80 % non cond.,
5 to 95 % rel. humidity
10 to 80 % non cond.,
5 to 95 % rel. humidity
10 to 80 % non cond.,
5 to 95 % rel. humidity
20 m/s²
20 m/s²
20 m/s²
30 g
15 g
15 g
Class 2M3
Class 2M2
Class 2M2
318 x 253 x 128 mm
(12.5 x 10 x 5 in.)
450 x 246 x 303 mm
(17.7 x 9.7 x 11.9 in.)
450 x 246 x 303 mm
(17.7 x 9.7 x 11.9 in.)
Typ. 5.9 kg (13 lb.)
Typ. 14 kg (31 lb.)
Typ. 15 kg (33 lb.)
Dimensions
Dimensions (W x D x H)
(without handle)
Weight without TRION™ modules
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2)
Depending on configuration (performance is different if e.g. Video data are involved and 2 or more files are written in parallel)
3)
Weight of one battery: 660 g (1.45 lb.)
1)
24 bit, high dynamic TRION™ series modules
Powerful DSA software suite
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Dynamic Signal Analyzer
16 slots for DAQP modules
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Up to 4 MPAD-TH8-x (=32 ch)
External quasi-static channel expansion
EPAD interface, up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
A/D conversion
Sampling method
Simultaneous sampling
Sampling rate
204.8 kS/s per channel
Resolution
24 bit
Digital I/O and counters
Digital I/O
8, TTL level
Counters / digital inputs
2 counters or 8 digital inputs, TTL level
Options
UP-CNT8-TTL
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Technology
Hard disk
Hard disk
Hard disk
Capacity
1000 GB
1000 GB
600 GB
Max. gap free storing to disk
Typ. 70 MB/s
Typ. 70 MB/s
Typ. 80 MB/s
Typ. duration of recording
(16 ch. / 10 kS/s/ch. / 24 bit)
17 days
17 days
10 days
15“ TFT (1280 x 800)
17“ TFT (1280 x 1024)
15“ TFT (1280 x 800)
Intel® Core™ i7
Intel® Core™ i7
Intel® Core™ i7
95 to 260 VAC
95 to 260 VAC
Battery powered, 3 battery slots 2),
3 batteries for ~2 hrs. operation incl.,
incl. external AC power supply
optional external DC power supply
Dimensions (W x D x H)
377 x 168 x 284 mm
(14.8 x 6.6 x 11.2 in.)
460 x 351 x 192 mm
(18.1 x 13.8 x 7.7 in.)
417 x 246 x 303 mm
(16.4 x 9.6 x 11.9 in.)
Weight without batteries
Typ. 8 kg (17.6 lb.)
Typ. 17 kg (37.4 lb.)
Typ. 14 kg (31 lb.)
adds 8 synchronous counter / encoder or 32 digital
inputs, TTL level
UP-CNT8-DIFF
adds 8 synchronous counter / encoder or 24 digital
inputs with programmable threshold levels (0..40 V),
input voltage range -35 to 60 V, AC/DC coupling,
8 sync. digital inputs protected up to 25 VDC, TTL
level
CAN bus option
UP-CAN-2
optional 2 high-speed CAN bus interfaces
Video input option
UP-DEWE-CAM-01
adds synchronized video picture acquisition
of up to 200 FPS (frames per second)
up to 70 fps at 640 x 480 pixel
up to 200 fps at 640 x 120 pixel
Data storage 1)
Main system 1)
Display
Processor
Power supply
Standard
Dimensions
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Software
1)
Instruments
16 slots for DAQP modules
-
Internal quasi-static temperature inputs
DEWE-2600-DSA-16
Front-ends
DEWE-5000-DSA-16
Signal Conditioning
Dynamic analog input channels
DEWE-3020-DSA-8
8 slots for DAQP modules and
8 direct inputs on Sub-d-44
Components
Only your choice of DAQP modules
is required to complete these
instruments
Dedicated Instruments
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with DAQP Modules
Isolated DAQP series
signal conditioning modules
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DSA Instruments with
voltage / IEPE inputs
Nothing is required to complete
these instruments.
DEWE-573-DSA-8
DEWE-1203-DSA-8
DEWE-3023-DSA-x
Dynamic analog input channels
8
8
DEWE-3023-DSA-4: 4 ch
DEWE-3023-DSA-8: 8 ch
DEWE-3023-DSA-12: 12 ch
Supported analog input signals
Voltage ±10 V or IEPE inputs with
sensor break detection
Voltage ±10 V or IEPE inputs with
sensor break detection
Voltage ±10 V or IEPE inputs with
sensor break detection
Up to 1 MPAD-TH8-x (=8 ch)
Up to 2 MPAD-TH8-x (=16 ch)
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Internal quasi-static temperature inputs
External quasi-static channel expansion
EPAD interface, up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
A/D conversion
Sampling method
Simultaneous sampling
Sampling rate
204.8 kS/s per channel
Resolution
24 bit
Digital I/O and counters
Digital I/O
8, TTL level
Counters / digital inputs
2 counters or 8 digital inputs, TTL level
CAN bus option
UP-CAN-2
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Solid State Disk
Solid State Disk
32 GB
32 GB
1000 GB
Max. gap free storing to disk
Typ. 40 MB/s
Typ. 40 MB/s
Typ. 70 MB/s
Typ. duration of recording
(16 ch. / 10 kS/s/ch. / 24 bit)
0.5 days
0.5 days
17 days
12“ TFT (1280 x 800)
13“ TFT (1280 x 800)
15“ TFT (1280 x 800)
Intel® Core™2 Duo
Intel® Core™2 Duo
Intel® Core™ i7
Battery powered, 2 battery slots 2),
2 batt. for ~2 hrs. operation incl.,
incl. external AC power supply
8 to 30 VDC,
incl. external AC power supply
(Optional battery pack for ~2 hrs.)
95 to 260 VAC
360 x 300 x 150 mm
(14.2 x 11.8 x 5.9 in.)
317 x 252 x 110 mm
(12.5 x 9.9 x 4.3 in.)
377 x 168 x 284 mm
(14.8 x 6.6 x 11.2 in.)
Typ. 5.5 kg (12.1 lb.)
Typ. 8 kg (17.6 lb.)
optional 2 high-speed CAN bus interfaces
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Video input option
UP-DEWE-CAM-01
adds synchronized video picture acquisition of up to 200
FPS (frames per second)
up to 70 fps at 640 x 480 pixel
up to 200 fps at 640 x 120 pixel
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not for DEWE-3023-DSA-12
Data storage 1)
Technology
Capacity
Main system
Hard disk
1)
Display
Processor
Power supply
Standard
Dimensions
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Weight of batteries
1)
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Typ. 5 kg (11 lb.)
2)
Weight of one battery: 660 g (1.45 lb.)
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There are several dedicated instruments in a variety of form
factors. The portable versions are really great for mobile testing of all types of combustion engines, such as car, truck,
ship, motorcycle, power-saw…
All systems sample each channel with up to 1 MS/s and at 16
bit resolution for precise results. A wide charge input range
from 100 to 1.000.000 pC with additional features like offset
and customized range is available to connect any pressure
sensor. Virtually any angle sensor can directly be connected
to these instruments, no matter if there is an encoder on a
test rig or if the vehicles gearwheel with missing teeth must
be used (like 60-2, 36-1 … free programmable).
ALL-IN-ONE combustion analyzer and mixed
signal data acquisition system
Crank angle and time based sampling
Direct pressure and angle sensor connection
XCP interface for acquiring ECU data
Portable/in-vehicle and test bed models
Battery powered, compact
Connectivity to AVL PUMA, KS TORNADO, ETAS
INCA …
Cold start testing, knock detection
Easy to use, short learning time
CAN, video, Ethernet and the integration within a test rig are supported, too.
The DEWETRON CA instruments support angle and time based measurements and use highly improved algorithms
for online mathematics and statistics – calculating heat release and further thermodynamic parameters. The easy to
use software ensures short learning time and offers user definable displays for convenient online view of data. Offline
calculation and the export to several file formats are included.
DEWETRON CA instruments are the optimal fit in engine research, development and optimization because of its
powerful analysis capabilities for many engine parameters and characteristics and the capability to measure synchronous additional signals beyond engine combustion. Easy expansion is possible for e.g. combined testing of
hybrid powertrains with electrical power analysis functions, sound and vibration, rotational and torsional vibration,
drivability with GPS and camera and more. DEWETRON CA instruments are flexible and powerful enough to perform
multiple measurements at once saving valuable test time and cost.
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Front-ends
Key Features
Signal Conditioning
DEWETRON Combustion Analyzer systems are used for
engine research, development and optimization as well as
for component development and testing, such as ignition
systems, exhaust systems and valve control gear.
Components
DEWE-CA ... Multi measurements and flexibility
Software
Combustion Analyzer Instruments
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
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Combustion Analyzer
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Combustion Analyzer
CA Instruments
Only your choice of DAQP modules
is required to complete these
instruments
DEWE-2600-CA2-PROF
DEWE-5000-CA2-PROF
DEWE-800-CA2-PROF
Dynamic analog input channels
8
16 slots for DAQP modules
8
16 slots for DAQP modules
8
16 slots for DAQP modules
Internal quasi-static temperature
inputs
Up to 4 MPAD-TH8-x (=32 ch)
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External quasi-static channel
expansion
EPAD interface, up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
EPAD interface, up to 16 EPAD2
modules = 128 ch
Simultaneous sampling
Simultaneous sampling
1 MS/s per channel
1 MS/s per channel
16 bit
16 bit
A/D conversion
Sampling method
Sampling rate
Resolution
Options
CA-ADD-8CH
Upgrade from 8 to 16 input channels,
1MS/s each
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CA-16CH-500KS
Changes the DEWE-xxxx-CA-PROF to 16
channels, 16 bit resolution and 500 kS/s
per channel sampling rate
Up to 8.333 RPM at 0.1° resolution with
crank angle encoder (= 500 kS/s sampling
rate per channel)
Digital I/O and counters
Digital I/O
Counters / digital inputs
8, TTL level
8, TTL level
2 counters or 8 digital inputs, TTL level
2 counters or 8 digital inputs, TTL
level
Options
UP-CNT8-TTL
adds 8 synchronous counter / encoder or 32
digital inputs, TTL level
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not in combination with MPAD
internal static temperature inputs
external connector box
ORION-CB-CNT8
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UP-CNT8-DIFF
adds 8 synchronous counter / encoder or 24
digital inputs with programmable threshold
levels (0..40 V),
input voltage range -35 to 60 V, AC/DC
coupling,
8 sync. digital inputs protected up to 25
VDC, TTL level
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not in combination with MPAD
internal static temperature inputs
external connector box
ORION-CB-CNT8
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Technology
Hard disk
Hard disk
Hard disk
Capacity
1000 GB
1000 GB
1000 GB
Typ. 80 MB/s
Typ. 70 MB/s
Typ. 70 MB/s
35 days
35 days
35 days
15“ TFT (1280 x 800)
17“ TFT (1280 x 1024)
External 17“ monitor
Intel® Core™ i7
Intel® Core™ i7
Intel® Core™ i7
Battery powered, 3 battery slots2),
3 batteries for ~2 hrs. operation incl.,
incl. external AC power supply
optional external DC power supply
95 to 260 VAC
95 to 260 VAC
Dimensions (W x D x H)
417 x 246 x 303 mm
(16.4 x 9.6 x 11.9 in.)
460 x 351 x 192 mm
(18.1 x 13.8 x 7.7 in.)
437 x 443 x 181 mm
(17.2 x 17.4 x 7.1 in.)
Weight without batteries
Typ. 14 kg (31 lb.)
Typ. 17 kg (37.4 lb.)
Typ. 12 kg (26.4 lb.)
CAN bus option
UP-CAN-2
optional 2 high-speed CAN bus interfaces
Video input option
UP-DEWE-CAM-01
adds synchronized video picture acquisition of
up to 200 FPS (frames per second)
up to 70 fps at 640 x 480 pixel
up to 200 fps at 640 x 120 pixel
Data storage 1)
Max. gap free storing to disk
Typ. duration of recording (16 ch. /
10 kS/s/ch. / 16 bit)
Main system 1)
Display
Processor
Power supply
Standard
Dimensions
1)
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2)
Weight of one battery: 660 g (1.45 lb.)
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ADAS Test Systems
MOB-DISP
GPS-ANTENNA
UTS
INP
CAN
SYN
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XCP
TS
NPU
ADMA
ECU
ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems)
Test Systems
DEWE-CAPS ... to test driver assistance systems
The DEWETRON CAPS series instruments are made for any
dynamic test of vehicles where precise position information
is required. All dynamic movements such as acceleration,
speed, position, turning speed and angle of the vehicle are
measured synchronously to analog sensors, counters, CAN
bus and video data.
There are a lot of applications such as ADAS (Advanced
Driver Assistance System) testing, LDW (Lane Departure
Warning), functional safety testing, etc. where very accurate
position information (down to 2 cm possible!) is needed.
One typical application is to test longitudinal control systems
such as ACC (Adaptive Cruise Control). These measurements are usually performed with two or more vehicles. Each
vehicle is equipped with a DEWETRON CAPS instrument
and a GeneSys ADMA GPS/INS system. The communication
link between each vehicle is WLAN. The DEWETRON data
acquisition unit synchronously records the CAN data from
the ADMA GPS/INS system and vehicles, together with data
from optional digital and analog sensors and video images
of the driver.
Key Features
Precise position, angle, distance, speed
and heading information is recorded fully
synchronized together with analog, counter,
CAN bus and video data
High accurate combined GPS and Gyro
measurement
INS/GPS system from GeneSys for six degree of freedom motion analysis
High performance differential GPS position measurement
GPS synchronized measurements from 2
vehicles with online data transfer
Easy mounting, setup, alignment and
calibration
Comparable and reproducible tests
Automated report generation for predefined
maneuvers
Safe investment, all systems can grow with
future applications
The key parameters for testing longitudinal control systems
such as ACC include the relative position, the relative velocity
and the relative heading between the leading car and the hunting car. (The ACC system to be analyzed is in operation in the hunting car.) There are also further parameters that are relevant, such as acceleration, velocity, 3D track
data, corner radius and the precise time reference. Captured video data should simultaneously be available to check
the driver status as well as the environmental conditions. Perfect synchronization of data is essential to reach the
required accuracies for relative position.
Instruments
CAN-BUS
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Signal Conditioning
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Software
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Dedicated Instruments
DEWE-CAM01
DEWETRON CAPS instruments are a safe investment! Due to their modularity they can grow with future applications.
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CAPS Instruments
Nothing is required to complete
these instruments
Analog input channels
Supported analog input signals
DEWE2-M4-CAPS
DEWE-211-CAPS-16
DEWE-510-CAPS-16
opt. TRION™ series modules
16
16
depending on used
TRION™ series modules
Voltage ±10 V or strain gauge
input via two MDAQ-SUB-STG;
by optional MSI also IEPE,
voltage ±200 V, thermocouple,
RTD and charge
Any analog signal
via appropriate DAQP module
External quasi-static channel expansion
EPAD interface, up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
A/D conversion
Sampling method
Simultaneous sampling
depending on used
TRION™ series modules
Sampling rate
Resolution
100 kS/s per channel
16 bit
Digital I/O and counters
Digital I/O
8, TTL level
Counters / digital inputs
2 counters or 8 digital inputs, TTL level
CAN bus
High-speed CAN bus interfaces
4
2
4
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Solid State Disk
Solid State Disk
Solid State Disk
32 GB
32 GB
64 GB
Typ. 40 MB/s
Typ. 40 MB/s
Typ. 40 MB/s
1 day
1 day
2 days
Video input option
UP-DEWE-CAM-01
adds synchronized video picture acquisition
of up to 200 FPS (frames per second)
up to 70 fps at 640 x 480 pixel
up to 200 fps at 640 x 120 pixel
Data storage
1)
Technology
Capacity
Max. gap free storing to disk
Typ. duration of recording (16 ch. / 10 kS/s/ch. / 16 bit)
Main system
1)
Display
External display MOB-DISP-12A External display MOB-DISP-12A External display MOB-DISP-12A
Processor
WLAN set with professional external antenna and
mounting kit, cable set for connection to GeneSys
ADMA platform
Intel® Core™ i7
Intel® Core™2 Duo
Intel® Core™2 Duo
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Power supply
Battery powered, 3 battery slots2),
2 batt. for ~2 hrs. operation incl.,
8 to 30 VDC,
incl. external AC power supply
incl. external AC power supply
(opt. battery pack for ~ 2 hrs.) and external DCDC converter for
9 .. 36 VDC input
9 to 36 VDC,
with internal buffer battery
for ~ 5 minutes
(opt. battery pack for ~ 2 hrs.)
Standard
Dimensions
Dimensions (W x D x H)
318 x 253 x 108 mm
(12.5 x 10 x 4.3 in.)
317 x 252 x 92 mm
(12.4 x 9.9 x 3.6 in.)
439 x 308 x 181 mm
(17.2 x 12.1 x 7.1 in.)
Weight without batteries
Typ. 3.9 kg (8.6 lb.)
Typ. 5 kg (11 lb.)
Typ. 8 kg (17.6 lb.)
Required sensors
Additionally required sensors
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ADAS Test Systems
an internal GPS receiver for accurate position update with WAAS- or RTKDGPS corrections;
a 32-bit processor unit that continuously calculates the angular orientation and position from internal sensor
signals and
external information (e.g. velocity sensors).
The package is implemented in strap-down-technology without moving parts and is therefore extremely robust and
resistant to shock and vibration. Additionally, all components for DGPS data generation (antennas, radio link ...) are
provided.
The calculation algorithms are optimised for dynamic vehicle tests such as slalom and circular movement and take
account of the gravitational acceleration and rotation of the earth. In addition to the integrated DGPS receiver, an
external speed signal (odometer or Correvit) can be connected in order to improve the accuracy of positional data
and heading angle stability. The extended Kalman filter merges the internal with the external sensor data to achieve
high-frequency output as well as great accuracy. In this way, positional accuracy in the centimetre range can be
obtained while the vehicle is in motion.
ADMA-G
Accelerometers
GPS
Quantity / Type
3 closed-loop fibre optic gyros
Measuring range heading / roll / pitch
± 320 °/s
Resolution heading / roll / pitch: 0.00004 °/s
0.00004 °/s
Bias variation over temperature
range better than 6 °/h, optional 1 °/h
Bias instability
typically 0.2 °/h
Gyro noise
better than 0.6 °/Öh, typ. 0.2 °/Öh
Scale factor accuracy
better than 0.1 %, typ. 0.06 %
Quantity / type: 3 servo accelerometers
Quantity / type: 3 servo accelerometers
Measuring range: ± 5 g
Measuring range: ± 5 g
Measuring accuracy better than 1 mg
Measuring accuracy better than 1 mg
Measuring resolution: 300 μg
Measuring resolution: 300 μg
Measuring accuracy
0.01 / 0.2 / 0.45 / 0.8 / 1.2 / 1.5 / 1.8 m (GPS receiver dependent)
Measuring precision
0.075 / 0.2 / 6 / 25 cm (GPS receiver dependent)
Data update rate
up to 50 msec (internally interpolated from 20 to 2.5 msec)
WAAS/EGNOS-DGPS corrections or RT2-DGPS corrections (via radio link)
Complete system
Angle measuring range heading / roll / pitch
± 180 / 60 / 60 °
Angle measuring accuracy static / dynamic
better than 0.05 ° / typical 0.1 °
Angle resolution
0.005 °
Measuring axis misalignment
< 1 mrad
Initial alignment
with internal GPS receiver or by manual input
Interface
RS 232, 115200 baud or CAN
Data update rate
50 - 400 Hz
Sync input and output
TTL, optically isolated
Event input (e.g. for lap index)
TTL, optically isolated
Input
for GPS antenna and radio link for DGPS corrections
Speed input
2 x (Vx, Vy), analog 14 bit or TTL pulse
Interface
for internal software upgrade
Power supply
selectable 12 / 24 / 48 VDC, ± 10 %, 15 Watt
Dimensions (W x L x H)
110 x 170 x 180 mm
Weight
3.0 kg
Temperature range
-20 to +60 °C
Software
Gyros
Dedicated Instruments
three servo accelerometers for determining acceleration;
Instruments
three fibre-optic gyros (unaffected by acceleration) for detecting rotational
motion;
Front-ends
The system comprises:
Signal Conditioning
The ADMA gyro system was especially developed for dynamic testing of vehicles.
The ADMA-G continuously measures both the acceleration and position in all three
axes and the pitch, roll and heading angle of a moving vehicle. The system can also
be used for the dynamic calculation of speed. The ADMA-G is the sophisticated
ADMA version with an integrated GPS receiver for highly accurate measurements.
Components
Description
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Measurement Setup of an ACC system
Both vehicles are equipped with a DEWETRON CAPS instrument and an ADMA GPS/INS system. Within the CAPS instrument, a precise 80 MHz system clock is generated and
synchronized to the atomic clock reference signal of the
GPS satellite (PPS). Dividing the system clock to multiplephase synchronous slower clocks for analogue inputs, CAN
data or video pictures ensures that all recorded data are in
perfect sync.
WLAN
Antenna
GPS-Antenna
The GPS PPS synchronization technology is also available in the ADMA system, allowing for the measurement of
any ADMA running synchronized with the GPS PPS signal.
Additionally, all ADMA data are time-tagged. As the synchronization to GPS works independently in two or more cars
GPS base
and all data is synchronized, the data transfer between the
Measurement setup of ACC (Adaptive Cruise Control) testing
cars can be achieved via an asynchronous WLAN. Through
the use of special WLAN antennae, the distance between
the two cars can range up to 400 m at a speed of 200 km/h (124 mph). Online, the DEWETRON CAPS system calculates the relative position and velocity information. The driver is able to see live measurement data displayed on
a windshield-mounted screen to ensure repeatable driving manoeuvres.
Zero latency between the measurement data leads to significantly less uncertainty of the measurement results and
dramatically reduces the effort of data preparation – time savings of up to 50 % are possible simply by eliminating
the need for post-correlation and correction.
Perfect synchronization of data is essential to reach the required accuracies for relative position. Considering a
speed of 100 km/h (62 mph) and the relative position accuracy requirement of 5 cm, the time delay of data from
car one and car two must not exceed 2ms during the complete test. Or, in other words, a time delay of 40 ms at a
speed of 100 km/h results in an error of more than 1m. (V = 100 km/h = 27.8 m/sec  27.8 m/sec * 0.04 s = 1.11
m error.)
typical report
The results of already evaluated ACC
vehicles are available in an online database, data that can save significant efforts
measuring benchmark vehicles.
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Distance history at traffic accumulation
Initial speed 180 km/h
S
reacting distance
Deceleration (m/sec 2)
The figure shows one exemplary graph where the maximum
deceleration rate of different cars was evaluated while convoy
approaching. The ACC had to adapt the initial speed of 180 km/h
(112 mph) to a final speed of 100 km/h (62 mph). It can be seen
quite clearly that the ‘green car’ reaches a critical minimum distance of approximately only 6 m to the convoy. The reaction was
slow and the braking process was induced late. It can also be
observed that the ‘blue car’ reacted slowly but one avoided a critical distance by decelerating hard – more than 3.5 m/sec², which
significantly reduces the level of comfort for the occupants.
S
min
Final speed 100 km/h
Distance (m)
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GPS-ANTENNA
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INP
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Instruments
CA
FS (Functional Safety) Systems
DEWE-FS ... to test the controllability of a vehicle
when a sensor malfunction is simulated
To test the controllability of a vehicle for proving the functional safety aspects, according to ISO26262, different driving manoeuvres with simulation of sensor malfunctions are
performed.
The DEWETRON DEWE-FS test system provides driver guidance for predefined manoeuvres and it automatically determines lane deviation or delta yaw rates during those manoeuvres. It is the first available test tool that combines synchronized measurement of all vehicle data, with high precision
position data and ABS/VDC internal data via XCP.
The system architecture ensures comparable and reproducible tests with driver guidance. Users can also record their
own manoeuvres.
The basis to calculate objective measurement results is
synchronized measurement of vastly different data from the
INS/GPS system for motion analysis and precision position
measurement, from analog sensors (voltage, acceleration,
strain, etc.), counters, CAN, FlexRay, ABS/VDC internal data
via XCP or even video.
It’s not only the feeling of the test driver anymore that defines
the criticality of the vehicle behaviour in a certain manoeuvre
or driving situation; objective measurement results support
the evaluation.
Key Features
Precise lane deviation and yaw rate are
recorded fully synchronized together with XCP,
CAN bus, analog, counter and optional video
data
Any manoeuvre can be driven either following
a marked track on the proving ground or
exclusively following the instrument display
Accurate distance to fixed objects like pylons
can easily be shown
Additional relevant information for OEMs like
accelerations or roll angle available
Highly accurate combined GPS and Gyro
measurement
Easy mounting, setup, alignment and
calibration
Comparable and reproducible tests
Safe investment, modular and scalable
Standard DEWE-FS Packages
There are three major requirements to the test system for evaluating the controllability of a vehicle when a malfunction of a sensor is simulated:
Accurate position determination
Accurate yaw rate measurement
Synchronisation of position and yaw rate with XCP, CAN and other data
Front-ends
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Signal Conditioning
S
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L IN
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DIG
CAN
SYN
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XCP
Components
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Software
OG
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16 A
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Dedicated Instruments
DEWE-CAM01
DEWE2
MOB-DISP
To perfectly fulfil these requirements each DEWE-FS system is comprised of a DEWETRON synchronous mixed signal
measurement instrument and a GPS/INS sensor.
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DEWE-FS-PACKAGE-S
Basic instrument
DEWE-FS-PACKAGE-M
DEWE2-M4
DEWE2-A4
CAN Interfaces
4
Analog input channels
Optional TRION™ series modules
Max. Sampling rate
Sampling method
Resolution
Depending on used TRION™ series modules
Filter
Supported analog input signals
XCP
on Ethernet
Digital I/O
8, TTL level
Counters / digital inputs
2 advanced counters, 8 digital inputs, TTL level
Battery power
Monitor
~2 hours by stackable battery pack (option)
External monitor MOB-DISP-12-A
Storage device
Power supply
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Weight without TRION™ modules
Operating temperature
Internal 13“ screen
64 GB SSD
9 to 36 VDC,
with internal buffer battery
for ~ 5 minutes
(opt. battery pack for ~ 2 hrs.)
9 to 36 VDC,
with internal buffer battery
for ~ 5 minutes
(opt. battery pack for ~ 2 hrs.)
317 x 252 x 108 mm (12.5 x 9.9 x 4.3 in.)
317 x 252 x 128 mm (12.5 x 9.9 x 5 in.)
typ. 3.9 kg (8.6 lbs)
typ. 5.9 kg (13 lb.)
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with prewarmed unit
Storage temperature
-20 to +70 °C
Humidity
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Vibration
EN 60068-2-6, EN 60721-3-2 class 2M3
Shock
EN 60068-2-27
Sensor
ADMA-G-EL, RT2, RF modem
Position accuracy
2 cm
Measuring range angular rates
±100 °/s
Bias variation over temperature range
< 180 °/h
Data update rate
60 Hz
Accelerations
< 5 mg
Angles
< 0.4 °
Slip angle
optional
Speed
0.1 km/h
DGPS RF modem
included
Options
Additional analog inputs
up to 16
Slip angle
Option ADMA-G-SSA
DGPS base station
optional
GPS and GLONASS
option per ADMA and base station
GPS SYNC pulse
Output ADMA
Flexray
int. FlexRay incl. software
CANoe
External monitor
Battery
not possible
included
optional MOB-DISP-12-A
DW2-UPS-150-DC, stackable 130 W UPS with 2 slots for batteries
Synchronized VIDEO
DEWE-CAM-01
Absolute limits of instrument
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Max. analog inputs
16
16
Max. CAN interfaces
12
12
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DEWE-512
4
4
8
16
100 kS/s per channel
Simultaneous sampling
16 bit
5 Filter frequencies: 30, 100, 300 Hz, 1k, 10 kHz and Bypass
Voltage up to ±50 V, galvanically isolated
any other signals by extra modules, user installation
on Ethernet
8, TTL level
2 advanced counters or 8 digital inputs, TTL level
~3 hours by internal batteries
External monitor MOB-DISP-12-A
1 TB rugged removable harddisk
1 TB harddisk
Battery power supply with UPS function,
18 .. 24 VDC non-isolated input,
3 slots for hot-swappable batteries, 3 batteries for appr. 3 hours
operation included,
external DC/DC converter DEWE-DCDC-24-300-ISO for isolated 9 ..
36 VDC input included,
external AC power supply included
Battery power supply with UPS function,
18 .. 24 VDC non-isolated input,
3 slots for hot-swappable batteries, 3 batteries for appr. 3 hours
operation included,
external DC/DC converter DEWE-DCDC-24-300-ISO for isolated 9 ..
36 VDC input included,
external AC power supply included
417 x 246 x 303 mm (16.4 x 9.6 x 11.9 in.)
439 x 308 x 181 mm (17.3 x 12.1 x 7.1 in.)
typ. 14 kg (31 lb.)
typ. 8 kg ( 17.6 lb.)
0 to +45 °C, down to -20 °C with prewarmed unit
-20 to +70 °C
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
EN 60068-2-6, EN 60721-3-2 class 2M2
ADMA-G, RT, RF, Sync, Glo
2 cm
±320 °/s
< 6 °/h
400 Hz
< 1 mg
< 0.1°
< 0.1°
0.1 km/h
included
8
16
included
optional
included
included
Flexray PCI card incl. software
internal Flexray incl. software
not possible
incl. installation of VN7600
optional MOB-DISP-12-A
included
DEWE-CAM-01
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Components
Signal Conditioning
EN 60068-2-27
Software
Internal 15“ screen
Dedicated Instruments
DEWE-2600
Instruments
DEWE-FS-PACKAGE-XL
Front-ends
DEWE-FS-PACKAGE-L
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The Application
During a normal driving situation like straight line driving a sensor malfunction is simulated. The test system records
the relevant parameters like lane deviation, yaw rate, etc. and displays them online.
CONFIGURATION
PHASE
Sensor malfunction simulation
ARM
MEASUREMENT
CONSTANT
PHASE
TRIGGER
DYNAMIC
PHASE
STOP
STORING
ANALYZE
PHASE
Typical manoeuvres:
Straight line
Steady circle
ISO lane change
Slalom
Dog curve (straight line passing into a circle with changing radius)
Typical straight line test
Typical steady circle test
Special feature:
All manoeuvres can be driven either following a marked track on the proving ground or exclusively following the
instrument display (“playstation mode”).
If there is e.g. a marked circle on the proving ground the system can chart this circle and use it for the calculations.
If there is no marking available or difficult to install (e.g. on an iced lake) the DEWE-FS systems enable the user to
freely drive a manoeuvre. If the car is in a steady condition for 3 seconds the system is able to accurately predict
the path, e.g. a circle, and then to determine the deviation from this calculated path.
There is even a procedure to place the cones for an ISO lane change test supported
by the high precision GPS antenna to significantly safe time.
Reports:
Either the online screens are printed out or
further analysis can be done.
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Road Load Data Instruments
DEWE-RLD ... One system for in-vehicle and test rig
100 S/s to 102.4 kS/s per channel
sample rates (binary sampling rates
such as 409.6 Hz possible)
Universal inputs (voltage, acceleration,
strain, etc.)
Synchronized acquisition of data from
Kistler RoaDyn ® measurement wheels
Up to 8 CAN bus interfaces
Export to different file formats
(supports RPC III)
Realtime analog output for test rig application
All DEWETRON Road Load Data instruments offer high quality
analog inputs with 22 bit resolution and anti-aliasing filters.
Realtime mathematics
Practical functions include sensor balance and shunt sensor
calibration for the bridge/strain gauge inputs. The system can
fast-check all inputs or inputs groups for errors. During the data acquisition, the overload display gives an overview
of all recorded signals. As various sensors are used, the analog inputs are universal inputs, natively supporting
voltage, current and bridge type (full, half and quarter) sensors. Via optional MSI (Modular Smart Interfaces) ICP®
sensors, thermocouples, Pt100 to Pt1000 and charge measurements can be done as well. A powerful sensor database and TEDS support are integrated into the software. Besides the analog data also CAN bus and digital status
information or counters have to be acquired. DEWETRON RLD systems guarantee the synchronous measurement of
all these different types of signals, including video and GPS acquisition of data.
The thorough synchronization of all these signals results in a high-quality data. However, other important considerations are the size of the equipment, or the ease of use. DEWETRON is a clear winner in these categories.
For testbed simulation the acquired data is exported to RPC III file format and then replayed on the test rig. As an
option, some DEWETRON RLD instruments even can be equipped with a real time analog output and used on the
test rig, too.
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Signal Conditioning
22 bit aliasing free sampling
Components
There is a nice choice of standard models which can be
ordered as a single item. The most compact system DEWE211-RLD is 32 x 25 x 9 cm (12.4” x 9.9” x 3.6”) in size, about
5 kg (11 lbs) light and offers 16 universal analog inputs, two
counters, 16 digital inputs and 2 CAN bus interfaces, as well
as support for Kistler RoaDyn ® 2000 wheels over Ethernet.
Further standard instruments with 64 up to 128 analog inputs
and 4 to 8 CAN interfaces are available.
Key Features
Software
The DEWETRON RLD series offers many possibilities for
testing the reliability of various vehicle components. The systems are compatible with most sensors (e.g. synchronized
to Kistler RoaDyn ® 2000 measurement wheels) while having
a very efficient offline set-up. High-quality data acquisition is
guaranteed in the shortest amount of time possible.
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
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RLD Instruments
Nothing is required to complete
these instruments
DEWE-211-RLD-16
DEWE-501-RLD-64
DEWE-2601-RLD-64
Dynamic analog input channels
16
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Supported analog input signals
Voltage ±10 V or strain gauge
input via two MDAQ-SUB-STG;
by optional MSI also IEPE,
voltage ±200 V, thermocouple,
RTD and charge
Voltage ±10 V or strain gauge
input via two MDAQ-SUB-STG;
by optional MSI also IEPE,
voltage ±200 V, thermocouple,
RTD and charge
Voltage ±10 V or strain gauge
input via two MDAQ-SUB-STG;
by optional MSI also IEPE,
voltage ±200 V, thermocouple,
RTD and charge
External quasi-static channel expansion
EPAD interface, up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
A/D conversion
Sampling method
Simultaneous sampling
Sampling rate
102.4 kS/s per channel
Resolution
22 bit
Options
RLD-AOUT-64
Real time +-5V conditioned signal output
consists of four SUB-D-37 sockets (one per 16
channels)
and four filter boards MDAQ-FILT-5-BU
DEWE-501-PCI-RLD-64
DEWE-501-RLD-64 expansion for a total of 128
channels
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Digital I/O and counters
Digital I/O
8, TTL level
Counters / digital inputs
2 counters or 8 digital inputs, TTL level
CAN bus
High-speed CAN bus interfaces
2
4
4
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

Solid State Disk
Solid State Disk
Hard disk
32 GB
64 GB
600 GB
Max. gap free storing to disk
Typ. 40 MB/s
Typ. 40 MB/s
Typ. 80 MB/s
Typ. duration of recording
(16 ch. / 10 kS/s/ch. / 22 bit)
0.5 days
1 day
10 days
-
-
15“ TFT (1280 x 800)
Intel® Core™2 Duo
Intel® Core™2 Duo
Intel® Core™ i7
Video input option
UP-DEWE-CAM-01
adds synchronized video picture acquisition
of up to 200 FPS (frames per second)
up to 70 fps at 640 x 480 pixel
up to 200 fps at 640 x 120 pixel
Data storage 1)
Technology
Capacity
Main system 1)
Display
Processor
Power supply
Standard
8 to 30 VDC,
incl. external AC power supply
(Optional battery pack for ~2
hrs.)
Battery powered, 2 battery slots Battery powered, 3 battery slots
2)
2)
,
,
2 batt. for ~2 hrs. operation incl., 3 batt. for ~2 hrs. operation incl.,
incl. external AC power supply
incl. external AC power supply
optional external DC power
optional external DC power
supply
supply
Dimensions
Dimensions (W x D x H)
317 x 252 x 92 mm
(12.4 x 9.9 x 3.6 in.)
Weight without batteries
Typ. 5 kg (11 lb.)
1)
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2)
439 x 209 x 181 mm
(17.2 x 8.2 x 7.1 in.)
417 x 246 x 303 mm
(16.4 x 9.6 x 11.9 in.)
Typ. 6 kg (13.2 lb.)
Typ. 14 kg (31 lb.)
Weight of one battery: 660 g (1.45 lb.)
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Up to now, the data obtained from different sensors and
sensor systems could only be correlated with major error tolerances and in most cases only in post analysis. New syncclock technology by DEWETRON is used for the mixed signal
recorder unit together with sensor systems and sensors from
many vendors. Having automatically all data synchronized
including video and voice data, makes data analysis and processing faster and easier than ever. This brings a whole new
level of understanding and comparing test results.
Key Features
Guaranteed compatibility of the complete
system including sensors; e.g. synchronized
acquisition of data from Kistler RoaDyn ®
measurement wheels
Synchronized universal inputs (voltage,
acceleration, strain, etc.) without phase errors
Up to 100 kS/s per channel sample rate (binary
sampling rates such as 409.6 Hz possible)
Up to 8 CAN bus interfaces
Realtime mathematics
Software
The DEWETRON RAH instruments offer a rugged and portable design for in-vehicle use and fulfill the requirement of
high channel counts for vehicle dynamics investigations. The
systems cover a wide range of analog input types e.g. voltage, strain, acceleration, current, charge, sound, potentiometer, resistor, temperature, etc. as well as GPS, Video, CAN,
OBD II, XCP, counter and digital I/O.
Signal Conditioning
DEWE-RAH ... Objective data analysis
Components
Ride and Handling Instruments
Front-ends
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
DEWE2
Ride and Handling
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RAH Instruments
Nothing is required to complete
these instruments
Dynamic analog input channels
Supported analog input signals
DEWE-211-RAH-16
DEWE-501-RAH-64
DEWE-2601-RAH-64
16
64
64
Voltage ±10 V or strain gauge
Voltage ±10 V or strain gauge
Voltage ±10 V or strain gauge
input via two MDAQ-SUB-STG; input via two MDAQ-SUB-STG; input via two MDAQ-SUB-STG;
by optional MSI also IEPE,
by optional MSI also IEPE,
by optional MSI also IEPE,
voltage ±200 V, thermocouple, voltage ±200 V, thermocouple, voltage ±200 V, thermocouple,
RTD and charge
RTD and charge
RTD and charge
External quasi-static channel expansion
EPAD interface, up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
A/D conversion
Sampling method
Simultaneous sampling
Sampling rate
100 kS/s per channel
Resolution
16 bit
Options
DEWE-501-PCI-RAH-64
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DEWE-501-RAH-64 expansion for a total of 128 channels
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Digital I/O and counters
Digital I/O
8, TTL level
Counters / digital inputs
2 counters or 8 digital inputs, TTL level
CAN bus
High-speed CAN bus interfaces
2
4
4



Solid State Disk
Solid State Disk
Hard disk
32 GB
64 GB
600 GB
Typ. 40 MB/s
Typ. 40 MB/s
Typ. 80 MB/s
1 day
2 days
20 days
-
-
15“ TFT (1280 x 1024)
Intel® Core™2 Duo
Intel® Core™2 Duo
Intel® Core™ i7
Video input option
UP-DEWE-CAM-01
adds synchronized video picture acquisition
of up to 200 FPS (frames per second)
up to 70 fps at 640 x 480 pixel
up to 200 fps at 640 x 120 pixel
Data storage 1)
Technology
Capacity
Max. gap free storing to disk
Typ. duration of recording (16 ch. / 10 kS/s/ch. / 16 bit)
Main system 1)
Display
Processor
Power supply
8 to 30 VDC,
incl. external AC power supply
(Optional battery pack for ~2
hrs.)
Standard
Battery powered, 2 battery slots 2), Battery powered, 3 battery slots 2),
2 batt. for ~2 hrs. operation incl., 3 batt. for ~2 hrs. operation incl.,
incl. external AC power supply
incl. external AC power supply
and external DCDC converter
and external DCDC converter
for 9 .. 36 VDC input
for 9 .. 36 VDC input
Dimensions
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Weight without batteries
1)
Please find current specifications in the latest price list
2)
317 x 252 x 92 mm
(12.4 x 9.9 x 3.6 in.)
439 x 209 x 181 mm
(17.2 x 8.2 x 7.1 in.)
417 x 246 x 303 mm
(16.4 x 9.6 x 11.9 in.)
Typ. 5 kg (11 lb.)
Typ. 6 kg (13.2 lb.)
Typ. 14 kg (31 lb.)
Weight of one battery: 660 g (1.45 lb.)
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For sampling rates up to 1 MS/s per channel data is directly
stored to the hard disk all the time. You just start the data
storage before the test and stop it afterwards. This way there
is no stress for the test engineer about the right trigger setup
and it works for up to 64 channels sampled at 1 MS/s each.
Key Features
High channel count, up to 64 channels per
system
Simultaneous sampling of analog channels and
liked systems
Sampling rates from 1 MS/s to 200 MS/s per
channel
Hardware trigger functions
Huge acquisition memory up to 2 GS per card
Of course running such measurement for a long time results
Easy to use and powerful software
in huge amount of data, e.g. 64 channels at 1 MS/s each for
1 minute is almost 8 GB of data. DEWETRON addressed this
fact by inventing a super fast data reload technology. It is a
matter of seconds to reload the data file and then you just cut out the area of interest for analysis and archiving.
This new kind of Transient Recorders use only short buffer memory on the A/D cards, a hardware trigger is still
available.
For higher sampling rates up to 200 MS/s per channel still large onboard memory directly on the A/D cards is offered.
DEWETRON offers a nice range of cards with 128 MS standard memory and options up to 2 GS. All these cards are
hardware triggered and then record data to their memory. After recording data is downloaded to the systems hard
disk for permanent storage. All these cards also can be used in the stream to disk mode for data rates up to 180
MByte/s.
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Signal Conditioning
The fast streaming to disk capabilities of DEWETRON systems
define the transient recording application in a new way.
Components
DEWE-TR ... Streaming machine that fits
Software
Transient Recorder Instruments
Front-ends
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
DEWE2
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Transient Recorder
TR Instruments
Only your choice of AD boards is required
to complete these instruments
DEWE-80x-TR
DEWE-302x-TR
800
801
3020
3021
16
-
8
-
Direct analog input channels
(BNC connectors, max.)
-
32
-
16
Number of DEWE-ORION-0816-1000 A/D cards
(max.)
5
5
2
2
Number of M2i series A/D cards (max.)
2
5
2
2
Conditioned analog input channels via DAQPmodules (max.)
Internal quasi-static temperature inputs
(with DEWE-ORION-0816-1000 A/D cards only)
-
External quasi-static channel expansion
(with DEWE-ORION-0816-1000 A/D cards only)
Data storage
-
EPAD interface, up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
1)
Technology
Hard disk
Capacity
Hard disk
1000 GB
1000 GB
Max. gap free storing to disk
Typ. 70 MB/s
Typ. 70 MB/s
Typ. duration of recording
(16 ch. / 10 kS/s/ch. / 16 bit)
35 days
35 days
External 17” monitor
15” TFT (1280 x 800)
Intel Core™ i7
Intel® Core™ i7
95 to 260 VAC
95 to 260 VAC
437 x 443 x 181 mm
(17.2 x 17.4 x 7.1 in.)
377 x 168 x 284 mm
(14.8 x 6.6 x 11.2 in.)
Typ. 12 kg (26.4 lb.)
Typ. 8 kg (17.6 lb.)
Main system
1)
Display
Processor
®
Power supply
Standard
Dimensions
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Weight without batteries
1)
Please find current specifications in the latest price list
2)
Weight of one battery: 660 g (1.45 lb.)
A/D boards
A/D board
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Number of
analog
input channels
Input resolution
Sample rate
per channel
Sample
rate total
Standard
on-board memory
(total)
Memory
consumption
Recording
duration
(128 MS memory)
Recording
duration
(2 GS memory)
ORION-0816-100x
8
16 bit
1 MS/s
8 MS/s
-
16 MB/s
ORION-1616-1000
16
16 bit
1 MS/s
16 MS/s
-
32 MB/s
Stream to disk
M2I.3121
4
12 bit
10 MS/s
40 MS/s
128 Msamples
80 MB/s
3.2 s
M2I.3122
8
12 bit
10 MS/s
80 MS/s
128 Msamples
160 MB/s
1.6 s
25.6 s
M2I.3131
4
12 bit
25 MS/s
100 MS/s
128 Msamples
200 MB/s
1.28 s
20.48 s
M2I.3132
8
12 bit
25 MS/s
200 MS/s
128 Msamples
400 MB/s
0.64 s
10.24 s
M2I.3024
2/4
12 bit
100/50 MS/s
200 MS/s
128 Msamples
400 MB/s
0.64 s
10.24 s
M2I.3026
1/2/4
12 bit
200/100/50 MS/s
200 MS/s
128 Msamples
400 MB/s
0.64 s
10.24 s
M2I.4022
4
14 bit
20 MS/s
80 MS/s
128 Msamples
160 MB/s
1.6 s
25.6 s
M2I.4032
4
14 bit
50 MS/s
200 MS/s
128 Msamples
400 MB/s
0.64 s
10.24 s
M2I.4642
8
16 bit
1 MS/s
8 MS/s
128 Msamples
16 MB/s
16 s
256 s
M2I.4651
4
16 bit
3 MS/s
12 MS/s
128 Msamples
24 MB/s
10.66 s
170.66 s
M2I.4652
8
16 bit
3 MS/s
24 MS/s
128 Msamples
48 MB/s
5.33 s
85.33 s
M2I.4931
8
16 bit
30 MS/s
240 MS/s
128 Msamples
480 MB/s
0.53 s
8.53 s
Stream to disk
51.2 s
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5000
5001
16
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16
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64
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32
8
8
5
5
2
5
4
4
Up to 4 MPAD-TH8-x (=32 ch)
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EPAD interface, up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
Hard disk
Hard disk
600 GB
1000 GB
Typ. 80 MB/s
Typ. 70 MB/s
20 days
35 days
15” TFT (1280 x 800)
17” TFT (1280 x 1024)
Intel Core™ i7
Intel® Core™ i7
Battery powered, 3 battery slots 2),
3 batteries for ~2 hrs. operation incl.,
incl. external AC power supply
optional external DC power supply
95 to 260 VAC
417 x 246 x 303 mm
(16.4 x 9.6 x 11.9 in.)
460 x 351 x 192 mm
(18.1 x 13.8 x 7.7 in.)
Typ. 14 kg (31 lb.)
Typ. 17 kg (37.4 lb.)
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High-speed monitoring of a welding process
Software
Components
DEWETRON transient recorders
with DAQP modules offer fast sampling and great isolated signal conditioning for demanding measurements. A good example is monitoring of a welding process, where
additional high-speed video is also
a great feature.
Dedicated Instruments
2601
Instruments
2600
Front-ends
DEWE-500x-TR
Signal Conditioning
DEWE-260x-TR
DEWE2
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Configurations
All DEWE-xx0-TR systems are prepared for DAQP signal conditioning modules. DAQP series modules are dynamic
isolation amplifiers with high bandwidth up to 700 kHz. The electrical isolation of the signal inputs makes our DAQP
modules almost indestructible, and users do not need to be specialists, or worry about details like common mode
voltage, ground loops or DUT (Device Under Test) influences. Just connect the signal – be it voltage, pressure,
acceleration, force, torque, current etc. – and measure. DAQP modules offer single channel modularity and can be
interchanged or added at any time by the user.
The basic models do not include an A/D card yet. So to complete these systems one or more A/D cards and your
choice of DAQP modules are required.
All DEWE-xx1-TR systems are prepared for direct voltage input to the A/D cards. BNC sockets are already foreseen
and only one ore more A/D cards are required to complete these systems.
Optional all DEWE-xx1-TR systems accept MDAQ modules to add signal conditioning. MDAQ series modules are
dynamic differential amplifiers with high bandwidth up to 300 kHz. MDAQ modules are factory installed.
Example Systems
DEWE-2601-TR front view
DEWE-2601-TR
Most popular system, 32 channels at 1 MS/s each
DEWE-5001-TR
High speed system,
32 channels at 25 MS/s each
DEWE-3020-TR
Very popular system,
8 channels at 1 MS/s each with
isolated signal conditioning
DEWE-801-TR with 32 channels at 1 MS/s each
DEWE-801-TR with 32 channels at 1 MS/s each
Transient Recorder network with 64 channels at 1 MS/s
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SYNC
ETHERNET
Front-ends
High speed Video and Data Streaming
Gap-free storing of up to 100 MS/s
Additionally we can also add synchronous high speed
video (up to 500 000 frames/s) to the acquired data.
All these systems offer either a direct voltage input, or
a range of isolated amplifiers, including the HSI series
with HSI-LV (low voltage), HSI-HV (high voltage), HSI-STG
(strain gauge), providing an analog bandwidth of up to 2
MHz, to support high speed applications.
Almost unlimited recording length
Synchronous high speed video up to 500 000 fps
Isolated amplifiers with 2 MHz bandwidth
Post processing options
Export to different file formats (.txt, .mat, .xls)
Easy to use software
Applications
Power train
Paper mill
Combustion engine
Belt drive
Engine test bench
Power plant testing and monitoring
Signal Conditioning
Sampling rates up to 100 MS/s
Components
All DEWETRON instruments are able to acquire 5 GB/
minute continuously, and dedicated DEWETRON transient
systems can capture up to 11 GB/minute, where only
the HDD size is the limitation of your recording length.
Triggering can be set, but to ensure you don’t miss your
one time event, you simply press the RECORD button and
after the event, STOP recording, and zoom into the area of
interest. Carefree data acquisition is what we call it.
Key Features
Examination of rotating field
High voltage equipment
Software
More and more applications require high sampling rates,
but due to computer processing and bus limitations, in the
past, special AD cards with large on board memories had
to be used, and with these ‘scope-like’ cards, only triggered blocks of data could be captured, so if the trigger
was not set correctly the event could be lost for ever!
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
DEWE2
High speed video and data streaming
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DEWE-2600 Stream Machines
2600 Series
Max. sampling
Resolution
Max.
rate/channel
[bit]
channels
[MS/s]
Input type
Cards
Data rate
Typical
[MB/s] recording time
Voltage inputs
DEWE-2601-1
1
16
80
Voltage ±1.25 mV … ±10 V, SE
5
160
3h
DEWE-2601-3
3
16
32
Voltage ±50 mV … ±10 V, DIFF
4
192
2.5 h
DEWE-2601-10
10
14
8
Voltage ±1.25 mV … ±10 V, DIFF
2
160
3h
DEWE-2601-20
20
14
4
Voltage ±1.25 mV … ±10 V, DIFF
2
160
3h
DEWE-2600-1
1
16
16
HSI-Series
1
32
16 h
DEWE-2600-3
3
16
16
HSI-Series
2
96
5h
DEWE-2600-10
10
14
8
HSI-Series
2
160
3h
DEWE-2600-20
20
14
4
HSI-Series
2
160
3h
Input type
Cards
Isolated inputs
DEWE-3020 Stream Machines
3020 Series
Max. sampling
Resolution
Max.
rate/channel
[bit]
channels
[MS/s]
Data rate
Typical
[MB/s] recording time
Voltage inputs
DEWE-3021-1
1
16
16
Voltage ±1.25 mV … ±10 V, SE
1
32
16 h
DEWE-3021-3
3
16
16
Voltage ±50 mV … ±10 V, DIFF
1
48
10 h
DEWE-3021-10
10
14
4
Voltage ±1.25 mV … ±10 V, DIFF
1
80
6h
DEWE-3021-20
20
14
2
Voltage ±1.25 mV … ±10 V, DIFF
1
80
6h
DEWE-3020-1
1
16
8
HSI-Series
1
32
16 h
DEWE-3020-3
3
16
8
HSI-Series
1
48
10 h
DEWE-3020-10
10
14
4
HSI-Series
1
80
6h
DEWE-3020-20
20
14
2
HSI-Series
1
80
6h
Input type
Cards
Isolated inputs
DEWE-800 Stream Machines
800 Series
Max. sampling
Resolution
Max.
rate/channel
[bit]
channels
[MS/s]
Data rate
Typical
[MB/s] recording time
Voltage inputs
DEWE-801-1
1
16
48
Voltage ±1.25 mV … ±10 V, SE
3
96
5h
DEWE-801-3
3
16
24
Voltage ±50 mV … ±10 V, DIFF
3
144
3.5 h
DEWE-801-10
10
14
8
Voltage ±1.25 mV … ±10 V, DIFF
2
160
3h
DEWE-801-20
20
14
4
Voltage ±1.25 mV … ±10 V, DIFF
2
160
3h
DEWE-800-1
1
16
16
HSI-Series
1
32
16 h
DEWE-800-3
3
16
16
HSI-Series
2
96
5h
DEWE-800-10
10
14
4
HSI-Series
1
80
6h
DEWE-800-20
20
14
2
HSI-Series
1
80
6h
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Function Generator Instruments
DEWE-FGEN ... Glitch-free arbitrary signal generation
Fixed frequency mode: All channels use the same
frequency with 0.1 mHz resolution
Each channel with 16-bit D/A converter for
simultaneous signal output
Sweep mode: Useful for testing electronic circuits like
filters as well as automated modal analysis
Up to 1 MS/s output rate,
SNR >80 dB, THD < 0.05 %
Burst mode: Testing response characteristics of
systems under modal test
Fixed frequency, lin/log SWEEP, BURST, CHIRP,
STEP SINUS
Stepped sine mode: A special procedure for modal
testing
Sine, square, triangle, ramp, noise, bandwidth
noise
There are numerous functions available for each mode,
including frequency, operation mode, timing, control, and
more. You can define each channel individually to any of the
available types, including sine, triangular, rectangular, saw,
white noise or trigger. The amplitude, offset and phase can
also be defined for each channel.
Programmable START - STEP - STOP
Smooth frequency and amplitude change (for
shaker excitation)
Signal generation start/stop can be with half sine window, so the amplitude will not rise to full amplitude immediately,
but within a certain time which ensures that the systems under test don´t suffer from impact shock. The same graceful and gradual shutdown can also occur when you press STOP on the DEWETRON FGEN instrument. The start and
stop of signal generation can be controlled manually or automatically.
It´s not just the start and stop which are graceful, it is equal crucial that changes to the output during operation happen without a single glitch in the signal, and over a predefined period of time. All generated channels are available
as virtual channels within the software, so they can be used within MATH functions, trigger setups, and more.
Such a powerful and glitch free function generator is invaluable in laboratory testing of electronic circuits, power
amplifiers, filters and so on. Also it provides a great base for calibration procedures. The sheer number of channels
allows you to test delays and phase errors.
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Signal Conditioning
Arbitrary signal generation and replay of
measured data
Components
Available modes are:
Key Features
Software
The DEWE-FGEN instruments are full-featured glitch free
function generators with up to 16 signal outputs.
Front-ends
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
DEWE2
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FGEN Instruments
Only one FGEN option is required to
complete these instruments
DEWE-801-FGEN
Number of simultaneous signal output channels
DEWE-5001-FGEN
4 / 8 / 16
Analog output
Output method
Simultaneous output
Output rate
Up to 1 MS/s per channel
Resolution D/A converter
16 bit
Programmable amplitude
From ±1 mV to ±10 V
Frequency resolution
0.1 mHz
Frequency stability
2 ppm
Programmable phase shift
Down to 0.05°C
FGEN options (one option must be chosen)
OPT-FGEN-4
4 channel function generator option
One 4 channel D/A card, watchdog for protected start and stop of the FGEN

OPT-FGEN-8
8 channel function generator option
One 8 channel D/A card, watchdog for protected start and stop of the FGEN

OPT-FGEN-16
16 channel function generator option
Two 8 channel D/A cards, watchdog for protected start and stop of the FGEN
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Functions
Fixed frequency, lin/log SWEEP, BURST, CHIRP, STEP SINUS
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Sine, square, triangle, ramp, noise, bandwidth noise
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Replay of measured data and arbitrary signal generation

Programmable START - STEP - STOP

Protected START and STOP (watchdog)

Smooth frequency and amplitude change (for shaker excitation)

Analog replay function

Data storage 1)
Technology
Hard disk
Capacity
1000 GB
Main system 1)
Display
-
17“ TFT (1280 x 1024)
Intel® Core™ i7
Processor
Power supply
Standard
95 to 260 VAC
Optional (800-DC-12V / 5000-DC-12V)
9 to 18 VDC (no internal battery)
incl. external AC adaptor
Optional (800-DC-24V / 5000-DC-24V)
18 to 36 VDC (no internal battery)
incl. external AC adaptor
Dimensions
Dimensions (W x D x H)
437 x 443 x 181 mm
(17.2 x 17.4 x 7.1 in.)
460 x 351 x 192 mm
(18.1 x 13.8 x 7.7 in.)
Weight
Typ. 12 kg (26.4 lb.)
Typ. 17 kg (37.4 lb.)
1)
Please find current specifications in the latest price list
Setup screen of
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Beside the calculation of power for the fundamental oscillation and all signals, questions of harmonics, symmetries,
flickers and start-up processes arise.
Switching frequencies of drive mechanisms having several
kHz require sampling rates of several hundred kHz and analog
bandwidths of input amplifiers. The demand of preciseness is
far below 0.1 % and this should preferably be the case in the
entire frequency spectrum and amplification range.
Applications
Wideband power analysis
Engine test benches
Transformer tests
RPM (rotation per minute) and torque
measurement
Determination of efficiency factor
Harmonics analysis
Record of dynamic processes
Streaming up to 1 Msamples/s
Examination of rotating field
Hybrid cars and alternative drive systems
Software
In times of power electronics power measurement is not only
a multiplication of current and voltage but primarily an analysis of interfering high-frequency and broadband signals.
Sinusoidal qualities, as once electric current and voltage, are
displaced by pulse packages; power ratings do not have only
50 or 60 Hz any longer.
Signal Conditioning
DEWE-PM ... Flexible and scalable
Components
Power Measurement Instruments
Front-ends
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
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PM Instruments
Nothing is required to complete these instruments.
Dynamic analog input channels
DEWE-820-PM-100
DEWE-2600-PM-100
DEWE-5000-PM-100
DEWE-820-PM-100-8: 8
DEWE-820-PM-100-16: 16
DEWE-2600-PM-100-8: 8
DEWE-2600-PM-100-16: 16
DEWE-5000-PM-100-8: 8
DEWE-5000-PM-100-16: 16
Included DAQP modules at 8 channel units
4x DAQP-HV and 4x DAQP-LV-D
Included DAQP modules at 16 channel units
8x DAQP-HV and 8x DAQP-LV-D
External quasi-static channel expansion
EPAD interface, up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
A/D conversion
Sampling method
Simultaneous sampling
Sampling rate / channel
100 kS/s
Resolution
16 bit
Digital I/O and counters
Digital I/O, TTL level
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Counters or digital inputs, TTL level
(1 counter equals 4 digital inputs)
2 /8
Options
UP-CNT8-TTL
adds 8 synchronous counter / encoder or 32 digital inputs, TTL level
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UP-CNT8-DIFF
adds 8 sync. counter / encoder or 24 digital inputs with programmable
threshold levels (0..40 V), input voltage range -35 to 60 V, AC/DC
coupling, and 8 sync. digital inputs protected up to 25 VDC, TTL level
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via external box ORION-CB-CNT8
CAN bus option
UP-CAN-2
optional 2 high-speed CAN bus interfaces
Video input option
UP-DEWE-CAM-01
adds synchronized video picture acquisition, up to 70 fps at 640 x
480 pixel
Optional sensors
Current / Shunt
5 A / 0.1 Ohm Shunt
Current / Transducers
200, 400, 700, 1000 A
Current / Clamps
1000 ADC / 1400 AAC
EMC
ESD
IEC 61000-4-2
EMC
EN 55011
Power supply
Voltage inputs
Current inputs
Surge
IEC 61000-4-5
Burst
IEC 61000-4-4
4 kV
4 kV; L, N, PE
Surge
IEC 61000-4-5: 4 kV
Burst
IEC 61000-4-4: 4 kV
Surge
IEC 61000-4-5: 4 kV
Burst
IEC 61000-4-4: 4 kV
Shock and vibration
Shock
Desktop or rack mount installation only
Vibration
Desktop or rack mount installation only EN 60068-2-6, EN 60721-3-2 class 2M2 MIL-STD 810F 514.5, procedure I
EN 60068-2-27
MIL-STD 810F 516.5, procedure I
Environmental
Operating temperature
0 to +50 °C
0 to +50 °C (0 to +45 with batteries)
Storage temperature
Humidity
Data storage
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
1)
Technology
Hard disk
Capacity
Max. gap free storing to disk
Typ. duration of recording (16 ch. / 10 kS/s/ch. / 16 bit)
Main system
0 to +50 °C
-20 to +70 °C
1000 GB
600 GB
1000 GB
Typ. 70 MB/s
Typ. 80 MB/s
Typ. 70 MB/s
35 days
20 days
35 days
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15” TFT (1280 x 800)
17” TFT (1280 x 1024)
1)
Display
Processor
Intel® Core™ i7
Current transducer power supply 9 V
8 x lense for 9 V and ±15 V
Interfaces
4x USB, 2x Ethernet, 1x RS-232
Power supply
Standard
95 to 260 VAC 50 / 60Hz
110 / 220 VDC
Battery powered, 3 battery slots 2),
3 batt. for ~2 hrs. operation incl.,
incl. external AC power supply
95 to 260 VAC 50 / 60Hz
110 / 220 VDC
Optional
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95 to 260 VAC 50 / 60Hz or 110 /
220 VDC
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Dimensions
Housing
19” rack-mount, 4U
Portable instrument
Portable instrument
Dimensions (W x D x H)
437 x 443 x 181 mm
(17.2 x 17.4 x 7.1 in.)
417 x 246 x 303 mm
(16.4 x 9.6 x 11.9 in.)
460 x 351 x 192 mm
(18.1 x 13.8 x 7.7 in.)
Weight without batteries
Typ. 12 kg (26.4 lb.)
Typ. 14 kg (31 lb.)
Typ. 17 kg (37.4 lb.)
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DEWE-820-PM-1000
DEWE-2600-PM-1000
DEWE-5000-PM-1000
DEWE-820-PM-1000-8: 8
DEWE-820-PM-1000-16: 16
DEWE-2600-PM-1000-8: 8
DEWE-2600-PM-1000-16: 16
DEWE-5000-PM-1000-8: 8
DEWE-5000-PM-1000-16: 16
4 x HSI-HV and 4 x HSI-LV-D
8 x HSI-HV and 8 x HSI-LV-D
DEWE2
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1 MS/s
16 bit
8
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5 A / 0.1 Ohm Shunt
Instruments
Simultaneous sampling
Dedicated Instruments
EPAD interface, up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
200, 400, 700, 1000 A
Front-ends
1000 ADC / 1400 AAC
IEC 61000-4-2
EN 55011
IEC 61000-4-5
IEC 61000-4-4
4 kV
4 kV; L, N, PE
IEC 61000-4-5: 4 kV
Desktop or rack mount installation only
EN 60068-2-27
MIL-STD 810F 516.5, procedure I
Desktop or rack mount installation only
EN 60068-2-6, EN 60721-3-2 class 2M2
MIL-STD 810F 514.5, procedure I
0 to +50 °C
0 to +50 °C (0 to +45 with batteries)
0 to +50 °C
-20 to +70 °C
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Hard disk
1000 GB
600 GB
1000 GB
Typ. 70 MB/s
Typ. 80 MB/s
Typ. 70 MB/s
35 days
20 days
35 days
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15” TFT (1280 x 800)
17” TFT (1280 x 1024)
Intel® Core™ i7
8 x lense for 9 V and ±15 V
4x USB, 2x Ethernet, 1x RS-232
95 to 260 VAC 50 / 60Hz
110 / 220 VDC
Battery powered, 3 battery slots 2),
3 batt. for ~2 hrs. operation incl.,
incl. external AC power supply
95 to 260 VAC 50 / 60Hz
110 / 220 VDC
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95 to 260 VAC 50 / 60Hz or 110 / 220 VDC
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19” rack-mount, 4U
Portable instrument
Portable instrument
437 x 443 x 181 mm
(17.2 x 17.4 x 7.1 in.)
417 x 246 x 303 mm
(16.4 x 9.6 x 11.9 in.)
460 x 351 x 192 mm
(18.1 x 13.8 x 7.7 in.)
Typ. 12 kg (26.4 lb.)
Typ. 14 kg (31 lb.)
Typ. 17 kg (37.4 lb.)
Components
IEC 61000-4-4: 4 kV
Software
IEC 61000-4-5: 4 kV
Signal Conditioning
IEC 61000-4-4: 4 kV
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Application Examples for Power Measurement
Measuring on Electrical Machines
Hardly a motion that is not carried out by an electrical drive, hardly no drive
motor with any kind of electrical machine, hardly an electric motor that is
not operated by a frequency converter. Efficient technologies are required,
best efficiency factors are demanded and highly accurate measurements
are therefore necessary. Such drives cause an increased adoption of
power electronics and all implications connected with that such as circuit
feedback, broadband frequency spectra of current and voltage, pulsefrequency modulated signals and fast slew rates of the voltage impulses.
Measuring on Transformers
The general opinion that low-loss transformers are not a current topic in
times of current regulation and thus reasonable energy costs has to be
qualified. Low-loss transformers also contribute to the achievement of the
Kyoto-objectives as regards the reduction of greenhouse gas emission.
The power measurement of transformers, especially the identification of
power loss, must be very precise indeed. Precise measurement at a phase
angle of 90°, that is mere reactive power, is one of the most important
premises.
Measurements for Hybrid Vehicles and other
Alternative Drive Concepts
Due to the worldwide energy situation alternative energy concepts for
vehicles of all kinds are getting more and more important. Hybrid vehicles
are already serialized and more and more electric drive concepts appear
on the market. The electric motors with electronically controlled feed, that
is also able to recuperate braking energy, are the future. Batteries and fuel
cells are used more and more.
Measuring on 400 Hz (800 Hz) Machines
Beside the typical grid frequencies of 50 Hz and 60 Hz, 400 Hz and 800 Hz are applied increasingly. The reason
for that is the low installation size of generators and motors respectively with the same power. We mainly talk about
isolated networks as they are used in on-board power supplies on ships, airplanes or in military applications.
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Power Fault Recording Instruments
DEWE-PFR ... More then just fault recording
Power plant testing and monitoring
High-, medium- and low voltage systems
Fault recording
Harmonics, Flicker
Power flow
IEC 61000 conform
DIP measurements
Database storing
GPS synchronisation
Signal Conditioning
Monitoring of power supply systems
Components
Data can be stored both locally on the PFR‘s internal hard
drive, or to a central SQL database. Our flexible system
architecture means that multiple databases are supported
for one or more PFR systems as well as other DEWETRON
instruments. This system-wide interoperability is a feature
also unique to DEWETRON.
Key Features
Remote control
EN50160
ITIC (CBEMA)
UNIPEDE
Software
The DEWE-PFR power fault recorders are network analyzers
for low, medium and high voltage systems. Because of the
flexibility of the software, many functions can be done in a
single box - from fault recording to RMS monitoring. Up to
16 (48) analog channels voltage or current. Along with its
main task of monitoring and recording RMS values, PFR-8xx
identifies and stores faults as waveforms for detailed analysis. A unique capability of this system is that it can also use
calculated line-to-line channels for these events.
Front-ends
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
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PFR Instruments
Only your choice of input amplifiers is required to complete
some of these instruments
Dynamic analog input channels
DEWE-818-PFR
DEWE-821-PFR
DEWE-820-PFR-16
Up to 48 voltage or current
with DEWE-30-16-PFR
Up to 12 voltage and 12 current
16 slots for DAQP modules
External quasi-static channel expansion
EPAD interface, up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
Input specifications
Voltage range
± 1400 V peak
Bandwidth of input amplifiers
DC to 300 kHz
Direct current input
5A
Maximum input current via clamps
Depending on clamps
Maximum input current via flexible coils
3000 A
Extra inputs
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A/D conversion
Sampling rate
250 kS/s aggregate
Resolution
16 bit
Digital I/O and counters
Digital I/O, TTL level
8 / 16 / 24
8 / 16 / 24
8 / 16 / 24
Safety
Safety test
IEC -61010-1
EMC
ESD
IEC 61000-4-2: 8 kV contact; 15 kV air
EMC
EN 55011: Class A
Power supply
Voltage inputs
Current inputs
Surge
IEC 61000-4-5: 4 kV
Burst
IEC 61000-4-4: 4 kV; L, N, PE
Surge
IEC 61000-4-5: 4 kV
Burst
IEC 61000-4-4: 4 kV
Surge
IEC 61000-4-5: 2 kV
IEC 61000-4-5: 4 kV
IEC 61000-4-5: 2 kV
Burst
IEC 61000-4-4: 2 kV
IEC 61000-4-4: 4 kV
IEC 61000-4-4: 2 kV
Shock and vibration
Shock
Desktop or rack mount installation only
Vibration
Desktop or rack mount installation only
Environmental
Operating temperature
0 to +50 °C
Storage temperature
-20 to +70 °C
Humidity
Data storage
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
1)
Technology
Hard disk
Capacity
Main system
1000 GB
1)
Processor
Intel® Core™ i7
Interfaces
4x USB, 2x Ethernet, 1x RS-232
Power supply
Standard
95 to 260 VAC 50 / 60Hz
110 / 220 VDC
Optional
48 / 110 V
Dimensions
DEWE-818-PFR:
19” rack-mount, 4U
Housing
DEWE-30-16-PFR:
19” rack-mount, 3U
DEWE-818-PFR:
437 x 304 x 181 mm
(17.2 x 12 x 7.1 in.)
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Weight
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DEWE-30-16-PFR:
437 x 133 x 245 mm
(17.2 x 17.4 x 7.1 in.)
DEWE-818-PFR: Typ. 12 kg (26.4 lb.)
DEWE-30-16-PFR: Typ. 6 kg (13.2 lb.)
19” rack-mount, 4U
19” rack-mount, 4U
437 x 443 x 181 mm
(17.2 x 17.4 x 7.1 in.)
437 x 443 x 181 mm
(17.2 x 17.4 x 7.1 in.)
Typ. 12 kg (26.4 lb.)
Typ. 12 kg (26.4 lb.)
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DEWE-838-PNA-P
DEWE-838-PNA-W
3 voltage
4 voltage
4 current
3 voltage, 3 current
1 wind speed, 1 wind direction
± 1400 V peak
DC to 300 kHz
5A
±5V
10 kS/s
16 bit
± 5 V wind speed
± 5 V wind direction
IEC -61010-1
IEC 61000-4-2: 8 kV contact; 15 kV air
EN 55011: Class A
IEC 61000-4-5: 4 kV
IEC 61000-4-4: 4 kV; L, N, PE
Instruments
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IEC 61000-4-4: 4 kV
IEC 61000-4-5: 4 kV
IEC 61000-4-4: 4 kV
Fixed installation only
Fixed installation only
Front-ends
IEC 61000-4-5: 4 kV
-20 to +70 °C
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
SD Card
2 GB
Low power CPU
1x USB, 2x Ethernet, 1x RS-232
95 to 260 VAC 50 / 60Hz (internal10 to 36 VDC)
Signal Conditioning
-20 to +50 °C
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Counter panel mount chassis
Wall mount
DIN rail
Components
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160 x 166 x 125 mm
(6.2 x 6.5 x 4.9 in.)
Typ. 2 kg (4.4 lb.)
Software
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Dedicated Instruments
DEWE-838-PNA-V
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Power Fault Recording
Application Examples for Power Fault Recording
Power Fault Records and Power
Monitoring in Energy Transmission Grids
The changing energy market and consumer technologies have
also influenced the requirements for the power fault recorders.
When formerly it was sufficient to know the voltage value and
curve progression, we do nowadays want to know the reason
for disturbances but also anomalousness to the normal mode
in detail. Power quality issues are always a part of it and power
flows in all four quadrants are daily work.
Monitoring Power Supply of Electrical
Railway Systems
Nowadays, the electrical energy supply of railways is in many
places autonomic and disconnected from the classical railway
business. Mostly, these are individual companies, sometimes
they belong to the railway company. As is the case in modern
energy service companies we do also have a clear separation
of electrical energy supply and transmission in this case. These
transmission companies work the same way as all grid companies and are subject to similar market regulations.
The railroad network is often used by other locomotive operators. These compete against each other and against the railway
companies. A free market has developed with defined regulations.
For energy supply this means that these companies have recently become service providers in the field of energy
supply, have customers, distribute and transmit current and have to obey similar product liability law as do conventional energy service providers. Power quality has also become a keyword in this field.
Harmonic Monitoring of High-Voltage
Power Lines
High-voltage DC lines are used for the transport of energy over
long distances, sometimes for submarine cables or also for the
connection of grids with different frequencies. Typically, we talk
about 1 million volt and some thousand amperes. The latest project in which we were involved had a transmission rate of 3 GVA.
The picture shows such a transformer station at the end of a 1.000
km long DC line.
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Another advantage is the configuration of the instruments.
On the one side, we have the type DEWE-570 developed for
the technician on site - stable, isolated and easy to operate.
On the other side, there is the DEWE-module-based instrument such as the DEWE-2600-PNA. Its perfect flexibility of
the hardware also allows complex applications in the fields
of engineering and development.
Exact measurements according to IEC-61000-4-30 Class A,
the power quality measurement standard, are also an absolute necessity and characteristics of our instruments.
Key Features
EN50160
IEC61000-4-30 Class A
Power rating
Harmonics, including 2-9 kHz
Interharmonics
Flicker
Symmetrical components
Frequency
DISDIP/Unipede statistics
CBEMA/ITIC curve
Software
The DEWE-PNA systems are energy net analyzers which can
persecute power quality analysis following exact standards
and a lot more beyond that. The combination of high-capacity
measurement software and flexible report generators enables
the user to solve nearly every task in the field of energy measurement.
Signal Conditioning
DEWE-PNA ... The power quality standard
Components
Power Network Analyzer Instruments
Front-ends
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
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Power Network Analyzer
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PNA Instruments
Nothing is required to complete these instruments.
DEWE-571-PNA / 561-PNA
DEWE-571-PNA-1MS / 561-PNA-1MS
DEWE-561-PNA-4U12I
DEWE-571-PNA-4U12I
DEWE-561-PNA-4U28I
4 voltage
4 current
4 voltage
12 current
4 voltage
28 current
Dynamic analog input channels
Signal conditioning
Internal
Current clamps / coils included
4x PNA-FLEX-300-45
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External quasi-static channel expansion
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Option PAD-BOX
Input specifications
Voltage range
±1400 V peak
Bandwidth of input amplifiers
DC to 300 kHz
Direct current input
5A
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Maximum input current via clamps
5A
Depending on clamps
Maximum input current via flexible coils
10000 A
A/D conversion
571/561-PNA: 250 kS/s aggregate
571/561-PNA-1MS: 1 MS/s/ch
Sampling rate
250 kS/s aggregate
Resolution
1200 kS/s
16 bit
Digital I/O
Digital I/O, TTL level
2x DIN (24 V max.) and 1x DOUT (Relais, normal open, 60 V / 1 A AC max.)
Counters
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Functions
Multiple 3 phase systems
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Voltage, current
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Power, frequency, symmetrical components
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Harmonics, Interharmonics, THD
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Period values, disturbance rec.
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Fast transient recorder
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Report generator & Flicker
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Network Monitoring
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EN50160
With PMT reporting tool (DEWESOFT-OPT-DB included)
Wide band power analysis
Version DEWE-571-PNA-1MS: 1 MS
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EMC
Power supply
Voltage inputs
Direct current inputs
Surge
IEC 61000-4-5: 4 kV
Burst
IEC 61000-4-4: 4 kV
Surge
IEC 61000-4-5: 4 kV
Burst
IEC 61000-4-4: 4 kV
Surge
IEC 61000-4-5: 4 kV
Burst
IEC 61000-4-4: 4 kV
Shock and vibration
Shock
EN 60068-2-27
Vibration
EN 60068-2-6, EN 60721-3-2 class 2M2
Environmental
Operating temperature
0 to +50 °C (0 to +45 with batteries)
Storage temperature
-20 to +70 °C
Humidity
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Data storage 1)
Technology
Solid State Disk
Capacity
32 GB
Main system 1)
Display
12“ TFT (1280 x 800)
12“ TFT (1280 x 800)
Processor
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Intel® Core™ i5
Current transducer power supply 9V
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Interfaces
2x USB, 1x Ethernet, 1x RS-232
Power supply
Standard
Version 571-PNA: Battery powered, 2 battery slots 2),
2 batteries for ~2 hrs. operation incl., incl. external AC power supply
Version 561-PNA: 95 to 260 VAC 50 / 60Hz
Optional
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Dimensions
Housing
Portable instrument
360 x 300 x 150 mm
(14.2 x 11.8 x 5.9 in.)
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Weight without batteries
1)
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2)
Weight of one battery: 660 g (1.45 lb.)
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DEWE-3020-PNA
DEWE-2600-PNA
DEWE-5000-PNA
4 voltage
4 current
8 slots for DAQP modules and
8 direct inputs on Sub-d-44
16 slots for DAQP modules
16 slots for DAQP modules
Internal
Modular, 4x DAQP-HV and 4x DAQP-LV-B included
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3x CLAMP-20-B
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EPAD interface, up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
±1400 V peak
DC to 300 kHz
5A
-
-
-
Depending on clamps
10000 A
3000 A (10000 A)
3000 A (10000 A)
3000 A (10000 A)
10 kS/s
250 kS/s
250 kS/s
250 kS/s
16 bit
8
8
8
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2
2
2
Instruments
3
Dedicated Instruments
DEWE-638-PNA
DEWE2
Power Network Analyzer
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With DEWE-ORION series boards
IEC 61000-4-5: 4 kV
IEC 61000-4-5: 2 kV
IEC 61000-4-5: 4 kV
IEC 61000-4-5: 2 kV
IEC 61000-4-4: 4 kV
IEC 61000-4-4: 2 kV
IEC 61000-4-4: 4 kV
IEC 61000-4-4: 2 kV
IEC 61000-4-5: 4 kV
IEC 61000-4-5: 4 kV
IEC 61000-4-5: 4 kV
IEC 61000-4-5: 4 kV
IEC 61000-4-4: 4 kV
IEC 61000-4-4: 4 kV
IEC 61000-4-4: 4 kV
IEC 61000-4-4: 4 kV
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n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
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n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
EN 60068-2-27
EN 60068-2-27
EN 60068-2-27
MIL-STD 810F 516.5, procedure I
EN 60068-2-6, EN 60721-3-2 class 2M2 EN 60068-2-6, EN 60721-3-2 class 2M2 EN 60068-2-6, EN 60721-3-2 class 2M2
-20 to +50 °C
0 to +50 °C
0 to +50 °C (0 to +45 with batteries)
MIL-STD 810F 514.5, procedure I
0 to +50 °C
-20 to +70 °C
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
SD Card
Hard disk
Hard disk
Hard disk
2 GB
1000 GB
600 GB
1000 GB
17“ TFT (1280 x 1024)
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15“ TFT (1280 x 800)
15“ TFT (1280 x 800)
Low power CPU
Intel® Core™ i7
Intel® Core™ i7
Intel® Core™ i7
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4x Binder 712 socket
4x Binder 712 socket
4x Binder 712 socket
1x USB, 1x Ethernet, 1x RS-232
4x USB, 2x Ethernet, 1x RS-232
4x USB, 2x Ethernet, 1x RS-232
4x USB, 2x Ethernet, 1x RS-232
85 to 265 VAC 50 / 60Hz
internal 10 - 36 VDC
95 to 260 VAC 50 / 60Hz
Battery powered, 3 battery slots 2),
2 batteries for ~2 hrs. operation incl.,
incl. external AC power supply
95 to 260 VAC 50 / 60Hz
110 / 220 VDC
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-
95 to 260 VAC
50 / 60Hz or 110 / 220 VDC
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Portable instrument
Portable instrument
Portable instrument
Portable instrument
200 x 150 x 75 mm
(7.9 x 5.9 x 3 in.)
377 x 168 x 284 mm
(14.8 x 6.6 x 11.2 in.)
417 x 246 x 303 mm
(16.4 x 9.6 x 11.9 in.)
460 x 351 x 192 mm
(18.1 x 13.8 x 7.7 in.)
Typ. 2.5 kg (5.5 lb.)
Typ. 8 kg (17.6 lb.)
Typ. 14 kg (31 lb.)
Typ. 17 kg (37.4 lb.)
Signal Conditioning
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Components
With PMT reporting tool (DEWESOFT-OPT-DB included)
Software
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Power Network Analyzer
Application Examples for Power Network Analyzers
Power Quality Analyses –
Power Quality Measurements
Power quality, also known as keywords like grid quality, grid voltage quality and
service reliability, is a topic that is directly linked to energy supply and is certainly a
highly topical issue in this field.
Due to the liberalization of power markets, grid-bound energy sources, such as
electrical current, became freely tradable products and thus have to obey product
liability law as do other tradable products. The corresponding parameters were
constituted in the product standard EN 50160 in Europe.
Urms
Wave form
Frequency
3~ phases; symmetry
Availability
Additionally, there are many other tasks: e.g. special harmonics evaluations, long-term measurements, and the identification of fastest transient processes or only power flow measurements in four quadrants.
Energy Consumption Measurements Load Curve Analyses Energy consumption, its chronological course, the proportion of
active and reactive power and the subsequent costs are a big
issue nowadays. Of great interest are on the one side, savings
capacity both for the consumption and the electricity bill and
on the other side, the greenhouse gas emissions in combination with the energy consumption. Furthermore, the load curve
is interesting as regards the reduction of peak power and load
management systems.
Measuring Wind Power Plants Wind power has become one of the most important alternative
energy sources of the future. Wind power plants are mostly
operated in wind parks or as single plants. Each of these wind
power plants acts as an independent power plant and must have
special features concerning stabilised voltage and electromagnetic influences respectively. These electrical characteristics
have to be verified and carried out as individual tests or sample
testing.
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DEWE-E-Mobile ...
Electrical & mechanical measurements in one box
In the race to produce an electric vehicle with a range practical for everyday use, the development of energy efficient
components is an important focus for automotive research
centres across the globe. Consequently there is an enormous need for test and measurement systems to monitor
the energy flow and storage through vehicle activity such as
charging, startup, driving, parking and potential misuse of
the vehicle.
ALL-IN-ONE
Power Analyzer, Combustion Analyzer,
Recorder and Scope on a single machine
Same software interface for all instruments,
easy to learn and use, online or offline
calculation
High bandwidth up to 1 MHz
An extra library for power measurement (DEWESoft POWER
Module) makes the calculation of for example power flow,
Test bench for electric drive trains
losses, harmonics and voltage fluctuations possible. With the
help of this functionality the user can, beside the DC measurement on batteries, make time synchronous analysis of the other components like converters and motors.
Components
Synchronized analog, digital, counter, CAN bus
and video inputs – to simplify analysis
Adding transducers such as accelerometers, rpm sensors or thermocouples can be handled through flexible and
isolated signal conditioning, recorded synchronously alongside hundreds of channels of vehicle CAN bus data.
Add a GPS sensor to give information about position, distance, velocity and direction, along with video cameras to
monitor road or environmental conditions and you have a very clear view of the “E-vehicles” performance characteristics.
Software
DEWE-E-Mobil systems can do so much more than just capture voltage and current signals.
Key Features
Signal Conditioning
Front-ends
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
DEWE2
E-Mobility
High isolation and high accuracy
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E-Mobile Instruments
Nothing is required to complete these instruments.
DEWE-2600-E-Mobile-1000
Dynamic analog input channels
DEWE-510-E-Mobile-1000
7 voltage, 7 current, 2 additional channels possible
Included DAQP modules for DC circuit
1 x HSI-HV and 1 x HSI-LV-D
Included DAQP modules for two E-Drive
6 x HSI-HV and 6 x HSI-LV-D
External quasi-static channel expansion
EPAD interface, up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 channels
A/D conversion
Sampling method
Simultaneous sampling
Sampling rate / channel
1 MS/s
Resolution
16 bit
Digital I/O and counters
Digital I/O, TTL level
8
Counters or digital inputs, TTL level
(1 counter equals 4 digital inputs)
2 included / 8 optional
Options
UP-CNT8-TTL
optional
adds 8 synchronous counter / encoder or 32 digital inputs, TTL level
UP-CNT8-DIFF
adds 8 sync. counter / encoder or 24 digital inputs with programmable
threshold levels (0..40 V), input voltage range -35 to 60 V, AC/DC coupling,
and 8 sync. digital inputs protected up to 25 VDC, TTL level
optional
CAN bus option
UP-CAN-2
included
2 highspeed CAN bus interfaces
Video input option
UP-DEWE-CAM-01
adds synchronized video picture acquisition of up to 200 fps (frames per second)
up to 70 fps at 640 x 480 pixel
up to 200 fps at 640 x 120 pixel
optional
Combustion Analyzer option
DEWE-xxx-CA
optional
Speed and distance sensors
DEWE-VGPS-200C with 20 Hz engine
and interpolated 200 Hz output
optional
Current sensors
PNA-Clamp-150-DC (DC…100 kHz) - TEDS detection
300 A DC or ACpeak
EMC
ESD; EMC
IEC 61000-4-2; EN 55011
Surge
Power supply
IEC 61000-4-5
Burst
Voltage inputs
Current inputs
IEC 61000-4-4
4 kV
4 kV; L, N, PE
Surge
IEC 61000-4-5
4 kV
Burst
IEC 61000-4-4
4 kV
Surge
IEC 61000-4-5
4 kV
Burst
IEC 61000-4-4
4 kV
Shock and vibration
Shock
EN 60068-2-27
Vibration
EN 60068-2-6, EN 60721-3-2 class 2M2
Environmental
Operating temperature
0 to +50 °C (0 to +45 °C with batteries)
Storage temperature
-20 to +70 °C
Humidity
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Data storage
Technology
Hard disk
Capacity
Max. gap free storing to disk
Typical duration of recording (16 ch. / 10 kS/s/ch. / 16 bit)
600 GB
1000 GB
Typical 80 MB/s
Typical 70 MB/s
20 days
35 days
Battery powered, 3 battery slots 2),
3 batteries for ~2 hours operation incl.,
incl. external AC power supply
510-DC-12V
Power supply 9 to 18 VDC (no internal battery),
incl. external AC adaptor
Power supply
Standard
Optional
Main system
95 to 260 VAC 50 / 60 Hz or 110 / 220 VDC
1)
Display
15” TFT (1280 x 800)
Processor
Optional MOB-DISP-12
Intel® Core™ i7
Current transducer power supply 15 V
8x Lemo sockets for 9 V and ±15 V
Interfaces
4x USB, 2x Ethernet, 1x RS-232
Dimensions
Housing
417 x 246 x 303 mm (16.4 x 9.6 x 11.9 in.)
439 x 308 x 181 mm (17.2 x 12.1 x 7.1 in.)
Weight without batteries
Typ. 14 kg (31 lb.)
Typ. 8 kg (17.6 lb.)
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2)
Weight of one battery: 660 g (1.45 lb.)
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Further interesting parameters could be temperature, oscillation,
acoustics, sound emission, torsion and rotation oscillation and
analysis of combustion engines provided that they are used in
parallel. On the one side, such systems should be as portable as
maximally possible for mobile applications. On the other side, it
should be possible to integrate them in engine test benches. This
requires adequate data interfaces.
Measuring Drive Train - Efficiency
In order to meet the special demands concerning vehicle
operations, it is necessary to optimize the efficiency factor and
the durability. The optimisation of efficiency factors and the
minimisation of losses are directly linked to complex precision
measurement technology because the complex interaction of
different mechatronic systems requires precise and reproducible analysis of mechanical and electrical parameters. The closer
you reach the limit of 100% efficiency factor the higher are the
requirements for the entire measurement chain. Dewetron offers
system solutions for DC/AC-power measurement of high precision for voltages up to 1400 V and currents up to 5000 A with
bandwidths up to 1 MHz.
Dedicated Instruments
Instruments
Front-ends
Modern drive systems work with very fast converters that have
both high pulse frequencies and steep rising edges. The power
measurement is thus confronted with all tasks of modern power
measurement instruments: broadband input modules, high sampling rates, highly accurate identification of reactive and active
power, determination of rotation speed and torque. Beside the
measurements of motors (3~, permanently energized synchronization instruments), also measurements of battery circuits and
intermediate circuits are of interest – and this absolutely synchronous (DC, single-phase).
Signal Conditioning
Measuring on Hybrid Vehicles and other
Alternative Drive Concepts
Components
Electric motors offer high efficiency and high torque: ideal
requirements for a powerful drive train. But in order to bring the
power as effectively as possible onto the road, a drive train is
necessary that optimally puts this challenge into effect. Gear
drive, battery, power electronics and many more components are
to be optimised for these requests.
Software
Measuring on Electric Drive Trains
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Application Examples for E-Mobility Measurement
Battery Testing (DC) for Lithium-ion Cells
Future hybrid and electric vehicles will be equipped with lithium-ion batteries to a great extent. These batteries promise
to have a high storage density. But in order to tap their
full potential and to guarantee long-term and highlevel operation period, intelligent and elaborate
testing is absolutely necessary. Another challenge
is the integration of batteries in the drive train and
the entire vehicle.
Energy Management
Performance
The cruising range of an electric vehicle very
much depends on the careful handling of available energy. On the one side, complex energy
management is necessary especially as regards
heating, air conditioning and comfort. On the
other side, the energy consumption of electric
components has to be reduced. This means that
new developments and adaptations of available components are needed. This also includes a sophisticated
planning of all auxiliary consumers. Energy is a scarce in
the electric vehicle. Every additional consumer reduces the
cruising range and the power. Intelligent concepts are needed
that economise the energy of the battery. In order to make this possible
a comprehensive recording system of measured data for the electric vehicle has to
exist. All disciplines involved should calibrate and optimise these data. You need
measurement technology in hard- and software with the competence for the entire
vehicle! DEWETRON measurement technology for electrical power measurement
supports you in these objectives.
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Signal Conditioning
Front-ends
Instruments
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Energy & Power Analysis
Aerospace & Defense
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DEWE-5000.. ..................................................... 103
DEWE-3020.. ..................................................... 107
DEWE-1201.. ..................................................... 111
DEWE-571.. ....................................................... 113
Instruments
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All-In-One Instruments
One SYNC-CLOCK™ controls the whole instrument, either
generated internally or from external sync interfaces like
DEWE-CLOCK. This SYNC-CLOCK™ technology allows
synchronizing several independent systems even without
physical connection. Each system can have hundreds of
channels.
The ingenious driver and software design is the base
for outstanding power and flexibility in applications. The
incomparable DEWE-ORION data acquisition cards and
the accurate HSI, DAQP and MDAQ modules guarantee
measurements with highest precision even in harsh environments.
Extremely flexible configuration options
Traceable system specifications
SYNC-CLOCK™ technology
Synchronous acquisition of analog, digital,
counter, CAN bus, video and GPS data
High speed acquisition, up to 100 MB/s gapfree streaming to disk
Easy to use DEWESoft software for data
acquisition and analysis
Powerful PC inside for fast online displays and
analysis
Combinations of isolated HSI, DAQP series and
differential MDAQ series amplifiers
Expandable to several hundred channels
Safe investment, easy future upgrade
Software
The computer part of each instrument is based on qualified
common off-the-shelf hardware. This type of build guarantees cost-effective upgradeability of future generations
of processors, even many years later, providing a secure
investment.
Signal Conditioning
All have the power of synchronous acquisition and analysis
of vastly different signals! The flexibility of DEWETRON AllIn-One Instruments allows connecting all kinds of analog
signals, digital I/Os, counters, CAN bus or GPS and even
video – all synchronized!
Key Features
Components
DEWETRON All-In-One Instruments are combining a ruggedized PC with signal conditioning, A/D card, software
and display.
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All-In-One
Instruments
DEWE-2600 series
DEWE-5000 series
16
16
8
Up to 80
Up to 32
Up to 16
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7
5
3
4
5
3
Analog, PCI, Ethernet
Analog, PCI, Ethernet
Analog, PCI, Ethernet
EPAD interface
up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
EPAD interface
up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
EPAD interface
up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
Hard disk
Hard disk
Hard disk
1 TB
1 TB
1 TB
35 days
35 days
35 days
DAQ / PAD amplifier slots
MDAQ amplifier input channels
Combined DAQ / PAD slots
16 DAQ / PAD,
and MDAQ input channels
up to 32 MDAQ
Total PCI slots
Available with DAQ / PAD slots
Dynamic channel expansion
Quasi-static channel expansion
DEWE-3020 series
Data storage 1)
Technology
Capacity
Typ. duration of recording
(16 ch. / 10 kS/s/ch. / 16 bit)
Data throughput
Standard system 2)
Typ. 80 MB/s
Typ. 70 MB/s
Typ. 70 MB/s
Typ. 100 MB/s
Typ. 100 MB/s
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17“ TFT (1280 x 1024)
17“ TFT (1280 x 1024)
17“ TFT touchscreen (1280 x 1024),
Intel® Core™ i5/i7
Intel® Core™ i5/i7
Intel® Core™ i5/i7
95 to 260 VAC
95 to 260 VAC
95 to 260 VAC
With STREAM option
Main system 1)
Display
Processor
Power supply
Standard
Battery powered, 3 battery slots 3), (DEWE-3020 has 2 slots) for ~2 hours operation,
incl. external AC power supply, optional external DC power supply
Optional
AC-DC-UPS,
95 to 260 VAC and 10 to 32 VDC and
internal battery for approx. 3 minutes
Optional
Dimensions
Dimensions (W x D x H)
417 x 246 x 303 mm
(16.4 x 9.6 x 11.9 in.)
460 x 351 x 192 mm
(18.1 x 13.8 x 7.7 in.)
377 x 168 x 284 mm
(14.8 x 6.6 x 11.2 in.)
Weight without batteries
Typ. 14 kg (31 lb.)
Typ. 17 kg (37.4 lb.)
Typ. 8 kg (17.6 lb.)
Please find current specifications in the latest price list
Depending on configuration (performance is different if e.g. Video data are involved and 2 or more files are written in parallel)
3)
Weight of one battery: 660 g (1.45 lb.)
1)
2)
A/D boards
Analog input
Channels Simultaneous Resolution Sample rate
PCI-board
Sample
Counter input
Counter
Digital input Analog output
Encoder
per board
sampling
DEWE-ORION-0824-20x
8
Yes
24 bit
204.8 kS/s
1.6 MS/s
Up to 2
Up to 10
Up to 10
Up to 56
DEWE-ORION-1624-20x
16
Yes
24 bit
204.8 kS/s
3.2 MS/s
Up to 2
Up to 10
Up to 10
Up to 56
-
DEWE-ORION-1622-10x
16
Yes
22 bit
102.4 kS/s
1.6 MS/s
Up to 2
Up to 10
Up to 10
Up to 56
-
per channel rate total
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-
DEWE-ORION-3222-10x
32
Yes
22 bit
102.4 kS/s
3.2 MS/s
Up to 2
2
2
Up to 32
DEWE-ORION-1616-10x
16
Yes
16 bit
100 kS/s
1.6 MS/s
Up to 2
Up to 10
Up to 10
Up to 56
-
DEWE-ORION-3216-10x
32
Yes
16 bit
100 kS/s
3.2 MS/s
Up to 2
2
2
Up to 32
-
DEWE-ORION-1616-50x
16
Yes
16 bit
500 kS/s
8 MS/s
Up to 2
Up to 10
Up to 10
Up to 56
-
DEWE-ORION-0816-100x
8
Yes
16 bit
1 MS/s
8 MS/s
Up to 2
Up to 10
Up to 10
Up to 56
-
DEWE-ORION-1616-100x
16
Yes
16 bit
1 MS/s
16 MS/s
Up to 2
Up to 10
Up to 10
M2I.3122 2)
8
Yes
12 bit
10 MS/s
80 MS/s
Option 1)
-
-
32 (option)
-
M2I.3132 2)
8
Yes
12 bit
25 MS/s
200 MS/s
Option 1)
-
-
32 (option)
-
M2I.4022 2)
4
Yes
14 bit
20 MS/s
80 MS/s
Option 1)
-
-
8 (option)
-
M2I.4652 2)
8
Yes
16 bit
3 MS/s
24 MS/s
Option 1)
-
-
-
-
M2I.4912
2)
8
Yes
16 bit
10 MS/s
80 MS/s
Option 1)
-
-
-
-
M2I.4932 2)
8
Yes
16 bit
30 MS/s
240 MS/s
Option 1)
-
-
-
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AD16-1000-16
16
No
16 bit
62.5 kS/s
1 MS/s
Option 1)
2
2
8
Up to 2 3)
AD32-1000-16
32
No
16 bit
31.25 kS/s
1 MS/s
Option 1)
2
2
24
Up to 4 4)
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CAN bus
Multi function
only with PCI-CAN2 option
2)
Full size card, not suitable for DEWE-211, DEWE-1201, DEWE-501, DEWE-510, DEWE-571
3)
AD16-1000-16-OUT2 only
4)
AD32-1000-16-OUT4 only
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Up to 16
Up to 16
Up to 64
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Up to 5
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Up to 5
Analog, Ethernet
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Analog, PCI, Ethernet
PCI Express, Ethernet
EPAD interface
up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
EPAD interface
up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
EPAD interface
up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
EPAD interface
up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
Solid State Disk (SLC type)
Solid State Disk (SLC type)
Hard disk
Hard disk or Solid State Disk (SLC type)
32 GB, up to 256 GB
32 GB, up to 256 GB
1 TB
Up to 256 GB (A7/A13 .. 1 TB)
1 day
1 day
35 days
1 day
Typ. 40 MB/s
Typ. 40 MB/s
Typ. 70 MB/s
Typ. 40 MB/s (A7/A13 .. 90 MB/s)
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Typ. 100 MB/s
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13“ TFT (1280 x 800)
12“ TFT touchscreen (1280 x 800)
19“ TFT (1280 x 1024)
13“ or 17“ (up to 1920 x 1080)
Intel® Core™2 Duo
Intel® Core™2 Duo
Intel® Core™ i5/i7
Intel® Core™ i7
8 to 30 VDC,
incl. external AC power supply
Battery powered, 2 battery slots 3),
2 batteries for ~2 hours operation incl.,
incl. external AC power supply
95 to 260 VAC
AC and DC versions available
please find details in the DEWE2 part
Stackable battery-pack for ~2 hrs.
operation with wide range DC input
-
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External battery-pack available,
please find details in the DEWE2 part
317 x 252 x 110 mm
(12.5 x 9.9 x 4.3 in.)
360 x 300 x 150 mm
(14.2 x 11.8 x 5.9 in.)
483 x 503 x 444 mm
(19 x 19.8 x 17.4 in.)
Please find details in the DEWE2 part
Typ. 5.5 kg (12.1 lb.)
Typ. 5 kg (11 lb.)
Typ. 25 kg (55 lb.)
Betw. 5.9 kg (13 lb.) and 15 kg (33 lb.)
DEWE2
DEWE-901
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Dedicated Instruments
DEWE-571
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Components
DEWE-1201 series
NEW
Instruments
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Front-ends
NEW
Signal Conditioning
DEWE
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DEWE-ORION series card
Software
M2I series card
AD series card
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Modes of Operation and Typical Applications
Direct Single Unit Operation
The most common use of All-In-One Instruments is to perform measurements with a single unit. Setup for each individual measurement task is done on-site and data is viewed
online on the integrated screen during the measurement.
Typical applications are all mobile measurements, field
service, maintenance, debug and diagnostic tasks and
bringing into service tasks.
Some examples: in-vehicle data recording, rotating machine
balancing, rotational and torsional vibration measurements,
sound measurements, human body vibration analyses,
power measurements and many more.
Remote Single Unit Operation
A popular way of using All-In-One Instruments for certain
tasks is to remote control the unit by another computer.
Software option DEWESOFT-OPT-NET is required for this
mode. It means that the remote computer 100 % controls
the instrument and e.g. starts storing. For live data view all
or a selection of activated channels are transferred to the
remote computer. Data can be stored on the instrument
and on the remote computer as well.
A typical application is measuring in dangerous environments (e.g. on an engine test stand) and online view the
data on a PC outside the test chamber.
Long Time Monitoring at Outlying Plants
In such case the instrument is setup and connected locally
once and starting from then it stays unattended for a long
time. For accessing the unit from anywhere we connect to
a UMTS modem and use internet for viewing the data.
A typical application is measuring on windmills or radar
stations
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DEWE-2600
High performance portable all-in-one instrument
Flexible mixture of isolated and differential analog inputs
Function panels for digital I/O, counters, sensor supply …
Choose from three models
Add your choice of signal conditioning,
A/D board(s) and software to complete these systems
DEWE-2600 series
Input specifications
DEWE-2600
DEWE-2601
DEWE-2602
16
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16
Slots for DAQ or PAD modules
MDAQ input channels
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Available panel space
2 x 2U
Up to 64 (DSUB connectors)
Up to 32
1 x 4U and 1x 4.5 U
2 x 2U
4 full / 3 half length
2 full / 2 half length
1)
Total PCI-slots
2 full / 2 half length
Hard disk
1 TB removable HDD
Data throughput
Typ. 80 MB/s
Power supply
2)
95 to 260 VAC
17” TFT display, 1280 x 800 pixel
Processor
Front-ends
Display
Intel® Core™ i5/i7
RAM
3 GB
Ethernet
2 x 1 Gbit LAN
USB interfaces
4
RS-232 interface
1
Storage drive
Internal DVD +/-RW burner
Microsoft® WINDOWS® 7
417 x 246 x 303 mm (16.4 x 9.7 x 11.9 in.)
Weight
Signal Conditioning
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Typ. 14 kg (31 lb.)
Environmental specifications
Operating temperature
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with prewarmed unit
Storage temperature
-20 to +70 °C
Humidity
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Vibration3)
EN 60068-2-6, EN 60721-3-2 class 2M2
Shock3)
EN 60068-2-27
Please find current specifications in the latest price list
2)
Depends on the system configuration. Examples:
• DEWE-2601 with 6x DEWE-ORION-1616-500 could stream 80 MB/s to the harddisk
• DEWE-2600 with 4 x DEWE-ORION-1624-200 + 2x DEWE-CAM01 could store 70 MB/s
3)
Tested with Solid State Disk
1)
Additional interfaces and sensors
Measurements are not limited to just classic analog and digital signals. Please find further detailed information to
expand your system in the chapter “Components”.
Needed to complete the system
Options to expand the system
DEWE-ORION “A/D Boards” offer simultaneous sampled
analog inputs, synchronous digital I/Os, high-performance
counters and high-speed CAN interfaces. DAQP- or MDAQ
signal amplifiers and software are needed as well.
Add further “Interface Cards” like ARINC-429, 1553, PCM
telemetry, FireWire and analog output or special “Sensors”
like synchronized Video, industrial encoders (RIE-360) or
GPS.
A/D card
DAQP/MDAQ
DEWESoft
ARINC
VIDEO
Components
Operating system
Software
Main system
Up to 80 (BNC connectors)
Instruments
Fully battery powered (optional)
Dedicated Instruments
Up to 7 PCI slots for A/D and other cards (1394, ARINC, 1553…)
VGPS
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Configuration Guide DEWE-2600
Most flexible model, prepared for DAQP isolated analog input amplifier modules. DAQP conditioners offer highest
bandwidth, great accuracy, different input ranges and integrated filters. Besides the single channel modularity – a
module easily can be changed by the user at any time – the main advantage of these modules is the high galvanic
isolation which ensures safe measurements, high quality results and make them almost indestructible. See chapter
“Signal Conditioning” for details.
Function panels
Options
Standard panel for DEWE-2600-CA2
Analog input - DAQ modules
0.5U-CLAMP-DC-POWER-8
0.5 U
±15 V power supply and digital status
lines for PNA-CLAMP-150-DC
2U
0.5U-AMPFLEX-POWER-8
0.5 U
Combustion analyzer input
1.5U-TC-PANEL-32
2U
Power supply for PNA-A100
current clamps
0.5U-AOUT-BNC-2
0.5 U
1.5 U
1U-AOUT-BNC-4
1U
Thermocouple inputs via 4 MPAD-TH-8
1U-AOUT-BNC-8
1.5U-ORION-DIO-PANEL-1
1U
1.5 U
Analog output
Counter input with digital input
Configuration Guide DEWE-2601
High channel count version, for direct sensor input via differential MDAQ analog input amplifiers. MDAQ modules are
available in cost efficient and space saving 8-channel blocks. See chapter “Signal Conditioning” for details.
MDAQ panels
Options
1.5U-ORION-DIO-PANEL-1
1.5 U
1.5 U
Counter input with digital input
4U
4.5 U
0.5U-CLAMP-DC-POWER-8
0.5 U
2U
0.5 U
±15 V power supply and digital status
lines for PNA-CLAMP-150-DC
0.5U-AMPFLEX-POWER-8
Limited use
(no 1.5 U MDAQ panel
in this area)
0.5 U
Power supply for PNA-A100
current clamps
2U
0.5U-AOUT-BNC-2
0.5 U
1U-AOUT-BNC-4
Analog input - MDAQ modules
1U
1.5U-TC-PANEL-32
1U-AOUT-BNC-8
1.5 U
1U
Thermocouple inputs via 4 MPAD-TH-8
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All-In-One
MDAQ panels
Options
1.5U-ORION-DIO-PANEL-1
Analog input - DAQ modules
1.5 U
1.5 U
Counter input with digital input
0.5U-CLAMP-DC-POWER-8
0.5 U
2U
2U
±15 V power supply and digital status
lines for PNA-CLAMP-150-DC
0.5U-AMPFLEX-POWER-8
Dedicated Instruments
This version combines slots for isolated DAQP modules and positions for differential MDAQ blocks. Thus it enables
you configuring a cost optimized system that needs isolated inputs, e.g. high voltage signals, and a number of differential inputs, e.g. accelerometers.
DEWE2
Configuration Guide DEWE-2602
2U
0.5U-AOUT-BNC-2
0.5 U
1U-AOUT-BNC-4
Analog input - MDAQ modules
1U-AOUT-BNC-8
1.5 U
1U
Analog output
16 isolated DAQP modules
4 MPAD modules
(16 tc “T” and 16 tc “J” inputs)
8 counters + 16 extra digital input
DEWE-2602
16 isolated DAQP modules
16 differential analog MDAQ inputs
8 counters + 16 extra digital inputs
DEWE-2601
80 differential analog MDAQ inputs
Software
Typical Configurations
Components
Signal Conditioning
Thermocouple inputs via 4 MPAD-TH-8
Front-ends
1U
1.5U-TC-PANEL-32
DEWE-2600
Instruments
0.5 U
Power supply for PNA-A100
current clamps
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System options and upgrades for DEWE-2600 series
Options
Description
DISP-15-TOUCH
Touchscreen for 15“ display
2600-FIREWIRE
PCI Express FireWire® interface for the DEWE-2600
2600-PS-BAT
Battery power supply with UPS function,
18 .. 24 VDC non-isolated input, incl. external AC power supply DEWE-POW-24-350,
3 slots for hot-swappable batteries, 3 batteries for appr. 3 hours operation included,
for DC operation always add DEWE-DCDC-24-300-ISO
DEWE-DCDC-24-300-ISO
External DC/DC converter with isolation,
9 to 36 VDC input range, Lemo EGJ.3B.302, incl. 2 m cable to banana jacks,
24 VDC output, 300 W, Lemo EGG.2B.302 socket
BAT-95-WH
Lithium-Ion battery, 14.4 V, 95Wh, max. 8A
BAT-CHARGER-1
Desktop battery charger for 1 battery, incl. external AC adaptor
BAT-CHARGER-4
Desktop battery charger for 4 batteries, incl. external AC adaptor
PS-BAT-REMOTE-ON
Special add-on for the battery power supply, one extra connection with a wake-up signal is needed to the
power supply input of the unit,
allows to automatically turn on the instrument when the ignition of the car is turned on, also turns off the
instrument when the car is turned off
Upgrades
Description
HDD-1000-SSD-128
Upgrade to 128 GB flash disk (replaces 1 TB hard disk),
max. data throughput 40 MB/s
HDD-REM-1000
Spare removable hard disk, 1 TB
2600-SYSTEM-SSD-64
Additional internal SSD 64 GB for Windows and DEWESoft, the removable hard disk remains
2600-PS-BAT
Optional battery power supply
This option turns your DEWE-2600 into a fully battery powered instrument. The hotswappable batteries guarantee continuous operation without an external power
source. The instrument provides 3 slots for BAT-95WH batteries and can be operated for up to ~2 hours with 3 batteries installed. Since this time depends a lot on
the system configuration a DEWESoft plugin shows the battery status directly in the
software. Also alarm conditions can be set and the battery parameters can be displayed as additional measurement channels. Operating temperature is limited to
0 .. 45° C when batteries are charged.
2600-SYSTEM-SSD-64
HDD-REM-600
2600-CSMK1
Additional internal Solid State Disk Spare removable harddisk, 600 GB Car seat mounting kit
for classified work
DEWE-DCDC-24-300-ISO
Isolated DC power supply, needed
to operate units with 2600-PS-BAT
option from DC
Channel Expansion
Signal conditioning for slow signals is added by connecting EPAD2 series modules to the systems EPAD interface.
For expanding the number of dynamic channels there are three choices:
Analog cable: Additional A/D
boards are installed into the basic
instrument and external signal conditioning, e.g. DAQ modules in a
DEWE-30 chassis, is connected by
means of an analog signal cable.
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PcI expansion: A PCI-HOST card
is installed into the basic instrument and external signal conditioning, e.g. DAQ modules in a
DEWE-50 chassis, is connected by
means of a PCI cable.
DEWE-NEt: Several instruments are connected via Ethernet. Each unit requires
an ORION-SYNC option. For short distances a sync cable is used if the units
are far from each other a sync interface
like DEWE-CLOCK is used.
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DEWE-5000
High-end benchtop all-in-one instrument
16 isolated DAQP or 32 differential MDAQ analog inputs
Flexible sidepanel for counters, sensor supply …
Up to 5 PCI slots for A/D and other cards (1394, ARINC, 1553…)
Dedicated Instruments
Brilliant 17” TFT display
Choose from two models
Add your choice of signal conditioning,
A/D board(s) and software to complete these systems
DEWE-5000 series
DEWE-5000
Slots for DAQ or PAD modules
DEWE-5001
16
-
-
Up to 32
MDAQ input channels
Main system 1)
Total PCI slots
5
5
Hard disk
1000 GB
Data throughput
Typ. 70 MB/s 2)
Power supply
95 to 260 VAC
Display
17“ TFT display, 1280 x 1024 pixel
Processor
Front-ends
Intel® Core™ i5/i7
RAM
3 GB
Ethernet
10/100/1000 BaseT
USB interfaces
4
RS-232 interface
1
Storage drive
Internal DVD +/-RW burner
Typ. 17 kg (37 lb.)
Typ. 16.5 kg (36 lb.)
Environmental specifications
Operating temperature
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with prewarmed unit
Storage temperature
-20 to +70 °C
Humidity
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Vibration 3)
MIL-STD 810F 514.5, procedure I
Shock 3)
MIL-STD 810F 516.5, procedure I
Please find current specifications in the latest price list
2)
Depends on the system configuration. Examples:
• DEWE-5000 with 4x DEWE-ORION-1624-200 and 1x DEWE-CAM01 = 72 MB/s
• DEWE-5000 with 2x DEWE-ORION-1624 + 4x DEWE-CAM01 = 60 MB/s
3)
Tested with Solid State Disk
1)
Additional interfaces and sensors
Measurements are not limited to just classic analog and digital signals. Please find further detailed information to
expand your system in the chapter “Components”.
Needed to complete the system
Options to expand the system
DEWE-ORION “A/D Boards” offer simultaneous sampled
analog inputs, synchronous digital I/Os, high-performance
counters and high-speed CAN interfaces. DAQP- or MDAQ
signal amplifiers and software are needed as well.
Add further “Interface Cards” like ARINC-429, 1553, PCM
telemetry, FireWire and analog output or special “Sensors”
like synchronized Video, industrial encoders (RIE-360) or
GPS.
DAQP/MDAQ
DEWESoft
ARINC
VIDEO
Components
Weight
Signal Conditioning
Microsoft® WINDOWS® 7
460 x 351 x 192 mm (18.1 x 13.8 x 7.7 in.)
Software
Operating system
Dimensions (W x D x H)
A/D card
Instruments
Input specifications
VGPS
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DEWE-5000
DEWE-5000
Most flexible model, prepared for DAQP isolated analog input
amplifier modules. DAQP conditioners offer highest bandwidth, great accuracy, different input ranges and integrated
filters. Besides the single channel modularity – a module easily can be changed by the user at any time – the main advantage of these modules is the high galvanic isolation which
ensures safe measurements, high quality results and make
them almost indestructible. See chapter “Signal Conditioning”
for details.
Max. channel count
DEWE-5000
ANALOG
16 DAQ modules
DIGITAL
I/O card & counter & CAN
DEWE-5001
High channel count version, for direct sensor input via differential MDAQ analog input amplifiers. MDAQ modules are
available in cost efficient and space saving 8-channel blocks.
See chapter “Signal Conditioning” for details.
Max. channel count
ANALOG
32 MDAQ channels
DIGITAL
I/O card & counter & CAN
DEWE-5001-B
DSUB-9 configuration
BNC configuration
Mixed layout
Flexible side panel
The DEWE-5000 series instruments offer a flexible side panel prepared for adding
additional connectors.
Analog output
Analog expansion
Counter inputs
Current clamp supply
The most popular use of this panel is adding Lemo sockets for counter / encoder
inputs. However, there are many different versions like multiple Binder 712 power
supply connectors for current transducers, BNC sockets for analog outputs, multi-pin
Sub-d sockets for additional analog inputs …
Due to the high number of available PCI slots the connection of additional
interfaces like CAN bus, ARINC-429, Firewire-1394 etc. is done directly via
the slot panel.
Side panel with 10 connectors for powering current transducers
2 CAN interfaces on slot panel
2 FireWire interfaces on slot panel
DEWE-5000 side view
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5000-PS-BAT
Instruments
Optional battery power supply
with UPS function
Dedicated Instruments
DEWE2
Example Configurations
Customized multi-purpose DEWE-5001
16 voltage/IEPE inputs via MDAQ modules
8 advanced counter/encoder interfaces
8 analog outputs for data replay
Front-ends
EPAD interface for external quasi-static signal
conditioning modules
DEWE-5001 with internal function generator
16 analog inputs via MDAQ modules
Software
Function generator with 8 outputs and
integrated watchdog
1 MS/s output rate
0.1 mHz frequency resolution
Components
Signal Conditioning
Removable hard disk for classified work
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DEWE-5000
System options and upgrades for DEWE-5000 series
Options
Description
FIREWIRE-1394
PCI FireWire IEEE-1394 interface for the DEWE-5000
5000-PS-BAT
Battery power supply with UPS function, 18 .. 24 VDC non-isolated input, incl. external AC adaptor,
3 slots for hot-swappable batteries, 3 batteries for appr. 2 hours operation included
Upgrades
Description
HDD-1000-SSD-128
Upgrade to 128 GB flash disk (replaces 1000 GB hard disk),
max. data throughput 40 MB/s
Popular Accessories
Internal 128 GB Solid State Accessory: 5000-CSMK1
Disk for maximum reliability
Option 5000-DC-12V
Internal 9 .. 18 V DC power
supply including external
AC adaptor.
Option BAT-CHARGER-1
and BAT-CHARGER-4
The carrying bag is
included as standard
accessory
Channel Expansion
Signal conditioning for slow signals is added by connecting EPAD2 series modules to the systems EPAD interface.
For expanding the number of dynamic channels there are three choices:
PcI expansion: A PCI-HOST card
is installed into the basic instrument and external signal conditioning, e.g. DAQ modules in a
DEWE-50 chassis, is connected by
means of a PCI cable.
Analog cable: Additional A/D
boards are installed into the basic
instrument and external signal conditioning, e.g. DAQ modules in a
DEWE-30 chassis, is connected by
means of an analog signal cable.
DEWE-NEt: Several instruments are connected via Ethernet. Each unit requires
an ORION-SYNC option. For short distances a sync cable is used if the units
are far from each other a sync interface
like DEWE-CLOCK is used.
Example
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DEWE-3020
Most portable all-in-one instrument
8 isolated DAQP or 16 differential MDAQ analog inputs
Simple expansion to 16 isolated DAQP modules
Choose from two models
Add your choice of signal conditioning,
A/D board(s) and software to complete these systems
DEWE-3020 series
Input specifications
DEWE-3020
DEWE-3021
Slots for DAQ or PAD modules
8
-
Expansion connector for additional 8 channels
1
-
MDAQ input channels
-
Up to 16
Main system 1)
Total PCI slots
1 full length / 2 half length
3 half length
Hard disk
1000 GB
Data throughput
Typ. 70 MB/s 2)
Power supply
95 to 260 VAC
Display
15.4“ TFT wide-screen display with touch-screen, 1280 x 800 pixel
Processor
Front-ends
Intel® Core™ i5/i7
RAM
3 GB
Ethernet
10/100/1000 BaseT
USB interfaces
3
RS-232 interface
1
Storage drive
Internal DVD +/-RW burner
377 x 168 x 284 mm (14.8 x 6.6 x 11.2 in.)
Weight
Typ. 8.5 kg (18 lb.)
Typ. 8 kg (17 lb.)
Environmental specifications
Operating temperature
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with prewarmed unit
Storage temperature
-20 to +70 °C
Humidity
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Vibration3)
MIL-STD 810F 514.5, procedure I
Shock3)
MIL-STD 810F 516.5, procedure I
Please find current specifications in the latest price list
2)
Depends on the system configuration. Example:
• DEWE-3020 with DEWE-ORION-1624 + 2x DEWE-CAM01 = 54 MB/s
3)
Tested with Solid State Disk
1)
Additional interfaces and sensors
Measurements are not limited to just classic analog and digital signals. Please find further detailed information to
expand your system in the chapter “Components”.
Needed to complete the system
Options to expand the system
DEWE-ORION “A/D Boards” offer simultaneous sampled
analog inputs, synchronous digital I/Os, high-performance
counters and high-speed CAN interfaces. DAQP or MDAQ
signal amplifiers and software are needed as well.
Add further “Interface Cards” like ARINC-429, 1553,
PCM telemetry, FireWire ® and analog output or special
“Sensors” like synchronized video, industrial encoders
(RIE-360) or GPS.
DAQP/MDAQ
DEWESoft
DEWE-30-8-EXP
VIDEO
Components
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Signal Conditioning
Microsoft® WINDOWS® 7
Software
Operating system
A/D card
Instruments
15.4” TFT wide-screen display with touch-screen
Dedicated Instruments
3 PCI slots for A/D and other cards (1394, ARINC, 1553…)
FlexRay
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DEWE-3020
DEWE-3020
DEWE-3020
Most flexible model, prepared for DAQP isolated analog input
amplifier modules. DAQP conditioners offer highest bandwidth, great accuracy, different input ranges and integrated
filters. Besides the single channel modularity – a module easily can be changed by the user at any time – the main advantage of these modules is the high galvanic isolation which
ensures safe measurements, high quality results and make
them almost indestructible. See chapter “Signal Conditioning”
for details.
Max. channel count
ANALOG
8 DAQ modules
DIGITAL
I/O card & counter & CAN
DEWE-3021
DEWE-3021
BNC configuration
DSUB-9 configuration
Version for sensor input via differential MDAQ analog input
amplifiers. MDAQ modules are available in cost efficient
and space saving 8-channel blocks. See chapter “Signal
Conditioning” for details.
Max. channel count
ANALOG
16 MDAQ channels
DIGITAL
I/O card & counter & CAN
Mixed layout
In case a 16 channel DEWE-ORION series A/D board is
installed inside the DEWE-3020, the system can be expanded
to 16 isolated DAQP modules easily. Just add a DEWE-30-8EXP expansion unit by a convenient single cable connection.
Max. channel count
ANALOG
16 DAQ modules
DIGITAL
I/O card & counter & CAN
DEWE-3020 with DEWE-30-8-EXP
(16 DAQP modules in total)
Adding more counters or digital inputs
Especially many automotive applications require multiple
counter inputs, e.g. for connecting wheel pulse transducers.
By choosing a suitable DEWE-ORION series A/D board up to
10 counters per card are available. The connectors for attaching the sensors are placed on the sidepanel near the analog
inputs.
DEWE-3021 with
4 encoder inputs
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Description
FIREWIRE-1394
PCI Firewire IEEE-1394 interface for the DEWE-3020
3020-PS-BAT
Battery power supply with UPS function, 18 .. 24 VDC non-isolated input, incl. external AC adaptor,
2 slots for hot-swappable batteries, 2 batteries for appr. 3 hours operation included
3020-DC-UPS
Power supply 10 to 32 VDC with internal UPS battery and external AC adaptor,
incl. 2 m DC connection cable to banana jacks
3020-CB8-BNC
Connection block with 8 BNC sockets, for simple signal connection of single-ended channels 8 to 15
of DEWE-3020 systems
DEWE-30-8-EXP
DEWE-3020 expansion, 8 additional amplifier slots for CH 8-15,
only one cable for power supply, RS-485 and analog channels, incl. 2 m connection cable
Upgrades
Description
HDD-1000-SSD-256
Upgrade to 256 GB flash disk (replaces 1000 GB hard disk),
max. data throughput 40 MB/s
Option 3020-DC-UPS
This option changes the power supply of the instrument to a wide range 10 .. 32 V DC
input with internal UPS battery for approx. 5 minutes. That power supply is ideally
suited for automotive applications as it can handle 12 V DC as well as 24 V DC and the
internal battery nicely bridges the voltage drop during start of the engine.
3020-DC-UPS
DEWE-UPS-300-DC
The DEWE-UPS-300-DC is an external DC uninterruptible power supply with up to
four internal high capacity batteries. It can be used to power instruments with wide
range DC input for hours. A typical DEWE-3020 with option 3020-DC-UPS can be
operated for approx. 5 hours using DEWE-UPS-300-DC. In addition the batteries are
hot-swappable and so enable you to run the instrument infinitely by changing batteries every few hours. External battery chargers are available, too. If the DEWE-UPS300-DC is externally powered it also serves as a multi-battery charger.
DEWE-UPS-300-DC
Popular accessory, car seat mounting kit for the DEWE-3020 platform
Software
The 3020-CSMK1 is a welded metal construction and comes with heavy duty straps
for the car seat and the DEWE-3020 itself.
Signal Conditioning
DEWE-3020 with opened
battery compartment
Components
This option turns your DEWE-3020 into a fully battery powered instrument. The hotswappable batteries guarantee continuous operation without an external power
source. The instrument provides 2 slots for BAT-95WH batteries and can be operated for up to ~3 hours with 2 batteries installed. Since this time depends a lot on
the system configuration a DEWESoft plugin shows the battery status directly in
the software. Also alarm conditions can be set and the battery parameters can be
displayed as additional measurement channels. Operating temperature is limited to
0 .. 45° C when batteries are charged.
Front-ends
Instruments
Option 3020-PS-BAT
Optional battery power supply
Dedicated Instruments
Options
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3020-CSMK1
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DEWE-3020
Channel Expansion
Signal conditioning for slow signals is added by connecting EPAD2 series modules
to the systems EPAD interface.
EPAD2-TH8
For expanding the number of dynamic channels there some choices:
Analog cable: Additional A/D boards
are installed into the basic instrument
and external signal conditioning, e.g.
DAQ modules in a DEWE-30 chassis,
is connected by means of an analog
signal cable.
analog
DEWE-30-16
DEWE-30-16
PCI expansion: A PCI-HOST card is
installed into the basic instrument and
external signal conditioning, e.g. DAQ
modules in a DEWE-50 chassis, is connected by means of a PCI cable.
P CI
DEWE-50-32
DEWE-NET: Several instruments are connected via Ethernet. Each unit requires
an ORION-SYNC option. For short distances a sync cable is used if the units
are far from each other a sync interface
like DEWE-CLOCK is used.
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3020-CB8-BNC
and 3020-CB8-B
connection blocks
PS-BAT
Battery power supply
DEWE-30-8-EXP
8 additional amplifier slots
15.4“ touch-screen
The carrying bag is
included as standard
accessory
DEWE-31-16
DEWE-POWERBOX-12
DC Power distribution box
Optional battery charger
(range: 90 to 260 V AC)
DVD-BURNER
for data backup to DVD
or CD
Internal 256 GB Solid State
Disk for maximum reliability
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DEWE-1201
Smallest all-in-one instrument
Wide range DC input and optional battery pack
16 differential MDAQ analog inputs
Solid state disk for extreme ruggedness
Dedicated Instruments
13” wide screen TFT display
DEWE-1201
Input specifications
MDAQ input channels
16
Expansion connector for additional 16 channels
Total PCI slots
1 half length
Hard disk
32 GB SSD
Data throughput
Typ. 40 MB/s2)
Power supply
8 to 30 VDC, external AC power supply adapter included
Display
13” TFT display, 1280 x 800 pixel
Processor
Intel® Core™2 Duo, 2 GHz
3 GB
2x 10/100/1000 BaseT
Front-ends
Ethernet
1 antenna, 802.11n standard
Wireless LAN
USB interfaces
4
FireWire® interface
1
Operating system
Microsoft® WINDOWS® 7
317 x 252 x 110 mm
(12.5 x 9.9 x 4.3 in.)
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Signal Conditioning
Typ. 5.5 kg
(12.1 lbs)
Weight
Environmental specifications
Operating temperature
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with prewarmed unit
Storage temperature
-20 to +70 °C
Humidity
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Vibration
EN 60068-2-6, EN 60721-3-2 class 2M2
Shock
1)
2)
EN 60068-2-27
Please find current specifications in the latest price list
Depends on the system configuration
Additional interfaces and sensors
Measurements are not limited to just classic analog and digital signals. Please find further detailed information to
expand your system in the chapter “Components”.
Needed to complete the system
Options to expand the system
DEWE-ORION “A/D Boards” offer simultaneous sampled
analog inputs, synchronous digital I/Os, high-performance
counters and high-speed CAN interfaces. DAQP- or MDAQ
signal amplifiers and software are needed as well.
Add further “Interface Cards” like ARINC-429, 1553, PCM
telemetry, FireWire and analog output or special “Sensors”
like synchronized Video, industrial encoders (RIE-360) or
GPS.
A/D card
DAQP/MDAQ
DEWESoft
DEWE-30
VIDEO
Components
RAM
Instruments
1)
Software
Main system
Optional, if DEWE-ORION-32xx card is installed
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DEWE-1201
DEWE-1201
Version for sensor input via differential MDAQ analog input
amplifiers. MDAQ modules are available in cost efficient
and space saving 8-channel blocks. See chapter “Signal
Conditioning” for details.
DSUB-9 configuration
Max. channel count
ANALOG
16 MDAQ channels
DIGITAL
I/O card & counter & CAN
BNC configuration
Mixed layout
System options and upgrades for DEWE-1201 series
Options
Description
1201-REMOTE-ON
Change power supply configuration to remote-on mode, useful for in-car applications to start the
DEWE-1201 when the ignition of the car is turned on, incl. cable 2 m terminated with 3 banana
plugs, in this mode there is a general power-on delay of approx. 8 seconds
DEWE-UPS-150-DC
External 130 W UPS and multi-battery charger with 9 .. 36 VDC input range
for powering systems with wide range DC input, output of DEWE-UPS-150-DC is 12 .. 16 VDC
when running from batteries and 24 VDC when powered from DC,
2 slots for BAT-95WH batteries, 2 batteries included,
mechanically compatible with DEWE-1201,
REMOTE-ON option is not available when DEWE-UPS-150-DC is connected to DEWE-1201
Upgrades
Description
1201-CPU-UP-i7
Upgrade of PC for DEWE-510 series; Intel® Core™ i7 processor 2.1 GHz and 4 GB RAM;
Firewire interface not available
SSD-32-128
Upgrade of 32 GB flash disk to 128 GB flash disk
DEWE-1201 with battery pack
The optional battery pack DEWE-UPS-150-DC turns the DEWE-1201 into a fully
battery powered instrument. The hot-swappable batteries guarantee continuous
operation without an external power source. The instrument can be operated
for up to 2 hours with 2 batteries (BAT-95HW) installed. Since this time depends
a lot on the system configuration a DEWESoft plugin shows the battery status
directly in the software. Also alarm conditions can be set and the battery parameters can be displayed as additional measurement channels.
Channel Expansion
Signal conditioning for slow signals is added by connecting EPAD2 series modules to the systems EPAD interface.
For expanding the number of dynamic channels there are two choices:
Analog cable: A 32ch ORION series A/D card is installed
into the DEWE-1201 and external signal conditioning,
e.g. DAQ modules in a DEWE-30 chassis, is connected
by means of an analog signal cable.
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DEWE-NET: Several instruments are connected via
Ethernet. Each unit requires an ORION-SYNC option to
synchronize all A/D converters. For short distances a
synchronisation cable is used if the units are far from
each other a sync interface like DEWE-CLOCK is used.
DEWE-POWERBOX-12
DC Power distribution box
Interfaces
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DEWE-571
Rugged all-in-one instrument
Battery powered
16 differential MDAQ analog inputs
Solid state disk for extreme ruggedness
Dedicated Instruments
12” wide screen TFT display with touch-screen
DEWE-571
Input specifications
DEWE-571
MDAQ input channels
16
Main system 1)
Total PCI-slots
1 half length
32 GB SSD
Data throughput
Instruments
Hard disk
Typ. 40 MB/s 2)
Battery powered, 18 to 24 VDC input
2 battery slots 3), 2 batteries for ~2 hrs. operation incl.,
External AC power supply 95 to 260 VAC included
External DC power supply 9 to 36 VDC optional
Power supply
Display
12“ TFT touchscreen display, 1280 x 800 pixel
Intel® Core™2 Duo 2
Front-ends
3 GB
10/100/1000 BaseT
2
RS-232 interface
1
Operating system
Microsoft® WINDOWS® 7
Dimensions (W x D x H)
360 x 300 x 150 mm
(14.2 x 11.8 x 5.9 in.)
Weight without batteries
Typ. 5 kg (11 lb.)
Signal Conditioning
USB interfaces
Environmental specifications
Operating temperature
when discharging batteries
when charging batteries
0 to +50 °C
0 to +45 °C
Storage temperature
-20 to +60 °C
Humidity
10 to 90 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Vibration
EN 60068-2-6, EN 60721-3-2 class 2M2
Shock
EN 60068-2-27
Please find current specifications in latest price list
2)
The data throughput depends on the system configuration
3)
Weight of one battery: 660 g (1.45 lb.)
1)
Additional interfaces and sensors
Measurements are not limited to just classic analog and digital signals. Please find further detailed information to
expand your system in the chapter “Components”.
Needed to complete the system
Options to expand the system
DEWE-ORION “A/D Boards” offer simultaneous sampled
analog inputs, synchronous digital I/Os, high-performance
counters and high-speed CAN interfaces. DAQP- or MDAQ
signal amplifiers and software are needed as well.
Add further “Interface Cards” like ARINC-429, 1553, PCM
telemetry, FireWire and analog output or special “Sensors”
like synchronized Video, industrial encoders (RIE-360) or
GPS.
A/D card
DAQP/MDAQ
DEWESoft
Webcam
Trigger probe
Components
RAM
Ethernet
Software
Processor
RIE encoder sensor
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DEWE-571
DEWE-571
Version for sensor input via differential MDAQ analog input
amplifiers. MDAQ modules are available in cost efficient
and space saving 8-channel blocks. See chapter “Signal
Conditioning” for details.
DEWE-571
Max. channel count
ANALOG
16 MDAQ channels
DIGITAL
I/O card & counter & CAN
DSUB-9 configuration
BNC configuration
Mixed layout
System options and upgrades for DEWE-571 series
Options
Description
DEWE-DCDC-24-300-ISO
External DC/DC converter with isolation,
9 to 36 VDC input range, Lemo EGJ.3B.302, incl. 2 m cable to banana jacks,
24 VDC output, 300 W, Lemo EGG.2B.302 socket
BAT-95-WH
Lithium-Ion battery, 14.4 V, 95 Wh, max. 8 A
BAT-CHARGER-1
Desktop battery charger for 1 battery, incl. external AC adaptor
BAT-CHARGER-4
Desktop battery charger for 4 batteries, incl. external AC adaptor
Upgrades
Description
SSD-32-256
Upgrade of 32 GB flash disk to 256 GB flash disk
Battery power
The DEWE-571 is a fully battery powered instrument. The hotswappable batteries guarantee continuous operation without
an external power source. The instrument provides 2 slots for
BAT-95WH batteries and can be operated for up to ~2 hours
with 2 batteries installed. Since this time depends a lot on the
system configuration a DEWESoft plugin shows the battery
status directly in the software. Also alarm conditions can be
set and the battery parameters can be displayed as additional
measurement channels.
Channel Expansion
Signal conditioning for slow signals is simply added by connecting EPAD2 series modules to the systems standard
EPAD interface. Dynamic channels are limited to 16.
DEWE-DCDC-24-300-ISO
Isolated DC power supply
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DEWE-571 rear view
Battery charger for battery powered instruments
Hot-swappable batteries
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DEWE2
DEWE-901
Rack-mount instrument
Up to 64 differential MDAQ analog inputs
Up to 6 PCI slots for A/D and other cards (PCM, ARINC, 1553…)
3 removable hard drives
Dedicated Instruments
Safe investment, easy future upgrade
DEWE-901
Input specifications
MDAQ input channels
Up to 64
Main system 1)
Instruments
5 full length
One removable 1000 GB hard disk on backside
two removable 1000 GB hard disks on front
Data throughput
Typ. 70 MB/s 2)
Power supply
95 to 260 VAC
Display
19“ TFT display, 1280 x 1024 pixels
Processor
Intel® Core™ i5/i7
RAM
3 GB
10/100/1000 BaseT
USB interfaces
Front-ends
Ethernet
4
RS-232 interface
-
Operating system
Microsoft® WINDOWS® 7
483 x 503 x 444 mm
(19 x 19.8 x 17.4 in.)
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Typ. 25 kg
(55 lb.)
Weight
Operating temperature
Signal Conditioning
Environmental specifications
0 to +50 °C
Storage temperature
-20 to +60 °C
Humidity
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Vibration 3)
EN 60068-2-6, EN 60721-3-2 class 2M2
Shock 3)
EN 60068-2-27
Please find current specifications in latest price list
2)
Data throughput depends on system configuration
3)
Tested with Solid State Disk
1)
Additional interfaces and sensors
Measurements are not limited to just classic analog and digital signals. Please find further detailed information to
expand your system in the chapter “Components”.
Needed to complete the system
Options to expand the system
DEWE-ORION “A/D Boards” offer simultaneous sampled
analog inputs, synchronous digital I/Os, high-performance
counters and high-speed CAN interfaces. DAQP or MDAQ
signal amplifiers and software are needed as well.
Add further “Interface Cards” like ARINC-429, 1553, PCM
telemetry, FireWire and analog output or special “Sensors”
like synchronized Video, industrial encoders (RIE-360) or
GPS.
A/D card
DAQP/MDAQ
DEWESoft
ARINC
VIDEO
Components
Hard disk
Software
Total PCI-slots
PCM telemetry card
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DEWE-901
DEWE-901
There are two versions, DEWE-901-B1 and DEWE-901-B2.
Both are for sensor input via differential MDAQ analog input
amplifiers. MDAQ modules are available in cost efficient
and space saving 8-channel blocks. See chapter “Signal
Conditioning” for details.
Max. channel count
ANALOG
16 DAQ modules
DIGITAL
I/O card & counter & CAN
DEWE-901-B1
Safe investment, easy future upgrade
The DEWE-900 chassis is designed in a modular way to enable quick and easy
access to all major components.
The computer part of this unit is based on standard components and form factors; e.g. ATX style motherboard. It is even possible to pull the whole computer
compartment out for absolute accessibility.
Thus cost effective computer upgrades to take advantage
of the fast development in that area are possible over many
years.
All removable hard drives
In the DEWE-901, there are three S-ATA removable hard drives - NO internal hard drives! There are two on the front
panel for data, and one on the rear panel for the operating system and applications.
Options and upgrades
System options and upgrades for DEWE-900 series
Options
Description
FIREWIRE-1394
PCI FireWire® interface for the DEWE-900
900-DC-12V
Power supply 9 to 18 VDC (no internal battery), max. output 300 W,
Lemo EGJ.3B.302 for DC input, incl. external AC adaptor
900-DC-24V
Power supply 18 to 36 VDC (no internal battery), max. output 300 W,
Lemo EGJ.2B.302 for DC input, incl. external AC adaptor
Upgrades
Description
HDD-REM-1000
Spare removable hard disk, 1 TB in drawer
Channel Expansion
Signal conditioning for slow signals is added by connecting EPAD2 series modules to the systems EPAD interface.
For expanding the number of dynamic channels there are three choices:
Analog cable: Additional A/D
boards are installed into the basic
instrument and external signal conditioning, e.g. DAQ modules in a
DEWE-30 chassis, is connected by
means of an analog signal cable.
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PcI expansion: A PCI-HOST card
is installed into the basic instrument and external signal conditioning, e.g. DAQ modules in a
DEWE-50 chassis, is connected by
means of a PCI cable.
DEWE-NEt: Several instruments are connected via Ethernet. Each unit requires
an ORION-SYNC option. For short distances a sync cable is used if the units
are far from each other a sync interface
like DEWE-CLOCK is used.
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NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
All have the power of synchronous acquisition and analysis of vastly different signals! The flexibility of DEWETRON
Mainframes allows connecting all kinds of analog signals,
digital I/Os, counters, CAN bus or GPS and even video – all
synchronized!
One SYNC-CLOCK™ controls the whole instrument, either
generated internally or from external sync interfaces like
DEWE-CLOCK. This SYNC-CLOCK™ technology allows
synchronizing several independent systems even without
physical connection. Each system can have hundreds of
channels.
The ingenious driver and software design is the base
for outstanding power and flexibility in applications. The
incomparable DEWE-ORION data acquisition cards and
the accurate HSI, DAQP and MDAQ modules guarantee
measurements with highest precision even in harsh environments.
Key Features
Flexible configuration options
Traceable system specifications
SYNC-CLOCK™ technology
Synchronous acquisition of analog, digital,
counter, CAN bus, video and GPS data
High speed acquisition, up to 80 MB/s gap-free
streaming to disk
Easy to use DEWESoft™ software for data
acquisition and analysis
Powerful PC inside for fast online data view
and analysis
Combinations of isolated HSI, DAQP series and
differential MDAQ series amplifiers
Many expansion options
Safe investment, easy future upgrade
Software
DEWETRON Mainframes are combining a ruggedized PC
with signal conditioning, A/D card and software. They don´t
have a built-in display but all feature a standard VGA or DVI
connector to attach external monitors.
Components
Mainframes
Signal Conditioning
Front-ends
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
DEWE
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Automotive
Energy & Power Analysis
Aerospace & Defense
Tr a n s p o r t a t i o n
G e n e r a l Te s t & M e a s u r e m e n t
The computer part of each instrument is based on qualified
common off-the-shelf hardware. This type of build guarantees cost-effective upgradeability of future generations
of processors, even many years later, providing a secure
investment.
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Mainframes
Mainframes
DEWE-800 series
DAQ / PAD amplifier slots
DEWE-510 series
16
16
Up to 64
Up to 64
Combined DAQ / PAD slots
and MDAQ input channels
-
16 DAQ / PAD,
up to 32 MDAQ (BNC only)
Total PCI slots
5
3
MDAQ amplifier input channels
Available with DAQ / PAD slots
5
3
Analog, PCI, Ethernet
Analog, PCI, Ethernet
EPAD interface
up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
EPAD interface
up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
Hard disk
Hard disk
1 TB
1 TB
35 days
35 days
Standard system 2)
Typ. 70 MB/s
Typ. 70 MB/s
With STREAM option
Typ. 100 MB/s
-
Intel® Core™ i5
Intel® Core™2 Duo
Standard
95 to 260 VAC
95 to 260 VAC
Optional
9 to 18 VDC
or
18 to 36 VDC
Battery powered, 3 battery slots 3),
2 batteries for ~2 hrs. operation incl.,
incl. external AC power supply
optional external DC power supply
Dimensions (W x D x H)
437 x 443 x 181 mm (17.2 x 17.4 x 7.1 in.)
439 x 308 x 181 mm (17.2 x 12.1 x 7.1 in.)
Weight without batteries
Typ. 12 kg (26.4 lb.)
Typ. 8 kg (17.6 lb.)
Dynamic channel expansion
Quasi-static channel expansion
Data storage 1)
Technology
Capacity
Typ. duration of recording
(16 ch. / 10 kS/s/ch. / 16 bit)
Data throughput
Main system 1)
Processor
Power supply
Dimensions
Please find current specifications in the latest price list
2)
Depending on configuration (performance is different if e.g. Video data are involved and 2 or more files are written in parallel)
3)
Weight of one battery: 660 g (1.45 lb.)
1)
A/D boards
Analog input
Channels Simultaneous Resolution Sample rate
PCI-board
Sample
Counter input
Counter
Digital input Analog output
Encoder
per board
sampling
DEWE-ORION-0824-20x
8
Yes
24 bit
204.8 kS/s
1.6 MS/s
Up to 2
Up to 10
Up to 10
Up to 56
DEWE-ORION-1624-20x
16
Yes
24 bit
204.8 kS/s
3.2 MS/s
Up to 2
Up to 10
Up to 10
Up to 56
-
DEWE-ORION-1622-10x
16
Yes
22 bit
102.4 kS/s
1.6 MS/s
Up to 2
Up to 10
Up to 10
Up to 56
-
per channel rate total
-
-
DEWE-ORION-3222-10x
32
Yes
22 bit
102.4 kS/s
3.2 MS/s
Up to 2
2
2
Up to 32
DEWE-ORION-1616-10x
16
Yes
16 bit
100 kS/s
1.6 MS/s
Up to 2
Up to 10
Up to 10
Up to 56
-
DEWE-ORION-3216-10x
32
Yes
16 bit
100 kS/s
3.2 MS/s
Up to 2
2
2
Up to 32
-
DEWE-ORION-1616-50x
16
Yes
16 bit
500 kS/s
8 MS/s
Up to 2
Up to 10
Up to 10
Up to 56
-
DEWE-ORION-0816-100x
8
Yes
16 bit
1 MS/s
8 MS/s
Up to 2
Up to 10
Up to 10
Up to 56
-
DEWE-ORION-1616-100x
16
Yes
16 bit
1 MS/s
16 MS/s
Up to 2
Up to 10
Up to 10
M2I.3122 2)
8
Yes
12 bit
10 MS/s
80 MS/s
Option 1)
-
-
32 (option)
-
M2I.3132 2)
8
Yes
12 bit
25 MS/s
200 MS/s
Option 1)
-
-
32 (option)
-
M2I.4022 2)
4
Yes
14 bit
20 MS/s
80 MS/s
Option 1)
-
-
8 (option)
-
M2I.4652 2)
8
Yes
16 bit
3 MS/s
24 MS/s
Option 1)
-
-
-
-
M2I.4912
2)
8
Yes
16 bit
10 MS/s
80 MS/s
Option 1)
-
-
-
-
M2I.4932 2)
8
Yes
16 bit
30 MS/s
240 MS/s
Option 1)
-
-
-
-
AD16-1000-16
16
No
16 bit
62.5 kS/s
1 MS/s
Option 1)
2
2
8
Up to 2 3)
AD32-1000-16
32
No
16 bit
31.25 kS/s
1 MS/s
Option 1)
2
2
24
Up to 4 4)
1)
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CAN bus
Multi function
only with PCI-CAN2 option
2)
Full size card, not suitable for DEWE-211, DEWE-1201, DEWE-501, DEWE-510, DEWE-571
3)
AD16-1000-16-OUT2 only
4)
AD32-1000-16-OUT4 only
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NEW
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DEWE-211 series
DEWE2 series
-
-
Up to 13 slots for TRION™ series modules
Up to 64
Up to 16
-
-
-
-
3
1
Up to 5
-
-
Up to 5
Analog, PCI, Ethernet
Analog, Ethernet
PCI Express, Ethernet
EPAD interface
up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
EPAD interface
up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
EPAD interface
up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
Solid State Disk (SLC type)
Solid State Disk (SLC type)
Hard disk or Solid State Disk (SLC type)
32 GB
32 GB
Up to 256 GB (DEWE2-M13 .. 1 TB)
1 day
1 day
1 day
Typ. 40 MB/s
Typ. 40 MB/s
Typ. 40 MB/s (DEWE2-M13 .. 80 MB/s)
-
-
-
Intel® Core™2 Duo
Intel® Core™2 Duo
Intel® Core™ i7
Battery powered, 2 battery slots 3),
2 batteries for ~2 hrs. operation incl.,
incl. external AC power supply
8 to 30 VDC,
incl. external AC power supply
AC and DC versions available
please find details in the DEWE2 part
External DC power supply
Stackable battery-pack for ~2 hrs.
operation with wide range DC input
External battery-pack available,
please find details in the DEWE2 part
439 x 209 x 181 mm (17.2 x 8.2 x 7.1 in.)
317 x 252 x 92 mm (12.4 x 9.9 x 3.6 in.)
Please find details in the DEWE2 part
Typ. 6 kg (13.2 lb.)
Typ. 5 kg (11 lb.)
Typ. between 3.9 kg (8.6 lb.) and 13 kg (28.6 lb.)
Components
Signal Conditioning
DEWE-501 series
Dedicated Instruments
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M2I series card
AD series card
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Mainframes
Modes of Operation and Typical Applications
Measurements with External Display and Keyboard
A very popular use of DEWETRON Mainframes is to perform measurements
with a single unit using an external monitor (MOB-DISP-x) and keyboard. Setup
for the measurement task can be done on-site and data is viewed online on the
external display during the measurement.
Typical applications are in-vehicle tests like brake test, ride and handling
evaluation, pass-by noise measurements, ACC testing and many more. The
big advantage in such applications is that the driver can be advised by voice
output and in parallel can see online data on the MOB-DISP-x mounted on the
windscreen.
Remote Single Unit Operation
A very popular way of using an Instrument Without
Display is to remote control the unit by another
computer via Ethernet. Software option DEWESOFTOPT-NET is required for this mode. It means that
the remote computer 100 % controls the instrument
and e.g. starts storing. For live data view all or a
selection of activated channels are transferred to
the remote computer. Data can be stored on the
instrument and on the remote computer as well.
A typical application is measuring in dangerous
environments (e.g. on an engine test stand) and
online view the data on a PC outside the test chamber.
Remote Control
For several applications like durability testing or automotive testing it is needed to remote control your DEWETRON measurement unit. The easiest ways to
do this is to use for example an iPad, iPhone or any smartphone to setup a full
VNC connection to your DEWETRON measurement unit. Using a smartphone
in combination with DEWESOFT Sequencer offers the possibility to use predefined automated test procedures in a very easy way.
For some special applications like “Brake Test” predefined APPs for smartphones are available.
Distributed Measurements
If huge channel counts are needed and/or the monitoring area is
really wide a network consisting of several instruments is built. All
instruments require software option DEWESOFT-OPT-NET and are
connected via Ethernet (copper or fibre-optic link). Depending on
the distance the synchronization of all units is done by a sync cable
or by sync interfaces like IRIG-CLOCK or GPS-CLOCK. Finally
there is one Master Client which is used to setup and control all
measurement units. Data is stored locally on each instrument but
also can be transferred to the Master Client online and stored there
additionally up to the limit of the Ethernet data throuput.
A typical application is dynamic monitoring of huge bridges or
buildings.
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Mainframes
Isolated DAQP and differential MDAQ analog input versions
Up to 6 PCI slots for A/D and other cards
(1394, analog output…)
Well suited for distributed network acquisition systems
Safe investment, easy future upgrade
Choose from two models
Add your choice of signal conditioning,
A/D board(s) and software to complete these systems
DEWE-800 series
Input specifications
DEWE-800
DEWE-820
16
16 (on rear)
-
-
-
Up to 64
2 full / 1 half length
opt. 2 full / 4 half length
2 full / 1 half length
opt. 2 full / 4 half length
1 full / 2 half length
opt. 1 full / 5 half length
Slots for DAQ or PAD modules
MDAQ input channels
DEWE-801
Main system 1)
Total PCI-slots
Hard disk
1 TB
Data throughput
Typ. 70 MB/s 2)
Power supply
95 to 260 VAC
Intel® Core™ i5
10/100/1000 BaseT
USB interfaces
4
RS-232 interface
1
Storage drive
Internal DVD +/-RW burner
Operating system
Microsoft® WINDOWS® 7
437 x 443 x 181 mm
(17.2 x 17.4 x 7.1 in.)
Dimensions
Weight
Typ. 12.5 kg (27.5 lb.)
Typ. 12.5 kg (27.5 lb.)
Typ. 12 kg (26.4 lb.)
Environmental specifications
Operating temperature
0 to +40 °C
Storage temperature
-20 to +70 °C
Humidity
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Vibration3)
EN 60068-2-6, EN 60721-3-2 class 2M2
Shock3)
EN 60068-2-27
Please find current specifications in the latest price list
2)
Depends on the system configuration
3)
Tested with Solid State Disk
1)
Additional interfaces and sensors
Measurements are not limited to just classic analog and digital signals. Please find further detailed information to
expand your system in the chapter “Components”.
Needed to complete the system
Options to expand the system
DEWE-ORION “A/D Boards” offer simultaneous sampled
analog inputs, synchronous digital I/Os, high-performance
counters and high-speed CAN interfaces. DAQP- or MDAQ
signal amplifiers and software are needed as well.
Add further “Interface Cards” like ARINC-429, 1553, PCM
telemetry, FireWire and analog output or special “Sensors”
like synchronized Video, industrial encoders (RIE-360) or
GPS.
A/D card
DAQP/MDAQ
DEWESoft
ARINC
VIDEO
Signal Conditioning
Front-ends
3 GB
Ethernet
Components
RAM
Software
Processor
Instruments
Test stand and laboratory instrument
Dedicated Instruments
DEWE2
DEWE-800
VGPS
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DEWE-800
DEWE-800
Most flexible model, prepared for DAQP isolated analog input
amplifier modules. DAQP conditioners offer highest bandwidth, great accuracy, different input ranges and integrated
filters. Besides the single channel modularity – a module easily can be changed by the user at any time – the main advantage of these modules is the high galvanic isolation which
ensures safe measurements, high quality results and make
them almost indestructible. See chapter “Signal Conditioning”
for details.
DEWE-800
DEWE-820
Same as DEWE-800, but for convenient connection of signal
inside a 19“ cabinet the DAQP conditioners are installed on
the back side.
Max. channel count
ANALOG
16 DAQ modules
DIGITAL
I/O card & counter & CAN
DEWE-820
DEWE-801
There are two versions, DEWE-801-B1 and DEWE-801-B2.
Both are for sensor input via differential MDAQ analog input
amplifiers. MDAQ modules are available in cost efficient
and space saving 8-channel blocks. See chapter “Signal
Conditioning” for details.
Max. channel count
ANALOG
64 MDAQ channels
DIGITAL
I/O card & counter & CAN
DEWE-801-B1
DEWE-801-B1 has a fixed front panel and is prepared for up
to 8 MDAQ-SUB-x-BNC modules.
DEWE-801-B2 has a fixed front panel and is prepared for up
to 4 MDAQ-SUB-x-D modules.
DEWE-801-B2
System options and upgrades for DEWE-800 series
Options
Description
800-MK
19“ mounting kit for the DEWE-800 series, 4U
800-DC-12V
Power supply 9 to 18 VDC (no internal battery), max. output 300 W,
Lemo EGJ.3B.302 for DC input, incl. external AC adaptor
800-DC-24V
Power supply 18 to 36 VDC (no internal battery), max. output 300 W,
Lemo EGJ.2B.302 for DC input, incl. external AC adaptor
Upgrades
Description
800-CPU-UP-i7
Upgrade of PC for DEWE-800 series consisting of mainboard with 4 PCI slots
Intel® Core™ i7 processor 2.8 GHz and 4 GB RAM
BAY-5.25-SATA
5.25“ SATA removable drive bay, standard height 43.2 mm / 1.70 in.,
no hard disk included, max. one drive bay per unit
HDD-3.5-SATA-1000
1000 GB SATA harddisk 3.5“, for installation into a 5.25“ removable drive bay
HDD-INT-MINUS
Remove the internal fixed hard disk
Channel Expansion
Signal conditioning for slow signals is added by connecting EPAD2 series modules to the systems EPAD interface.
For expanding the number of dynamic channels there are three choices:
Analog cable: Additional A/D
boards are installed into the basic
instrument and external signal conditioning, e.g. DAQ modules in a
DEWE-30 chassis, is connected by
means of an analog signal cable.
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PcI expansion: A PCI-HOST card
is installed into the basic instrument and external signal conditioning, e.g. DAQ modules in a
DEWE-50 chassis, is connected by
means of a PCI cable.
DEWE-NEt: Several instruments are connected via Ethernet. Each unit requires
an ORION-SYNC option. For short distances a sync cable is used if the units
are far from each other a sync interface
like DEWE-CLOCK is used.
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DEWE2
DEWE-510
Portable instrument
Mixture of isolated DAQP and
differential MDAQ analog inputs possible
Dedicated Instruments
Up to 6 CAN bus interfaces
Fully battery powered (optional)
Use with laptop over Ethernet or connect external
display
Choose from three models
Add your choice of signal conditioning,
A/D board(s) and software to complete these systems
DEWE-510 series
MDAQ input channels
DEWE-510
DEWE-511
16
-
DEWE-512
16
-
Up to 64
Up to 32 (BNC only)
Main system 1)
Total PCI-slots
3 half length
Hard disk
1000 GB
Data throughput
Typ. 70 MB/s 2)
Power supply
95 to 260 VAC
Display
No integrated display, external MOB-DISP-12-A recommended
Processor
Intel® Core™2 Duo 2 GHz
RAM
3 GB
Ethernet
10/100/1000 BaseT
USB interfaces
4
RS-232 interface
1
Operating system
Microsoft® WINDOWS® 7
Typ. 8 kg ( 17.6 lb.)
Environmental specifications
Operating temperature
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with prewarmed unit
Storage temperature
-20 to +70 °C
Humidity
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Vibration3)
EN 60068-2-6, EN 60721-3-2 class 2M2
Shock3)
EN 60068-2-27
Please find current specifications in latest price list
2)
Data throughput depends on system configuration
3)
Tested with Solid State Disk
1)
Additional interfaces and sensors
Measurements are not limited to just classic analog and digital signals. Please find further detailed information to
expand your system in the chapter “Components”.
Needed to complete the system
Options to expand the system
DEWE-ORION “A/D Boards” offer simultaneous sampled
analog inputs, synchronous digital I/Os, high-performance
counters and high-speed CAN interfaces. DAQP- or MDAQ
signal amplifiers and software are needed as well.
Add further “Interface Cards” like ARINC-429, 1553, PCM
telemetry, FireWire and analog output or special “Sensors”
like synchronized Video, industrial encoders (RIE-360) or
GPS.
A/D card
DAQP/MDAQ
DEWESoft
DEWE-30
VIDEO
Components
Signal Conditioning
439 x 308 x 181 mm (17.3 x 12.1 x 7.1 in.)
Weight
Software
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Instruments
Slots for DAQ or PAD modules
Front-ends
Input specifications
VGPS
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DEWE-510
DEWE-510
Most flexible model, prepared for DAQP isolated analog input
amplifier modules. DAQP conditioners offer highest bandwidth, great accuracy, different input ranges and integrated
filters. Besides the single channel modularity – a module easily can be changed by the user at any time – the main advantage of these modules is the high galvanic isolation which
ensures safe measurements, high quality results and make
them almost indestructible. See chapter “Signal Conditioning”
for details.
DEWE-510
Max. channel count
ANALOG
16 DAQ modules
DIGITAL
I/O card & counter & CAN
DEWE-511
There are two versions, DEWE-511-A and DEWE-511-B. Both
are for sensor input via differential MDAQ analog input amplifiers. MDAQ modules are available in cost efficient and space
saving 8-channel blocks. See chapter “Signal Conditioning”
for details.
Max. channel count
ANALOG
64 MDAQ channels
DIGITAL
I/O card & counter & CAN
DEWE-511-A has a modular front panel and accepts
up to 8 MDAQ-SUB-x-BNC modules
1 MDAQ-SUB-x-D and up to 5 MDAQ-SUB-x-BNC modules
2 MDAQ-SUB-x-D and up to 4 MDAQ-SUB-x-BNC modules
3 MDAQ-SUB-x-D and 1 MDAQ-SUB-x-BNC module
up to 4 MDAQ-SUB-x-D modules
DEWE-511-A
DEWE-511-B has a fixed front panel and is prepared for
up to 8 MDAQ-SUB-x-D modules
DEWE-511-B
DEWE-512
This version combines 16 slots for isolated DAQP modules
and 2 positions for differential MDAQ blocks. Thus it enables
you configuring a cost optimized system that needs isolated
inputs, e.g. high voltage signals, and a number of differential
inputs, e.g. accelerometers.
Note that only MDAQ-SUB-x-BNC fit into this model due to
limited space of 1.5U.
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Max. channel count
ANALOG
32 MDAQ ch & 16 DAQ m.
DIGITAL
I/O card & counter & CAN
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Description
510-PS-BAT
Battery power supply with UPS function,
18 .. 24 VDC non-isolated input, incl. external AC adaptor,
3 slots for hot-swappable batteries, 3 batteries for appr. 3 hours operation included,
for DC operation always add DEWE-DCDC-24-300-ISO
DEWE-DCDC-24-300-ISO
External DC/DC converter with isolation,
9 to 36 VDC input range, Lemo EGJ.3B.302, incl. 2 m cable to banana jacks,
24 VDC output, 300 W, Lemo EGG.2B.302 socket
BAT-CHARGER-1
Desktop battery charger for 1 battery, incl. external AC adaptor
PS-BAT-REMOTE-ON
Special add-on for the battery power supply, one extra connection with a wake-up signal is needed to
the power supply input of the unit,
allows to automatically turn on the instrument when the ignition of the car is turned on, also turns off
the instrument when the car is turned off
Power supply 9 to 18 VDC (no internal battery), max. output 300 W,
Lemo EGJ.3B.302 for DC input, incl. external AC adaptor
510-DC-24V
Power supply 18 to 36 VDC (no internal battery), max. output 300 W,
Lemo EGJ.2B.302 for DC input, incl. external AC adaptor
Upgrades
Description
510-UP-CPU-i7
Upgrade of PC for DEWE-510 series;
Intel® Core™ i7 processor 2.1 GHz and 4 GB RAM; Firewire interface not available
HDD-1000-SSD-128
Upgrade to 128 GB flash disk (replaces 1 TB hard disk),
max. data throughput 40 MB/s
Instruments
510-DC-12V
Dedicated Instruments
Options
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System options and upgrades for DEWE-510 series
Option 510-PS-BAT
Software
Left picture: Screenshot of DEWESoft
battery monitor function
Components
Hot-swappable batteries
Signal Conditioning
Front-ends
Option 510-PS-BAT turns the DEWE-510 series unit into a fully battery
powered instrument. The hot-swappable batteries guarantee continuous operation without an external power source. The instrument
provides 3 slots for BAT-95WH batteries and can be operated for up
to ~2 hours with 2 batteries installed. Since this time depends a lot
on the system configuration a DEWESoft plugin shows the battery
status directly in the software. Also alarm conditions can be set and
the battery parameters can be displayed as additional measurement
channels.
256 GB Solid State disk
Option for highest reliabilty
1 TB hard disk
Convenient for many recordings
DEWE-DCDC-24-300-ISO
Isolated DC power supply
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Channel Expansion
Signal conditioning for slow signals is added by connecting EPAD2 series modules to the systems EPAD interface.
For expanding the number of dynamic channels there are three choices:
Analog cable: Additional A/D
boards are installed into the basic
instrument and external signal conditioning, e.g. DAQ modules in a
DEWE-30 chassis, is connected by
means of an analog signal cable.
PcI expansion: A PCI-HOST card
is installed into the basic instrument and external signal conditioning, e.g. DAQ modules in a
DEWE-50 chassis, is connected by
means of a PCI cable.
DEWE-NEt: Several instruments are connected via Ethernet. Each unit requires
an ORION-SYNC option. For short distances a sync cable is used if the units
are far from each other a sync interface
like DEWE-CLOCK is used.
Ethe rnet
Ethe rnet
ORI ON- sync
ORI ON- sync
Eth ern et
OR ION -sy nc
Eth ern et
OR IO N- sy nc
Popular Accessory - MOB-DISP
It is very common to use a DEWE-510 with a mobile display for in-vehicle applications, fieldwork or on test stands.
Find more information about the MOB-DISP-12, the rugged external display with 12”, in the chapter “Components”.
MOB-DISP-12 in car with Autopole-1
DEWE-POWERBOX-12
DC Power distribution box
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MOB-DISP-12 with suction cups on windshield
Remote control via iPAD
or any smartphone with
installed VNC software
DEWE-DCDC-24-300-ISO
Isolated DC power supply
DEWE-510 with MOB-DISP
Optional battery charger
(range: 90 to 260 V AC)
The carrying bag is
included as standard
accessory
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DEWE-501
Compact portable instrument
Fully battery powered,
up to 2 hours without external power
Dedicated Instruments
Up to 64 differential MDAQ analog inputs
Solid state disk for extreme ruggedness
Plenty of channel expansion options
DEWE-501
Input specifications
MDAQ input channels
Up to 64
Main system 1)
Total PCI-slots
3 half length
32 GB SSD
Data throughput
Typ. 40 MB/s
Battery powered, 18 to 24 VDC input
2 battery slots 3), 2 batteries for ~2 hrs. operation incl.
Power supply
External AC power supply 95 to 260 VAC included
External DC power supply 9 to 36 VDC optional
Display
No integrated display, external MOP-DISP-12-A recommended
Processor
Intel® Core™2 Duo
RAM
3 GB
10/100/1000 BaseT
USB interfaces
Front-ends
Ethernet
3
RS-232 interface
-
Operating system
Microsoft® WINDOWS® 7
Dimensions (W x D x H)
439 x 209 x 181 mm
(17.3 x 8.2 x 7.1 in.)
Weight without batteries
Typ. 6 kg (13.2 lb.)
Instruments
Hard disk
Storage temperature
-20 to +60 °C
Humidity
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Vibration
EN 60068-2-6, EN 60721-3-2 class 2M2
Shock
EN 60068-2-27
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Data throughput depends on system configuration
3)
Weight of one battery: 660 g (1.45 lb.)
1)
Additional interfaces and sensors
Measurements are not limited to just classic analog and digital signals. Please find further detailed information to
expand your system in the chapter “Components”.
Needed to complete the system
Options to expand the system
DEWE-ORION “A/D Boards” offer simultaneous sampled
analog inputs, synchronous digital I/Os, high-performance
counters and high-speed CAN interfaces. DAQP- or MDAQ
signal amplifiers and software are needed as well.
Add further “Interface Cards” like ARINC-429, 1553, PCM
telemetry, FireWire and analog output or special “Sensors”
like synchronized Video, industrial encoders (RIE-360) or
GPS.
A/D card
DAQP/MDAQ
DEWESoft
DEWE-30
VIDEO
Components
0 to +50 °C
0 to +45 °C
-5 to +50 °C
Software
Operating temperature
when discharging batteries
when charging batteries
with batteries removed
Signal Conditioning
Environmental specifications
VGPS
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DEWE-501
DEWE-501
There are two versions: DEWE-501-A and DEWE-501-B. Both are for sensor input via differential MDAQ analog
input amplifiers. MDAQ modules are available in cost efficient and space saving 8-channel blocks. For detailed
module selection see chapter “Signal Conditioning“.
Max. channel count
ANALOG
64 MDAQ channels
DIGITAL
I/O card & counter & CAN
DEWE-501-A has a modular front panel and accepts
up to 8 MDAQ-SUB-x-BNC modules
1 MDAQ-SUB-x-D and up to 5 MDAQ-SUB-x-BNC modules
2 MDAQ-SUB-x-D and up to 4 MDAQ-SUB-x-BNC modules
3 MDAQ-SUB-x-D and 1 MDAQ-SUB-x-BNC module
up to 4 MDAQ-SUB-x-D modules
DEWE-501-A
DEWE-501-B has a fixed front panel and is prepared for
up to 8 MDAQ-SUB-x-D modules
DEWE-501-B
Battery power
The DEWE-501 is a fully battery powered
instrument. The hot-swappable batteries guarantee continuous operation without an external
power source. The instrument provides 2 slots
for BAT-95WH batteries and can be operated
for up to ~2 hours with 2 batteries installed.
Since this time depends a lot on the system
configuration a DEWESoft plugin shows the
battery status directly in the software. Also
alarm conditions can be set and the battery
parameters can be displayed as additional
measurement channels.
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Desktop battery charger for 1 battery, incl. external AC adaptor
BAT-CHARGER-4
Desktop battery charger for 4 batteries, incl. external AC adaptor
PS-BAT-REMOTE-ON
Special add-on for the battery power supply, one extra connection with a wake-up signal is needed to
the power supply input of the unit,
allows to automatically turn on the instrument when the ignition of the car is turned on, also turns off
the instrument when the car is turned off
DEWE-501-PCI-64-A
64 channel expansion for DEWE-501, for a total of up to 128 channels,
3 internal half-length PCI slots for ORION cards, modular frontpanel prepared for MDAQ modules,
PCI and SYNC interfaces and connection cables included
DEWE-501-PCI-64-B
64 channel expansion for DEWE-501, for a total of up to 128 channels,
3 internal half-length PCI slots for ORION cards, fixed frontpanel for up to 8 MDAQ-SUB-x-D
modules,
PCI and SYNC interfaces and connection cables included
FIREWIRE-1394
Adds a PCI Firewire IEEE-1394 interface to the instrument
Upgrades
Description
501-CPU-UP-i7
Upgrade of PC for DEWE-501; Intel® Core™ i7 processor 2.1 GHz and 4 GB RAM
SSD-32-256
Upgrade of 32 GB flash disk to 256 GB flash disk
DEWE-501-PCI-64 Expansion Chassis
The DEWE-501-PCI-64 expansion chassis is available as an option to create a compact 128 channel system. The
DEWE-501 is mounted on top of the DEWE-501-PCI-64. Of course the expansion has the same battery power supply
as the base instrument. The two units are connected by a PCI cable and a SYNC cable.
There are also two versions, DEWE-501-PCI-64-A and DEWE-501-PCI-64-B, similar to the two versions of DEWE-501
base instrument. Such configuration is only possible when two new units are ordered at the same time as a 128
channel system.
128 channel system
DEWE-501-B with DEWE-501-PCI-64
ORION sync and PCI connection
Detail: fixing bars
Further Channel Expansion
Signal conditioning for slow signals is added by connecting EPAD2 series modules to the systems EPAD interface.
For expanding the number of dynamic channels there are three choices:
Analog cable: Additional A/D
boards are installed into the basic
instrument and external signal conditioning, e.g. DAQ modules in a
DEWE-30 chassis, is connected by
means of an analog signal cable.
PCI expansion: A PCI-HOST card
is installed into the basic instrument and external signal conditioning, e.g. DAQ modules in a
DEWE-50 chassis, is connected by
means of a PCI cable.
DEWE-NET: Several instruments are connected via Ethernet. Each unit requires
an ORION-SYNC option. For short distances a sync cable is used if the units
are far from each other a sync interface
like DEWE-CLOCK is used.
Dedicated Instruments
BAT-CHARGER-1
Instruments
External DC/DC converter with isolation,
9 to 36 VDC input range, Lemo EGJ.3B.302, incl. 2 m cable to banana jacks,
24 VDC output, 300 W, Lemo EGG.2B.302 socket
Front-ends
DEWE-DCDC-24-300-ISO
Signal Conditioning
Spare Lithium-Ion battery, 14.4 V, 95Wh, max. 8A
Components
Description
BAT-95WH
Software
Options
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Display for DEWE-501
There is one external rugged displays for the DEWE-501,
the MOB-DISP-12 with 12''.
DEWE-501 with MOB-DISP-12
Example Configurations
DEWE-501-B with therm modules
DEWE-501-B with MIL connection
48 channels „BRIDGE“ and 32 channel
thermocouple “K”
DEWE-POWERBOX-12
DC Power distribution box
Remote control via iPAD
or any smartphone with installed
VNC software
64 channels “STRAIN”
32 channels via MIL connectors directly
to the ORION A/D card
All battery powered instruments
have an input range
between 18 and 24 V DC
DEWE-DCDC-24-300-ISO
Isolated DC power supply
( Sy m bo l pho to )
MOB-DISP-12
External displays
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WLAN
Unmanned operation
with WLAN
Standard AC/DC
power supply
(range: 90 to 260 V AC )
Optional battery charger
(range: 90 to 260 V AC)
The carrying bag is
included as standard
accessory
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DEWE-211
Smallest 16 channel instrument
Wide range DC input and optional battery pack
16 differential MDAQ analog inputs
Solid state disk for extreme ruggedness
Dedicated Instruments
LAN and WLAN interface
DEWE-211
Input specifications
MDAQ input channels
16
Optional,
if DEWE-ORION-32xx card is installed
Expansion connector for additional 16 channels
Main system 1)
1 half length
Hard disk
Instruments
Total PCI slots
32 GB SSD
Data throughput
Typ. 40 MB/s2)
8 to 30 VDC,
external AC power supply adapter included
Power supply
No integrated display,
external MOP-DISP-12-A recommended
Display
Front-ends
Intel® Core™2 Duo
3 GB
2x 10/100/1000 BaseT
Wireless LAN
1 antenna, 802.11n standard
USB interfaces
4
FireWire® interface
1
Operating system
Microsoft® WINDOWS® 7
Weight
Signal Conditioning
317 x 252 x 92 mm
(12.5 x 9.9 x 3.6 in.)
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Typ. 5 kg (11 lbs)
Environmental specifications
Operating temperature
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with prewarmed unit
Storage temperature
-20 to +70 °C
Humidity
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Vibration
EN 60068-2-6, EN 60721-3-2 class 2M2
Shock
EN 60068-2-27
Please find current specifications in the latest price list
2)
Depends on the system configuration
1)
Additional interfaces and sensors
Measurements are not limited to just classic analog and digital signals. Please find further detailed information to
expand your system in the chapter “Components”.
Needed to complete the system
Options to expand the system
DEWE-ORION “A/D Boards” offer simultaneous sampled
analog inputs, synchronous digital I/Os, high-performance
counters and high-speed CAN interfaces. DAQP- or MDAQ
signal amplifiers and software are needed as well.
Add further “Interface Cards” like ARINC-429, 1553, PCM
telemetry, FireWire and analog output or special “Sensors”
like synchronized Video, industrial encoders (RIE-360) or
GPS.
A/D card
DAQP/MDAQ
DEWESoft
DEWE-30-16
VIDEO
Components
Ethernet
Software
Processor
RAM
VGPS
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DEWE-211
DEWE-211
DSUB-9 configuration
BNC configuration
DEWE-211
Sensor input via differential MDAQ analog input amplifiers.
MDAQ modules are available in cost efficient and space saving 8-channel blocks. See chapter “Signal Conditioning” for
details.
Three differential standard front panels are available.
Mixed layout
System options and upgrades for DEWE-211 series
Options
Description
211-REMOTE-ON
Change power supply configuration to remote-on mode,
useful for in-car applications to start the DEWE-211 when the ignition of the car is turned on,
incl. cable 2 m terminated with 3 banana plugs, in this mode there is a general power-on delay of approx. 8 seconds
DEWE-UPS-150-DC
External 130 W UPS and multi-battery charger with 9 .. 36 VDC input range
for powering systems with wide range DC input,
output of DEWE-UPS-150-DC is 12 .. 16 VDC when running from batteries and 24 VDC when powered from DC,
2 slots for BAT-95WH batteries, 2 batteries included,
mechanically compatible with DEWE-211,
REMOTE-ON option is not available when DEWE-UPS-150-DC is connected to DEWE-211
Upgrades
Description
211-CPU-UP-i7
Upgrade of PC for DEWE-510 series; Intel® Core™ i7 processor 2.1 GHz and 4 GB RAM
FireWire® interface not available
SSD-32-256
Upgrade of 32 GB flash disk to 256 GB flash disk
DEWE-211 with battery pack
The optional battery pack DEWE-UPS-150-DC turns the DEWE211 into a fully battery powered instrument. The hot-swappable
batteries guarantee continuous operation without an external
power source. The instrument provides 2 slots for BAT-95WH
batteries and can be operated for up to ~2 hours with 2 batteries installed. Since this time depends a lot on the system
configuration a DEWESoft plugin shows the battery status
directly in the software. Also alarm conditions can be set and
the battery parameters can be displayed as additional measurement channels.
Channel Expansion
Signal conditioning for slow signals is added by connecting EPAD2 series modules to the systems EPAD interface.
For expanding the number of dynamic channels there are two choices:
Analog cable: A 32ch ORION series A/D card is installed
into the DEWE-1201 and external signal conditioning,
e.g. DAQ modules in a DEWE-30 chassis, is connected
by means of an analog signal cable.
DEWE-31-16 channel expansion
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with DEWE-UPS-150-DC
DEWE-NET: Several instruments are connected via
Ethernet. Each unit requires an ORION-SYNC option to
synchronize all A/D converters. For short distances a
synchronisation cable is used if the units are far from
each other a sync interface like DEWE-CLOCK is used.
DEWE-POWERBOX-12
DC Power distribution box
Interfaces
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Components
Signal Conditioning
Front-ends
Instruments
Front-EnDs
Dedicated Instruments
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Energy & Power Analysis
Aerospace & Defense
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Ethernet solution
DEWETRON Front-ends are combining signal conditioning
with A/D card and software. These units are designed to be
connected to YOUR computer. Or use one of our ruggedized
industrial models.
Combined with a state-of-the-art computer these instruments have the power of synchronous acquisition and analysis of vastly different signals! All kinds of analog signals,
digital I/Os, counters and even CAN bus can be connected.
Attach a camera directly to your computer and you even get
additional video pictures. Choose from USB, ECARD/PCI or
Ethernet interface, depending on your application.
Each unit is controlled by one SYNC-CLOCK™, either generated internally or from external sync interfaces like DEWECLOCK. This SYNC-CLOCK™ technology allows synchronizing several independent systems even without physical
connection. Each system can have hundreds of channels.
Key Features
Several models for USB, ECARD/PCI or
Ethernet interface
High accuracy and repeatability
Traceable system specifications
16 bit or 24 bit resolution
500 kS/s up to 1.6 MS/s total sampling rate
Synchronous acquisition of analog, digital,
counter, CAN bus, video and GPS data
Modular system configuration using isolated
HSI, DAQP or differential MDAQ amplifier
modules
Easy to use DEWESoft software for data
acquisition and analysis
The DEWETRON Front-ends enable you to make measurements with highest precision even in harsh environments,
using your computer. The ingenious driver and software design is the base for outstanding power and flexibility in
applications.
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Front-ends
Signal Conditioning
Front-ends
ECARD/PCI solution
Software
USB solution
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
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Energy & Power Analysis
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Front-ends
USB Solution
DEWETRON USB instruments are the preferred units to turn your notebook
computer into a powerful measurement system. USB is easy to install and convenient to connect, the cable length can be max. 5 meters. All USB instruments
have an integrated fixed A/D converter system. Several models offer a synchronization option to enable higher channel counts by daisy-chaining units.
There is a whole range of modular instruments with slots for high performance
DAQP signal conditioning modules or positions for cost-effective MDAQ
blocks.
DEWE-50-USB2-8
Most compact instrument for DAQP isolation amplifiers
Typical use:
Measurement of 8 to 32 channels using a notebook computer
ECARD/PCI Solution
DEWETRON ECARD/PCI solutions are perfectly suited for use with laptop computers as well as with workstations. For all units the interface can either be
an ECARD for laptops or a PCI / PCI Express card for workstations. The cable
length is limited to 1 meter. All ECARD/PCI instruments offer internal PCI slots
to install DEWE-ORION series A/D boards or other PCI cards.
There is a range of portable units which are mostly used to turn laptop computers into data acquisition systems. And there is a range of bigger high channel
count units which are mostly used for fixed installations.
The third use of ECARD/PCI devices is to expand existing DEWETRON instruments and systems. The ECARD/PCI solutions either offer slots for high performance DAQP signal conditioning modules or positions for cost-effective MDAQ
blocks.
DEWE-51-PCI-192
Rack-mounted 192 channel system for
MDAQ modules
Typical use:
High quality measurements using DEWE-ORION series A/D cards with a
notebook computer
Rack-mount systems with up to 512 channels
Ethernet Solution
DEWETRON Ethernet solutions cover two different applications. On the one
hand single instruments are used with laptop computers or workstations for
data logging and on the other hand multiple units create high channel count
distributed systems and achieve almost unlimited stream to disk rates. The
cable length reaches up to 100 meters without a hub and several kilometers
using fibre-optic LAN.
DEWE-211
Portable 16 channel system for MDAQ
modules
A very popular way of using a DEWE-NET instrument is to remote control the
unit by another computer via Ethernet. It means that the remote computer 100 %
controls the instrument and e.g. starts storing. For live data view all or a selection of activated channels are transferred to the remote computer. For highest
reliability data can be stored on the instrument and on the remote computer
as well.
A typical application is measuring in dangerous environments (e.g. on an
engine test stand) and online view the data on a PC outside the test chamber. If
huge channel counts are needed and/or the monitoring area is wide a network
consisting of several DEWE-NET instruments is built. All instruments are connected via Ethernet (copper or fibre-optic link). Depending on the distance the
synchronization of all units is done by a sync cable or by sync interfaces like
DEWE-CLOCK. One Master Client is used to setup and control all measurement
units. Data is stored locally on each instrument but also can be transferred
to the Master Client online and stored there additionally up to the limit of the
Ethernet data throughput.
Typical use:
Dynamic monitoring of huge bridges or buildings
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DEWE2
USB Devices with 24 bit Resolution
Isolated DAQP modules
Easy to install on your computer
24 bit resolution
Synchronous CAN interfaces and counter/digital inputs
DEWESoft-7-SE and OPT-CAN included
Add your choice of signal conditioning,
A/D board(s) and software to complete these systems
Specifications
DEWE-50-USB2-8
Analog input
Number of channels
8 (simultaneously sampled)
Measured values
According installed DAQP modules
Internal A/D system
Sampling rate
204.8 kS/s
-3 dB bandwidth
76 kHz @ 204.8 kS/s (consider possible limit of DAQP module)
Accuracy
±0.1 % of range, ±0.5 mV
Signal to noise @ fs<1000 Hz
< 100 dB
Crosstalk
< 100 dB
Counter/Digital inputs
2 counters or 6 digital inputs
(per software each counter can be selected to be 3x digital input)
Number of channels
Counter modes
Event counting, encoder input, period, pulsewidth, duty cycle, frequency measurement
Resolution
32 bit
Time base
102.4 MHz
Signal levels
TTL/CMOS
Input voltage protection
30 V
CAN inputs
Number of channels
2
Specification
CAN 2.0B, up to 1 MBaud
Physical layer
High speed
Environmental
Operating temperature
0 to 50°C
Storage temperature
-20 to 70°C
Relative humidity
95 % non condensing @ 60°C
Vibration
tbd
Shock
tbd
Processing
System
Requires PC based system with DEWESoft software
Interface
USB 2.0
Power requirements
9 to 36 VDC
Typical power consumption
Typ. 20 W (5 W internal A/D system + DAQP modules)
Physical
Dimensions (L x W x H)
230 x 181 x 104 mm (9.06 x 7.13 x 4.09 in.)
Weight
Typ. 3 kg (2.5 kg + DAQP modules) 6.6 lb. (5.5 lb. + DAQP modules)
Software
Displays
Recorder, Scope, FFT, 3D Waterfall FFT, Octave, …
Triggers
Edge, Filtered Edge, Window, Pulsewidth, Slope, FFT, …
Formula editor, FIR-, IIR-, FFT-filter, basic statistics, reference curve
Human Body Vibration, Order Tracking, Rotational & Torsional Vibration,
Sound Level, Frequency Response Function
Online special mathematics
System options
Option
Description
50-8-OUT-5
8 BNC connectors on back panel, ±5 V output of DAQx-modules
50-8-SYNC
Synchronization option for two DEWE-50-USB2-8. Allows using max. two units as a 16 channel system, synchronization cable 50-8-CBL-SYNC-x needs to be ordered additionally.
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Software
Online standard mathematics
Components
Supply voltage
Front-ends
Sigma-Delta
Instruments
24 bit
Type of ADC
Signal Conditioning
Resolution
Dedicated Instruments
204.8 kS/s per channel, simultaneous sampling
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Analog Input
The internal A/D system offers eight analog inputs, each has its own sigma-delta A/D converter and is sampled at
up to 204.8 kS/s at 24 bit resolution. Anti-aliasing filters are included for each channel.
The DEWE-50-uSB2-8 offers eight slots for high performance DAQP isolated signal conditioning modules. Thus any analog sensor can be connected.
counter/Digital Input
There are Lemo sockets where each can either be used as
one counter/encoder input or as three digital inputs – this
is a software selection and can be set individually for each
socket. Thanks to the special DEWETRON technology, the
counter/digital inputs are acquired absolutely synchronously to the analog channels. DEWETRON counters are
able to perform
Basic counting
Frequency measurement
Gated counting
Pulse width measurement
Up/down counting
Period time measurement
Duty cycle
Two pulse edge separation
cAN Interface
There are two high speed CAN interfaces which are able to acquire data from vehicle CAN – or vehicle OBDII interface – as well as from any sensor outputting CAN data.
Alternatively DEWETRON CPAD2 modules can be connected to a CAN interface to acquire quasi-static thermocouple, RTD, voltage or current signals.
SyNc Interface
A SYNC interface enables combination of two units to a 16 channel system.
USB
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USB Devices with 16 bit Resolution
Simple USB connection to your computer
16 isolated DAQP or 32 differential MDAQ analog inputs
16 bit resolution
Add your choice of signal
conditioning and software to
complete these systems
DEWE-50-USB2-16
Slots for DAQ or PAD modules
DEWE-51-USB2-32
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External quasi-static
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EPAD interface, up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
A/D conversion
Sampling method
Multiplexed sampling
Resolution
16 bit
Sampling rate
500 kS/s aggregate
31.25 kS/s per channel
500 kS/s aggregate
15.625 kS/s per channel
Optional
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95 to 260 VAC
Counter and digital inputs
Counters / digital inputs
CAN bus
High-speed CAN bus interfaces
Power supply
Power supply
Main system
Microsoft® WINDOWS® XP, Microsoft® WINDOWS® 7
Dimensions (W x D x H)
435 x 245x 133 mm
17.1 x 9.6 x 5.2 in.
435 x 245x 133 mm
17.1 x 9.6 x 5.2 in.
Weight
Typ. 5.5 kg (12 Ibs)
Typ. 5.5 kg (12 Ibs)
Environmental specifications
Operating temperature
0 to +50 °C
Storage temperature
-20 to +70 °C
Humidity
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Vibration
EN 60068-2-6, EN 60721-3-2 class 2M2
Shock
EN 60068-2-27
Software
All DEWE-50-USB2-16-x are prepared for installation of up to 16 high performance DAQP signal conditioning modules. These models offer maximum flexibility as DAQP modules can be added or exchanged at any time by the
user. One model offers positions for cost-effective and space saving MDAQ blocks for differential inputs. It can be
equipped with up to 32 analog inputs. Only software and DAQP series modules are needed to complete any of these
systems.
Signal Conditioning
USB 2
Supported operating systems
Components
Host PC interface
Instruments
Choose from four models
Front-ends
Various power supply options
Dedicated Instruments
Sync option for channel expansion (some models)
Carrying handle
DEWE-50-DC option for DC
power supply
USB interface with hot
plug-and-play capabilities
16 BNCs on the rear for
conditioned signal output
19“ rack mount kit
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DEWE-50-USB2-16
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50-16-DC-UPS
DC power supply 10 to 32 V with internal UPS battery ~3 min.
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DC power supply 9 to 36 V
DC power supply 9 to 36 V
DEWE-POW-24-350
External power supply for 50-xx-DC option,
95 to 260 VAC Input, 24 VDC output
50-16-OUT-5
16 BNC connectors on back panel,
±5 V output of DAQx modules
50-16-OUT-10
16 BNC connectors on back panel,
±10 V output of DAQx modules
51-USB2-32-OUT-5
32 BNC connectors on back panel,
±5 V output of MDAQ-SUB-x modules
51-USB2-32-OUT-10
32 BNC connectors on back panel,
±10 V output of MDAQ-SUB-x modules
50-USB2-SYNC
connector for synchronizing two DEWE-50-USB2 units (one
counter is used for SYNC)
50-USB2-DIO-PANEL-1
Adds 5 isolated counter / encoder inputs and
up to 16 digital inputs (TTL level),
plus connector for synchronizing two DEWE-50-USB2 units
(one counter is used for SYNC)
50-16-MK
19“ rack-mount-kit, 3 U
Expandability
The 50-USB-SYNC option enables you to cascade several units to increase the total channel count. One counter is
used for the synchronization and the total sampling rate decreases to 250 kS/s aggregate per chassis if two units
are connected. For creating a multi chassis system USB and SYNC connection between the different devices are
needed.
Cascading of three DEWE-50-USB2-16
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ECARD / PCI Series
Connect to any host PC via Express card, PCI Express or PCI interface
Eight different models for laptop or workstation computers
Up to 64 isolated DAQP modules or
up to 192 differential MDAQ inputs
Fast data transfer up to 80 MB/s
Cascading option for creating high channel count systems
Two Major Applications
There is a range of portable units which are mostly used to turn laptop computers into data acquisition systems.
Furthermore there is a range of bigger high channel count units which are often used to expand existing DEWETRON
systems. This is done by cascading several systems to increase the total channel count.
Dedicated Instruments
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ECARD/PCI Series
Instruments
DEWE-50-PCI with Laptop Computers
Another popular use of DEWE-50-PCI units is to expand the channel count of DEWETRON instruments. The basic
instrument needs to have ORION-SYNC option installed to ensure the synchronous sampling of all internal and external analog inputs. In this case the DEWE-50-PCI usually is attached to the instrument via a PCI host card.
Sync
PCI
DEWE-2600
DEWE-50-PCI-16
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Components
DEWE-50-PCI with DEWETRON Instruments
Software
Even the use of multiple DEWE-50-PCI units on a single notebook computer is supported, ending up in a very flexible, multi-channel system.
Signal Conditioning
Front-ends
Choosing DEWE-50-PCI units enables you to attach high-performance data
acquisition to your notebook computer. Inside each unit there are PCI slots
to install DEWE-ORION series A/D boards to create a high-speed synchronized mixed signal data acquisition system. The DEWE-50-PCI is simply
connected to your laptop computer by the Express card 54 which comes
with every unit. Most modern laptops are equipped with an Express card 54
slot. However, some offer an Express card 34 slot and for this case there is
an option to change the interface card from ECARD-54 to ECARD-34.
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Choose from eight models
Add your choice of signal conditioning,
A/D board(s) and software to complete these systems
DEWE-50-PCI-16
DEWE-50-PCI-32
DEWE-50-PCI-64
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MDAQ input channels
External quasi-static channel expansion
EPAD interface, up to 16 EPAD2 modules = 128 ch
Digital I/O, counter, CAN bus
Depending on selected ORION board(s)
Main system
Internal PCI slots
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ExpressCard-54, optional PCI,
PCI-Express or ExpressCard-34
PCI, PCI-Express or ECARD
Host PC interface
Supported operating systems
Microsoft® WINDOWS® XP, Microsoft® WINDOWS® 7
Power supply
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Weight
95 to 260 VAC
95 to 260 VAC
95 to 260 VAC
435 x 245 x 133 mm
(17.1 x 9.6 x 5.2 in.)
435 x 300 x 223 mm
(17.1 x 11.8 x 8.8 in.)
435 x 300 x 444 mm
(17.1 x 11.8 x 17.5 in.)
Typ. 6 kg (13 Ibs)
Typ. 10 kg (22 Ibs)
Typ. 15 kg (33 Ibs)
Environmental specifications
Operating temperature
0 to +50 °C
Storage temperature
-20 to +70 °C
Humidity
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Vibration
EN 60068-2-6, EN 60721-3-2 Class 2M2
Shock
EN 60068-2-27
Options
50-HANDLE
Carrying handle for DEWE-50 series
50-16-DC-UPS
DC power supply 10 to 32 V with internal UPS battery ~3 min. and external
AC adaptor
50-16-DC
DC power supply 9 to 36 V
DEWE-POW-24-350
External power supply for 50-xx-DC option,
95 to 260 VAC Input, 24 VDC output
50-DC-12V
DC power supply 9 to 18 V, incl. external AC adaptor
50-DC-24V
DC power supply 18 to 36 V, incl. external AC adaptor
50-PCI-CS
Option cascading of several DEWE-50-PCI units,
occupies 1 PCI slot inside the DEWE-50-PCI unit
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Additional interfaces and sensors
Measurements are not limited to just classic analog and digital signals. Please find further detailed information to
expand your system in the chapter “Components”.
Needed to complete the system
Options to expand the system
DEWE-ORION “A/D Boards” offer simultaneous sampled
analog inputs, synchronous digital I/Os, high-performance
counters and high-speed CAN interfaces. DAQP- or MDAQ
signal amplifiers and software are needed as well.
Add further “Interface Cards” like ARINC-429, 1553, PCM
telemetry, FireWire and analog output or special “Sensors”
like synchronized Video, industrial encoders (RIE-360) or
GPS.
A/D card
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Up to 64
Up to 128
Up to 192
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Depending on selected ORION board(s)
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PCI-Express or ExpressCard-34
PCI, PCI-Express or ECARD
Microsoft® WINDOWS® XP, Microsoft® WINDOWS® 7
95 to 260 VAC
9 to 36 VDC,
incl. external AC adaptor
95 to 260 VAC
95 to 260 VAC
95 to 260 VAC
435 x 300 x 223 mm
(17.1 x 11.8 x 8.8 in.)
282 x 230 x 88 mm
(11.1 x 9.1 x 3.5 in.)
435 x 300 x 177 mm
(17.1 x 11.8 x 7.0 in.)
435 x 300 x 267 mm
(17.1 x 11.8 x 10.5 in.)
435 x 300 x 444 mm
(17.1 x 11.8 x 17.5 in.)
Typ. 9 kg (20 Ibs)
Typ. 3 kg (6.6 Ibs)
Typ. 6 kg (13 Ibs)
Typ. 9 kg (20 Ibs)
Typ. 12 kg (24 Ibs)
0 to +50 °C
-20 to +70 °C
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
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DEWE-51-PCI-128
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DEWE-51-PCI-64
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DEWE-51-PCI-16
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Signal Conditioning
DEWE-52-PCI-3216
DEWE2
ECARD / PCI Series
DEWE-50-DC option for DC
power supply
Synchronization
19“ rack mount kit
PCI- and PCI-Express cards Express-cards to connect
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DEWE-5x-PC to Notebooks
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MDAQ Configurations of DEWE-51-PCI Series
DEWE-51-PCI-16 The DEWE-51-PCI-16 is prepared for up to 16 MDAQ channels and any combination
of MDAQ-SUB-x-BNC and MDAQ-SUB-x-D is supported
DEWE-51-PCI-16
DEWE-51-PCI-64 The DEWE-51-PCI-64 is prepared for up to 64 MDAQ channels and there are
2 versions, DEWE-51-PCI-64-A and DEWE-51-PCI-64-B.
DEWE-51-PCI-64
DEWE-51-PCI-64-A has a modular front panel and accepts
up to 8 MDAQ-SUB-x-BNC modules
1 MDAQ-SUB-x-D and up to 5 MDAQ-SUB-x-BNC modules
2 MDAQ-SUB-x-D and up to 4 MDAQ-SUB-x-BNC modules
3 MDAQ-SUB-x-D and 1 MDAQ-SUB-x-BNC module
up to 4 MDAQ-SUB-x-D modules
DEWE-51-PCI-64-A
Max. channel count
ANALOG
64 MDAQ channels
DIGITAL
I/O card & counter & CAN
DEWE-51-PCI-64-B has a fixed front panel and is prepared for
up to 8 MDAQ-SUB-x-D modules
Max. channel count
ANALOG
64 MDAQ channels
DIGITAL
I/O card & counter & CAN
DEWE-51-PCI-64-B
DEWE-51-PCI-128
The following standard MDAQ configurations are supported:
MDAQ modules with DSUB connecotors
max. number of modules
channels
1
2
3
4
5
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32
48
64
80
96
MDAQ modules with BNC connecotors
max. number of modules
channels
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DEWE-51-PCI-192
The following standard MDAQ configurations are supported:
MDAQ modules with DSUB connecotors
max. number of modules
channels
1
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3
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5
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48
64
80
96
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max. number of modules
channels
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DEWE-NET
DEWE2
DEWE-NET Devices
High-speed data acquisition for laptops or workstations via Ethernet
Online data transfer or local storing
Data storage on DEWE-NET device and/or on remote computer
Various models with up to 64 channels available
DEWE-510-NET
DEWE-501-NET
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DAQ / PAD amplifier slots
MDAQ amplifier input channels
Combined DAQ / PAD slots
16 DAQ / PAD,
and MDAQ input channels
up to 32 MDAQ (BNC only)
DEWE-211-NET
Internal conditioned channels
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Quasi-static channel expansion
EPAD interface
EPAD interface
EPAD interface
Up to 16 EPAD2 = 128 ch
Up to 16 EPAD2 = 128 ch
Up to 16 EPAD2 = 128 ch
A/D conversion
Simultaneous sampling
Sampling rate
According to selected ORION card
Resolution
According to selected ORION card
Digital I/O, counters and CAN
8, TTL level
optional more, according to selected ORION cards
Digital I/O
8, TTL level
2 counters or 8 digital inputs, TTL level
optional more, according to selected ORION card(s)
Counters / digital inputs
High-speed CAN bus interfaces
Up to 4, optional
Up to 4, optional
Up to 2, optional
Technology
Hard disk
Solid State Disk (SLC type)
Solid State Disk (SLC type)
Capacity
1000 GB
32 GB
32 GB
Instruments
Sampling method
Dedicated Instruments
Fast sampling rates up to 1 MS/s per channel
Data throughput 2)
35 days
1 day
1 day
Typ. 70 MB/s
Typ. 40 MB/s
Typ. 40 MB/s
Main system 1)
Ethernet interface
1 GBit LAN (2x)
1 GBit LAN
1 GBit LAN (2x)
Intel® Core™2 Duo 2 GHz
Intel® Core™2 Duo 2 GHz
Intel® Core™2 Duo 2 GHz
Standard
95 to 260 VAC
Battery powered,
~2 hrs. operation,
incl. ext. AC power supply
8 to 30 VDC,
incl. ext. AC power supply
Optional
Battery powered,
~2 hrs. operation,
incl. ext. AC power supply
External DC power supply
Stackable battery-pack
for ~2 hrs. operation
with wide range DC inp.
439 x 308 x 181 mm
(17.2 x 12.1 x 7.1 in.)
439 x 209 x 181 mm
(17.2 x 8.2 x 7.1 in.)
317 x 252 x 92 mm
(12.4 x 9.9 x 3.6 in.)
Typ. 8 kg (17.6 lb.)
Typ. 6 kg (13.2 lb.)
Typ. 5 kg (11 lb.)
Processor
Power supply
Dimensions
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Weight
Signal Conditioning
Typ. duration of recording
(16 ch. / 10 kS/s/ch. / 16 bit)
Front-ends
Data storage 1)
Please find current specifications in the latest price list
2)
Depending on configuration setup
Measurements are not limited to just classic analog and digital signals. Please find further detailed information to
expand your system in the chapter “Components”.
Needed to complete the system
Options to expand the system
DEWE-ORION “A/D Boards” offer simultaneous sampled
analog inputs, synchronous digital I/Os, high-performance
counters and high-speed CAN interfaces. DAQP- or MDAQ
signal amplifiers and software are needed as well.
Add further “Interface Cards” like ARINC-429, 1553, PCM
telemetry, FireWire and analog output or special “Sensors”
like synchronized Video, industrial encoders (RIE-360) or
GPS.
A/D card
DAQP/MDAQ
DEWESoft
ARINC
VIDEO
Software
Additional interfaces and sensors
Components
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DEWE-510-NET
DEWE-501-NET
DEWE-211-NET
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Power supply 18 to 36 VDC (no internal battery), incl. external AC adaptor
510-PS-BAT
Battery power supply with UPS function,
18 .. 24 VDC non-isolated input, incl. external AC adaptor,
3 slots for hot-swappable batteries, 3 batteries for appr. 3 hours operation
included, for DC operation always add DEWE-DCDC-24-300-ISO
DEWE-DCDC-24-300-ISO
External DC/DC converter with isolation,
9 to 36 VDC input range, 24 VDC output
DEWE-UPS-150-DC
External 130 W UPS and multi-battery charger with 9 .. 36 VDC input range
2 slots for BAT-95WH batteries, 2 batteries included
Spare Lithium-Ion battery, 14.4 V, 95Wh, max. 8A
Desktop battery charger for 1 battery, incl. external AC adaptor
Modes of Operation
DEWE-NET data acquisition units can be linked to a measurement network. There are three modes of operation:
Single DEWE-NET device attached to a single client computer
Multiple DEWE-NET devices attached to a single client computer
Single DEWE-NET device attached to multiple client computers
With these three modes almost any application can be covered. From simple remote controlled data logging over
distribution of computing power to distributed measurements over large distances – everything is possible.
Single DEWE-NET Device attached to a Single Client Computer
The DEWE-NET device usually is fully remote controlled
by your computer. That means that the client computer
100 % controls the DEWE-NET device and e.g. starts
storing. For live data view all or a selection of activated
channels are transferred to the remote computer. Data
can be stored on the NET device and on the remote computer. The DEWE-NET unit keeps acquiring and storing
data if the client computer is disconnected. Of course
the remote computer can be reconnected at any time and
take full control of the device.
Multiple DEWE-NET Devices attached to a Single Client Computer
Mainly this mode is used in case of distributed systems, e.g. in long trains or on huge bridges.
A second good reason to use this mode is when the data rates are too high for a single instrument. The disk storing rate of different instruments ranges from 40 MS/s to 70 MS/s.
Example: Storing 64 channels, 16 bit resolution at 1 MS/s per channel results in 128 MB of data per second which
is too much for a single device. The solution is using two 32 channel DEWE-NET devices and store 64 MB/s in
each.
In such configuration all instruments must be synchronized to each other. There are multiple choices:
Synchronization cable (limited length, depending on sampling rate and A/D technology, range from 30 m to
200 m)
IRIG time (requires DEWE-CLOCK sync interface)
GPS time (requires DEWE-CLOCK sync interface)
NTP, Network Time Protocol (requires a LAN time server)
Also in this configuration all or selected channels of the whole measurement network can be transferred to the
remote computer.
Of course multiple computers can connect to the network in a „view“ mode.
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Common system clock via GPS
Measurement system
Measurement system
Measurement system
Dedicated Instruments
Measurement system
Data client
Single DEWE-NET Device attached to Multiple Client Computers
The master client is the remote computer
which is controlling the DEWE-NET device and
e.g. changing the measurement setup, storing
strategy, start and stop measurements etc.
Signal Conditioning
In this mode there is one DEWE-NET device
controlled by one “master” client and there
are several “view” clients.
Components
Measurement system
The view clients only can select channels of
interest and transfer them over the network
(up to the bandwidth limit of the network) to
view the data. All transferred channels also
can be stored directly onto the view clients
hard disk.
Front-ends
Instruments
Ethernet data transfer
Software
Ethernet data transfer
Master client
View client
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Models
DEWE-510
Most flexible model, prepared for DAQP isolated analog input amplifier modules. DAQP conditioners offer highest bandwidth, great accuracy, different
input ranges and integrated filters. Besides the single channel modularity – a
module easily can be changed by the user at any time – the main advantage of
these modules is the high galvanic isolation which ensures safe measurements,
high quality results and make them almost indestructible. See chapter “Signal
Conditioning” for details.
DEWE-510
DEWE-511
There are two versions, DEWE-511-A and DEWE-511-B. Both are for sensor input via differential MDAQ analog input
amplifiers. MDAQ modules are available in cost efficient and space saving 8-channel blocks. See chapter “Signal
Conditioning” for details.
DEWE-511-A
DEWE-511-B
DEWE-512
This version combines 16 slots for isolated DAQP modules and 2 positions for
differential MDAQ blocks. Thus it enables you configuring a cost optimized
system that needs isolated inputs, e.g. high voltage signals, and a number of
differential inputs, e.g. accelerometers.
Note that only MDAQ-SUB-x-BNC fit into this model due to limited space of
1.5U.
DEWE-512
DEWE-501
There are two versions, DEWE-501-A and DEWE-501-B. Both are for sensor input via differential MDAQ analog input
amplifiers. MDAQ modules are available in cost efficient and space saving 8-channel blocks. See chapter “Signal
Conditioning” for details.
DEWE-501-A
DEWE-501-B
DEWE-211
Version for sensor input via differential MDAQ analog input amplifiers. MDAQ
modules are available in cost efficient and space saving 8-channel blocks. See
chapter “Signal Conditioning” for details.
DEWE-211
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Signal Conditioning
Front-ends
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
DEWE2
Signal Conditioning
Automotive
Energy & Power Analysis
Aerospace & Defense
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Analog Isolation Amplifiers
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DAQP Series Modules.. ..................................... 168
PAD Series Modules......................................... 185
Differential Amplifiers
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MDAQ Series Modules...................................... 194
Modular Smart Interfaces
Selection Guide................................................ 204
CAN and RS-485 Modules
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Energy & Power Analysis
Aerospace & Defense
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Amplifier Types
HSI/DAQ Series Modules
Amplifier
Filter
The HSI/DAQ series amplifiers are single channel modules. They
convert the connected signal to ±5 V, offers high bandwidth
and isolation. The modules can be used in any DEWETRON data
acquisition system with built-in module rack and exchanged at
any time. Fits perfect for flexible solutions.
Isolation
Analog input
Analog output (±5 V)
MDAQ Series Modules
MDAQ-SUB-xx
(up to 2x)
Amplifier
MDAQ-BASE
(1x)
Amplifier
MDAQ-FILT-xx or
MDAQ-AAF4-xx
(optional)
Filter
8 channel
analog input
The MDAQ series amplifiers are multi-channel modules. They also
convert the connected signal to ±5 V (±10 V optional) with high
bandwidth. These modules can be used in signal conditioning
blocks for A/D boards or built-in in DEWETRON systems. These
modules are ideal in applications requiring dozens - or even
hundreds - of dynamic input channels.
16 channel
analog output
(±5 or ±10 V)
Amplifier
8 channel
analog input
PAD / EPAD Series Modules
AD conv. Isolation
µP
ADC
PAD-modules fit into all DEWETRON systems with built-in racks
and are ideal for flexible solutions.
ADC
ADC
8 channel
analog input
ADC
DSP
ADC
ADC
The PAD / EPAD series modules are multichannel modules and
combine analog amplifier and A/D converter in one module. One
24-bit A/D converter per channel, synchronized sampling and
isolation per channel allow acquisition of hundreds of channels.
Digital output (RS485)
EPAD-modules can be used stand alone and daisy-chained,
the data are transfered via RS-485 interface. There are also bus
converters available for RS-232, USB and CAN.
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Chassis
Front-ends for existing recorders,
loggers, control systems, A/D cards …
Channel expansion for DEWETRON instruments
±5 V or ±10 V output signals on multi-pin connector or BNC sockets
DEWE-30 series signal conditioning chassis are available for all DEWETRON signal conditioning modules and offer a
conditioned signal output of ±5 V or ±10 V on BNC sockets or on a multi-pin connector when dynamic isolated HSI/
DAQP or differential MDAQ signal conditioning modules are installed. The multi-pin connector can be configured to
match any A/D cards interface so that a 1:1 connection of the analog signals by a high quality cable is possible.
For quasi-static PAD series isolation amplifier modules the data is output via RS-485 or RS-232. Mixed HSI/DAQP/
PAD configurations are supported.
Multi-pin socket to match
any A/D card
Wide range AC or DC
power supply
Many companies already have measurement devices, such as a recorder or measurement card in a PC. But it is often
difficult to attach sensors. The addition of a DEWETRON signal conditioner usually simplifies sensor connection and
improves the quality of the measurement data considerably. These electrically isolated amplifiers can be connected
to almost any measuring system.
The electrical isolation of the signal inputs makes our HSI/DAQP amplifier modules almost indestructible, and users
do not need to be specialists, or worry about details like common mode voltage, ground loops or DUT (Device
Under Test) influences. Just connect the signal – be it voltage, pressure, temperature, force, distance, position, rpm,
torque, resistance etc. – and measure.
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Conditioned signal output
±5 V or ±10 V
Components
Signal Conditioning
Choose from a wide range of HSI/DAQP and MDAQ amplifiers
Instruments
Stand-alone signal conditioning
Front-ends
DEWE-30
Dedicated Instruments
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Chassis
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DEWE-30
Choose from eight models
Add your choice of signal conditioning
modules to complete these systems
DEWE-30-4
DEWE-30-8
DEWE-30-16
Slots for HSI/DAQ or PAD modules
4
8
16
MDAQ input channels
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A/D converter
External (e.g. A/D card in computer, USB or LAN device, Recorder, Control system ...)
A/D card configuration
Parallel outputs ±5 V
SUB-D-15 socket
Parallel outputs ±10 V
DEWETRON ORION series, all others optional
4x BNC
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Modules control interface
Bandwidth
Power supply
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Weight
Optional
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Optional
RS-232 / RS-485 (optional LAN)
300 kHz
300 kHz,
no bandwidth limitation with option
30-HSI
300 kHz,
1 MHz with option 30-xx-DIFF-OUT,
no bandwidth limitation with option
30-HSI
15 VDC (±3 %)
incl. 115 / 230 VAC adaptor
95 to 260 VAC
95 to 260 VAC
137 x 145 x 109 mm
5.4 x 5.7 x 4.3 in.
230 x 181 x 104 mm
9.1 x 7.1 x 4.1 in.
435 x 245 x 133 mm
17.1 x 9.6 x 5.2 in.
Typ. 1 kg (2 Ibs)
Typ. 3 kg (7 Ibs)
Typ. 4 kg (9 Ibs)
Environmental specifications
Operating temperature
0 to +60 °C
Storage temperature
-20 to +70 °C
Humidity
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Vibration
EN 60068-2-6, EN 60721-3-2 Class 2M2
Shock
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EN 60068-2-27
These options can not be installed in one DEWE-30-xx at the same time
Options
30-HANDLE
Carrying handle for DEWE-30 series
30-xx-OUT-5
BNC connectors for ±5 V output of
conditioned signals
30-xx-OUT-10
BNC connectors for ±10 V output of
conditioned signals
30-xx-DIFF-OUT
BNC connectors for balanced differential
output
30-HSI
Ready for HSI modules, eliminates the
bandwidth limitation of 300 kHz 2)
30-xx-DC
DC power supply 9 to 36 V
DEWE-POW-24-350
External power supply for 30-xx-DC option,
95 to 260 VAC Input, 24 VDC output
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37-pin Sub-d socket on the backpanel
for accessing the digital I/O lines of a
DEWETRON ORION-series card
30-NI
Configuration of DEWE-30-xx for
NI PCI-622x / PCI 625x series cards
30-DIO-NI
37-pin Sub-d socket on the backpanel for
accessing the digital I/O lines of a NI PCI622x or PCI-625x series card
30-SPEC
Configuration of DEWE-30-xx for all A/D
cards other than standard
DAQP-CFB-SYNC
Synchronizing of DAQP-CFB modules with
more than one DEWE-30
30-x-CABLE
Connection cable to A/D card
30-xx-MK
19” rack-mount-kit,
30-CONFIG-LAN
for configuring DAQ, HSI and PAD-modules
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30-16-MK, 3 U high
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Information regarding bandwidth limitation see chapter “option 30-HSI”.
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DEWE-30-32
DEWE-31-16
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DEWE-31-32
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Up to 16
Up to 32
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DEWETRON ORION series
Optional
Optional
RS-232 / RS-485 (optional LAN)
RS-485 over DEWE-ORION card
300 kHz,
1 MHz with option 30-xx-DIFF-OUT,
no bandwidth limitation with option 30-HSI
Depending on used MDAQ modules
95 to 260 VAC
10 to 36 VDC
95 to 260 VAC
435 x 245 x 223 mm
17.1 x 9.6 x 8.8 in.
208 x 95 x 108 mm
(8.2 x 3.7 x 4.3 in.)
435 x 133 x 245 mm
(17.1 x 5.2 x 9.6 in.)
Typ. 7 kg (15 Ibs)
Typ. 1.6 kg (3.5 Ibs)
Typ. 4 kg (9 Ibs)
Instruments
0 to +60 °C
-20 to +70 °C
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
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Signal Conditioning
Optional
Components
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Optional
Dedicated Instruments
External (e.g. A/D card in computer, USB or LAN device, Recorder, Control system ...)
DEWETRON ORION series, all others optional
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Option 30-HSI:
If option 30-HSI is installed, the cable length of the analog output cable is limited to 4 m and the following modules
are not supported:
DAQP-CHARGE-A, DAQP-FREQ-A
Already phased out models which are also not supported if 30-HSI option is installed:
DAQN-THERM, DAQN-RTD, DAQN-OHM, DAQN-POT, DAQN-BRIDGE, DAQP-BRIDGE-B, DAQP-V-B-x, DAQP-V-A-x,
DAQP-TRQ, DAQP-µV.
There are three major Applications for DEWE-30 Series:
Dynamic signal conditioning front-end
Dynamic channel expansion of DEWETRON instruments
Quasi-static multi-channel data acquisition
Dynamic Signal Conditioning Front-end
Signal connection to HSI/DAQP modules
Conditioned signal output ±5 V or ±10 V to an A/D card, control or SPC
Dynamic Channel Expansion of DEWETRON Instruments
Extra 32 channel signal conditioning to expand a 16 channel instrument to a total
of 48 channels
Quasi-static Multi-channel Data Acquisition
RS-232 connection to PC
Slow temperature monitoring; 128 channels
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Isolation Amplifiers
Voltage
Acceleration
Current
Strain
Pressure
Force
Temperature
Distance
Position
RPM
Torque
Resistance
Velocity
and more
Key Features
Full isolation
Single channel modularity
High bandwidth
High accuracy
Integrated sensor supply
DEWE-30 chasses for any AD card or Recorder
Simple sensor connection
DAQP series modules are signal conditioners featuring high accuracy, programmable input ranges, signal filtering
and full isolation. DAQP modules are highest quality and offer best comfort in all applications by single channel
modularity and convenient sensor connection.
Due to their isolation these modules are almost indestructible and the user does not need to worry about details
like common mode voltage, ground system etc – just simply connect the signal and measure! This is saving a
lot of time and money.
Monitor e.g. temperature on a circuit breaker with cheap non-isolated thermocouples. Even current measurements
using shunt resistors in the power line are no problem. There are unlimited applications where isolation is the key
for success.
As a perfect supplementation to the dynamic DAQP modules DEWETRON offers quasi static PAD modules with integrated 24 bit A/D converters and typically 8 channels per module for slow signals.
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Signal Conditioning
DEWETRON high precision signal conditioning amplifiers
are available for almost any sensor to measure
Components
HSI/DAQ Series Modules
Software
Analog Isolation Amplifiers
Front-ends
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
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Automotive
Energy & Power Analysis
Aerospace & Defense
Tr a n s p o r t a t i o n
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Selection Guide
HSI Series Modules
Single channel
High bandwidth - for dynamic signals
Isolation (all models)
Analog signal output (±5 V)
Single channel modularity
For DEWETRON systems with built-in DAQ rack
Pure signal conditioning solution in conjunction
with DEWE-30 series racks
Module
Input type
Ranges
Bandwidth (BW),
Isolation (ISO),
TEDS Filters (LP = lowpass, Overvoltage
HP = highpass)
protection (OP)
Universal measurement
HSI-STG
V
Strain gauge, bridge sensors
±0.1 to ±1000 mV/V (@ 5 VDCexc)
Piezoresistive bridge
±0.5 to 10000 mV/mA (@ 1 mAexc)
Voltage
±500 µV to ±10 V
Resistance
25 mΩ to 100 kΩ
Pt100, Pt200, Pt500, Pt1000,
-200° C to 850° C
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BW: up to 2 MHz
ISO: 350 VDC
LP: 100 Hz to 2 MHz
OP: ±50 VDC
BW: 2 MHz
ISO: 1.8 kVRMS
Pt2000
IEPE® via MSI-BR-ACC
±2.5 to ±10000 mV
Thermocouple via MSI-BR-TH-x full range of TC type
MSI
MSI
MSI
Charge via MSI-BR-CH-50
up to 50000 pC
Voltage via MSI-BR-V-200
up to ±200 V
High voltage
±20 to ±1400 V
High voltage measurement
HSI-HV
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LP: 100 Hz to 2 MHz
V
Voltage & current measurement
HSI-LV
V
MSI
MSI
Voltage
±10 mV to ±50 V
Current with external shunt
20 mA / 5 A
IEPE® via MSI-V-ACC
±10 mV to 5 V
Pt100, Pt200, Pt500, Pt1000,
-200° C to 1000° C and
Pt2000 and resistance via
8 to 4 kΩ
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BW: 2 MHz
LP: 100 Hz to 2 MHz
ISO: up to
1 kVRMS
OP: 350 VDC
MSI-V-RTD
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Isolation Amplifiers
Resistance Temperature Detector (Pt100 to Pt1000)
9 resistance ranges (8 to 4000 Ω)
Resistance:
25 mΩ to 100 kΩ
Isolation:
350 V DC
Signal connection:
9-pin SUB-D socket
Additional signal input using MSI
IEPE ®
Constant current powered sensors (accelerometers,
microphones); 12 ranges (±2.5 mV to 10 V);
requires MSI-V-ACC
THERMOCOUPLE
full range of TC type
requires MSI-BR-TH-x
CHARGE
Charge up to 50000 pC
requires MSI-V-CH-50
VOLTAGE
up to ±200 V
requires MSI-BR-V-200
Module specifications
Gain
Voltage input ranges
Sensitivity @ 5 VDC excitation
Resistance
Input impedance
Input noise
Voltage input 1 year accuracy1)
Gain drift
Offset drift
linearity
Input coupling
Excitation voltage
1 year accuracy1)
Drift
Current limit
Protection
Excitation current
1 year accuracy1)
Compliance voltage
Output impedance
Supported sensors
Bridge resistance
Shunt calibration
Shunt and completion resistor accuracy
Automatic bridge balance
Bandwidth2) (-3 dB)
Filters (low pass)
Filter characteristics
Typical THD
Typical SFDR
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SNR
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1 mV
100 mV
1000 mV
Typical CMRR
50Hz
HSI-STG
0.5 to 10 000; free programmable
±0.53), ±13), ±2.53), ±5, ±10, ±25, ±50, ±100, ±250, ±500 mV, ±1 V, ±2V, ±5 V,±10 V3)
±0.1, ±0.2, ±0.5, ±1, ±2, ±5, ±10, ±20, ±50, ±100, ±200, ±400, ±1000 mV/V
25 mΩ to 100 kΩ
>100 MΩ (power off: 50 kΩ)
3.5 nV * √Hz
±0.05 % of reading ± 0.02 % of range ±10 µV
typical 10 ppm/°K max. 20 ppm/°K
typical 0.3 µV/°K + 5 ppm of range, max 2 µV/°K + 10 ppm of range
typical 0.03 %
DC or AC (-3 dB @ 1 Hz)
0, 0.25, 0.5, 1, 2.5, 5,10 and 12 VDC software programmable (16 Bit DAC)
±0.03 % ±1 mV
±10 ppm/°K ±50 µV/°K
100 mA
Continuous short to ground
0.1, 0.2, 0.5, 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 mA software programmable (16 Bit DAC)
0.1 mA to 5 mA:
0.05% ±0.5 µA
typical 15 ppm/°C
>5 mA to 60 mA:
0.3% ±20 µA
typical 100 ppm/°C
12 V
>1 MOhm
4- or 6-wire full bridge
3- or 5-wire ½ bridge with internal completion (software programmable)
3- or 4-wire ¼ bridge with internal resistor for 120 and 350 Ohm (software programmable)1)
4-wire full bridge with constant current excitation (piezoresistive bridge sensors)
Potentiometric
Resistance
Resistance Temperature Detection with Software linearization: Pt100, Pt200, Pt500, Pt1000
80 Ω to 10 kΩ @ ≤ 5 VDC excitation
Two internal shunt resistors 59.88 kOhm and 175 kOhm
0.05 % ±15 ppm/°K
Input range 500 µV to 25 mV: ±400 % of Range
>25 mV to 10 V : ±200% of Range, or limited by input range to maximum ±10 V
5 mV to 5V input range: 2 MHz; 500 μV: 1 MHz; 1 mV: 1.5 MHz, 2.5 mV 1.9 Mhz, 10 V: 1 MHz
100 Hz, 300 Hz, 1 kHz, 3 kHz, 10 kHz, 30 kHz, 100 kHz, 300 kHz, 1 MHz (±1.5 dB @ f0)
100 Hz to 300 kHz:
Butterworth or Bessel 40 dB/dec
2 MHz:
3rd Butterworth characteristic, refere to transfer function
95 dB, 1 KHz input signal at 1 V range
1 kHz bandwidth
10 kHz bandwidth
100 kHz bandwidth
1 MHz bandwidth
SFDR
SNR
SFDR
SNR
SFDR
SNR
SFDR
SNR
80 dB
66 dB
80 dB
62 dB
80 dB
55 dB
47 dB
46 dB
100 dB
82 dB
90 dB
78 dB
90 dB
71 dB
66 dB
60 dB
110 dB
100 dB
110 dB
97 dB
106 dB
91 dB
87 dB
79 dB
0.5mV to 1V range
2V to 10V range
160 dB
160 dB
Dedicated Instruments
RTD
Instruments
±500 μV to ±10 V
Front-ends
Voltage input:
Signal Conditioning
±0.5 to ±10000 mV/mA (@ 1 mA excitation)
Components
±0.1 to ±1000 mV/V (@ 5 V DC excitation)
Piezoresistive bridge:
Software
Strain gauge, bridge sensors:
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Isolated universal input module
HSI-STG-D
HSI-STG
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Bandwidth2) (-3 dB)
HSI Series Modules
Filters (low pass)
Filter characteristics
Typical THD
Typical SFDR and SNR
1 mV
100 mV
1000 mV
Typical CMRR
50Hz
1kHz
10kHz
100kHz
Isolation
Common mode voltage
Over voltage protection
ESD protection
Output voltage
Output resistance
Output current
Output protection
RS-485 interface
Supported TEDS chips
MSI support
Power supply voltage
Power consumption
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>25 mV to 10 V : ±200% of Range, or limited by input range to maximum ±10 V
5 mV to 5V input range: 2 MHz; 500 μV: 1 MHz; 1 mV: 1.5 MHz, 2.5 mV 1.9 Mhz, 10 V: 1 MHz
100 Hz, 300 Hz, 1 kHz, 3 kHz, 10 kHz, 30 kHz, 100 kHz, 300 kHz, 1 MHz (±1.5 dB @ f0)
100 Hz to 300 kHz:
Butterworth or Bessel 40 dB/dec
2 MHz:
3rd Butterworth characteristic, refere to transfer function
95 dB, 1 KHz input signal at 1 V range
1 kHz bandwidth
10 kHz bandwidth
100 kHz bandwidth
1 MHz bandwidth
SFDR
SNR
SFDR
SNR
SFDR
SNR
SFDR
SNR
80 dB
66 dB
80 dB
62 dB
80 dB
55 dB
47 dB
46 dB
100 dB
82 dB
90 dB
78 dB
90 dB
71 dB
66 dB
60 dB
110 dB
100 dB
110 dB
97 dB
106 dB
91 dB
87 dB
79 dB
0.5mV to 1V range
2V to 10V range
160 dB
160 dB
126 dB
105 dB
104 dB
87 dB
87 dB
71 dB
±350 VDC continuous (for input, excitation and TEDS interface)
±350 VDC input to housing
±30 VDC input (+) to input (-)
IEC61000-4-2: ±8 kV air discharge, ±4 kV contact discharge
±5 V
10 Ω
Max. 5 mA
Short to ground for 10 seconds
Yes
DS2406, DS2430A, DS2431, DS2432, DS2433
MSI-BR-TH-x, MSI-BR-ACC, MSI-BR-V-200, MSI-BR-CH-50
±9 VDC (±1 %)
Typ. 1.5 W @ 350 Ohm, 2 W @ 120 Ohm (both full bridge @ 5 VDC excitation)
Max. 3 W (depending on sensor); overall current should not exceed DEWE-30-xx maximum power.
Conditions fo accuracy: module temperature is calibration temperature ±5 °C; humidity is 30 % to 90 % relative humidity.
2)
Please consider possible bandwidth limitation of further components in the measuring chain e.g. A/D card or signal conditioning mainframe.
3)
This range has limited full power bandwidth.
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1.8 kVRMS line to line
1.4 kVRMS line to ground
10 MΩ
Protection:
4 kV burst, surge
Signal connection:
Banana sockets
HSI-HV
Input impedance:
Module specifications
Gain linearity
Gain drift range
Offset drift
20 V to 100 V
200 V to 1400 V
Long term stability
Input resistance
-3 dB Bandwidth
Signal delay @ full bandwidth
Filter selection
Filter (lowpass)
Filter type
Typical SFDR and SNR
50 V
400 V
1400 V
Typical CMRR
Isolation voltage
Protection
Surge (1.2/50)
Burst (5 kHz)
Output voltage
Output resistance
Output current maximum
Power supply
Power consumption
Power On default settings
Special functions
Programming interface
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HSI-HV
20 V1), 50 V1), 100 V, 200 V, 400 V, 800 V, 1400 V
Range
Signal frequency
Accuracy
20 V; 50 V
DC
±0.05 % of reading ±60 mV
100 V to 1400 V
DC
±0.05 % of reading ±0.05 % of range
0.1Hz to 1kHz
±0.05 % of reading ±0.01 % of range
>1kHz to 10kHz
±0.1 % of reading ±0.05 % of range
>10kHz to 50kHz
±0.4 % of reading ±0.05 % of range
>50kHz to 100kHz
±(0.016*f) % of reading ±0.1 % of range
>100kHz to 1MHz
±(0.010*f) % of reading ±1 % of range
>1MHz to 2MHz
±(0.014*f) % of reading ±3 % of range
f = signal frequency in kHz
0.05 %
Typically 20 ppm/°C (max. 50 ppm/°C)
typical 1.5 mV/°C of range
max. 4 mV/°C
typical 5 ppm/°C
max. 20 ppm of range/°C
100 ppm/sqrt (1000 hrs)
10 MΩ || 2.2 pF
2 MHz
approx. 390 ns
Push button or software
100, 300, 1k, 3k, 10k, 30k, 100k, 300 kHz, 1 MHz, 2 MHz3)
Bessel or Butterworth 40 dB/decade
10kHz bandwidth
100kHz bandwidth
1MHz bandwidth
SFDR
SNR
SFDR
SNR
SFDR
SNR
110 dB
91 dB
110 dB
82 dB
94 dB
76 dB
110 dB
95 dB
110 dB
92 dB
94 dB
82 dB
110 dB
95 dB
110 dB
95 dB
94 dB
82 dB
>80 dB @ 50 Hz
60 dB @ 1 kHz
70 dB @ 400 Hz
48 dB @ 10 kHz
Line to Ground 1.4 kVrms
Line to Line 1.8 kVrms
CAT III 600
CAT IV 300
±4000 V
±4000 V
±5 V
10 Ohm
35 mA
CAUTION: do not exceed maximum output current!
±9 VDC ± 1%
1.2 W
Software programable
Integrated temperature sensor
RS-485
Front-ends
Input ranges unipolar and bipolar
1 year accuracy2)
Dedicated Instruments
Isolation:
Instruments
2 MHz
2 MHz bandwidth
SFDR
SNR
84 dB
73 dB
84 dB
77 dB
84 dB
77 dB
20 V and 50 V are auxiliary ranges and have a limited bandwidth.
20 V range typically 0.9 Mhz
50 V range typically 1.9 Mhz
Conditions for accuracy: Module temperature is calibration temperature ±5 °C; humidity is 30 to 90 RH;
AC accuracy: the highest filter (2 Mhz) has to be activated. f = signal frequency in kHz.
for the 2 year accuarcy multiply all % of range and % of reading values by 1.5.
2 MHz filter: exclusively Butterworth 60 dB/decade. Please consider possible bandwidth limitation of further components in the measuring chain, e.g. A/D cards or
signal conditioning mainframe
Signal Conditioning
7 ranges (±20 V to ±1400 V)
Bandwidth:
Components
Input ranges:
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Software
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HSI-LV
Isolated low voltage module
Voltage input:
12 ranges (10 mV to 50 V)
Current input:
±20 mA using DAQ-SHUNT-1
±5 A using DAQ-SHUNT-4 or DAQ-SHUNT-5
Bandwidth:
2 MHz
Isolation:
350 V DC (1 kV RMS with banana socket)
Resistance Temperature Detector (Pt100 to Pt2000)
9 resistance ranges (8 to 4000 Ω);
requires MSI-V-RTD
HSI-LV-D
RTD
HSI-LV-BNC
Constant current powered sensors
(accelerometers,microphones); 12 ranges
(10 mV to 5 V); requires MSI-V-ACC
HSI-LV-LEMO
IEPE ®
HSI-LV-B
Additional signal input using MSI
Module specifications
Input ranges
Button selectable ranges
1 year accuracy1)
Bipolar
Unipolar
Input coupling
Gain linearity
Gain drift range
Offset drift
Long term stability
Input resistance
Bandwidth (-3 dB)
Filter selection
Filter
Filter type
Typical SFDR and SNR:
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1V
50 V
Typical CMRR
50 Hz
1 kHz
10 kHz
100 kHz
Input overvoltage protection
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Isolation voltage
Sensor supply
Output voltage
Output resistance
Maximum output current
Output protection
Power On default settings
Power supply
HSI-LV
10 mV, 20 mV, 50 mV, 100 mV, 200 mV, 500 mV, 1 V, 2.5 V, 5 V, 10 V, 25 V, 50 V
10 mV, 50 mV, 200 mV, 1 V, 5 V, 10 V, 50 V
Range
Signal frequency
Accuracy
10 mV to 100 mV
DC
±0.02 % of reading ±60 µV
2.5 V
DC
±0.02 % of reading ±0.1 % of range
200 mV to 50 V
DC
±0.02 % of reading ±0.05 % of range
10 mV to 100 mV
0.1 Hz to 10 kHz
±0.1 % of reading ±30 µV
>10 kHz to 50 kHz
±0.4 % of reading ±30 µV
>50 kHz to 100 kHz
±(0.016*f) % of reading ±0.1 % of range
>100 kHz to 1 MHz
±(0.010*f) % of reading ±1 % of range
>1 MHz to 2 MHz
±(0.014*f) % of reading ±3 % of range
200 mV to 50 V
0.1 Hz to 1 kHz
±0.05 % of reading ±0.01 % of range
>1 kHz to 10 kHz
±0.1 % of reading ±0.05 % of range
>10 kHz to 50 kHz
±0.4 % of reading ±0.05 % of range
>50 kHz to 100 kHz
±(0.016*f) % of reading ±0.1 % of range
>100 kHz to 1 MHz
±(0.010*f) % of reading ±1 % of range
>1 MHz to 2 MHz
±(0.014*f) % of reading ±3 % of range
10 mV to 100 mV
DC
±0.02 % of reading ±60 µV
200 mV to 50 V
DC
±0.02 % of reading ±0.08 % of range
DC or AC software selectable (1.5 Hz standard, custom on request down to 0.01 Hz)
Typically 0.01 %; max. 0.04 % of full scale
Typically 10 ppm/°C (max. 30 ppm/°C)
10 mV to 200 mV:
Typically 3 µV/°C
500 mV to 50 V:
Typically 10 ppm of range/°C
100 ppm/sqrt (1000 hrs)
1 MOhm
2 MHz
Push button or software
100 Hz, 300 Hz, 1 kHz, 3 kHz, 10 kHz, 30 kHz, 100 kHz, 300 kHz, 1 MHz, 2 MHz2)
Bessel or Butterworth 40 dB/dec
10 kHz bandwidth
100 kHz bandwidth
1 MHz bandwidth
2 MHz bandwidth
SFDR
SNR
SFDR
SNR
SFDR
SNR
SFDR
SNR
88 dB
78 dB
88 dB
71 dB
77 dB
60 dB
76 dB
56 dB
110 dB
98 dB
110 dB
95 dB
93 dB
82 dB
84 dB
75 dB
110 dB
98 dB
110 dB
95 dB
94 dB
82 dB
85 dB
75 dB
10 mV to 1 V range:
2.5 V to 50 V range:
130 dB
100 dB
120 dB
75 dB
95 dB
55 dB
75 dB
25 dB
350 VDC
350 VDC (1 kVRMS with banana connector)
±9 V (±1 %), 12 V (±5 %), 200 mA resettable fuse protected3)
±5 V
10 Ohm
5 mA
Short to ground for 10 sec.
Software programable
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±9 VDC ±1 %
Dedicated Instruments
2 MHz filter: exclusively for Butterworth 60 dB/decade - refer to filter specifications. Please consider possible bandwidth limitation of further components in the
measuring chain, e.g. A/D card or signal conditioning mainframe.
Overall current should not exceed DEWE-30-xx maximum power.
3)
Instruments
2)
Front-ends
Conditions for accuracy: Module temperature is calibration temperature ±5 °C; humidity is 30 to 90 RH.
AC accuracy: the highest filter (2 MHz) has to be activated. f = signal frequency in kHz.
For the 2 year accuracy multiply all % of range and % of reading values by 1.5.
Signal Conditioning
1)
DEWE2
2 MHz bandwidth
SFDR
SNR
76 dB Isolation
56 dB
Amplifiers
84 dB
75 dB
85 dB
75 dB
Components
20 mV
1V
50 V
Typical CMRR
50 Hz
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1 kHz
10 kHz
100 kHz
Input overvoltage protection
Isolation voltage
Sensor supply
Output voltage
Output resistance
Maximum output current
Output protection
Power On default settings
Power supply
Power consumption
Special functions
RS-485 interface
TEDS
Supported TEDS chips
Supported MSI
10 kHz bandwidth
100 kHz bandwidth
1 MHz bandwidth
SFDR
SNR
SFDR
SNR
SFDR
SNR
88 dB
78 dB
88 dB
71 dB
77 dB
60 dB
110 dB
98 dB
110 dB
95 dB
93 dB
82 dB
110 dB
98 dB
110 dB
95 dB
94 dB
82 dB
10 mV to 1 V range:
2.5 V to 50 V range:
130 dB
100 dB
120 dB
75 dB
95 dB
55 dB
75 dB
25 dB
350 VDC
350 VDC (1 kVRMS with banana connector)
±9 V (±1 %), 12 V (±5 %), 200 mA resettable fuse protected3)
±5 V
10 Ohm
5 mA
Short to ground for 10 sec.
Software programable
±9 VDC ±1 %
1.1 W without sensor supply
Integrated temperature sensor
Yes
Hardware support for TEDS (Transducer Electronic Data Sheet)
DS2406, DS2430A, DS2432, DS2433, DS2431
MSI-V-ACC, MSI-V-RTD
Software
Typical SFDR and SNR:
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DAQ Series Modules
Single channel
High bandwidth - for dynamic signals
Isolation (most models)
Analog signal output (±5 V)
Single channel modularity
For DEWETRON systems with built-in DAQ rack
Pure signal conditioning solution in conjunction with DEWE-30 series racks
Module
Input type
Ranges
Bandwidth (BW),
Isolation (ISO),
TEDS Filters (LP = lowpass, Overvoltage
HP = highpass)
protection (OP)
Universal measurement
DAQP-STG
V
Strain gauge, bridge sensors
±0.1 to ±1000 mV/V (@ 5 VDCexc)
Piezoresistive bridge
±0.5 to 10000 mV/mA (@ 1 mAexc)
Voltage
±500 µV to ±10 V
Resistance
25 mΩ to 100 kΩ
Pt100, Pt200, Pt500, Pt1000,
-200° C to 850° C

BW: 300 kHz
ISO: 350 VDC
LP: 10 Hz to 300 kHz
OP: ±50 VDC
Pt2000
IEPE® via MSI-BR-ACC
±2.5 to ±10000 mV
Thermocouple via MSI-BR-TH-x full range of TC type
MSI
MSI
MSI
DAQP-MULTI
V
Charge via MSI-BR-CH-50
up to 50000 pC
Voltage via MSI-BR-V-200
up to ±200 V
Thermoresistors
Pt100, Pt200, Pt500, Pt1000 and
Pt2000, free programmable range
Thermocouple
Type K, J, T, R, S, N, E, B, L, C, U
free programmable range
Resistance
1 Ohm to 1 MOhm
Piezoresistive bridge
Voltage
Current (with external shunt)
13 ranges (±0.5 to 5000 mV/mA)
10 ranges from ±5 mV to ±5 V
depending on external shunt
High voltage
±20 to ±1400 V

ISO: 1 kVRMS
BW: 3 kHz
LP: 3, 10, 30, 100, 300,
1000 Hz
High voltage measurement
DAQP-HV
-
V
BW: 300 kHz
ISO: 1.8 kVRMS
LP: 10 Hz to 300 kHz
DAQP-DMM
High voltage
±10 to ±1000 V
-
BW: 20/30 kHz
ISO: 1.5 kVRMS
LP: 10 Hz to 30 kHz
V
Voltage & current measurement
DAQP-LV
V
MSI
DAQP-V
V
DAQN-AIN
V
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MSI
MSI
Voltage
±10 mV to ±50 V
Current with external shunt
20 mA / 5 A
IEPE® via MSI-V-ACC
±10 mV to 10 V
Pt100, Pt200, Pt500, Pt1000,
-200° C to 1000° C and
Pt2000 and resistance via
0 to 6.5 kOhm

BW: 300 kHz
LP: 10 Hz to 300 kHz
ISO: up to
1 kVRMS
OP: 350 VDC
MSI-V-RTD
Charge via MSI-V-CH-50
up to 50000 pC
Voltage
10 mV to 50 V
Current with external shunt
20 mA / 5 A
-
BW: 50 kHz
LP: 10 Hz to 50 kHz
ISO: up to 1
kVRMS
OP: ±500 VDC
Voltage
±10 V (1:1 input)
-
-
OP: < ±500 V
(jumper
selectable)
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Isolation Amplifiers
Bandwidth (BW),
Isolation (ISO),
TEDS Filters (LP = lowpass, Overvoltage
HP = highpass)
protection (OP)
Ranges
Current measurement
DAQP-LA-SC
DAQP-LA-B
Current
0.1 A to 30 A peak
Note: 5 ARMS continuous
max. 5 ARMS contin. current
-
Current
2 mA to 600 mA
BW: 300 kHz
ISO: 1.4 kVRMS
LP: 10 Hz to 300 kHz
-
Note: typ. 20 mA application
BW: 300 kHz
ISO: 1.4 kVRMS
LP: 10 Hz to 300 kHz
Bridge / strain gauge and carrier frequency amplifier
DAQP-CFB
AC bridge, strain gauge
Bridge: 0.1 to 1000 mV/V
-
Note: 5 kHz sine wave excitation
DAQP-BRIDGE-A
BW: DC to 2.3 kHz
OP: ±10 VDC
LP: 10 Hz to 1 kHz
Inductive sensors, LVDT
Inductive: 5 to 1000 mV/V
Strain gauge, bridge sensors
±1 to ±50 mV/V (@ 5 VDC)
Potentiometric sensors
200 Ω to 10 kΩ
IEPE® sensors
±50 mV to ±5 V
-
BW: 20 kHz
ISO: 350 VDC
LP: 10 Hz to 20 kHz
OP: ±10 VDC
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Input type
Dedicated Instruments
Module
LP: 1 to 300 kHz
HP: 0.5 Hz and 5 Hz
DAQP-CHARGE-A
Charge sensors
Charge: 5 to 50000 pC
IEPE® sensors
IEPE®: ±5 mV to 5 V
-
Charge sensors
-
LP: 100 Hz to 50 kHz
HP: 0.1 Hz to 10 Hz
Note: selectable integration and
double integration
DAQP-CHARGE-B
BW: 0.1 Hz to 50 kHz
±100 to ±1 000 000 pC
-
BW: DC to 100 kHz
ISO: 350 VDC
LP: 10 Hz to 100 kHz
HP: DC, 0.001 Hz to
0.5 Hz
Note: selectable time constant
for static sensors
Temperature measurement
DAQP-THERM
Thermocouple
Type K, J, T, R, S, N, E, B, L, C and
U selectable
Note: internal CJC and
linearisation
free programmable range
Frequency
100 Hz to 200 kHz
-
BW: 3 kHz
ISO: 1 kVRMS
LP: 3, 10, 30, 100, 300,
1000 Hz
Frequency measurement
DAQP-FREQ-A
-
BW: according to range ISO: 350 VDC
Output response:
1.5 ms
30 ms
500 ms
Voltage output module
DAQN-V-OUT
Voltage output
1:1 output module with isolation
-
BW: 400 Hz
ISO: 240 VDC
Input voltage: ±10 V
Components
Output voltage: ±10 V
OUT
ADAP-D9M-BNCF:
DSUB to BNC adapter
for DAQP-V series and
DAQP-FREQ modules
BNC to Microdot adapter
CONN-DSUB-9:
(included as a standard with Screw terminal adapter
DAQP-CHARGE-A modules) for all modules with 9-pin
DSUB connector
BNC to banana and
banana to BNC adaptors
Front-ends
BW: 0.5 Hz to 300 kHz -
Signal Conditioning
-
Isolated high-voltage amplifier: DAQP-HV
Software
DAQP-ACC-A
Instruments
Charge / IEPE® measurement
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Strain gauge, bridge sensors:
±0.1 to ±1000 mV/V (@ 5 V DC excitation)
Piezoresistive bridge:
±0.5 to ±10000 mV/mA (@ 1 mA excitation)
Voltage input:
±500 μV to ±10 V
RTD
Resistance Temperature Detector (Pt100 to Pt2000)
9 resistance ranges (8 to 4000 Ω)
Resistance:
25 mΩ to 100 kΩ
Isolation:
350 V DC
Signal connection:
9-pin SUB-D socket
Additional signal input using MSI
IEPE ®
Constant current powered sensors (accelerometers,
microphones); 12 ranges (±2.5 mV to 10 V);
requires MSI-V-ACC
THERMOCOUPLE
full range of TC type
requires MSI-BR-TH-x
CHARGE
Charge up to 50000 pC
requires MSI-V-CH-50
VOLTAGE
up to ±200 V
requires MSI-BR-V-200
DAQP-STG-LEMO
Isolated universal input module
DAQP-STG-D
DAQP-STG
Module specifications
Gain
Voltage input ranges
Sensitivity @ 5 VDC excitation
Resistance
Input impedance
Input noise
Voltage input accuracy
Gain drift
Offset drift
linearity
Excitation voltage
Accuracy
Drift
Current limit
Protection
Excitation current
Accuracy
Drift
Compliance voltage
Output impedance
Supported sensors
Bridge resistance
Shunt calibration
Shunt and completion resistor accuracy
Automatic bridge balance
Bandwidth (-3 dB)
Filters (low pass)
Filter characteristics
Typical SNR @ 100 kHz [1 kHz]
and 5 VDC excitation
Typical CMRR @ 0.1 mV/V [1 mV/V]
and 5 VDC excitation
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Isolation
DAQP-STG
0.5 to 10 000
±0.5, ±1, ±2.5, ±5, ±10, ±25, ±50, ±100, ±250, ±500 mV, ±1 V, ±2V, ±5 V,±10 V
±0.1, ±0.2, ±0.5, ±1, ±2, ±5, ±10, ±20, ±50, ±100, ±200, ±400, ±1000 mV/V
25 mOhm to 100 kOhm
>100 MOhm (power off: 50 kOhm)
3.5 nV * √Hz
±0.05 % of reading ± 0.02 % of range ±10 µV
typical 10 ppm/K max. 20 ppm/K
typical 0.3 µV/°C + 10 ppm of range/°C, max 2 µV/°C + 20 ppm of range/°C
typical 0.02 %
0, 0.25, 0.5, 1, 2.5, 5,10 and 12 VDC software programmable (16 Bit DAC)
±0.03 % ±1 mV
±10 ppm/K ±50 µV/K
100 mA
Continuous short to ground
0.1, 0.2, 0.5, 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 mA software programmable (16 Bit DAC)
0.05% ±2µA
15 ppm/K
12 V
>1 MOhm
4- or 6-wire full bridge
3- or 5-wire ½ bridge with internal completion (software programmable)
3- or 4-wire ¼ bridge with internal resistor for 120 and 350 Ohm (software programmable)1)
4-wire full bridge with constant current excitation (piezoresistive bridge sensors)
Potentiometric
Resistance
Resistance Temperature Detection: Pt100, Pt200, Pt500, Pt1000, Pt2000
80 Ohm to 10 kOhm @ ≤ 5 VDC excitation
Two internal shunt resistors 59.88 kOhm and 175 kOhm
0.05 % ±15 ppm/K
Input range 500 µV to 1 V: ±200 % of Range
2.5 V to 5 V : ±20% of Range
300 kHz
10 Hz, 30 Hz, 100 Hz, 300 Hz, 1 kHz, 3 kHz, 10 kHz, 30 kHz, 100 kHz
10 Hz to 100 kHz: Butterworth or Bessel 40 dB/dec (2nd order; ±1.5 dB @ f0)
300 kHz:
Bessel 60 dB/dec (3rd order; 0 to -3 dB @ 300kHz)
66 dB [84 dB] @ 1 mV/V
82 dB [100 dB] @ 50 mV/V
160 dB [160 dB] @ DC
115 dB [110 dB] @ 400 Hz
110 dB [105 dB] @ 1 kHz
±350 VDC continuous (for input, excitation and TEDS interface)
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66 dB [84 dB] @ 1 mV/V
82 dB [100 dB] @ 50 mV/V
160 dB [160 dB] @ DC
115 dB [110 dB] @ 400 Hz
110 dB [105 dB] @ 1 kHz
±350 VDC continuous (for input, excitation and TEDS interface)
±350 VDC input to housing
±50 VDC input (+) to input (-)
±5 V
< 1 Ohm
Max. 5 mA; short to ground protected for 10 seconds
Yes
DS2406, DS2430A, DS2431, DS2432, DS2433
MSI-BR-TH-x, MSI-BR-ACC, MSI-BR-V-200, MSI-BR-CH-50
±9 VDC (±1 %)
Typ. 1.7 W @ 350 Ohm, 2.15 W @ 120 Ohm (both full bridge @ 5 VDC excitation)
Absolute max.: 3 W (maximum excitation @ maximum current)
DEWE2
10 Hz to 100 kHz: Butterworth or Bessel 40 dB/dec (2nd order; ±1.5 dB @ f0)
300 kHz:
Bessel 60 dB/dec (3rd order; 0 to -3 dB @ 300kHz)
Signal Conditioning
Isolation
Common mode voltage
Over voltage protection
Output voltage
Output resistance
Output current
RS-485 interface
Supported TEDS chips
MSI support
Power supply voltage
Power consumption
Isolation Amplifiers
Components
Typical SNR @ 100 kHz [1 kHz]
and 5 VDC excitation
Typical CMRR @ 0.1 mV/V [1 mV/V]
and 5 VDC excitation
2.5 V to 5 V : ±20% of Range
300 kHz
10 Hz, 30 Hz, 100 Hz, 300 Hz, 1 kHz, 3 kHz, 10 kHz, 30 kHz, 100 kHz
Software
Bandwidth (-3 dB)
Filters (low pass)
Filter characteristics
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Isolated multifunctional module
Thermocouple:
Free programmable ranges within full thermocouple
input span
Bridge:
±0.5 to ±1000 mV/mA
Voltage input:
±5 mV to ±5 V (free programmable within ±5 V)
RTD
Resistance Temperature Detector (Pt100 to Pt2000),
free programmable ranges within full RTD input span
Resistance:
1 Ω to 1 MΩ (free programmable between 1 Ω and 1 MΩ)
Bandwidth:
3 kHz
Isolation:
1000 V RMS continuous
Signal connection:
Standard miniature thermocouple socket,
9-pin SUB-D socket
DAQP-MULTI
DAQP-MULTI
Module specifications
Input types
Thermocouple
Type
Range
CJC absolute accuracy
CJC stability
Accuracy
Linearization
Nonlinearity
Open thermocouple detection
Connector
RTD
Type
Range
Constant current
Accuracy
Linearization
Nonlinearity
Voltage
Input range
Accuracy
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Offset drift
Gain drift
Input impedance
Input noise
Resistance
Range
Accuracy
Drift
Constant current
Bridge
Range
Accuracy
Offset drift
Gain drift
Input impedance
Input noise
Automatic bridge balance
Supported sensors
Connector
Excitation current
Excitation current
Accuracy
DAQP-MULTI
Thermocouple (TC); Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD); Voltage; Resistance;
Bridge with constant current excitation
K, J, T, R, S, N, E, B, L, C, U, others on request
Min. to max. of the input range is free programmable within the full thermocouple input span
±0.2 °C
0.01 °C/°C ambient temperature change
Typical 0.3° for type K including CJC error;
details see table „Input ranges and detailed specifications for thermocouple“.
DSP based linearization
> 0.01°C
100 MΩ pull up; software selectable
Mini thermocouple connector with integrated cold junction compensation sensor
Pt100, Pt200, Pt500, Pt1000, Pt2000, others on request
Min. and max. of the input range is free programmable within the full RTD input span
Pt100: 1 mA; Pt200, Pt500: 0.5 mA; Pt1000, Pt2000: 0.2 mA
Typical accuracy 0.15 °C for Pt100,
details see table „Input ranges and detailed specifications for RTD“
DSP based linearization
> 0.01 °C
±5 mV, ±10 mV, ±20 mV, ±50 mV, ±100 mV, ±200 mV, ±500 mV, ±1 V, ±2 V, ±5 V,
free programmable within ±5V
0 to ±100 mV Range:
0.02 % of reading ±0.01 % of Range ±5 µV
>±100mV to ±5V Range:
0.02 % of reading ±0.01 % of Range ±100 µV
Typical ±0.3 µV/°K ±10 ppm of range/°K
Typical 15 ppm/°K
> 100 MΩ (power off: 50 kΩ)
8 nV * √Hz
1, 3, 10, 30, 100, 300, 1k, 3k, 10k, 30k, 100k, 1M, free programmable between 1 Ω and 1 MΩ
According to table „Input ranges and detailed specifications for resistance“
Typical 15 ppm/°K
From 5 µA to 5 mA depending on range
0.5, 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 mV/mA
0.02 % of reading ±0.01 % of Range ±5 µV
typical ±0.3 µV/°K ±10 ppm of range/°K
typical 15ppm/°K
> 100 MΩ (power off: 50 kΩ)
8 nV * √Hz
±200 % of range
4 wire full bridge
DSUB9; DEWETRON bridge type pinout
1, 2, 4 mA; software programmable
0 to 200 µA:
0.02 % ±50 nA
200 µA to 5 mA:
0.02 % ±1 µA
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> 100 MΩ (power off: 50 kΩ)
8 nV * √Hz
±200 % of range
4 wire full bridge
DSUB9; DEWETRON bridge type pinout
Isolation Amplifiers
Bandwidth (-3dB)
Filters
Group delay
Filter characteristics
Typ. CMRR @ 3kHz
Isolation
Over voltage protection
Output voltage
Output resistance
Output current
Output protection
RS-485 interface
Supported TEDS chips
MSI support
Power supply voltage
Power consumption
3 kHz
3 Hz, 10 Hz, 30 Hz, 100 Hz, 300 Hz, 1 kHz
300 µs with highest filter
Butterworth or Bessel, 2nd, 4th, 8th order programmable
>160 dB
±1000 VRMS continuous (for input excitation and TEDS interface)
±100 V between inputs (clamping voltage: 5 V @ TC input; 11 V @ Voltage input)
±5 V; 0 to 5V; (±10 V and 0 to 10 V with special DEWE-30)
22 Ω
Max. 5 mA
Continuous short to ground
Yes
DS2406, DS2430A, DS2431, DS2432, DS2433,DS28EC20
No
±9 VDC (±1 %)
1 W typical
Type
Standard
K
J
T
R
S
N
E
L
C
U
DIN EN 60584-1
DIN EN 60584-1
DIN EN 60584-1
DIN EN 60584-1
DIN EN 60584-1
DIN EN 60584-1
DIN EN 60584-1
DIN 43710
ASTM E988-96
DIN 43710
B
DIN EN 60584-1
Input range
min
max
[°C]
[°C]
-270
1372
-210
1200
-270
400
-50
1760
-50
1760
-270
1300
-270
1000
0
900
0
2310
-200
600
0
1820
-270 to -200 °C
[°C]
6.70
0.68
4.37
9.14
4.25
-
-200 to -100 °C
[°C]
0.70
0.60
0.69
0.77
0.60
0.64
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Accuracy
-100 to 0 °C
[°C]
0.35
0.32
0.37
0.85
0.77
0.37
0.33
0.37
-
0 to 100 °C
[°C]
0.26
0.25
0.26
0.59
0.58
0.28
0.24
0.25
0.36
0.26
0 to 500 °C
10
100 °C to fullscale
[% of reading + °C]
0.027
0.26
0.019
0.25
0.23
0.009
0.44
0.012
0.45
0.017
0.27
0.018
0.23
0.33
0.045
0.33
0.24
>500 °C
0.44
-200 to -100 °C
[°C]
0.14
0.18
0.34
0.22
0.25
0.14
Accuracy
-100 to 0 °C
[°C]
0.21
0.27
0.42
0.29
0.35
0.21
100 °C to fullscale
[% of reading + °C]
0.07
0.21
0.10
0.27
0.09
0.42
0.09
0.29
0.12
0.36
0.07
0.21
Input ranges and detailed specifications for RTD
RTD
Type
Pt100 (385)
Pt200 (385)
Pt500 (385)
Pt1000 (385)
Pt2000 (385)
Pt100 (3926)
Standard
DIN EN 60751
DIN EN 60751
DIN EN 60751
DIN EN 60751
DIN EN 60751
Input range
min
max
[°C]
[°C]
-200
850
-200
850
-200
850
-200
850
-200
850
-200
850
Current
[mA]
0.2
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
Signal Conditioning
Thermocouple
Components
Input ranges and detailed specifications for thermocouple
Front-ends
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
DEWE2
Drift
Compliance voltage
Source resistance
1, 2, 4 mA; software programmable
0 to 200 µA:
0.02 % ±50 nA
200 µA to 5 mA:
0.02 % ±1 µA
15 ppm/°K
15 V
>150 kΩ
Software
Input impedance
Input noise
Automatic bridge balance
Supported sensors
Connector
Excitation current
Excitation current
Accuracy
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Resistance
Range
[Ω]
1000000
300000
100000
30000
10000
3000
1000
300
100
30
10
3
1
Current
[mA]
0.005
0.015
0.05
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.5
1
1
2
4
5
5
Accuracy
[% of reading]
[% of range]
0.04
1.02
0.04
0.35
0.04
0.11
0.04
0.07
0.04
0.08
0.04
0.07
0.04
0.25
0.04
0.18
0.04
0.12
0.04
0.08
0.04
0.06
0.04
0.10
0.04
0.23
Detailed specifications for excitation current
Excitation
0 to 200 µA
>0.2 to 5 mA
170
[% of reading]
0,02
0,02
[µA]
0,05
1
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1.4 kVRMS line to ground
Banana sockets
Screw terminals
Module specifications
Input ranges unipolar and bipolar
DC accuracy
20 V and 50 V
100 V to 1400 V
Gain linearity
Gain drift range
Offset drift
20 V to 100 V
200 V to 1400 V
Long term stability
Input resistance
-3 dB Bandwidth (DAQP-HV)
-3 dB Bandwidth (DAQP-HV-S3)
Filter selection
Filter (lowpass)
Filter characteristics
Typical SFDR and SNR
50 V
200 V
1400 V
Typical CMRR
Isolation voltage
Protection
Surge (1.2/50)
Burst (5 kHz)
Output voltage
Output resistance
Output current
Output protection
Power supply
Power consumption
Power On default settings
Interface
(1)
(2)
DAQP-HV
20 V, 50 V, 100 V, 200 V, 400 V, 800 V, 1400 V
±0.05 % of reading ±40 mV
±0.05 % of reading ±0.05 % of range
0,03 %
Typically 20 ppm/°K (max. 50 ppm/°K)
typical 0.5 mV/°K
max. 4 mV/°K
typical 5 ppm/°K
max. 20 ppm of Range/°K
100 ppm/sqrt (1000 hrs)
10 MOhm
300 kHz(1)
700 kHz(2)
Push button or software
10 Hz, 30 Hz, 100 Hz, 300 Hz, 1 kHz, 3 kHz, 10 kHz, 30 kHz, 100 kHz
10 Hz to 100 kHz: Butterworth or Bessel 40 dB/dec (2nd order; ±1.5 dB @ f0)
300 kHz:
Bessel 60 dB/dec (3rd order; 0 to -3 dB @ 300kHz)
300 kHz
100 kHz
SFDR SNR SFDR SNR
98
76
101
81 dB
98
84
101
89 dB
98
86
102
91 dB
>80 dB @ 50 Hz
70 dB @ 400 Hz
60 dB @ 1 kHz
48 dB @ 10 kHz
Line to Ground 1.4 kVrms
Line to Line 1.8 kVrms
CAT III 600
CAT IV 300
±4000 V
±4000 V
±5 V
<10 Ohm
5 mA
Short to ground for 10 sec.
±9 VDC ± 1%
0.7 W
Software programable
RS-485
300 kHz exclusively for Bessel filter characteristic
700 kHz exclusively for Bessel filter characteristic
10 kHz
SFDR SNR
108
90 dB
108
91 dB
107
92 dB
Dedicated Instruments
Signal connection:
DAQP-HV-SC
Instruments
1.8 kVRMS line to line
Front-ends
Isolation:
Signal Conditioning
300 kHz
Components
7 ranges (±20 V to ±1400 V)
Bandwidth:
Software
Input ranges:
DEWE2
Isolated high voltage module
DAQP-HV-B
DAQP-HV
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DAQ Series Modules
DAQP-DMM
Isolated high voltage module
6 ranges from ±10 V to ±1000 V
Bandwidth:
30 kHz max.
Isolation:
1.5 kV RMS
Signal connection:
Safety banana sockets
DAQP-DMM
Input ranges:
Module specifications
Input ranges
Range selection
DC accuracy
Gain linearity
Gain drift
Input resistance
Bandwidth (-3 dB ±1.5 dB @ f0)
10 V to 40 V range
100 V to 200 V range
400 V to 1000 V range
Filters (lowpass)
Filter selection
Filter characteristics
@ 0.01, 0.1, 1, 3 kHz
@ 30 kHz
Typ. SNR @ max. bandwidth
10 V range
100 V range
1000 V range
Typical CMRR
Isolation voltage
Output voltage
Output resistance
Output current
Output protection
RS-485 interface
Power supply voltage
Power consumption
172
DAQP-DMM
±10, ±40, ±100, ±200, ±400, ±1000 V
Push button or software
0.1 % of reading ±0.1 % of range
Better than ±0.03 %
Typ. 20 ppm/°K, max. 40 ppm/°K
10 MOhm (±0.1 %)
Typical 20 kHz
Typical 25 kHz
30 kHz
10 Hz, 100 Hz, 1 kHz, 3 kHz (±1.5 dB @ f0)
Push button or software
Butterworth
40 dB / decade (12 dB / octave)
100 dB / decade (30 dB / octave)
60 dB
76 dB
81 dB
73 dB @ 0 Hz
70 dB @ 50 Hz
57 dB @ 400 Hz
1.5 kVRMS
±5 V
< 10 Ohm
Max. 5 mA
Continuous short to ground
Yes
±9 VDC (±10 %)
Typical 0.65 W
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350 V DC (1 kV RMS with banana socket)
Resistance Temperature Detector (Pt100 to Pt2000)
9 resistance ranges (8 to 4000 Ω);
requires MSI-V-RTD
CHARGE
Charge up to 50000 pC requires MSI-V-CH-50
Module specifications
Input ranges unipolar and bipolar
Push button selectable ranges
DC accuracy
Bipolar
Unipolar
Input coupling
Gain linearity
Gain drift range
Offset drift
10 mV to 200 mV
500 mV to 50 V
Long term stability
Input resistance
Bandwidth (-3 dB)
Filter selection
Filters (low pass)
Filter characteristics
Typical SFDR and SNR:
20 mV
1V
50 V
Typical CMRR
Input overvoltage protection
Isolation voltage
Sensor supply
Output voltage
Output resistance
Maximum output current
Output protection
Power On default settings
Power supply
Power consumption
RS-485 interface
TEDS
Supported TEDS chips
Supported MSI
(1)
DAQP-LV
10 mV, 20 mV, 50 mV, 100 mV, 200 mV, 500 mV, 1 V, 2.5 V, 5 V, 10 V, 25 V, 50 V
10 mV, 50 mV, 200 mV, 1 V, 5 V, 10 V, 50 V
Range
Accuracy
10 mV to 50 mV
±0.02 % of reading ±40 µV
100 mV to 50 V
±0.02 % of reading ±0.05 % of range
10 mV to 50 mV
±0.04 % of reading ±40 µV
100 mV to 50 V
±0.04 % of reading ±0.05 % of range
DC or AC software selectable (1.5 Hz standard, custom on request down to 0.01 Hz)
0.01 % of full scale
Typically 10 ppm/°K (max. 20 ppm/°K)
Uni- and bipolar
3 µV/°K
10 ppm of Range/°K
100 ppm/sqrt (1000 hrs)
1 MOhm
300 kHz
Push button or software
10 Hz, 30 Hz, 100 Hz, 300 Hz, 1 kHz, 3 kHz, 10 kHz, 30 kHz, 100 kHz
10 Hz to 100 kHz: Butterworth or Bessel 40 dB/dec (2nd order; ±1.5 dB @ f0)
300 kHz:
Bessel 60 dB/dec (3rd order; 0 to -3 dB @ 300kHz)
300 kHz bandwidth
100 kHz bandwidth
10 kHz bandwidth
SFDR
SNR
SFDR
SNR
SFDR
SNR
100 dB
72 dB
98 dB
76 dB
97 dB
84 dB
102 dB
82 dB
99 dB
93 dB
97 dB
96 dB
102 dB
82 dB
99 dB
93 dB
97 dB
96 dB
10 mV to 1 V range:
2.5 V to 50 V range:
>100 dB @ 50 Hz
90 dB @ 50 Hz
>100 dB @ 1 kHz
65 dB @ 1 kHz
83 dB @ 10 kHz
55 dB @ 10 kHz
350 VDC
350 VDC (1 kVRMS with banana connector)
±9 V (±1 %), 12 V (±5 %), 200 mA resettable fuse protected(1)
±5 V
<10 Ohm
5 mA
Short to ground for 10 sec.
Software programable
±9 VDC ±1 %
0.8 W without sensor supply
Yes
Hardware support for TEDS (Transducer Electronic Data Sheet)
DS2406, DS2430A, DS2432, DS2433, DS2431
MSI-V-ACC; MSI-V-RTD
DAQP-LV-SC
RTD
DAQP-LV-LEMO
Constant current powered sensors
(accelerometers,microphones); 12 ranges
(10 mV to 5 V); requires MSI-V-ACC
DAQP-LV-D
IEPE DAQP-LV-BNC
Additional signal input using MSI
®
DAQP-LV-B
Dedicated Instruments
300 kHz
Instruments
Bandwidth:
Front-ends
±20 mA using DAQ-SHUNT-1
±5 A using DAQ-SHUNT-4 or DAQ-SHUNT-5
Signal Conditioning
12 ranges (10 mV to 50 V)
Current input:
Components
Voltage input:
DEWE2
Isolated low voltage module
Software
DAQP-LV
Overall current should not exceed DEWE-30-xx maximum power.
173
DAQ Series Modules
50 kHz
Isolation:
350 V DC (1 kV RMS with banana socket)
Signal connection:
Safety banana sockets
BNC socket
9-pin SUB-D socket
8-pin LEMO socket
DAQP-V-LEMO
±10, ±100 mV, ±1, ±5, ±10, ±50 V
Bandwidth:
DAQP-V-B
Input ranges:
DAQP-V-D
Isolated low voltage module
DAQP-V-BNC
DAQP-V
Module specifications
Input ranges
Range selection
DC accuracy
10 mV range
100 mV range
1 V to 50 V ranges
Gain linearity
Gain drift
Input resistance
Bandwidth (-3 dB)
Filters (lowpass)
Filter selection
Filter characteristics
@ 0.01, 0.1, 1, 10 kHz
@ 50 kHz
Typ. SNR @ max. bandwidth
10 mV range
10 V range
50 V range
Typical CMRR
Isolation voltage
Overvoltage protection
Output voltage
Output resistance
Output current
Output protection
RS-485 interface
Power supply voltage
Power consumption
174
DAQP-V
±0.01, ±0.1, ±1, ±5, ±10, ±50 V
Push button or software
0.05 % of reading ±40 µV
0.05 % of reading ±100 µV
0.05 % of reading ±0.05 % of range
Better than ±0.03 %
Typ. 20 ppm/°K, max. 40 ppm/°K
1 MOhm (±0.1 %)
50 kHz (±1.5 dB @ f0)
10 Hz, 100 Hz, 1 kHz, 10 kHz (±1.5 dB @ f0)
Push button or software
Butterworth
40 dB / decade (12 dB / octave)
100 dB / decade (30 dB / octave)
61 dB
78 dB
78 dB
90 dB @ 0 Hz
78 dB @ 50 Hz
60 dB @ 400 Hz
350 VDC (1 kVRMS with banana connector)
±500 VDC or 300 VRMS
±5 V
< 10 Ohm
Max. 5 mA
Continuous short to ground
Yes
±9 V (±10 %)
typical 0.85 W
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Input signal
Accuracy
High input protection
Max. input voltage
Max. output voltage
Accuracy
Bandwidth (-3 dB)
Low input protection
Max. input voltage
Max. output voltage
Accuracy
Bandwidth (-3 dB)
Protection resistor
RS-485 interface
Power supply
DAQN-AIN
1:1 voltage input to A/D board
According to A/D board
±10 V, higher voltages up to ±500 V will be cut off
±10 V
Typ. better than ±0.25 %
Typ. 35 kHz (±1.2 dB @ f0)
±10 V, higher voltages will destroy the protection resistor
±10 V
Typ. better than ±0.02 %
Full system bandwidth
10 Ohm
No
±9 V
Dedicated Instruments
Module specifications
Instruments
Safety banana sockets
BNC socket
9-pin SUB-D socket
Front-ends
none
Signal connection:
Signal Conditioning
Isolation:
Components
Typ. 35 kHz (High input protection)
Full system bandwidth (Low input protection)
Software
Bandwidth:
DAQN-AIN-D
Voltage signals up to ±10 V
with overvoltage protection
DAQN-AIN-B
Input ranges:
DEWE2
Direct input module
DAQN-AIN-BNC
DAQN-AIN
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DAQ Series Modules
Isolated current module
DAQP-LA-SC: 0.1 A, 0.3 A, 1 A, 3 A, 10 A peak, 30 A peak,
DAQP-LA-B-S1: 2 mA, 6 mA, 20 mA, 60 mA, 200 mA, 0.6 A,
Bandwidth:
300 kHz
Isolation:
1.4 kV RMS Input to ground
Signal connection:
Screw terminals
Safety banana sockets
DAQP-LA-SC
Input ranges:
DAQP-LA-B-S1
DAQP-LA
Module specifications
Input resistance (Shunt)
Shunt inductance
Input ranges
Continuous current
Peak current
DC accuracy
100 mA and 300 mA
1 A to 30 A
2 mA and 6 mA
20 mA and 600 mA
Offset drift
100 mA and 300 mA
1 A to 30 A
2 mA and 6 mA
20 mA to 600 mA
Gain linearity
Gain drift range
Long term stability
Bandwidth (-3 dB)
Filter selection
Filters (low pass)
Filter characterisitics
DAQP-LA-SC
0.1 Ohm
<10 nH
0.1 A, 0.3 A, 1 A, 3 A, 10 A peak, 30 A peak
max. 5 ARMS
30 A max. 10 ms; 10 A max. 100 ms
±0.05 % of reading ±300 µA
±0.05 % of reading ±0.05 % of range
typ. max.
12 20 µA/°K
20 40 ppm of Range/°K
DAQP-LA-B-S1
5 Ohm
<10 nH
2 mA, 6 mA, 20 mA, 60 mA, 200 mA, 0.6 A
max. 0.6 A
±0.05 % of reading ±6 µA
±0.05 % of reading ±0.05 % of range
typ . max.
0.24 0.4
20
40
µA/°K
ppm of Range/°K
0.03 %
Typically 20 ppm/°K (max. 50 ppm/°K)
100 ppm/sqrt (1000 hrs)
300 kHz(1)
Push button or software
10 Hz, 30 Hz, 100 Hz, 300 Hz, 1 kHz, 3 kHz, 10 kHz, 30 kHz, 100 kHz
10 Hz to 100 kHz: Butterworth or Bessel 40 dB/dec (2nd order; ±1.5 dB @ f0)
300 kHz:
Bessel 60 dB/dec (3rd order; 0 to -3 dB @ 300kHz)
Typical SFDR and SNR
300 kHz
100 kHz
10 kHz
SFDR SNR
SFDR
SNR
SFDR
SNR
100 mA
95 dB
64 dB
95 dB
67 dB
95 dB
77 dB
1A
102 dB 82 dB
103 dB
85 dB
113 dB
90 dB
30 A
104 dB 89 dB
103 dB
89 dB
117 dB
91 dB
Isolation voltage
Input to Ground 1.4 kVRMS
Protection
CAT III 150 V
CAT IV 100 V
Output voltage
±5 V
Output resistance
<10 Ohm
Output current
5 mA
Power On default settings
Software programable
Output protection
Short to ground for 10 sec.
Power supply
±9 VDC ± 1%
Power consumption
0.7 W
Interface
RS-485
(1)
300 kHz exclusively for Bessel filter characteristic
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9-pin SUB-D socket
Module specifications
Input ranges
Inductive input ranges
Input voltage ranges
Bridge resistance
Excitation voltage level
Excitation voltage frequency
Maximum excitation current
Excitation voltage synchronisation
Excitation voltage accuracy
Excitation voltage drift
Excitation frequency drift
Nonlinearity
Accuracy
Offset drift
Gain drift
Balance adjusting range
Capacitive imbalance compensation
Phase adjustment range
Balance adjusting accuracy
Supported sensors
Shunt calibration
Completion and shunt resistor accuracy
-3 dB Bandwidth
Filters (lowpass)
Filter characteristics
Typ. SNR @ 1000 Hz [100 Hz]
and 2 VRMS excitation
Over voltage protection
Output voltage
Out current
Output protection
Power consumption
Supported TEDS chips*
Weight
*) TEDS support only with revision 2.0 or higher
DAQP-CFB
0.1 mV/V to 1000 mV/V
5 mV/V to 1000 mV/V (inductive range is limited from 20 mVRMS to 1000 mVRMS input voltage )
0.2 mVRMS to 1000 mVRMS
60 - 1,000 Ohm depending on excitation voltage
1, 2, 5 VRMS
5 kHz sine wave ±20 Hz
30 mARMS short circuit protected
Internal or external
5 VRMS ±5 mVRMS; 2 VRMS ±2.5 mVRMS; 1 VRMS ±2.5 mVRMS
typically 50 ppm/°K
typically 20 ppm/°K
±0.02 % FS
±0.2 % of reading ±0.1 % of range
±0.003 µV/V/K ±40 ppm of Range/°K
within ±30 ppm/°K
±400 % of Range (±200 % at 1 V excitation)
approx. 1000 pF
±40° (inductive mode only)
within ±0.1 % FS
full bridge
half bridge
quarter bridge 120 Ohm
quarter bridge 350 Ohm
inductive full bridge
inductive half bridge (typically LVTD Sensors)
internal 50 kOhm and 100 kOhm Shunt
±0.05 %
DC - 2.3 kHz
10, 30, 100, 300, 1 kHz
2nd order Bessel, 2nd order Butterworth (40 dB/ decade)
78 dB [85 dB] @ 1 mV/V
80 dB [87 dB] @ 100 mV/V
±10 V
±5 V
±5 mA
continuous short to ground
max. 1.5 W
DS2406, DS2430, DS2432, DS2433, DS2431
within 250 (±30) g
Dedicated Instruments
Signal connection:
Instruments
none
Front-ends
Isolation:
Signal Conditioning
2.3 kHz
Components
0.1 mV/V to 1000 mV/V
Bandwidth:
DAQP-CFB
Input ranges:
DEWE2
Carrier frequency module
Software
DAQP-CFB
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Isolated strain gauge module
±5, ±10, ±25, ±50, ±100, ±250 mV
±1, ±2, ±5, ±10, ±20, ±50 mV/V
Bandwidth:
20 kHz
Isolation:
350 V DC for input and excitation
Signal connection:
9-pin SUB-D socket
8-pin LEMO socket
DAQP-BRIDGE-A
Input ranges:
@ 5 V excitation:
DAQP-BRIDGE-A-LEMO
DAQP-BRIDGE-A
Module specifications
Gain
Input ranges
@ 5 VDC excitation
Range selection
Input impedance
DC accuracy
Gain linearity
Excitation voltage
Accuracy
Drift
Protection
Bridge types
Bridge resistance
Shunt calibration
Zero adjust
Bandwidth (-3 dB)
Filters (lowpass)
Filter selection
Filter characteristics
Typ. SNR @ max. bandwidth
Typical CMRR
Overvoltage protection
Isolation
Output voltage
Output resistance
Output current
Output protection
RS-485 interface
TEDS support
MSI support
Power supply voltage
Power consumption
178
DAQP-BRIDGE-A
20 to 1000
±5, ±10, ±25, ±50, ±100, ±250 mV
±1, ±2, ±5, ±10, ±20, ±50 mV/V
Push button or software
> 100 MOhm
±0.1 %
±0.05 %
0.25, 0.5, 1, 2.5, 5 and 10 VDC software programmable (5 VDC = default setting)
0.05 % ±1 mV
typ. 20 ppm (max. 40 ppm)
Continuous short to ground
Full bridge
½ bridge with internal completion (software programmable)
¼ bridge with internal resistor for 120 and 350 Ohm (software programmable)
120 Ohm to 10 kOhm (down to 87 Ohm on request)
Two internal shunt resistors or external resistor for shunt calibration (175k & 59k88)
Full automatic, ±200 % of F.S. (via push button or software)
20 kHz (±1.5 dB @ f0)
10 Hz, 100 Hz, 1 kHz, 5 kHz, 20 kHz (±1.5 dB @ f0)
Push button or software
Bessel or Butterworth (software programmable)
40 dB / decade (12 dB / octave)
71 dB @ Gain 1000
79 dB @ Gain 20
73 dB @ 0 Hz
71 dB @ 400 Hz
70 dB @ 1 kHz
±10 VDC
350 VDC (for input and excitation)
±5 V
< 10 Ohm
Max. 5 mA
Continuous short to ground
Yes
No
Manually support of MSI-BR-TH-x adapter
±9 VDC (±1 %)
Typ. 1.44 W @ 350 Ohm, 1.83 W @ 120 Ohm (both full bridge @ 5 VDC excitation)
Max: 3 W (depending on sensor)*
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Signal connection:
BNC socket
Module specifications
Ranges
Gain
Range / gain selection
Gain error
Sensor types
Sensor excitation
Input impedance
Input voltage range
Voltage < 4 V
Voltage > 19 V
Input protection
IN+
IN- (shield)
Bandwidth (-3 dB)
Filters (highpass)
0.5 Hz filter
5 Hz filter
Filters (lowpass)
Filter selection
Filter characteristics
up to 100 kHz
300 kHz
Typ. SNR @ max. bandwidth
Gain 1 and 3
Gain 10
Gain 30
Gain 100
Output voltage
Output resistance
Output current
Output protection
RS-485 interface
Power supply voltage
Power consumption
DAQP-ACC-A
±5 V, ±1.66 V, ±500 mV, ±166 mV, ±50 mV
1, 3, 10, 30, 100
Push button or software
0.5 %
IEPE® sensors only
4 or 8 mA (software selection), 10 %, up to 28 VDC
5 or 7 MOhm (depending on time constant), in parallel with 1.2 nF
4 to 19 V
‚Shortcut‘ detection
‚No sensor‘ detection
max. -10 to 28 V
max. 20 mA
From selected highpass filter to 300 kHz (+2 to -5 dB @ fg)
0.5 Hz and 5 Hz (software selection)
0.32 s time constant
0.032 s time constant
1 kHz, 10 kHz, 100 kHz, 300 kHz
other filter steps available as an option on request
Push button or software
Butterworth
100 dB / decade (30 dB / octave)
80 dB / decade (24 dB / octave)
94 dB
91 dB
80 dB
73 dB
±5 V
< 10 Ohm
Max. 5 mA
Continuous short to ground
Yes
±9 VDC (±10 %)
Typical 0.8 to 1.0 W (depending on sensor)
Dedicated Instruments
Isolation:
Instruments
300 kHz
Front-ends
Bandwidth:
Signal Conditioning
4 mA or 8 mA
Components
±5 V, ±1.66 V, ±500 mV, ±166 mV, ±50 mV
Excitation current:
DAQP-ACC-A
Input ranges:
DEWE2
IEPE ® module
Software
DAQP-ACC-A
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DAQP-CHARGE-A
Dynamic charge module
0, 20, 40, 60 dB (±5 V, ±500 mV, ±50 mV, ±5 mV)
5, 50, 500, 5000, 50000 pC
Bandwidth:
50 kHz
Isolation:
none
Signal connection:
BNC socket
(adapter BNC to MICRODOT included)
DAQP-CHARGE-A
Input ranges:
IEPE ® input:
Charge input:
Module specifications
Supported sensors
Sensor type selection
Input ranges
IEPE® input
Charge input
Gain accuracy
Input range finetuning
Range selection
Integration
LED indicators
Range and filter
ICP LED
OVL LED
A, V and D LED
Constant current source
Filters (highpass)
Filters (lowpass)
Filter selection
Filter characteristics
Bandwidth (-3 dB)
Typ. SNR @ max. bandwidth
5000 pC
500 pC
50 PC
5 pC
5 pC
Output voltage
Output noise
RS-485 interface
Power supply voltage
Power consumption
*)
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DAQP-CHARGE-A
IEPE® and charge sensors
Push button or software
0, 20, 40, 60 dB (±5 V, ±500 mV, ±50 mV, ±5 mV)
5, 50, 500, 5000, 50000 pC
1 % F.S.
programmable
Push button (fixed) or software (all)
Single (velocity) or double (displacement), 0 dB at 15.9 Hz
5 LEDs
Active with connected IEPE® sensor, inactive for charge input
Overload control (output voltage > 5 V)
Indicator for acceleration, velocity and displacement output
3.2 to 5.6 mA, > 24 V
0.1 Hz, 1 Hz, 10 Hz (±2 dB @ f0)
100 Hz, 1, 3, 10, 50 kHz (±2 dB @ f0)
Push button or software
Butterworth
80 dB / decade (24 dB / octave)
0.1 Hz to 50 kHz (±2 dB @ f0)
90 dB
87 dB
73 dB
54 dB
60 dB @ 10 kHz
±5 V (±6 V peak voltage)
< 8 mV (all ranges with 50 kHz filter)
Yes
±9 VDC (±10 %)
0.6 W to 1.2 W (depending on sensor)*
CAUTION: The following systems only support 10 DAQP-CHARGE-A modules at once, due to high start-up current.
DEWE-2010 series, DEWE-2500 series, DEWE-5000 series, DEWE-30-16 with DC option, DEWE-50-USB2 with DC option
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BNC socket
Module specifications
Input ranges
Range selection
Gain accuracy
Gain linearity
Bandwidth (-3 dB)
Filters (lowpass)
Filter selection
Filter characteristics
Coupling
Time constant / Highpass filter
100 pC to 2000 pC
2001 pC to 40000 pC
40001 pC to 200 kpC
Drift input current @ 25 °C
Offset drift
Amplifier reset
Offset after reset
Typ. SNR @ max. bandwidth
Range 100 pC
Range > 2000 pC
Ouput noise
@ 100 kHz
@ 30 kHz
Cable noise
CMR
Isolation
Input overvoltage protection
Output voltage
RS-485 interface
Power supply voltage
Power consumption
DAQP-CHARGE-B
±100, ±500, ±2 000, ±10 000, ±40 000, ±200 000, ±1 000 000 pC
Push button or software
0.5 % of range (1 % of range for 100 and 500 pC)
±0.05 %
100 kHz (±1.5 dB @ f0)
10 Hz, 30 Hz, 100 Hz, 300 Hz, 1 kHz, 3 kHz, 10 kHz, 30 kHz, 100 kHz (±2 dB @ f0)
Push button or software
Bessel or Butterworth (software programmable)
40 dB / decade (12 dB / octave)
AC or DC software selectable
AC coupled
DC coupled @ 25°C; max. 60 % relative humidity
2 sec / 0.7 Hz
>20000 sec
40 sec / 3.9 mHz
>50000 sec
1000 sec / 0.16 mHz
>70000 sec
< ±0.03 pC/s
50 ppm of Range/°K
Push button or software
±2 mV or ±1 pC (greater value is valid)
76 dB (82 dB @ 30 kHz / 85 dB @ 10 kHz )
81 dB (89 dB @ 30 kHz / 93 dB @ 10 kHz )
0.3 mVRMS + 0.01 pCRMS
0.12 mVRMS + 0.008 pCRMS
< 10-5 pCRMS/pF
< 0.02 pC/V (difference between input and output ground)
350 VDC
1 kV ESD
±5 V
Yes
±9 VDC (±1 %)
1.5 W to 3.5 W (depending on signal range and frequency)
Dedicated Instruments
Signal connection:
Instruments
350 V DC
Front-ends
Isolation:
Signal Conditioning
100 kHz
Components
±100 to ±1 000 000 pC
Bandwidth:
DAQP-CHARGE-B
Input ranges:
DEWE2
Isolated static and dynamic charge module
Software
DAQP-CHARGE-B
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DAQP-THERM
Isolated thermocouple module
K, J, T, R, S, N, E, B, L, C, U (others on request)
Bandwidth:
3 kHz
Isolation:
1 kV RMS
Signal connection:
Universial miniature thermocouple socket
DAQP-THERM
Thermocouple:
Module specifications
DAQP-THERM
K, J, T, R, S, N, E, B, L, C, U, others on request
Min. to max. of the input range is free programmable within the full thermocouple input span
±0.2 °C
0.01 °C/°C ambient temperature change
DSP based linearization
Typical 0.3° for type K including CJC error;
details see table „Input ranges and detailed specifications for thermocouple“.
> 0.01°C
> 1 MOhm
3 kHz
3 Hz, 10 Hz, 30 Hz, 100 Hz, 300 Hz, 1 kHz
Butterworth or Bessel, 2nd, 4th, 8th order programmable
±1000 VRMS continuous (for input excitation and TEDS interface)
>160 dB
100 MΩ pull up; software selectable
±5 V; 0 to 5 V; (±10 V and 0 to 10 V with special DEWE-30)
100 Ohm
Continuous short to ground
Yes
±9 VDC (±1 %)
Typical 1 W
Universal mini thermocouple connector
Thermocouple types
Ranges
CJC absolute accuracy
CJC stability
Linearization
Accuracy
Nonlinearity
Input resistance
Bandwidth (-3 dB)
Filters
Filter characteristics
Isolation
Typ. CMRR @ 3kHz
Open thermocouple detection
Output voltage
Output resistance
Output protection
RS-485 interface
Power supply voltage
Power consumption
Connector
Input ranges and detailed specifications for thermocouple
Thermocouple
182
Type
Standard
K
J
T
R
S
N
E
L
C
U
DIN EN 60584-1
DIN EN 60584-1
DIN EN 60584-1
DIN EN 60584-1
DIN EN 60584-1
DIN EN 60584-1
DIN EN 60584-1
DIN 43710
ASTM E988-96
DIN 43710
B
DIN EN 60584-1
Input range
min
max
[°C]
[°C]
-270
1372
-210
1200
-270
400
-50
1760
-50
1760
-270
1300
-270
1000
0
900
0
2310
-200
600
0
1820
-270 to -200 °C
[°C]
6.70
0.68
4.37
9.14
4.25
--
-200 to -100 °C
[°C]
0.70
0.60
0.69
0.77
0.60
0.64
Accuracy
-100 to 0 °C
[°C]
0.35
0.32
0.37
0.85
0.77
0.37
0.33
0.37
-
0 to 100 °C
[°C]
0.26
0.25
0.26
0.59
0.58
0.28
0.24
0.25
0.36
0.26
0 to 500 °C
10
100 °C to fullscale
[% of reading + °C]
0.027
0.26
0.019
0.25
0.23
0.009
0.44
0.012
0.45
0.017
0.27
0.018
0.23
0.33
0.045
0.33
0.24
>500 °C
0.44
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Isolation Amplifiers
Input ranges
Minimum input
Range selection
Accuracy
Input signal
Input resistance
Input filters
Filter selection
Coupling
Trigger level
Sensor supply
Isolation
Overvoltage protection
Output filter
Filter characteristics
Selection
Output signals
Output resistance
Output current
Output protection
RS-485 interface
Power supply voltage
Power consumption
DAQP-FREQ-A
100 Hz, 1 kHz, 5 kHz, 20 kHz, 100 kHz, 200 kHz
2 % of selected range
Push button or software
±0.05 % (from 4 % to 100 % of range)
10 mV to 300 V
Be aware that the DSUB connector is only specified up to 250 V!
For signals above 60 V you are not allowed to use the metal housing of the
DSUB connector, which is included with shipment.
1 MOhm
100 Hz, 1 kHz, 5 kHz, 20 kHz, 100 kHz, 200 kHz
Push button or software
DC or AC (software programmable)
10 mV to 130 V (software programmable)
+12 VDC, ±9 VDC (not isolated)
350 VDC
±500 VPEAK / 350 VRMS
3 ranges with 1.5, 30 and 500 ms (10 - 90 %)
Butterworth, 60 dB / decade (18 dB / octave)
Automatically according to input range
slow (default) or fast output filter selectable within the input range
±5 V according to input frequency
TTL level trigger output signal
< 10 Ohm
Max. 5 mA
Continuous short to ground
Yes
±9 VDC (±5 %)
Typical 1.0 W
Dedicated Instruments
Module specifications
Instruments
9-pin SUB-D socket
Front-ends
Signal connection:
Signal Conditioning
350 V DC
Components
100 Hz, 1 kHz, 5 kHz, 20 kHz, 100 kHz, 200 kHz
Isolation:
DAQP-FREQ-A
Input ranges:
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Software
DAQP-FREQ-A
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DAQ Series Modules
±10 V
Bandwidth:
400 Hz
Isolation:
1500 V RMS
Signal connection:
Banana sockets
BNC socket
9-pin SUB-D socket
DAQN-V-OUT-B
Input ranges:
Module specifications
Input voltage ranges
Input voltage maximum
Input resistance
Output voltage range up to
Over range capability
Output drive
Output resistance
Output current under fault, max
Output protection transient
CMV, output to input, continuous
Transient
CMRR (50 / 60 Hz)
Accuracy
NMR (-3 dB @ 400 Hz)
Nonlinearity
Stability
Offset
Span
Noise
Output ripple, 1 kHz bandwidth
Bandwidth (-3 dB)
Power supply voltage
Power supply current
Power supply sensitivity
184
DAQN-V-OUT-D
Isolated voltage output module
DAQN-V-OUT-BNC
DAQN-V-OUT
DAQN-V-OUT
±10 V
±36 V (no damage)
50 MOhm
up to ±10 V (depending on DAC output of DAQ card)
5 % @ 10 V output
50 mA max.
0.5 Ohm
75 mA
ANSI/IEEE C37.90.1-1989
1500 VRMS max.
ANSI/IEEE C37.90.1-1989
110 dB
±0.05 % span (0 to 5 mA load)
100 dB per decade above 400 Hz
0.02 % span
±25 ppm/°C
±20 ppm/°C
2 mVpp
400 Hz
9 VDC ±5 %
350 mA full load, 135 mA no load
±12.5 ppm/%
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Selection Guide
PAD Series Modules
Exchangeable
For DEWETRON systems with built-in DAQ rack
Module
# CH Input type
Ranges
Bandwidth (BW),
Filters (FILT)
Isolation (ISO),
Special
Overvoltage
functions
protection (OP)
Voltage measurement
PAD-V8-P
8
V
Voltage,
up to ±50 V
BW: 6 Hz
ISO: 350 VDC
separate 24 bit
current with
external shunt
±20 mA
FILT: 1 / 4 / 8 values
OP: 150 VDC
A/D per channel
±15, ±50, ±100, ±150 mV,
BW: 6 Hz
ISO: 350 VDC
separate 24 bit
-150 mV to +1.5 V,
FILT: 1 / 4 / 8 values
OP: 15 VDC
A/D per channel
BW: 6 Hz
ISO: 350 VDC
separate 24 bit
FILT: 1 / 4 / 8 values
OP: 15 VDC
A/D per channel
-
ISO: 300 VDC
max load:
Temperature and ohmic measurement
PAD-TH8-P
8
Voltage
Thermocouple
PAD-TH8-P + CB8-RTD
8
Thermocouple type J, K and T
Thermoresistors Pt100, Pt200, Pt500, Pt1000,
Pt2000, Ni120
Resistors
up to 2 kOhm
Digital output
Relay outputs (dry contacts)
Digital out, analog out
PAD-DO7
7
0.5 A @ 60 VAC,
1 A @ 24 VDC
Voltage output module
PAD-AO1
1
Voltage output
0 to 10 V
current output
0 to 20 mA, 4 to 20 mA
-
ISO: 300 VDC
PAD-CB8-x-M
Miniature thermocouple
connection block for
PAD-TH8-P modules
PAD-CB8-x-P2
Standard thermocouple
connection block for PADTH8-P modules
PAD-CB8-RTD
Connect up to 8 RTD
sensors (or resistors) to
PAD-TH8-P modules
PAD-OPT1
Screw terminal adapter
including cold junction
compensation (CJC) for
PAD-TH8-P modules
PAD-CB8-x
BNC or banana sockets for
easy signal connection to
PAD-V8-P modules
Software
Components
OUT
Instruments
Digital output (RS-485)
Front-ends
Isolation
Signal Conditioning
Low bandwidth - for static signals
Dedicated Instruments
Multi channel
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PAD Series Modules
PAD-V8-P
Input channels:
8 channel voltage module
8 differential input channels
A/D conversion
8 internal 24 bit A/D converters
Bandwidth:
6 Hz
Isolation:
350 V DC
Signal connection:
25-pin SUB-D socket
Module specifications (for revision 6.00 or higher)
PAD-V8-P
Input channels
8 differential input channels
Input signals
Voltage
±100 mV, ±150 mV, ±500 mV, ±1 V, ±2.5 V, ±5 V, ±10 V, ±50 V, -0.15 to +1.5 V
Current
With external shunt resistor
Resolution
10 µV for all ranges
Sampling rate
Max. 12 Hz per channel
Readout speed
Typ. 80 ch/sec.*
DC accuracy
±0.02 % of reading ±900 µV
Bandwidth (-3 dB)
6 Hz (±1.5 dB @ f0)
Isolation voltage
350 VDC (channel to channel and input to output)
Overvoltage protection
Common mode voltage
NMR
350 VDC / 250 VAC @ 50 Hz
120 dB @ 50/60 Hz
CMRR
140 dB @ DC, 120 dB @ 50 Hz
RS-485 interface
Yes
Interface speed
9600 bps (2400 to 115200)
Power supply voltage
±9 VDC (±10 %)
Power consumption
*)
186
150 VDC
Typical 0.6 W
Depending on system and number of channels
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6 Hz
Isolation:
350 V DC
Signal connection:
25-pin SUB-D socket
Module specifications (for revision 6.00 or higher)
PAD-TH8-P
Input channels
8 differential input channels
Input voltage
±1.5 V
Input resistance
1.4 MΩ
Gain linearity
0.001%
Bandwidth
6 Hz
Resolution
1 µV (24-bit)
Temperature drift
30 ppm/°K
Typical noise
2 µV
DC accuracy
Better ±0.05 % ±200 µV (typ. ±0.03 % F.S. ±20 µV)
Sampling rate
Max. 12 Hz per channel
Readout speed
Typ. 80 ch/sec.*
Isolation voltage
350 VDC (channel to channel and input to output)
Overvoltage protection
Channel to channel voltage
NMR (50/60 Hz)
15 VDC
100 VDC
120 dB
CMRR (50/60 Hz)
130 dB
RS-485 interface
Yes
Interface speed
9600 bps (2400 to 115200)
Power supply voltage
±9 VDC (±10 %)
Power consumption
*)
Typical 0.6 W
Depending on system and number of channels
Dedicated Instruments
8 internal 24 bit A/D converters
Bandwidth:
Instruments
A/D conversion
Front-ends
Thermocouple: requires PAD-CB8-x breakout box
RTD:requires PDA-CB8-RTD breakout box
Signal Conditioning
DEWE2
8 differential input channels
Components
Input channels:
8 channel thermocouple and RTD module
Software
PAD-TH8-P
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PAD Series Modules
PAD-CB8-RTD
8 channel RTD connector block for PAD-TH8-P
Input channels:
8 RTD channels, type Pt100, Pt200, Pt500, Ni120, ...
Sensor supply:
galvanically isolated to PAD-TH8-P module
Specifications
PAD-CB8-RTD
Input channels
8 RTDs
Constant current
1250 µA (CB8-RTD-S3: 250 µA)
Constant current drift
5 ppm/°K
Connection types
2-, 3- or 4-wire
Standard input ranges
Resistor 0 to 999,99 Ohm, Pt100 a = 0.00385; Pt100 a = 0.003916; Pt200; Pt500; Ni120
CB8-RTD-S3
Resistor 0 to 999,99 Ohm, Pt100 a = 0.00385; Pt100 a = 0.003916; Pt200; Pt500; Pt1000; Pt2000
Accuracy
Pt100 a = 0.00385
Pt100 a = 0.003916
Pt200 a = 0.00385
Pt500 a = 0.00385
±0.25 °C @ -200 to 100 °C ±0.25 °C @ -200 to 100 °C ±0.25 °C @ -200 to 100 °C ±0.25 °C @ -200 to 100 °C
±0.4 °C @ 100 to 400 °C
±0.4 °C @ 100 to 400 °C
±0.4 °C @ 100 to 400 °C
±0.8 °C @ 400 to 800 °C
±0.8 °C @ 400 to 800 °C
±0.5 °C @ 400 to 630 °C
Pt1000 a = 0.00385
Pt2000 a = 0.00385
Ni120
±0.4 °C @ 100 to 250 °C
±0.25 °C @ -200 to 100 °C ±0.25 °C @ -200 to 100 °C ±0.3 °C @ -80 to 100 °C
±0.4 °C @ 100 to 400 °C
±0.4 °C @ 100 to 400 °C
±0.8 °C @ 400 to 600 °C
±0.8 °C @ 400 to 600 °C
Typical noise
0.01 °C
Operating temperature
-25 to +80 °C
Cabel length
2m (up to 12 m on request)
Dimensions (WxDxH)
approx. 196 x 57 x 32.2 mm (7.7 x 2.2 x 1.3 in.)
PAD-CB8-x-M
and PAD-CB8-x-P2
±0.6 °C @ 100 to 260 °C
8 channel thermocouple connector block for PAD-TH8-P
Input channels:
8 thermocouple
Thermocouple type:
versions for K, J, T
Specifications
PAD-CB8-x-P2 and PAD-CB8-x-M
Input channels
8 isolated thermocouple input channels
Accuracy
Thermocouple type J:
Thermocouple type K:
Thermocouple type T:
±1.0 °C @ -200 to -100 °C
±1.0 °C @ -200 to -25 °C
±1.0 °C @ -200 to -150 °C
±0.3 °C @ -100 to 150 °C
±0.4 °C @ -25 to 120 °C
±0.4 °C @ -150 to 400 °C
±0.4 °C @ 150 to 400 °C
±0.6 °C @ 120 to 400 °C
±1 °C @ 400 to 1200 °C
±1 °C @ 400 to 1372 °C
Thermocouple type E, R, S, N, C or other types on request
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Typical noise
±0.1 °C @ 6 Hz sampling; no average
CJC
Internal
Operating temperature
-25 to +80 °C (better on request)
Cable length
2 m (up to 12 m on request)
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Module specifications
PAD-DO7
Number of channels
7 relay output channels
Relay type
Form ‚A‘ relay SPST N.O. with dry contacts
Max. load
0.5 A (60 VAC)
Isolation voltage
Relay on time
1 A (24 VDC)
300 VRMS
Typical 5 ms
RS-485 interface
Yes
Interface speed
9600 bps
Power supply voltage
+12 VDC (±10 %)
Power consumption
Typical 1.0 W
Dedicated Instruments
25-pin SUB-D connector
Instruments
Signal connection:
Front-ends
300 V RMS
Signal Conditioning
7 relay output channels
Isolation:
Components
Output channels:
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Software
PAD-DO7
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PAD Series Modules
PAD-AO1
1 channel analog output module
Output channels:
1 output channel
Isolation:
300 V DC
Signal connection:
25-pin SUB-D socket
Module specifications
PAD-AO1
Number of channels
1 output channel
Output signals
Voltage
0 to 10 V
Current
0 to 20 mA or 4 to 20 mA
Resolution
12-bit
Accuracy
±0.1 % of FSR
Readback accuracy
±1 % of FSR
Resolution
±0.02 % of FSR
Zero drift
Voltage output
±30 µV/°C
Current output
±0.2 µA/°C
Span temp. coefficient
±25 ppm/°C
Programmable output slope
0.125 to 1024 mA/sec or 0.0625 to 512 V/sec
Current load resistor
500 Ohm
Isolation
300 VDC
RS-485 interface
9600 bps
Power supply voltage
+12 VDC (±10 %)
Power consumption
190
Yes
Interface speed
Typical 1.2 W
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Differential Amplifiers
MDAQ Series
MDAQ series modules are dynamic differential signal
amplifiers with high bandwidth.
All are multi-channel and have an analog voltage output.
The configuration is done via RS-485 interface. Models
with multi-pin connectors offer sensor supply for single
cable sensor connection.
Key Features
Multi channel
High bandwidth up to 300 kHz
±5 V or ±10 V conditioned signal output
Differential inputs
Easy configuration
MDAQ series modules are cost-effective and space saving, thus the ideal solution for applications requiring
hundreds of dynamic input channels. The modules fit into
many DEWETRON instruments.
Configuring MDAQ inputs
Software
MDAQ modules are configured according a building block system. There is a MDAQ-BASE, the “motherboard”
which holds up to two MDAQ-SUB modules. The MDAQ-BASE defines whether the conditioned signal output is
±5 V or ±10 V. A range of MDAQ-SUB modules define the supported input signals. Finally a filter board MDAQFILT can be added.
Components
Differential Amplifiers
Signal Conditioning
Front-ends
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
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Automotive
Energy & Power Analysis
Aerospace & Defense
Tr a n s p o r t a t i o n
G e n e r a l Te s t & M e a s u r e m e n t
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MDAQ Series Modules
MDAQ Series Amplifiers
Multi channel
Small form factor for high channel density
Cost effective
High bandwidth up to 300 kHz
Support of MSI (Modular Smart Interface)
Selection Guide
SUB Modules for MDAQ-BASE-x
#
Input type
CH
Module
MDAQ-SUB-STG-D
8
Connector: DB-9
Ranges
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
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
TEDS
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

Connector: BNC
BW: 300 kHz
4 / 8 mA
HP: 0.16 Hz, 3.4 Hz
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
4 / 8 mA
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
MDAQ modules - available in most of the
DEWETRON multichannel systems.
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DEWE-51-USB2-32
2x MDAQ-SUB-BRIDGE-D,
2x MDAQ-SUB-ACC-A modules and USB-A/D converter
Typical combination with
two SUB modules mounted
on a BASE module, and
FILTER board (optional)
All MDAQ boards are
equipped with highest quality components
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Filter modules for MDAQ
nd
16
Butterworth
30, 100, 300 Hz, 1, 10 kHz, Bypass
2
MDAQ-FILT-5-BU-S1
16
Butterworth
100 Hz, 1, 10, 30, 100 kHz, Bypass
2
MDAQ-FILT-5-BE
16
Bessel
30, 100, 300 Hz, 1, 10 kHz, Bypass
2
nd
nd
MDAQ-BASE boards
Sub modules
Bandwidth
Output
2
300 kHz
±5 V
2
30 kHz
±10 V
MDAQ-BASE-5
MDAQ-BASE-10
Dedicated Instruments
Please contact factory for details.
MDAQ-FILT-5-BU
Instruments
Note:
not possible in all system configurations.
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Order
th
4
Front-ends
Cut-off frequencies
100 Hz, 1, 10, 30, 100 kHz, Bypass
Signal Conditioning
Filter characteristics
Butterworth
Components
# CH
16
Software
Module
MDAQ-AAF4-5-BU
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MDAQ Series Modules
MDAQ Series Modules
MDAQ-SUB-STG-D
15 input ranges from ±2.5 mV to ±10 V
1 mV steps programmable excitation from 0 to 12 V
Internal Bridge Completion for ½ and ¼ Bridge
Internal 50 k and 100 k Shunt resistor
TEDS support
Specifications
MDAQ-SUB-STG-D combined with MDAQ-BASE-5
Gain
0.5 to 2000
Input ranges
±2.5, 5, 10, 20, 25, 50, 100, 200, 250, 500, 1000, 1250, 2500, 5000, 10 000 mV
@ 5 VDC excitation
±0.5, 1, 2, 4, 5, 10, 20, 40, 50, 100, 200, 250, 500, 1000 mV/V
Input impedance
>100 MOhm
Input noise
3.5 nV * √Hz
Typ. input offset drift
0.5 µV/K (for ranges < 200 mV)
DC Accuracy
High Gain
±2.5 mV;5 mV/V;10 mV/V;±25 mV
20 mV
50 mV
±100 mV to ±200 mV
±0.250 to ±1 V
±1.25 V; ±2.5 V
±5;10 V
Without software correction table
±0.03% of reading
±0.03% of reading
±0.03% of reading
±0.03% of reading
±15 µV [±3 µV/V @5 VEXC] ±0.15% of reading
±0.12% of range
±0.15% of reading
±0.06% of range
±0.15% of reading
±0.03% of range
±0.15% of reading
±15 µV [±3 µV/V @5 VEXC]
±0.12% of range
±0.06% of range
±0.03% of range
Low Gain ±0.03% of reading
±0.03% of reading
±0.02% of reading
400 µV [±80µV/[email protected] VEXC] ±0.15% of reading
±1mV
±0.15% of reading
±0.03% of range
±0.15% of reading
400 µV [±80µV/V @5VEXC]
±1 mV
±0.03% of range
Gain drift @ 5 VDC excitation
10 ppm/K of range ±0.02 µV/V/K
Excitation voltage
0 to 12 V programable in 1 mV steps. ( 5 V default )
Excitation accuracy
±0.05 % ±0.7 mV
Excitation drift
±10 ppm/K ±50 µV/K
Excitation protection
Continuous short to ground
Excitation current limit
50 mA/Channel
Bridge Types
4- or 6-wire full bridge
3- or 5-wire ½ bridge with internal completion (software programmable)
3- wire Quarter bridge with internal 120 Ohm and 350 Ohm completion (software programmable)
Shunt Resistor
Internal 100 k and 50 k Resistor (software programable)
Completion and Shunt resistor accuracy
0.05% 5ppm/°K
Bridge resistance
120 Ohm to 10 k Ohm
Automatic bridge balance
1)
absolute Voltage
mV/V @ 5 VEXC
µm/m @ 5VEXC k=2 Quarter bridge
±10 mV
±100 mV
±0.5 V
±5V
±2 mV/V
±20 mV/V
±100 mV/V
±1000 mV/V
±4000 µm/m
±40000 µm/m
±200,000 µm/m
±2,000,000 µm/m
2.5 mV to 20 mV
25 mV to 200 mV
250 mV to 1 V
2 V to 10 V
Bandwidth (-3 dB)
30 kHz
Filters (lowpass)
In combination with MDAQ-FILT-xx
Typ. SNR @ 30 kHz [1 kHz]
64 dB [82 dB] @ 1 mV/V
and 5 VDC excitation
Typ. CMR @ 0.1 mV/V [1 mV/V]
and 5 VDC excitation
82 dB [96 dB] @ 50 mV/V
125 dB [120 dB] @ DC
115 dB [110 dB] @ 400 Hz
110 dB [105 dB] @ 1 kHz
Max. common mode voltage range
±12 V
Input overvoltage protection
±25 VDC
Output voltage
±5 V ( ±10V with MDAQ-BASE-10)
Output resistance
< 10 Ohm
Output current
Max. 5 mA
Output protection
Continuous short to ground
TEDS
Hardware support for TEDS (Transducer Electronic Data Sheet)
Supported TEDS chips
DS2406, DS2430A, DS2432, DS2433
Power consumption
@ 5 VDC excitation
@ 10 VDC
350 Ohm 16 Channels typ. 8 W
120 Ohm 16 Channels typ. 15 W
350 Ohm 16 Channels typ. 15 W
Standard operating temperature
0 °C to 70 °C
1)
194
( 32 °F to 158 °F)
MDAQ-BASE-10A has the half offset adjustment range
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MDAQ-SUB-BRIDGE-D
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High accuracy (0.05%) full bridge amplifier
Internal half bridge completion
Input short-circuit function for measuring absolute strain
Bridge and voltage measurement mode
MDAQ-SUB-BRIDGE-D combined with MDAQ-BASE-5
Gain
0.5 to 2000
Input ranges
±2.5, 5, 10, 20, 25, 50, 100, 200, 250, 500, 1000, 1250, 2500, 5000, 10 000 mV
±0.5, 1, 2, 4, 5, 10, 20, 40, 50, 100, 200, 250, 500, 1000 mV/V
3.5 nV * √Hz
Typ. input offset drift
0.5 µV/K (for ranges < 200 mV)
DC Accuracy
High Gain
±2.5 mV;5 mV/V;10 mV/V;±25 mV
20 mV
50 mV
±100 mV to ±200 mV
±0.250 to ±1V
±1.25V; ±2.5V
±5;10V
Without software correction table
±0.03% of reading
±0.03% of reading
±0.03% of reading
±0.03% of reading
Low Gain ±0.03% of reading
±0.03% of reading
±0.02% of reading
±15 µV [±3 µV/[email protected] VEXC]
±0.12% of range
±0.06% of range
±0.03% of range
±0.15% of reading
±0.15% of reading
±0.15% of reading
±0.15% of reading
±15 µV [±3 µV/[email protected] VEXC]
±0.12% of range
±0.06% of range
±0.03% of range
400µV [±80 µV/[email protected]] ±0.15% of reading
±1 mV
±0.15% of reading
±0.03% of range
±0.15% of reading
400 µV [±80 µV/[email protected]]
±1 mV
±0.03% of range
Gain drift @ 5 VDC excitation
10 ppm/K of range ±0.02 µV/V/K
Excitation voltage
0.25, 0.5, 1, 2.5, 5V (default) and 10 VDC software programmable
Excitation accuracy
±0.05 % ±0.7 mV
Excitation drift
±10 ppm/K ±50 µV/K
Excitation current limit
50 mA/Channel
Excitation protection
Continuous short to ground
Sensor supply (+15 V)
Accuracy: -5% to +2%; Each output separately fused; max. current 50 mA/channel
Bridge types
4- or 6-wire full bridge
3- or 5-wire ½ bridge with internal completion
Bridge resistance
Automatic bridge balance
(software programmable)
120 Ohm to 10 k Ohm
1)
Absolute voltage
mV/V @ 5V EXC
µm/m @ 5 VEXC k=2 Quater bridge
±10 mV
±100 mV
±0.5 V
±5V
±2 mV/V
±20 mV/V
±100 mV/V
±1000 mV/V
±4000 µm/m
±40000 µm/m
±200,000 µm/m
±2,000,000 µm/m
2.5 mV to 20 mV
25 mV to 200 mV
250 mV to 1 V
2 V to 10 V
Bandwidth (-3dB)
30 kHz
Filters (lowpass)
In combination with MDAQ-FILT-xx
Typ. SNR @ 30 kHz [1 kHz]
64 dB [82 dB] @ 1 mV/V
and 5 VDC excitation
Typ. CMR @ 0.1 mV/V [1 mV/V]
and 5 VDC excitation
82 dB [96 dB] @ 50 mV/V
125 dB [120 dB] @ DC
115 dB [110 dB] @ 400 Hz
110 dB [105 dB] @ 1 kHz
Max. common mode voltage range
±12 V
Input overvoltage protection
±25 VDC
Output voltage
±5 V, ±10 V with MDAQ-BASE-10
Output resistance
< 10 Ohm
Output current
Max. 5 mA
Output protection
Continuous short to ground
TEDS
Hardware support for TEDS (Transducer Electronic Data Sheet)
Supported TEDS chips
DS2406, DS2430A, DS2432, DS2433
Power consumption for 16 channels
@ 5 VDC excitation
@ 10 VDC
Standard operating temperature
1)
350 Ohm @ 10 V Exc. typ. 15 W
120 Ohm @ 5 V typ. 15 W
350 Ohm max. @ 15 W max.
120 Ohm @ 15 W
0 °C to 70 °C
Signal Conditioning
1 Mohm
Input noise
Components
Input impedance
Software
@ 5 VDC excitation
Instruments
Specifications
Front-ends
TEDS support
Dedicated Instruments
AC/DC coupling (0.16 Hz high pass filter)
( 32 °F to 158 °F)
MDAQ-BASE-10A has the half offset adjustment range
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MDAQ Series Modules
MDAQ-SUB-V-200-xx
16 programmable ranges from ±0.125 V to ±200 V
Bandwidth 300 kHz
Programmable sensor supply 0 to 12 V
High signal to noise ratio
TEDS support
Specifications
MDAQ-SUB-V-200-xx
Input voltage range:
Divider Off ±0.125 V, 0.25 V, 0.5 V, 1 V, 1.25 V, 2.5 V, 5 V, 10 V (common mode voltage up to 12 V)
Divider On ±2.5 V, 5 V, 10 V, 20 V, 25 V, 50 V, 100 V, 200 V (common mode voltage up to 250 V)
Input impedance
DC accuracy
1 MOhm to GND, 2 MOhm differential
Divider Off
Without software correction table
±0.125 to ±1 V
±0.03% of reading
±400 µV
±0.15% of reading
400 µV
±1.25 V; ±2.5 V
±0.03% of reading
±1 mV
±0.15% of reading
±1 mV
±5; ±10V
±0.02% of reading
±0.03% of range
±0.15% of reading
±0.03% of range
±2.5 to ±20 V
Divider On ±0.06% of reading
±8 mV
±0.25% of reading
±8 mV
±25 V; ±50 V
±0.03% of reading
±20 mV
±0.25% of reading
±20 mV
±100; ±200 V
±0.02% of reading
±0.03% of range
±0.25% of reading
±0.03% of range
Gain drift
Typ. 15 ppm/K (max. 40 ppm/K)
Input offset drift
125 mV to 10 V
Divider Off Typ. 10 µV/K (max. 20 µV/K)
2.5 V to 200 V
Divider On Typ. 100 µV/K (max. 200 µV/K)
Overvoltage protection
Bandwidth ( -3 dB)
±250 VDC
Divider Off 300 kHz (200 kHz at range 0.125 V and 1.25 V)
Divider On 300 kHz (200 kHz at range 2.5 V and 25 V) (30 kHz with MDAQ-BASE-10)
Channel separation @ 10 kHz
CMRR @ 50 Hz (@ 1 kHz)
> 80 dB
Divider Off > 94 dB (> 80 dB)
Divider On > 70 dB (> 56 dB)
Typ. SNR @ 50 kHz BW
Divider Off
±0.125 V and ±0.25 V
> 87 dB
±0.5 V to ±10 V
±2.5 V and ±10 V
±10 V to ±25 V
> 88 dB
±25 V to ±200 V
> 93 dB
Programmable sensor supply (1)
0 to 12 V short circuit protected; 50 mA current limmitation
Sensor supply accuracy (1)
±0.05 % ±2 mV
Fixed sensor supply (1)
±15 V (50 mA)
Output voltage
±5 V (± 10 V with MDAQ-BASE-10)
Output impedance
5 Ohm
Output current
±20 mA
Programming interface
RS-485, RS-232, USB
Power supply
±15 V
Power consumption
Typ. 4.5 W / 10 W (1)
Sensor connection
BNC or DSUB (1) female
Output connector
68-pin Amplimite series (AMP Nr. 174339-6)
Supported TEDS chips (1)
DS2406, DS2430A, DS2432, DS2433
Dimensions (W x D x H)
BNC: 175 x 61 x 30 mm (6.9 x 2.4 x 1.2 in.) DSUB: 175 x 82 x 22 (6.9 x 3.2 x 0.9)
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Divider On > 84 dB
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Differential Amplifiers
MDAQ-SUB-ACC
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16 channel IEPE ® amplifier
Several voltage measurement modes
(AC/DC Coupling, single ended/differential)
Bandwidth up to 300 kHz
Channel separation 96 dB
±0.125 V, 0.25 V, 0.5 V, 1 V, 1.25 V, 2.5 V, 5 V, 10 V
Gain
0.5, 1, 2, 4, 5, 10, 20, 40
Input modes
Voltage modes
IEPE® or voltage
Single ended or differential
DC or AC coupled (3 Hz standard, on request down to 0.1 Hz)
Input impedance
1 MOhm
DC accuracy
without software correction table
±0.125 to ±1 V
±0.03% of reading
400 µV
±0.15% of reading
400 µV
±1.25 V; ±2.5 V
±0.03% of reading
±1 mV
±0.15% of reading
±1 mV
±5;10 V
±0.02% of reading
±0.03% of range
±0.15% of reading
±0.03% of range
Gain drift
typ. 10 ppm/K (max. 20 ppm/K)
Input offset drift
typ. 3 µV/K (max. 12 µV/K)
Over voltage protection
IN+ differential ±40 V
IN- differential: max ±40 V
IN- Single ended: max 300 mA
Max. common mode voltage
IN differential mode: ±12 V
Bandwidth ( -3 dB)
300 kHz (200 kHz at range 1.25 V and 0.125 V)
30 kHz with MDAQ-BASE-10
Channel separation @ 10 kHz
> 96 dB
CMR @ 50 Hz (@ 1 kHz)
> 94 dB (> 80 dB)
Typ. SNR @ 50 kHz bandwidth
Range ±0.125 V
Range ±0.25 V
Range ±0.5 V to ±1.25 V
Range ±2.5 V to ±10 V
> 87 dB
> 93 dB
> 96 dB
> 100 dB
Sensor excitation
4 or 8 mA, 5 % up to 24 VDC
Current noise
150 nA * sqrt (Hz)
Input connectors
BNC
Output voltage
±5 V, ±10 V with MDAQ-BASE-10
Output impedance
5 Ohm
Output current
±20 mA
Programming interface
RS-485, RS-232
Power supply
±15 VDC
Power consumption:
Typ. 10 W (max 12 W @ 8 mA sensor excitation)
Sensor connection:
BNC female
Output connector
68-pin Amplimite series (AMP Nr. 174339-6)
TEDS
DS 2406, DS 2430A, DS 2432, DS2433
Front-ends
Input voltage range
Signal Conditioning
MDAQ-SUB-ACC
Components
Specifications
Software
Ideally suited for sound and vibration measurement
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
TEDS support
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MDAQ Series Modules
MDAQ-SUB-ACC-A-BNC
16 channel IEPE ® amplifier
AC and DC coupled voltage measurement mode
2 programmable high-pass filters
Bandwidth up to 300 kHz
Channel separation 96 dB
TEDS support
Ideally suited for sound and vibration measurement
Specifications
MDAQ-SUB-ACC-A
Input voltage range
±0.125 V, 0.25 V, 0.5 V, 1 V, 1.25 V, 2.5 V, 5 V, 10 V
Gain
0.5, 1, 2, 4, 5, 10, 20, 40
Input modes
Voltage modes
ICP® or Voltage
Single ended
DC or AC coupled with two selectable high pass filter
(0.15 and 3.4 Hz as standard, others on request)
Input impedance
1 MOhm
DC accuracy
198
Without software correction table
1)
±0.125 V and ±0.25 V
±0.03% of reading
350 µV
±0.15% of reading
350 µV
±0.5 V to ±1.25 V
±0.03% of reading
±0.04% of range
±0.15% of reading
±0.04% of range
±2.5 V to ±10 V
±0.02% of reading
±0.03% of range
±0.15% of reading
±0.03% of range
Gain drift
Typ. 10 ppm/K (max. 20 ppm/K)
Input offset drift
Typ. 3 µV/K (max. 12 µV/K)
Over voltage protection
IN+ ±40 V
IN- Single ended: max 300 mA
Bandwidth (-3 dB)
300 kHz (200 kHz at range 1.25 V and 0.125 V)
30 kHz MDAQ-BASE-10
Channel separation @ 10 kHz
> 96 dB
CMR @ 50 Hz (@ 1 kHz)
> 94 dB (> 80 dB)
Typ. SNR @ 50 kHz bandwidth
Range ±0.125 V
Range ±0.25 V
Range ±0.5 V to ±1.25 V
Range ±2.5 V to ±10 V
> 87 dB
> 93 dB
> 96 dB
> 100 dB
Sensor excitation
4 or 8 mA, 5 % up to 24 VDC
Current noise
150 nA * sqrt (Hz)
Input connectors
BNC
Output voltage
±5 V, ±10 V MDAQ-BASE-10
Output impedance
5 Ohm
Output current
±20 mA
Programming interface
RS-485, RS-232
Power supply
15 VDC
Power consumption:
Typ. 10 W (max 12 W @ 8 mA sensor excitation)
Sensor connection:
BNC female
Output connector
68-pin Amplimite series (AMP Nr. 174339-6)
Dimensions (W x D x H)
175 x 61 x 30 mm (6.9 x 2.4 x 1.2 in.)
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Input connectors
Microdot No. 031-0059-0001
Sensor check (ICP® mode only)
Open
Valid
Short circuit
Uexc > 22 V: LED off
3 V < Uexc < 21 V: LED green
Uexc < 2 V: LED red
Calibration multiplexer
Mechanical relais (NAIS TXS2)
Control connector
10-pin AMP Micro Mate
Power supply
+5 V / +12 V
Power consumption
Typ. 2 W
Dedicated Instruments
MDAQ-SUB-ACC-x-MICRODOT
Instruments
Specifications
Front-ends
Input multiplexer for calibration signal
Signal Conditioning
LED sensor check indication
Components
Microdot sensor input connector
Software
Add-on for MDAQ-SUB-ACC and MDAQ-SUB-ACC-A
DEWE2
MDAQ-SUB-ACC-x-MD
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MDAQ Series Modules
MDAQ-FILT-5-Bx
MDAQ-FILT-5-BE: Bessel characteristics
MDAQ-FILT-5-BU: Butterworth characteristics
16 Channel 2nd order low pass filter
5 selectable filters including bypass function
5 different cut off frequencies
Discrete low noise filter design
Independent filter settings for each channel
Direct control from MDAQ-xx Amplifier series
Specifications
MDAQ-FILT-5-Bx
Filter range (-3 dB)
Standard
MDAQ-FILT-5-Bx
30 Hz, 100 Hz, 300 Hz, 1 kHz, 10 kHz, bypass
Ordering option MDAQ-FILT-5-BU-S1 100 Hz, 1 kHz, 10 kHz, 30 kHz, 100 kHz, bypass
other frequencies on request
200
Bypass bandwidth
> 700 kHz
Filter characteristics
2-Pole Bessel characteristic
2-Pole Butterworth characteristic
Attentuation slope
40 dB/decade (12 dB/octave)
Filter accuracy
±1.5 dB @ fc
DC gain
1 (0 dB)
Offset Error
Max. 1 mV (typ <0.2 mV)
Max. 0.01% of range with MDAQ-BASE-10
Max. 0.02% of range with MDAQ-BASE-5
Input voltage range
±10 VPP
Channel separation @ 50 kHz
> 96 dB
Input configuration
Single ended, designed for use with
MDAQ-V; MDAQ-BASE-5 and MDAQ-BASE-10
Output configuration
Single ended
SNR @ bandwidth
> 100 dB
Output impedance
5 Ohm
Output current
Max. ±20 mA
Output connector
68-pin Amplimite series (AMP Nr. 174339-6), SCSI II Type
Power supply
±7.5 V to ±15 V direct via MDAQ-BASE or -V
Power consumption
Typ. 3 W
Dimensions (W x D x H)
175 x 61 x 14 mm (6.9 x 2.4 x 0.9 in.)
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MDAQ-AAF4-5-Bx
Filter range (-3 dB)
standard
ordering option MDAQ-AAF4-5-BU-S1
ordering option MDAQ-AAF4-5-BU-S2
ordering option MDAQ-AAF4-5-BE-S1
100 Hz, 1 kHz, 10 kHz, 30 kHz, 100 kHz, bypass
163 Hz, 500 Hz, 2.5 kHz, 10 kHz, bypass, bypass
10 Hz, 100 Hz, 1 kHz, 10 kHz, 20 kHz, bypass
100 Hz, 1 kHz, 10 kHz, 20 kHz, 30 kHz, bypass
other frequencies on request
Bypass Bandwidth
> 700 kHz
Filter characteristics
Ordering option BE: 4-Pole Bessel characteristic
Ordering option BU: 4-Pole Butterworth characteristic
Attentuation slope
80 dB/decade (24 dB/octave)
Filter accuracy
±1.5 dB @ f0
DC gain
1 (0 dB)
Offset Error
Max. 1 mV (typ <0.2 mV)
max. 0.01% of range with MDAQ-BASE-10
max. 0.02% of range with MDAQ-BASE-5
Input voltage range 2)
±10 VPP
Channel separation @ 50 kHz
> 96 dB
Input configuration
Single ended; designed for use with
MDAQ-V; MDAQ-BASE-5 and MDAQ-BASE-10
Output configuration
Single ended
SNR @ full Bandwidth
> 100 dB
Output impedance
5 Ohm
Output current
Max. ±20 mA
Output connector
68-pin Amplimite series (AMP Nr. 174339-6), SCSI II Type
Power supply
±7.5 V to ±15 V direct via MDAQ-BASE or -V
Power consumption
Typ. 3 W
Dimensions (W x D x H)
175 x 61 x 25 mm (6.9 x 2.4 x 1 in.)
Dedicated Instruments
Specifications
Instruments
Discrete low noise filter design
Front-ends
5 different cut off frequencies
Signal Conditioning
5 selectable filters including bypass function
Components
16 Channel 4th order low pass filter
Software
MDAQ-AAF4-5-BE: Bessel characteristics
MDAQ-AAF4-5-BU: Butterworth characteristics
DEWE2
MDAQ-AAF4-5-Bx
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Modular Smart Interfaces
MSI Series
Modular Smart Interfaces (MSI) bring an expanded level
of flexibility to your DEWETRON measurement system.
MSIs expand the functionality of many amplifier modules
and enable you to use a bridge amplifier (e.g. DAQPSTG) for measuring also IEPE ®, Thermocouple, Pt100 to
Pt2000, charge or voltage up to 200 V.
All MSI’s are the size of a SUB-D-9 housing, which contains the electronics as well as the sensor connector.
Key Features
Expand functionality of bridge and voltage inputs
Automatically detected
Easy channel setup in the right engineering units
Versions for voltage, thermocouple, RTD, IEPE ®
and charge sensors
The miniature electronics of each MSI sensor also contain an EEPROM, in which the identification and calibration data of the MSI are stored. Both are read automatically by the DEWESoft software and entered accordingly
into the setup.
Software
As soon as the MSI is connected to a voltage or bridge amplifier module of DAQP or MDAQ series, DEWESoft software recognizes it and automatically modifies the amplifier setup - for example a voltage input is changed to IEPE®
input - so that user errors are avoided and the correct scaling can be directly applied.
Components
Modular Smart Interfaces
Signal Conditioning
Front-ends
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
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Automotive
Energy & Power Analysis
Aerospace & Defense
Tr a n s p o r t a t i o n
G e n e r a l Te s t & M e a s u r e m e n t
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Selection Guide
Selection Guide
MSI Series
Modular Smart Interfaces for HSI, DAQP and MDAQ modules
MSI-BR-ACC
MDAQ-SUB-STG-D
MDAQ-SUBBRIDGE-D
MDAQ-SUB-V-200-D
DAQP-STG-D
DAQP-LV-D
HSI-LV
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
-

-
-
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 712 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
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 712 series connector
Automatic adapter identification
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MSI-BR-ACC
Accelerometer amplifier for MDAQ-
BRIDGE /-STGx and DAQP-STG
Support of IEPE® sensors
AC coupled measurement
DEWE2
Modular Smart Interfaces
Automatically identification by TEDS (Transducer Electronic Datasheet)
Typical SNR @
30 kHz bandwidth
200 mV
80 dB
80 dB
80 dB
1000 mV
90 dB
95 dB
95 dB
High pass filter
MSI-BR-ACC
1.4 Hz; 3 Hz*; 10 Hz*
1.4 Hz; 3 Hz*; 10 Hz*
3.2 Hz; 10 Hz*
MSI-BR-ACC-S1
0.16 Hz; 3 Hz*; 10 Hz*
0.16 Hz; 3 Hz*; 10 Hz*
0.32 Hz; 3 Hz*; 10 Hz*
MSI-BR-ACC-S2
0.16 Hz; 3 Hz*; 10 Hz*
0.16 Hz; 3 Hz*; 10 Hz*
0.32 Hz; 3 Hz*; 10 Hz*
TEDS
For adapter identification and calibration data; IEPE® sensor TEDS is not supported.
Amplifier settings
Excitation: 10 V; Measurement: Voltage; Range: ±0.1 to ±10 V; automatically selected by software
*)
Software filter available in DEWESoft 7 only.
**)
might be reduced through A/D card accuracy or system bandwidth.
Front-ends
MDAQ-BRIDGE
not isolated
30 kHz
with MDAQ-FILT
10000 mV; 5000 mV;
2500 mV; 1250 mV
1000 mV; 500 mV
250 mV; 200 mV; 100 mV
Signal Conditioning
MSI-BR-ACC
BNC
IEPE®
4 mA ±10 % (MSI-BR-ACC-S2: 6 mA)
>23 V
AC
0.2 %**
50 ppm/ °C
12 mV
1 MΩ
±5 V (±1 %)
max. 380 mW
DAQP-STG
MDAQ-STG
350 VDC
not isolated
300 kHz
30 kHz
10 Hz to 300 kHz
with MDAQ-FILT
10000 mV; 5000 mV;
10000 mV; 5000 mV;
2000 mV; 1000 mV
2500 mV; 1250 mV
500 mV; 200 mV; 100 mV
1000 mV; 500 mV
250 mV; 200 mV; 100 mV
Components
Sensor connection
Supported sensors
Sensor excitation
Compliance voltage
Input coupling
Accuracy 30 Hz to 30 kHz
Gain drift
Max. input offset
Input impedance
Supply voltage
Power consumption
Host amplifier
Isolation
Bandwidth
Lowpass filter
Ranges
Software
Specifications
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
Sensor connection: BNC
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MSI-BR-V-200
Adapter for voltage measurement
(up to 200 V) with MDAQ-BRIDGE /-STGx and DAQP-STG
Programmable ranges from ±0.4 V to ±200 V
Differential input
Bandwidth: up to 200 kHz
High signal noise ratio
Automatically identification by TEDS (Transducer Electronic Datasheet)
Sensor connection: BNC
Specifications
Sensor connection:
Input attenation:
Input type:
Common mode voltage range:
Input overvoltage protection:
Input impedance In+:
Input impedance In-:
Gain drift:
Input Offset drift:
Host amplifier:
Isolation:
Bandwidth (-3dB):
Lowpass filter:
Ranges:
DC accuracy:
±5 V to ±40 V
±50 V to ±150 V
±150 V to ±200 V
Typical SNR @
30 kHz BW (1 kHz BW):
MSI-BR-V-200
BNC
50 ±0.5 %
differential
± 200 V
± 250 V
1 MΩ
1 MΩ
typ. 25 ppm/K (max. 40 ppm/K)
200 µV/K
DAQP-STG
350 VDC
200 kHz
10 Hz to 300 kHz
±200 V; ±100 V; ±50 V; ±40 V;
±20 V*; ±10 V*; ±8 V*; ±4 V*;
±2 V*; ±1 V*; ±0.8 V*; ±0.4 V*
MDAQ-BRIDGE /-STG
not isolated
30 kHz
with MDAQ-FILT
±200 V; ±80 V; ±40 V; ±20 V;
±10 V; ±4 V*; ±2 V*; 1 V*;
±0.4 V*
DEWE-43 / DEWE-101
not isolated
44 kHz
n.a.
±200 V; ±40 V; ±4 V
±0.5 % of reading ±20 mV
±0.07 % of reading ± 10mV
±0.04 % of reading ±0.04 % of range ±0.07 % of reading ±0.04 % of range
±1 % of reading ±0.04 % of range
±1 % of reading ±0.04 % of range
101 dB (106 dB) @ 200 V range
98 dB @ 200 V range
97 dB (106dB) @ 50 V range
98 dB @ 40 V range
90 dB (103dB) @10 V range
79 dB @ 4 V range
Typical CMR:
160 dB DC
100 dB @ 100 Hz
100 dB @ 100 Hz
110 dB @ 1 kHz
60 dB @ 10 kHz
70 dB @ 10 kHz
TEDS:
For adapter identification and calibration data.
Amplifier settings:
Excitation: 10 V; Measurement: Voltage; Range: ±0.1 to ±10 V; automatically selected by software
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For ranges below 10 V use DAQP-STG directly!
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±0.04 % of reading ±0.04 % of range
±1 % of reading ±0.04 % of range
82 dB (100 dB) @ 200 V range
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MSI-BR-RTD
RTD amplifier for temperature
measurement with MDAQ-BRIDGE /-STGx and DAQP-STG
Support of Pt100, Pt200, Pt500, Pt1000, Pt2000
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Sensor connection:
Supported sensors:
Temperature range:
Input offset:
Constant current:
Constant current accuracy:
Constant current drift:
Linearisation:
Connection types:
Host amplifier:
Isolation:
Bandwidth:
Lowpass filter:
Accuracy:
Resistance
Ranges:
2, 4, 6, 8, 16 Ω
20, 40, 60, 80, 160 Ω
200, 400, 800* Ω
1k6**, 2 k, 4 k, 6 kΩ*
Pt100 (DIN EN 60751)
Ranges:
-200 to 850 °C
-200 to 260 °C
-200 to 150 °C
Pt200 (DIN EN 60751)
Ranges:
-200 to 850 °C
-200 to 260 °C
Pt500 (DIN EN 60751)
Ranges:
-200 to 850 °C
-200 to 260 °C
-200 to 150 °C
Pt1000 (DIN EN 60751)
Ranges:
-200 to 850 °C
-200 to 260 °C
Pt2000 (DIN EN 60751)
Ranges:
-200 to 260 °C
Typical noise:
100 Hz bandwidth
Supply voltage:
Power consumption
TEDS:
MSI-BR-RTD
5-pin BINDER connector series 712
Resistance; Pt100; Pt200; Pt500; Pt1000; Pt2000;
-200 °C to 850 °C
50 µV
1.25 mA
±0.02 % from calibrated value
22 ppm/ °C
Through software according to sensor type
2-, 3- or 4-wire
DAQP-STG***
MDAQ-STG / -BRIDGE
350 VDC
not isolated
10 kHz
10 kHz
10 Filter: 10 Hz to 300 kHz
10 Hz,100 Hz, MDAQ-FILT
Accuracy:
±0.07 % of reading ±50 mΩ
±0.07 % of reading ±80 mΩ
±0.07 % of reading ±200 mΩ
±0.07 % of reading ±0.03% of range
±0.05 % of reading ±50 mΩ
±0.05 % of reading ±90 mΩ
±0.05 % of reading ±400 mΩ
±0.05 % of reading ±0.04 % of range
Accuracy:
±0.1 % of reading ±0.51 °C
±0.1 % of reading ±0.40 °C
n.a.
±0.1 % of reading ±1.05 °C
±0.1 % of reading ±1.05 °C
±0.07 % of reading ±0.35 °C
Accuracy:
±0.1 % of reading ±0.45 °C
±0.1 % of reading ±0.34 °C
±0.08 % of reading ±0.59 °C
±0.08 % of reading ±0.59 °C
Accuracy:
±0.1 % of reading ±0.41 °C
±0.1 % of reading ±0.29 °C
±0.1 % of reading ±0.24 °C
±0.08 % of reading ±0.56 °C
±0.07 % of reading ±0.31 °C
±0.07 % of reading ±0.31 °C
Accuracy:
±0.1 % of reading ±0.40 °C
±0.1 % of reading ±0.29 °C
±0.08 % of reading ±0.45 °C
±0.07 % of reading ±0.34 °C
Accuracy:
±0.1 % of reading ±0.29 °C
±0.07 % of reading ±0.29 °C
0.1 °C
0.03 °C
±5 V (±1 %)
max 30 mW
For adapter identification and calibration data
Excitation: 10 V; Measurement: Voltage; Range: ±0.2 to ±10 V; automatically selected by softAmplifier settings:
ware
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These ranges are not supported by DAQP-STG.
***)
DAQP-STG natevly supports RTD and resistance measurement; still MSI-BR-RTD could be used.
Instruments
Specifications
Front-ends
Sensor connection: 5-pin BINDER connector series 712
Signal Conditioning
Automatically identification by TEDS (Transducer Electronic Datasheet)
Components
2-, 3- or 4-wire sensor connection
Software
Temperature range from -200 to 850 °C
Dedicated Instruments
Resistor measurement from 8 to 6000 Ω
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MSI-BR-CH-x
Charge amplifier for MDAQ-BRIDGE /-STGx and DAQP-STG
Range from 200 pC to 50000 pC
Support of charge sensors
Automatically identification by TEDS (Transducer Electronic Datasheet)
Sensor connection: BNC
Specifications
Sensor connection:
Accuracy:
Gain drift:
Supply voltage:
Power consumption:
Host amplifier:
Isolation:
Bandwidth:
Lowpass filter:
MSI-BR-CH-50
Ranges:
Typical SNR @
30 kHz bandwidth:
1000 pC
50000 pC
Highpass filter:
Max. input DC offset
MSI-BR-CH-100
Ranges:
Typical SNR @ 100000 pC
Highpass filter:
Max. input DC offset
TEDS:
Amplifier settings:
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MSI-BR-CH-x
BNC
0.5 %
100 ppm/ °C
±5 V ( ±1 %)
max. 100 mW
DAQP-STG
350 VDC
0.08 Hz to 45 kHz
10 Hz to 300 kHz
MDAQ-STG / -BRIDGE
not isolated
0.08 Hz to 30 kHz
with MDAQ-FILT
50000 pC; 20000 pC; 10000 pC
5000 pC; 2500 pC; 1000 pC
500 pC; 250 pC
50000 pC; 25000 pC; 12500 pC
10000 pC; 5000 pC; 2500 pC
1000 pC; 500 pC; 250 pC; 200 pC
80 dB
90 dB
0.08 Hz; 1 Hz*; 10 Hz*
20 pC
89 dB
100 dB
0.08 Hz; 1 Hz*; 10 Hz*
100000 pC; 40000 pC; 20000 pC
100000 pC; 50000 pC; 25000 pC;
10000 pC; 5000 pC; 2000 pC
20000 pC; 10000 pC; 5000 pC
1000 pC; 500 pC
2000 pC; 1000 pC; 500 pC; 400 pC
90 dB
100 dB
0.08 Hz; 1 Hz*; 10 Hz*
0.08 Hz; 1 Hz*; 10 Hz*
40 pC
For adapter identification and calibration data
Excitation: 10 V; Measurement: Voltage; Range: ±0.2 to ±10 V; automatically selected by software
Software filter available in DEWESoft 7 only.
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MSI-BR-TH-x
Thermocouple amplifier for temperature measurement with MDAQ-BRIDGE /-STGx and DAQP-STG
Internal cold junction compensation
DEWE2
Modular Smart Interfaces
Typical peak to peak noise
with sensor type K:
30 kHz bandwidth
100 Hz bandwidth
1 Hz bandwidth
TEDS:
Amplifier settings:
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might be limited through A/D card
±3.0 °C @ 0 to 1000 °C
±4 °C @ 1000 to 1600 °C
±6.7 °C @ 1600 to 2300 °C
Specs apply to 4 ranges
Specs apply to 4
ranges
±2.5 °C @ -180 to 0 °C
±1.3 °C @ 0 to 180 °C
±4.0 °C @ -210 to -100 °C
±1.7 °C @ -100 to 0 °C
±1.6 °C @ 0 to 300 °C
±1.8 °C @ 300 to 1200 °C
Specs apply to 2
ranges
±2.0 °C @ 0 to 620 °C
±2.0 °C @ -120 to 0 °C
±1.4 °C @ 0 to 120 °C
±4.6 °C @ -200 to -100 °C
±2.4 °C @ -100 to 0 °C
±1.8 °C @ 0 to 500 °C
±2.1 °C @ 500 to 1000 °C
±2.5 °C @ >1000 °C
±7.0 °C @ -250 to -100 °C
±1.8 °C @ -100 to 0 °C
±1.3 °C @ 0 to 100 °C
±1.0 °C @ 100 to 400 °C
Specs apply
to 3 ranges
0 to 1240 °C*
0 to 1560 °C*
0 to 2300 °C
Specs apply
to 3 ranges
0 to 150 °C*
0 to 310 °C*
0 to 620 °C*
Specs apply
to 3 ranges
Specs apply to 2
ranges
Specs apply to 4
ranges
Specs apply to 4 ranges
±2.0 °C @ 0 to 620 °C
±3.0 °C @ 0 to 1000 °C
±4 °C @ 1000 to 1600 °C
±6.7 °C @ 1600 to 2300 °C
0.50 °C
0.50 °C
0.25 °C
0.25 °C
0.02 °C
0.02 °C
For adapter identification and calibration data
Excitation: 10 V; Measurement: Voltage; Range: ±2 to ±100 mV; automatically selected by software
Instruments
MSI-BR-TH-K for thermocouple type K (DIN EN 60584-1)
Input range:
Accuracy @ actual reading
±1.8 °C @ -120 to 0 °C
-120 to 120 °C*
±1.3 °C @ 0 to 120 °C
±4.6 °C @ -200 to -100 °C
-200 to 1370 °C
±2.4 °C @ -100 to 0 °C
-200 to 1290 °C*
±1.9 °C @ 0 to 500 °C
-200 to 640 °C*
±2.5 °C @ 500 to 1000 °C
-200 to 250 °C*
±3.0 °C @ >1000 °C
MSI-BR-TH-J for thermocouple type J (DIN EN 60584-1)
Input range:
Accuracy @ actual reading
±2.4 °C @ -180 to 0 °C
-180 to 180 °C
±1.3 °C @ 0 to 180 °C
±4.0 °C @ -210 to -100 °C
-210 to 1200 °C
±2.0 °C @ -100 to 0 °C
-210 to 900 °C*
-210 to 450 °C*
±1.6 °C @ 0 to 300 °C
-210 to 360 °C*
±2.0 °C @ 300 to 1200 °C
MSI-BR-TH-T for thermocouple type T (DIN EN 60584-1)
Input range:
Accuracy @ actual reading
±7.0 °C @ -250 to -100 °C
±1.8 °C @ -100 to 0 °C
-240 to 240 °C*
-270 to 400 °C
±1.3 °C @ 0 to 100 °C
±1.0 °C @ 100 to 400 °C
MSI-BR-TH-C for thermocouple type C (ASTM E988-96)
Input range:
Accuracy @ actual reading
Front-ends
MSI-BR-TH-x
1 m cable with standard miniature thermocouple connector according to TC type
MSI-BR-TH-K: Type K; MSI-BR-TH-J: Type J; MSI-BR-TH-T: Type T; MSI-BR-TH-C: Type C;
Integrated
1.0 °C
> 10 MΩ
50 nA
Yes
Through software according to sensor type
DAQP-STG
MDAQ-STG / -BRIDGE
350 VDC
not isolated
300 kHz**
30 kHz
10 Hz to 300 kHz
10 Hz,100 Hz or MDAQ-FILT
Specs apply
to 3 ranges
Sensor connection:
Thermocouple types:
Cold junction compensation:
CJC accuracy:
Input impedance:
BIAS current:
Open TC detection:
Linearization:
Host amplifier:
Isolation:
Bandwidth:
Lowpass filter:
Accuracy including CJC error:
Signal Conditioning
Specifications
Components
Sensor connection: 1 m cable with standard miniature thermocouple connector
according to TC type
Software
Automatically identification by TEDS (Transducer Electronic Datasheet)
Dedicated Instruments
Support of thermocouple type K, J, T, C (others on request)
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MSI-V-ACC
Accelerometer amplifier for
DAQP-LV and MDAQ-V-200
Support of IEPE® sensors
AC coupled measurement
Automatically identification by TEDS (Transducer Electronic Datasheet)
Sensor connection: BNC
Specifications
Sensor connection:
Supported sensors:
Sensor excitation:
Compliance voltage:
Input coupling:
Accuracy 30 Hz to 30 kHz:
Gain drift:
Max. input offset:
Input impedance:
Supply voltage:
Power consumption:
Host amplifier:
Isolation:
Bandwidth:
Lowpass filter:
Ranges:
MSI-V-ACC
BNC
IEPE®
4 mA ±10 %
>23 V
AC
0.2 %**
50 ppm/ °C
12 mV
1 MΩ
9 V to 15 V
max. 350 mW
DAQP-LV
not isolated
300 kHz
10 Hz to 300 kHz
10000 mV; 5000 mV; 2000 mV; 1000 mV;
500 mV; 200 mV; 100 mV
MDAQ-V-200
not isolated
30 kHz
with MDAQ-FILT
10000 mV; 5000 mV; 2500 mV; 1250 mV; 1000 mV
500 mV; 250 mV; 125 mV
Typical SNR @
30 kHz bandwidth:
200 mV
80 dB
83 dB
1000 mV
90 dB
93 dB
High pass filter:
MSI-V-ACC
1.4 Hz; 3 Hz*; 10 Hz*
1.4 Hz; 3 Hz*; 10 Hz*
MSI-BV-ACC-S1
0.16 Hz; 3 Hz*; 10 Hz*
0.16 Hz; 3 Hz*; 10 Hz*
TEDS:
For adapter identification and calibration data; IEPE® sensor TEDS is not supported.
Amplifier settings:
Excitation: 10 V; Measurement: Voltage; Range: ±0.1 to ±10 V; automatically selected by software
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Software filter available in DEWESoft 7 only.
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MSI-V-RTD
RTD amplifier for temperature measure-
ment with DAQP-LV and MDAQ-V-200
Support of Pt100, Pt200, Pt500, Pt1000, Pt2000
Resistor measurement from 8 Ω to 4 kΩ
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Modular Smart Interfaces
Resistance
Ranges:
8 to 80 Ω
100 to 200 Ω
400 to 800 Ω
1000 to 4000 Ω
Pt100
Ranges:
-200 to 850 °C
-200 to 260 °C
-200 to 150 °C
Pt200
Ranges:
-200 to 850 °C
-200 to 260 °C
Pt500
Ranges:
-200 to 850 °C
-200 to 260 °C
-200 to 150 °C
Pt1000
Ranges:
-200 to 850 °C
-200 to 260 °C
Pt2000
Ranges:
-200 to 260°C
Typical noise:
100 Hz bandwidth
Supply voltage:
Power consumption
TEDS:
Amplifier settings:
MSI-V-RTD
5-pin BINDER connector series 712
Resistance; Pt100; Pt200; Pt500; Pt1000; Pt2000;
-200 °C to 850 °C
50 µV
1.25 mA
±0.02 % from calibrated value
22 ppm/ °C
Through software according to sensor type
2-, 3- or 4-wire
DAQP-LV
not isolated
10 kHz
10 Filter: 10 Hz to 300 kHz
[±x.xx % of reading ±Ω]
Accuracy:
±0.04 % of reading ±90 mΩ
±0.04 % of reading ±130 mΩ
±0.04 % of reading ±500 mΩ
±0.04 % of reading ±0.07 % of range
DIN EN 60751
Accuracy:
±0.08 % of reading ±0.74 °C
n.a.
±0.06 % of reading ±0.43 °C
DIN EN 60751
Accuracy:
±0.07 % of reading ±0.68 °C
±0.06 % of reading ±0.42 °C
DIN EN 60751
Accuracy:
±0.07 % of reading ±0.64 °C
n.a.
±0.06 % of reading ±0.23 °C
DIN EN 60751
Accuracy:
±0.07 % of reading ±0.63 °C
±0.06 % of reading ±0.24 °C
DIN EN 60751
Accuracy:
±0.06 % of reading ±0.36 °C
MDAQ-V-200
not isolated
10 kHz
10 Hz,100 Hz
n.a.
±0.05 % of reading ±360 mΩ
±0.05 % of reading ±360 mΩ
±0.05 % of reading ±0.05 % of range
±0.1 % of reading ±1.05 °C
±0.1 % of reading ±1.05 °C
n.a.
±0.08 % of reading ±0.59 °C
±0.08 % of reading ±0.59 °C
±0.08 % of reading ±0.56 °C
±0.07 % of reading ±0.31 °C
n.a.
±0.08 % of reading ±0.45 °C
±0.07 % of reading ±0.34 °C
±0.07 % of reading ±0.29 °C
0.1 °C
0.03 °C
±9 V (±5 %)
±15 V (±5 %)
max. 30 mW
max. 500 mW
For adapter identification and calibration data
Excitation: 10 V; Measurement: Voltage; Range: ±0.2 to ±10 V; automatically selected by software
Instruments
Sensor connection:
Supported sensors:
Temperature range:
Input offset:
Constant current:
Constant current accuracy:
Constant current drift:
Linearisation:
Connection types:
Host amplifier:
Isolation:
Bandwidth:
Lowpass filter:
Accuracy:
Front-ends
Specifications
Signal Conditioning
Sensor connection: 5-pin BINDER connector series 712
Components
Automatically identification by TEDS (Transducer Electronic Datasheet)
Software
2-, 3- or 4-wire sensor connection
Dedicated Instruments
Temperature range from -200 to 850 °C
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EPAD2/CPAD2 Modules
Key Features
Extremely rugged
24 bit A/D converter per channel
Channel to channel isolation
Channel to system isolation
precision measurement of slow signals in rough
environments, e.g. in an engine bay of a vehicle
Flexible connectivity, CAN, USB, RS232, RS485
distributed monitoring of slow signals in
industrial plants
High channel count by daisy-chaining
high quality logging of environmental conditions
quasi-static channel expansion of dynamic DEWETRON instruments
EPAD2 and CPAD2 series modules can be daisy-chained to achieve a high channel count even over very long distances. Data output of CPAD2 series is available on CAN bus while EPAD2 series has a RS485 interface.
For EPAD2 series there is an interface module – EPAD-BASE2 –available which converts the RS485 data to USB,
RS232 or CAN.
Components
Flexible mounting
Software
The EPAD2 and CPAD2 series are multichannel
modules and combine analog signal conditioning and A/D converter in an extremely rugged box.
All have one 24 bit A/D converter per channel,
synchronized sampling, channel to channel and channel to system isolation. The sampling rate is 12 samples
per second and the target applications are
Signal Conditioning
EPAD2/CPAD2 Modules
Front-ends
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
CAN and RS-485 Modules
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Automotive
Energy & Power Analysis
Aerospace & Defense
Tr a n s p o r t a t i o n
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Mounting examples
The EPAD2 and CPAD2 series modules are
extremely rugged and offer a wide range of
mounting options.
DIN rail
By ordering option XPAD-DIN-RAIL an adapter to
snap EPAD2 and CPAD2 modules onto a DIN rail
is included. A typical application for this is using
EPAD2/CPAD2 inside 19” cabinets.
Cable strap
All modules have four trenches to provide maximum flexibility, most popular is fixing the modules by means of cable straps. A typical application for this is installing modules inside an engine
bay of a vehicle.
Bolt down
All modules offer two holes which allow bolting
them down onto wooden or metal sheets. This
kind of fixing modules is mainly used for quick
instrumentation of single tests.
Note: No screws are provided with the modules,
2x 4.2 mm wood or sheet metal screws are
required.
Stack
A unique mechanism to stack any number of
modules is provided. Simply put one module
on top of the other, take an adequate Allen key,
press down the integrated screw and fasten it.
Do the same for the 2nd screw and the two modules are locked. Making a stack is useful if more
than eight channels need to be measured in a
portable configuration.
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Selection Guide
EPAD2/CPAD2 modules
High channel count by daisy-chaining
Module
Input type
8 thermocouple connectors
Type J: xPAD2-TH8-P-J
Type K: xPAD2-TH8-P-K
Type T: xPAD2-TH8-P-T
Input ranges
Type J: -210 to 1200 °C
Type K: -270 to 1372 °C
Type T: -270 to 400 °C
Isolation
350 VDC (channel to
channel and channel to
BUS, power and
chassis)
Special
Overvoltage
protection:
15 VDC
EPAD2/CPAD2-V8
8 isolated voltage input
channels
Physical input range: ±50 V
Software selectable: ±100
mV, ±500 mV, ±1 V, ±2.5 V,
±5 V, ±10 V
350 VDC (channel to
channel and channel to
BUS, power and
chassis)
Overvoltage
protection:
350 VDC
EPAD2/CPAD2-RTD8
8 isolated Resistance Temperature Detector channels
Resistor: 0 to 999.99 Ω
RTD: PT100(385), PT200
(385), PT500(385), PT1000
(385), PT2000(385), PT100
(3961)
350 VDC (channel to
channel and channel to
BUS, power and
chassis)
EPAD2/CPAD2-TH8-P
8 isolated voltage inputs
Supported breakout boxes:
PAD-CB8-x-P2
PAD-CB8-x-M
PAD-CB8-RTD
±1.5 V
EPAD2/CPAD2-LA8
8 isolated current input
0 to 20 mA, ±20 mA, ±30 mA
EPAD2/CPAD2-TH8-x
350 VDC (channel to
channel and channel to
BUS, power and
chassis)
350 VDC (channel to
channel and channel to
BUS, power and
chassis)
Overvoltage
protection:
15 VDC
Overvoltage
protection:
15 VDC
Overcurrent
protection:
70 mA cont.
Options & accessories
xPAD-CBL-LL-x:
Connecting cable with
LEMO FGG.1B.304
connector on both sides
CPAD-CBL-LD9-x:
Adapter cable to connect
CPAD modules to CAN
interface
CPAD-CBL-LD9-x-POW:
Adapter cable to connect CPAD modules to
CAN interface, additional
2 banana plugs for power
supply
EPAD-ADAP-BL:
Binder 712-series to LEMO
1B.304 converter
xPAD-TERM-L
Termination connector for
the last module in a chain
Instruments
Flexible mounting
Front-ends
Flexible connectivity, CAN, USB, RS232, RS485
Signal Conditioning
Channel to system isolation
Components
Channel to channel isolation
Software
24 bit A/D converter per channel
Dedicated Instruments
DEWE2
Extremely rugged
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EPAD2/CPAD2-TH8-x
Intelligent amplifier with integrated A/D conversion
8 input channels for thermocouples
Available thermocouple types:
xPAD2-TH8-x: K, J, T standard type
xPAD2-TH8-UNIVERSAL: Universal type
CPAD2-TH8-x: CAN interface
EPAD2-TH8-x: RS485 interface (optional USB, RS232, CAN via EPAD-BASE2 interface)
Specifications
Input channels
Input signals
xPAD2-TH8-x
xPAD2-TH8-UNIVERSAL
Sampling rate
Bandwidth (-3 dB)
ADC type
Input connector
Resolution
Input impedance
Bias current
Open thermocouple detection
Accuracy*
Standard models xPAD2-TH8-K /-J / -T
Type K (-270 to 1372 °C):
Type J (-210 to 1200 °C):
Type T (-270 to 400 °C):
Special models on request xPAD-TH8-x
Type R, S (-50 to 1760 °C):
Type N (-270 to 1300 °C):
Type E (-270 to 1000 °C):
Type C (0 to 2300 °C):
Type U (-200 to 600 °C):
Type B (0 to 1820 °C):
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Thermocouple type K, J, T (others on request)
Thermocouple type K, J, T, R, S, N, E, C, U, B
max. 12.5 S/sec per channel
6 Hz
24 Bit Delta Sigma Converter
mini Thermocouple connector
0.01 °C for all types
typically 1.4 MΩ
typically 10 nA
module indicates fullscale if input is open
±1.0 °C @ -200 to -25 °C ±0.4 °C @ -25 to 1000 °C
±1.0 °C @ -210 to -100 °C ±0.3 °C @ -100 to 760 °C
±1.0 °C @ -250 to -150 °C ±0.4 °C @ -150 to 400 °C
±1.6 °C @ -50 to 0 °C
±1.2 °C @ -200 to -100 °C
±1.0 °C @ -200 to -50 °C
±0.6 °C @ 0 to 800 °C
±1.0 °C @ -200 to -50 °C
±20 °C @ 0 to 400 °C
±0.5 °C @ 1000 to 1372 °C
±0.4 °C @ 760 to 1200 °C
±1.0 °C @ 0 to 100 °C
±0.4 °C @ 100 to 1760 °C
±0.5 °C @ -100 to 1300 °C
±0.4 °C @ -50 to 1000 °C
±0.8 °C @ -800 to 1500 °C ±1.5 °C @ 1500 to 2300 °C
±0.4 °C @ -50 to 200 °C
±0.3 °C @ 200 to 600 °C
±0.6 °C @ 400 to 1000 °C ±0.5 °C @ 1000 to 1800 °C
+1.0 °C when using xPAD2-TH8-UNIVERSAL.
Temperature drift
Isolation voltage
Overvoltage protection
CMRR (50/60 Hz)
EPAD2-TH8
Interface
Communication speed
Standard settings
Readout speed
CPAD2-TH8
Interface
Specification
Communication speed
Data Format
Identifier Types
Standard settings
Readout speed
Bus/Power Connector
Power Supply Voltage
Power consumption
Dimensions
Base module (W x D x H)
Mounting holes distance:
Weight
216
xPAD2-TH8-x
8 isolated Thermocouple Channels
typically 20 ppm/°C
350 VDC (channel to channel and channel to Bus, Power and Chassis)
15 VDC
130 dB
RS-485
9600 bps (2400 to 115200 programmable)
9600 bps, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity, module address 00 hex
depending on baudrate and number of channels (typ. 80 ch/sec. @ 9600bps)
highspeed CAN
CAN 2.0B
50 kBaud to 1000 kBaud
16 Bit Intel or Motorola
standard; extended
500 kBaud; Intel Format
12.5Hz, 10Hz, 5Hz, 2Hz, 1Hz, 0.5Hz, 0.2Hz or 0.1Hz programmable
LEMO EGG.1B.304
7 to 40V
max 0.5 W
129 x 72 x 34.2 mm (5.1 x 2.8 x 1.3 in.) incl. mounting holes
119 x 7 mm (4.7 x 0.3 in.), 4.2 mm (0.165 in.) diameter
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Specifications
Input channels
Input ranges
Resolution
DC accuracy
Temperature drift
Linearity
Input impedance
Input connector
Sampling rate
Bandwidth (-3 dB)
ADC Type
Isolation voltage
Overvoltage protection
Common mode voltage
CMRR (50/60 Hz)
EPAD2-V8
Interface
Communication speed
Standard settings
Readout speed
CPAD2-V8
Interface
Specification
Communication speed
Data format
Identifier types
Standard settings
Readout speed
Bus/Power connector
Power supply voltage
Power consumption
Dimensions
Base module (W x D x H)
Mounting holes distance
Weight
xPAD2-V8
8 isolated voltage input channels
Physical input range: ±50 V
Software selectable: ±100 mV, ±500 mV, ±1 V, ±2.5 V, ±5 V, ±10 V
10 µV for all ranges
±0.02 % of reading ±900 µV
typically 25 ppm/°C
0.001 %
1 MΩ
SUB-D 25
max. 12.5 S/sec per channel
6 Hz
24 bit Delta Sigma Converter
350 VDC (channel to channel and channel to Bus, Power and Chassis)
350 VDC
350 VDC / 250 VAC @ 50 Hz
110 dB (140 dB @ DC)
RS-485
9600 bps (2400 to 115200 programmable)
9600 bps, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity, module address 00 hex
depending on baudrate and number of channels (typ. 80 ch/sec. @ 9600 bps)
highspeed CAN
CAN 2.0B
50 kBaud to 1000 kBaud
16 Bit Intel or Motorola
standard; extended
500 kBaud; Intel Format
12.5 Hz, 10 Hz, 5 Hz, 2 Hz, 1 Hz, 0.5 Hz, 0.2 Hz or 0.1 Hz programmable
LEMO EGG.1B.304
7 to 40V
max. 0.5 W
129 x 72 x 34.2 mm (5.1 x 2.8 x 1.3 in.) incl. mounting holes
119 x 7 mm (4.7 x 0.3 in.), 4.2 mm (0.165 in.) diameter
typically 310 g
Dedicated Instruments
RS485 interface (optional USB, RS232,
CAN via EPAD-BASE2 interface)
Instruments
EPAD2-V8:
Front-ends
CPAD2-V8: CAN interface
Signal Conditioning
RS-485 or CAN interface
Components
8 isolated voltage input channels
Software
Intelligent amplifier with integrated 24-bit A/D conversion
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EPAD2/CPAD2
EPAD2/CPAD2-RTD8
Intelligent amplifier with integrated 24-bit A/D conversion
8 isolated Resistance Temperature Detector channels
RS-485 or CAN interface
CPAD2-RTD8:
CAN interface
EPAD2-RTD8:
RS485 interface (optional USB, RS232,
CAN via EPAD-BASE2 interface)
Specifications
Input channels
Input ranges
Accuracy
xPAD2-RTD8
8 isolated Resistance Temperature Detector channels
Resistor: 0 to 999.99Ohm
RTD: PT100(385); PT200(385); PT500(385); PT1000(385); PT2000(385); PT100(3961)
Pt100 a = 0.00385
Pt100 a = 0.003916
Pt200 a = 0.00385
±0.25 °C @ -200 to 100 °C
±0.25 °C @ -200 to 100 °C
±0.25 °C @ -200 to 100 °C
±0.4 °C @ 100 to 400 °C
±0.4 °C @ 100 to 400 °C
±0.4 °C @ 100 to 400 °C
±0.8 °C @ 400 to 800 °C
±0.8 °C @ 400 to 800 °C
±0.5 °C @ 400 to 630 °C
Pt500 a = 0.00385
±0.25 °C @ -200 to 100 °C
±0.4 °C @ 100 to 250 °C
Sampling rate
Bandwidth (-3 dB)
ADC type
Input connector
Connection type
Noise
Resolution
Constant current
Input impedance
Bias current
Sensor fault detection
Temperature drift
Isolation voltage
Overvoltage protection
CMRR (50/60 Hz)
EPAD2-RTD8
Interface
Communication speed
Standard settings
Readout speed
CPAD2-RTD8
Interface
Specification
Communication speed
Data format
Identifier types
Standard settings
Readout speed
Bus/Power Connector
Power Supply Voltage
Power consumption
Dimensions
Base module (W x D x H)
Mounting holes distance
Weight
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Pt1000 a = 0.00385
±0.25 °C @ -200 to 100 °C
±0.4 °C @ 100 to 400 °C
±0.8 °C @ 400 to 600 °C
Pt2000 a = 0.00385
±0.25 °C @ -200 to 100 °C
±0.4 °C @ 100 to 200 °C
max. 12.5 S/sec per channel
6 Hz
24 bit Delta Sigma Converter
ERA.1S.304
2-wire, 4wire
typically 0.02 °C
0.01 °C for all types
400 µA
typically >100 MΩ
typically 10 nA
module indicates fullscale if input is open
typically 15 ppm/°C
350 VDC (channel to channel and channel to Bus, Power and Chassis)
15 VDC
130 dB
RS-485
9600 bps (2400 to 115200 programmable)
9600 bps, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity, module address 00 hex
depending on baudrate and number of channels (typ. 80 ch/sec. @ 9600 bps)
highspeed CAN
CAN 2.0B
50 kBaud to 1000 kBaud
16 bit Intel or Motorola
standard; extended
500 kBaud; Intel Format
12.5 Hz, 10 Hz, 5 Hz, 2 Hz, 1 Hz, 0.5 Hz, 0.2 Hz or 0.1 Hz programmable
LEMO EGG.1B.304
7 to 40 V
typically 0.5 W
129 x 72 x 34.2 mm (5.1 x 2.8 x 1.3 in.) incl. mounting holes
119 x 7 mm (4.7 x 0.3 in.), 4.2 mm (0.165 in.) diameter
typical 420 g
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EPAD2/CPAD2 Modules
Intelligent amplifier with integrated 24-bit A/D conversion
8 galvanically isolated input channels
Automatic sensor block detection
Signal connection via 25-pin SUB-D connector
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EPAD2-TH8-P
Interface
Communication speed
Standard settings
Readout speed
CPAD2-TH8-P
Interface
Specification
Communication speed
Data Format
Identifier Types
Standard settings
Readout speed
Bus/Power connector
Power supply voltage
Power consumption
Dimensions
Base module (W x D x H)
Mounting holes distance
Weight
xPAD2-TH8-P
8 isolated voltage inputs
±1.5 V
max. 12.5 S/sec per channel
0.05 % of reading ±15 µV
6 Hz
24 Bit Delta Sigma Converter
SUB-D 25
1 µV
typically 1.4 MΩ
typically 10 nA
typically 20 ppm/°C
350 VDC (channel to channel and channel to bus, power and chassis)
15 VDC
130 dB
PAD-CB8-x-P2
standard thermocouple breakout box
PAD-CB8-x-M
small size thermocouple breakout box
PAD-CB8-RTD
RTD breakout box
RS-485
9600 bps (2400 to 115200 programmable)
9600 bps, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity, module address 00 hex
depending on baudrate and number of channels (typ. 80 ch/sec. @ 9600 bps)
highspeed CAN
CAN 2.0B
50 kBaud to 1000 kBaud
16 Bit Intel or Motorola
standard; extended
500 kBaud; Intel Format
12.5 Hz, 10 Hz, 5 Hz, 2 Hz, 1 Hz, 0.5 Hz, 0.2 Hz or 0.1 Hz programmable
LEMO EGG.1B.304
7 to 40 V
max. 0.5 W
129 x 72 x 34.2 mm (5.1 x 2.8 x 1.3 in.) incl. mounting holes
119 x 7 mm (4.7 x 0.3 in.), 4.2 mm (0.165 in.) diameter
typical 310 g
Instruments
Input channels
Input range
Sampling rate
Accuracy
Bandwidth (-3 dB)
ADC type
Input connector
Resolution
Input impedance
Bias current
Temperature drift
Isolation voltage
Overvoltage protection
CMRR (50/60 Hz)
Supported breakout boxes
Front-ends
Analog input specifications
Signal Conditioning
RS485 interface (optional USB, RS232, CAN via EPAD-BASE2 interface)
Components
CAN interface
EPAD2-TH8-P:
Software
CPAD2-TH8-P: Dedicated Instruments
RS-485 or CAN interface
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EPAD2/CPAD2
EPAD2/CPAD2-LA8
Intelligent amplifier for 4 to 20 mA sensors
8 galvanically isolated current inputs
RS-485 or CAN interface
CPAD2-LA8: CAN interface
EPAD2-LA8: RS485 interface (optional USB, RS232,
CAN via EPAD-BASE2 interface)
Analog input specifications
Input channels
Input range
Accuracy
Sampling rate
Bandwidth (-3 dB)
ADC type
Input connector
Resolution
Input impedance
Temperature drift
Isolation voltage
Overcurrent protection
CMRR (50/60 Hz)
EPAD2-TH8-P
Interface
Communication speed
Standard settings
Readout speed
CPAD2-TH8-P
Interface
Specification
Communication speed
Data format
Identifier types
Standard settings
Readout speed
Bus/Power connector
Power supply voltage
Power consumption
Dimensions
Base module (W x D x H)
Mounting holes distance
Weight
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xPAD2-LA8
8 isolated current inputs
0 to 20 mA, ±20 mA; ±30 mA
0.03 % of reading ±0.3 µA
max. 12.5 S/sec per channel
6 Hz
24 bit Delta Sigma Converter
LEMO EGB.1B.304
0.3 µA
50 Ω 0.1 %
typically 20 ppm/°C
350 VDC (channel to channel and channel to bus, power and chassis)
70 mA continuous
130 dB
RS-485
9600 bps (2400 to 115200 programmable)
9600 bps, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity, module address 00 hex
depending on baudrate and number of channels (typ. 80 ch/sec. @ 9600 bps)
highspeed CAN
CAN 2.0B
50 kBaud to 1000 kBaud
16 bit Intel or Motorola
standard; extended
500 kBaud; Intel Format
12.5 Hz, 10 Hz, 5 Hz, 2 Hz, 1 Hz, 0.5 Hz, 0.2 Hz or 0.1 Hz programmable
LEMO EGG.1B.304
7 to 40 V
max. 0.5 W
129 x 72 x 34.2 mm (5.1 x 2.8 x 1.3 in.) incl. mounting holes
119 x 7 mm (4.7 x 0.3 in.), 4.2 mm (0.165 in.) diameter
typical 360 g
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EPAD2/CPAD2 Modules
CAN bus length:
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
1 Mbit/s: 30 m
800 kbit/s: 50 m
500 kbit/s: 100 m
250 kbit/s: 250 m
125 kbit/s: 500 m
50 kbit/s: 1000 m
XPAD-TERM-L
up to 1000 m
Front-ends
CPAD-CBL-LD9-x-POW
XPAD-TERM-L
CPAD-CBL-LD9-x-POW
to CAN interface
CPAD-CBL-LL-x
DC
7 to 40 VDC
DC
CPAD-CBL-LL-x
7 to 40 VDC
Signal Conditioning
Components
CPAD-CBL-LL-x
Software
CPAD-CBL-LD9-x
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EPAD2/CPAD2
Configuration examples with EPAD2 modules
optional EPAD-ADAP-D15L
to 15-pin EPAD interface
EPAD-CBL-LL-x
EPAD-CBL-LL-x
XPAD-TERM-L
up to 1000 m
XPAD-TERM-L
EPAD-CBL-LD9-x-POW
EPAD-CBL-LL-x
DC
USB
EPAD-CBL-LL-x
EPAD-BASE2
DC
EPAD-CBL-LL-x
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7 to 40 VDC
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Components
Signal Conditioning
Front-ends
Instruments
ComponentS
Dedicated Instruments
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Energy & Power Analysis
Aerospace & Defense
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A/D Boards
Selection Guide................................................ 231
ORION Series................................................... 232
M2I Series........................................................ 257
AD Series......................................................... 258
Components
Sensors
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DEWE-CAM-FW-70.. ........................................... 259
DEWE-CAM-GIGE-120....................................... 260
Infrared Camera Data Acquisition.. .................... 261
High-speed Video ............................................ 265
DEWE-VGPS-HSC.............................................. 267
DEWE-VGPS-HS................................................ 268
Encoder.. .......................................................... 269
Tape Sensor.. .................................................... 270
Tacho Probe..................................................... 271
DEWE-Crankangle-CPU..................................... 272
High Precision Current Transducers.. ................ 273
Industrial PCs
DEWE-2608.. ..................................................... 279
DEWE-5008 . .................................................... 281
DEWE-808.. ....................................................... 283
DEWE-818 . ...................................................... 283
Accessories & Equipment
Accessories.. .................................................... 285
Mobile Displays................................................ 287
DEWE-CLOCK................................................... 289
Interface Cards................................................. 291
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Components
Furthermore there are a lot of external or internal options, e.g. CAN and RS-485 modules, interface cards, sensors,
sync-interfaces, displays, computers, etc. which are described here.
CPAD2 and EPAD2 modules are very rugged external signal conditioners for slow signals and can be added to
any DEWETRON data acquisition instrument or be used with any measurement system or control accepting CAN or
RS-485 inputs.
Popular standard sensors like current transducers are included as well as some special types like GPS based speed
and displacement sensors, Video “sensors” or a very rugged encoder.
Distributed systems can be synchronized using DEWE-CLOCK.
The DEWETRON portable or rack-mount computers are used as controllers when the data acquisition part and the
computer shall be splitted. But there are also many people who use our computers simply as a rugged reliable platform to integrate their own hardware.
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Components
TRION or DEWE-ORION series cards, DAQP or MDAQ series signal conditioning and DEWESoft software are the
core elements of each DEWETRON measurement system. On the following pages you can find detailed information
about these components.
Software
Components
Signal Conditioning
Front-ends
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
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Energy & Power Analysis
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A/D Boards
DEWE-ORION A/D boards define a new Standard in Data
Acquisition!
Simultaneous sampling of all analog input channels is
guaranteed by using a separate A/D converter for each
channel. But more than this all digital I/Os, counters,
encoders and the onboard CAN interfaces are acquired
synchronized, too.
To reach multi-channel instruments several cards can be
installed within a single unit. All cards are synchronized
via the internal sync-bus to ensure absolute simultaneous
sampling of all channels.
Key Features
Simultaneous sampling
Separate A/D converter channel
35 different models
Synchronized analog, digital, counter and
CAN inputs
Clock output for synchronizing external
devices, e.g. video cameras
Sync option for synchronizing multiple
systems or synchronize to IRIG or GPS
For high channel count or distributed systems multiple
instruments can be synchronized using the ORION-SYNC
option. Depending on distance and local preconditions there are several choices how to use this option.
The easiest way is to simply daisy-chain all instruments by sync-cables. Standard CAT6 cables with RJ45 connectors can be used for short distances. The maximum length depends on the sampling rate and the A/D technology
and ranges between 30 m to 200 m.
For large distances which do not allow physical connection of the instruments a DEWETRON sync-interface using
GPS or IRIG time is connected to the ORION-SYNC input.
The ingenious driver design enables total continuous gap-free disk storing rates of more than 100 MB/s.
Of course each DEWE-ORION card always comes with a calibration certificate.
There is no compromise in quality.
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A/D Boards
Software
DEWE-ORION
Signal Conditioning
Front-ends
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
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A/D Knowledge
A/D Knowledge
Analog to Digital Conversion Technologies
Delta-Sigma Converter
This technique is used in the DEWE-ORION-0424, DEWE-ORION-0824, DEWE-ORION-1624 and DEWE-ORION-1622
/-3222 series boards. The 24 bit converters offer highest dynamic range (up to 120 dB).
Whenever you choose a sampling rate, the used internal sampling rate is 512 times higher. Using this oversampling
technique full anti aliasing protection is guaranteed. These boards can not be external clocked, but synchronized
from board to board and also synchronized to GPS or to IRIG time using DEWE-CLOCK.
Flash Converter
This technique is used in the DEWE-ORION-1616, DEWE-ORION-0816, MI and AD series boards.
Flash converters offer fastest sampling rate (up to 1 MS/s @ 16 bit) as well as the possibility for external clocking.
This is required for external clocked applications like distance related A/D conversion, combustion analysis as well
as order tracking applications (using hardware order tracking clocked by an encoder).
Simultaneous, Synchronized and Multiplexed Acquisitions
Multiplexed Acquisition
This was the common technology in the past. The advantage: you need only one A/D converter, which makes the
board cheaper. The multiplexer in front of the A/D converter scans the signal from channel to channel. This is also
the big disadvantage: the signal needs some settling time which results in a delay between sampling of each channel. An A/D converter with 100 kS/s could sample every 10 µs. Imagine you have to acquire just 10 channels. This
will lead to a time delay between channel 1 and 10 of 90 µs. This old technology is not used on any DEWE-ORION
series board.
Simultaneous Acquisition
In multichannel applications it is always the best way to sample all input channels simultaneously (at the same
time). This avoids errors related to time delays between sampling of each channel. In former days this was done via
sample and hold functions - which caused worse signal quality. For best signal quality DEWETRON uses an own A/D
converter for each channel on all DEWE-ORION boards.
Synchronized Acquisition
Synchronized acquisition means that you acquire signals from different sources. They can have the same or different
speeds. But at any time you know the time relation between these sources. As an example, two A/D boards each
with 200 kS/s per channel can be synchronized, maybe together with one video camera (100 frames per second),
CAN-bus data (50 values/second) and EPAD modules (5 values/second). Wherever you look into the acquired data,
you are able to show the exactly related information of all sources - even after hours of measurement!
Accuracy, Precision and Resolution
Accuracy is the degree of veracity while precision is the degree of reproducibility. The resolution defines the smallest step between two values. It's very important to know the difference to get good measurement results.
The accuracy is very important for measurement of absolute values. Let's take a weight measurement as an example.
When you put several parts on the scale, you want to know their weight as accurate as possible (e.g. you want to
know the weight as accurate as 0.5 kg).
The precision is important for repetitive and comparison measurements. When you put the same part on the scale
- maybe after some days or weeks - you want to see the same result. Or how much it changed in this time. In this
cases the precision has to be higher than the accuracy (as an example 0.1 kg).
The resolution is normally not important to be known, but has to be much better than precision and accuracy. The
resolution in the digital world represents the smallest value which can be measured. In our example above it makes
no sense to have a resolution of 1 kg, because then you couldn't measure smaller values than 1 kg. It has to be at
least 0.05 kg or smaller to be efficient.
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Counters of DEWE-ORION Boards
ADC-clock
Counter input
DEWETRON distinguishes between two different stages of extension (all of them are fully phase synchronized)
ORION standard counters
ORION advanced counters
In which way are they different?
All counter inputs provide felxible signal routing enabling easy signal connection and the usage of the same input
pin for all counter input functions and for digital inputs. Some pins even can be used for digital output.
In addition to the basic counter functions like simple event counting, up/down counting and gated event counting
also period time, pulse width, two pulse edge separation, frequency and duty cycle measurements are supported.
Of course all encoder, tacho and geartooth sensors can be used.
Measuring the duty cycle of an input signal needs the information of the period time and the pulse width for the
calculation. Thus two counter inputs are needed. Also for precise frequency measurement of a signal synchronized to analog samples two counters are required.
Using “standard counters” these advanced applications can be done but two counter inputs are needed for e.g.
one precise synchronized frequency measurement. Only one input is physically connected, the second one is
“connected” by the internal signal routing.
Every “advanced counter”consists of two counters in truth, a main counter and an invisible “sub counter”. This
architecture enables you performing even the advanced measurements like duty cycle with a single counter input.
Advanced counter
Counter 0
Start / stop trigger
Selected source input
Main Counter 0
ARMED
Start / stop trigger
SOURCE
OUT
Selected gate input
Selected aux input
Counter Value
GATE
AUX (UP / DOWN)
Selected source input
ARMED
SOURCE
OUT
Selected gate input
Selected aux input
Main Counter Value
GATE
AUX (UP / DOWN)
Sub Counter 0 (hidden)
Selected source input
SOURCE
OUT
Sub Counter Value
Example in practice, torsional vibration:
We only need two encoders but using an ORION-1616-100 card which has two “standard” counters is not possible
Signal DC coupled
as two counter inputs are required per encoder for the calculation of
50 results like torsion angle. Note: The application still can be done with ORION-1616 series boards but at least four counters are needed, e.g. ORION-1616-102.
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In comparison using an ORION-1624-200 card which has two “advanced
counters” (incl. two hidden sub-counters) is sufficient for this application.
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Besides the different functional range we further distinguish between
different input signal ranges
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TTL input (TTL)
Differential adjustable input (ADJ)
The difference between these is the electrical input circuit.
The differential adjustable counter inputs offer an input voltage range from -35 to 60 V (protected up to 100 V peak ) with
AC/DC coupling and there are programmable trigger and
re-trigger levels from 0 to 40 V (with 40 mV resolution) to
support any signal waveform.
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Signal Conditioning
Standard counter
Components
Instruments
SuperCounter™
Front-ends
ORION-counter
Software interpolation
Dedicated Instruments
Ideal counting
Signal AC coupled
TrigLevel
RetrigLevel 0
-10
0
1
2
...
1
Logic
...
Software
DEWETRON has advanced the state-of-the-art in
counter / encoder input and all DEWE-ORION
series boards are equipped with synchronous
32-bit counters. The key advancement is that all
counters are phase synchronized.
Refering to the diagram, you can see that a
standard counter is always a sample behind.
With software interpolation you can get closer,
but only DEWETRONs advanced technology are
both fully phase and amplitude corrected.
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0
1
2
...
Time [ms]
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Counters of DEWE-ORION Boards
Counter Options of DEWE-ORION Boards with 2 Counters (-xx0 & -xx1 cards)
Without any option the two counters and 8 digital I/Os of the first
DEWE-ORION board in a system
are wired to a D-Sub-37 socket on
DEWETRON instruments. The two
counters can be switched to eight
digital inputs per software. The figure on the right side shows the pin
out of the D-Sub-37 socket labeled
“Bx_Digital I/O”.
Digital
Input
Counter
Input
Bx_DI 8
Bx_DO 0
Bx_DI 9
Bx_DO 1
Bx_DI 10
Bx_DO 2
Bx_DI 11
Bx_DO 3
Bx_DI 12
Bx_DO 4
Bx_DI 13
Bx_DO 5
Bx_DI 14
Counter Digital
Input
Input
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Bx_DO 6
Bx_DI 15
Bx_DO 7
-
EXT_CLK
-
RS-485A
-
EXT_Trigger
Bx_DI 0
Source Bx_CNT0
Bx_DI 1
Gate Bx_CNT0
-
EXT_CLK2
Bx-DI 2
Aux Bx_CNT0
Bx_DI 3
Source Bx_CNT1
-
EXT_CLK1
-
+5 DV
-
+5 DV
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
DGND
-
DGND
-
DGND
-
DGND
-
DGND
-
DGND
-
DGND
-
DGND
-
DGND
-
RS-485B
-
DGND
-
Gate Bx_CNT1
Bx_DI 4
Aux Bx_CNT1.
Bx_DI 5
-
Bx_DI 6
-
Bx_DI 7
RES.*
-
DGND
-
DGND
-
ORION-CNT2-LEMO
As an option (ORION-CNT2LEMO) the two counters can
be wired to female 7-pin
LEMO sockets in parallel for
direct connection of encoders or any other counter
channel sources.
Bx_Digital I/O
ORION-BASE-DI-ISO
Some applications require isolated digital lines. This can be achieved with the option
ORION-BASE-DI-ISO which isolates all digital inputs from the ORION board but also
between each other.
When this option is installed the eight digital I/Os only can be used as inputs!
Digital
Input
Counter
Input
Bx_DI 0
Source Bx_CNT0
Bx_DI 1
Gate_Bx_CNT0
Bx_DI 2
Aux Bx_CNT0
Bx_DI 3
Source Bx_CNT1
Bx_DI 4
Gate_Bx_CNT1
Bx_DI 5
Aux Bx_CNT1
Bx_DI 6
-
Bx_DI 7
-
Bx_DI 8
-
Bx_DI 9
-
Bx_DI 10
-
Bx_DI 11
-
Bx_DI 12
-
Bx_DI 13
-
Bx_DI 14
-
Bx_DI 15
-
-
-
-
+5 V
-
+12 V*
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
Bx_CNT0
Bx_CNT1
In- (DI 0)
In- (DI 1)
In- (DI 2)
In- (DI 3)
In- (DI 4)
In- (DI 5)
In- (DI 6)
In- (DI 7)
In- (DI 8)
In- (DI 9)
In- (DI 10)
In- (DI 11)
In- (DI 12)
In- (DI 13)
In- (DI 14)
In- (DI 15)
DGND
Bx_Digital I/O
Galvanically isolated
Additional Counter Options of DEWE-ORION Boards with 10 Counters
(-xx2, -xx3, -xx4 and -xx5 cards)
Digital
Input
To reach a total of ten counters these cards include an expansion for another
eight counters. Without any option these extra counters are available on a
D-Sub-68 jack.
For instruments which are too small for adding extra
connectors, e.g. DEWE-211, there is an external
connection box ORION-CB-CNT8 available.
Counter
Input
GND
GND
RS-485A
RS-485B
GND
Aux_Ex_CNT0
GND
GND
GND
Ex_DI 1
Ex_DI 2
GND
Ex_DI 5
Ex_DI 6
GND
GND
Ex_DI 10 Gate Ex_CNT7
Ex_DI 11 Source Ex_CNT7
Ex_DI 12
Ex_DI 13
Aux Ex_CNT6
GND
GND
Ex_DI 17
Aux Ex_CNT5
Ex_DI 18 Gate Ex_CNT5
GND
Ex_DI 21
Aux Ex_CNT4
Ex_DI 22 Gate Ex_CNT4
GND
Ex_DI 25
Aux Ex_CNT3
Ex_DI 26 Gate Ex_CNT3
GND
Ex_DI 29
Aux Ex_CNT2
Ex_DI 30 Gate Ex_CNT2
GND
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
Counter
Input
Digital
Input
+5 V
Source Ex_CNT0
Gate Ex_CNT0
Reserved
Ex_Out 0
Aux Ex_CNT1
Source Ex_CNT1
Gate Ex_CNT1
Ex_Out 1
GND
GND
Aux Ex_CNT7
GND
GND
GND
Gate Ex_CNT6
Source Ex_CNT6
GND
Source Ex_CNT5
GND
Source Ex_CNT4
GND
Source Ex_CNT3
GND
Source Ex_CNT2
Ex_DI 0
Ex_DI 3
Ex_DI 4
Ex_DI 7
Ex_DI 8
Ex_DI 9
Ex_DI 14
Ex_DI 15
Ex_DI 16
Ex_DI 19
Ex_DI 20
Ex_DI 23
Ex_DI 24
Ex_DI 27
Ex_DI 28
Ex_DI 31
Counter Expansion
Most instruments accept one of the following options to enable direct sensor connection.
ORION-DIO-PANEL-2
Ex_CNT3
Ex_CNT4
Ex_CNT5
Ex_CNT6
Ex_CNT7
This panel should be used if mainly counter/encoder signals will be
measured. All eight counters are
wired to 7-pin Lemo connectors and
Digital inputs 0 .. 15 are connected
to a D-Sub-37 socket.
230
ORION-DIO-PANEL-3
Ex_CNT0
Ex_CNT1
All 32 digital inputs are wired to
two D-Sub-37 sockets. CNT 0 and
CNT 1 are connected to 7-pin Lemo
sockets. Therefore this panel is suitable if multiple digital TTL inputs are
requested.
Ex_CNT0
Ex_DI 16 .. DI 31
Galvanically isolated
Ex_CNT2
Ex_DI 0 .. DI 15
Galvanically isolated
Ex_CNT1
Ex_DI 16 .. DI 31
Ex_CNT0
Ex_DI 0 .. DI 15
Ex_DI 0 .. DI 15
ORION-DIO-PANEL-1
Ex_CNT1
This option is similar to PANEL-2
except the digital inputs are galvanically isolated. The two counter
inputs are not isolated.
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DEWE-ORION Series
DEWE2
Simultaneous sampling
Separate A/D converter channel
35 different models
Synchronized analog, digital, counter and
CAN inputs
Input ranges
Resolu
tion
Max. sampling rate /
channel
Type of ADC
Digital input channels
Digital I/O
Counter /
Encoder
CAN
DEWE-ORION-0424-200
4
Voltage: ±0.1 V, ±0.5 V, ±2 V, ±10 V
IEPE®: 4 mA / 8 mA excitation
24 bit
204.8 kS/s
delta-sigma
with antialising
filter
-
-
1
(advanced)
-
DEWE-ORION-0824-20x series
8
Voltage: ±0.1 V, ±0.5 V, ±2 V, ±10 V
IEPE®: 4 mA / 8 mA excitation
24 bit
204.8 kS/s
delta-sigma
with antialising
filter
up to 40
8
up to 10
(advanced)
up to 2
DEWE-ORION-0816-100x series
8
Voltage: ±1.25 V, ±2.5 V, ±5 V, ±10 V
16 bit
1 MS/s
successive
approximation
(SAR)
up to 40
8
up to 10
up to 2
DEWE-ORION-1624-20x series
16
Voltage: ±10 V
24 bit
204.8 kS/s
delta-sigma
with antialising
filter
up to 40
8
up to 10
(advanced)
up to 2
DEWE-ORION-1622-10x series
16
Voltage: ±10 V
22 bit
102.4 kS/s
delta-sigma
with antialising
filter
up to 40
8
up to 10
(advanced)
up to 2
DEWE-ORION-1616-10x series
16
Voltage: ±1.25 V, ±2.5 V, ±5 V, ±10 V
16 bit
100 kS/s
successive
approximation
(SAR)
up to 40
8
up to 10
up to 2
DEWE-ORION-1616-100x series
16
Voltage: ±1.25 V, ±2.5 V, ±5 V, ±10 V
16 bit
1 MS/s
successive
approximation
(SAR)
up to 40
8
up to 10
up to 2
DEWE-ORION-3222-10x series
32
Voltage: ±10 V
22 bit
102.4 kS/s
delta-sigma
with antialising
filter
up to 24
8
up to 2
(advanced)
up to 2
DEWE-ORION-3216-10x series
32
Voltage: ±1.25 V, ±2.5 V, ±5 V, ±10 V
16 bit
100 kS/s
successive
approximation
(SAR)
up to 24
8
up to 2
up to 2
Options and Accessories
DEWE-ORION-xxxx
with additional digital
inputs
DEWE-CAN-CAB2 option
Connects the built in Lemo
conn. with your D-Subs
ORION-CAN-PANEL
9-pin D-Sub connectors for
CAN channel 0 and 1
ORION-xxxx-SYNC option
Synchronization with PC
based instruments
Built-in digital I/O and
counter/encoder
connectors (option)
Front-ends
Analog
input
channels
Signal Conditioning
Model overview
Components
Selection Guide
Software
Sync option for synchronizing multiple
systems or synchronize to IRIG or GPS
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
Clock output for synchronizing external
devices, e.g. video cameras
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ORION Series
DEWE-ORION-0424-200
DEWE-ORION-0424-200
4 simultaneous sampled channels, BNC connection
Voltage or IEPE ® mode (4 mA or 8 mA source)
4 input ranges (from ±0.1 V to ±10 V)
Input coupling DC or AC (0.15 Hz or 3.4 Hz)
204.8 kS/s per channel
24 bit resolution, anti-aliasing filter
TEDS (IEEE 1451) sensor support
Model Overview
Analog
input
channels
Model
DEWE-ORION-0424-200
Max. sampling Digital input
Digital I/O
rate / channel channels
4
204.8 kS/s
-
Ext. Clock Ext. Trigger
-
-
Counter
Encoder
TTL
Counter
Encoder
ADJ
CAN
-
1
-
1
Analog Input Specifications
Analog input
Channel characteristics
Number of channels
4, simultaneously sampled
Input configuration
Symmetric, differential or single ended
Resolution
24 bit, nominal
Type of ADC
Delta-sigma
Sampling rate
204.8 kS/s per channel
Data throughput
1.6 MS/s
Oversampling, for sample rate (fs)
Frequency accuracy
±25 ppm
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
256 fs
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
128 fs
102.4 kS/s < fs ≤ 204.8 kS/s
64 fs
Input signal range
±10 V, ±2 V, ±0.5 V, ±0.1 V peak
FIFO buffer size
4096 samples
Data transfers
DMA
Transfer characteristics
DC accuracy
Range
% of reading
% of range
±10 V
±0.05 %
± 0.01 %
±2 V
±0.05 %
± 0.012 %
±0.5 V
±0.05 %
± 0.02 %
±0.1 V
±0.05 %
± 0.06 %
Gain drift
±15 ppm/K
Amplifier characteristics
Input impedance (ground referenced)
Positive input to negative input
1 MΩ each with 60 pF to GND
Positive input to GND
7.8 MΩ in parallel with 60 pF
Negative input to GND
10 MΩ in parallel with 60 pF
Overvoltage protection
Positive input
±30 V
Negative input
±30 V
Common mode rejection (CMR)
232
Range
±10 V
fin < 1 kHz
> 60 dB, typ. > 74 dB, typ.
±2 V
±0.5V
±0.1 V
> 86 dB, typ.
> 100 dB, typ.
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DEWE-ORION-0424-200
-0.035 dB to +0.01 dB, DC to 0.475 fs
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
-0.035 dB to +0.01 dB, DC to 0.45 fs
102.4 kS/s < fs ≤ 204.8 kS/s
-0.035 dB to +0.01 dB, DC to 0.246 fs
-3 dB Bandwidth digital filter
Range
±10 V
±2 V
±0.5V
±0.1 V
-1 dB Bandwidth
225 kHz
225 kHz
200 kHz
80 kHz
-3 dB Bandwidth
360 kHz
360 kHz
320 kHz
150 kHz
Maximum working voltage
Channel-to-ground, channel-to-channel
10 V, installation category I
Max. working voltage refers to the signal voltage plus common-mode voltage.
Dynamic Characteristics
Instruments
Dynamic characteristics
Alias-free bandwidth (passband)
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
DC (0 Hz) to 0.42 fs
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
DC (0 Hz) to 0.32 fs
102.4 kS/s < fs ≤ 200 kS/s
DC (0 Hz) to 0.22 fs
Alias rejection
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
-95 dB
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
-92 dB
102.4 kS/s < fs ≤ 200 kS/s
-97 dB
Signal to noise
Range
±10 V
±2 V
±0.5 V
±0.1 V
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
108 dB
107 dB
104 dB
93 dB
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
105 dB
104 dB
101 dB
90 dB
102.4 kS/s < fs ≤ 200 kS/s
78 dB
78 dB
78 dB
78 dB
Spurious free dynamic range
Range
±10 V
±2 V
±0.5 V
±0.1 V
1kS to 51.2 kS/s
140 dB
140 dB
138 dB
125 dB
51.2kS to 102.4 kS/s
137 dB
133 dB
132 dB
122 dB
102.4kS to 200 kS/s
103 dB*
103 dB*
103 dB**
103 dB***
Range
±10 V
±2 V
±0.5 V
±0.1 V
0 dBFS input
< -92 dB
< -96 dB
< -96 dB
< -88 dB
-20 dBFS input
< -100 dB
< - 97 dB
< - 88 dB
< - 78 dB
-60 dBFS input
< -60 dB
< -60 dB
< -60 dB
< -55 dB
THD (1kS/s <= fs <= 102.4 kS/s)
Crosstalk (channel separation)
fin 0 to 10 kHz
120 dB
fin 10 to 50 kHz
105 dB
Typical Interchannel gain mismatch
±0.002 dB
Typical filter delay through ADC
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
12 / fs
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
9 / fs
102.4 kS/s < fs ≤ 200 kS/s
5 / fs
Inter channel phase mismatch
* 133 dB below 0.22*fs
** 132 dB below 0.22*fs
*** 119 dB below 0.22*fs
0.02° * fin (kHz) + 0.08°
Front-ends
0.38 fs
Analog bandwidth
Signal Conditioning
0.49 fs
102.4 kS/s < fs ≤ 204.8 kS/s
Components
0.494 fs
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
Software
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
Dedicated Instruments
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
DEWE2
Flatness digital filter
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DEWE-ORION-0424-200
Power Requirements
ORION Type
I12V [mA]
I5V [mA]
I3.3V [mA]
Ptot. [Watt]
150
680
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7.8
ORION-0424-200
Counter Input
Counter input
Counter resolution
Counter time base
Time base accuracy
Maximum input frequency
Input signal characteristic
Adjustable Counter
Compatibility
Configuration
Input coupling
Input impedance (ground referenced)
Bandwith (-3 dB)
Trigger adjustment range
Trigger resolution
Trigger level accuracy
Common voltage range
Common mode rejection ratio
Overvoltage protection
Max. DC level @AC coupling
Input signal characteristic Trigger
Compatibility
Configuration
Input low level
Input high level
Input low current
Input high current
Input capacitance
Overvoltage protection
32-bit
80 MHz
25 ppm
40 MHz
Adjustable trigger levels
Symmetric differential
DC / AC (1 Hz)
1 MOhm / 5 pF
5 MHz
0 to 40 V
40 mV
±100 mV ±1 % of trigger level
-35 to 50V
>40 dB
±100 V continuous
±50 V continuous
TTL Schmitt trigger
Pull-up with 100 kOhm
-0.7 V to 2 V
3 V to 5 V
< -50 µA
< 10 µA
< 5 pF
-1 to 6 V
General Specifications
General Specifications
Environmental
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
0 to 50 °C
-20 to 70 °C
Relative humidity
10 to 90 %, non condensing
Maximum altitude
2000 m
Pollution degree (indoor use only)
2
Physical
Dimensions (not including connectors)
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17.5 x 10.7 cm (6.9 x 4.2 in.)
Analog input connector
BNC
Counter input connector
D-Sub 9-pin male
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DEWE-ORION-0824-20x
DEWE-ORION-0824-20X
DEWE2
8 simultaneous sampled channels
Voltage or IEPE ® mode (4 mA or 8 mA source)
204.8 kS/s per channel
24 bit resolution
2 synchronous CAN interfaces
Model Overview
Analog input Max. sampling Digital input
Digital I/O
channels
rate / channel channels
Model
Ext. Clock
Counter
Ext. Trigger Encoder
TTL
Counter
Encoder
ADJ
CAN
DEWE-ORION-0824-200
8
204.8 kS/s
2 (8*)
8
-
1
-
2
-
DEWE-ORION-0824-201
8
204.8 kS/s
2 (8*)
8
-
1
-
2
2
DEWE-ORION-0824-202
8
204.8 kS/s
10 (40*)
8
-
1
8
2
-
DEWE-ORION-0824-203
8
204.8 kS/s
10 (40*)
8
-
1
8
2
2
DEWE-ORION-0824-204
8
204.8 kS/s
10 (40*)
8
-
1
-
2+8
-
DEWE-ORION-0824-205
8
204.8 kS/s
10 (40*)
8
-
1
-
2+8
2
* Without using counter inputs
Analog Input Specifications
Analog input
Channel characteristics
Number of channels
8, simultaneously sampled
Input configuration
Symmetric, differential or single ended
Resolution
24 bit, nominal
Type of ADC
Delta-sigma
Sampling rate
204.8 kS/s per channel
Data throughput
1.6 MS/s
Oversampling, for sample rate (fs)
Frequency accuracy
±25 ppm
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
256 fs
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
128 fs
102.4 kS/s < fs ≤ 204.8 kS/s
64 fs
Input signal range
±10 V, ±2 V, ±0.5 V, ±0.1 V peak
FIFO buffer size
4096 samples
Data transfers
DMA
Instruments
32 bit synchronous counter/encoder
Front-ends
8 digital I/Os, e.g. alarm output
Signal Conditioning
Synchronous digital inputs
Dedicated Instruments
4 input ranges (from ±1.25 V to ±10 V)
Range
% of reading
% of range
±10 V
±0.05 %
± 0.01 %
±2 V
±0.05 %
± 0.012 %
±0.5 V
±0.05 %
± 0.02 %
±0.1 V
±0.05 %
± 0.06 %
Gain drift
±15 ppm/K
Amplifier characteristics
Input impedance (ground referenced)
Positive input to negative input
1 MΩ each with 60 pF to GND
Positive input to GND
7.8 MΩ in parallel with 60 pF
Negative input to GND
10 MΩ in parallel with 60 pF
Overvoltage protection
Positive input
±30 V
Negative input
±30 V
Software
DC accuracy
Components
Transfer characteristics
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Common mode rejection (CMR)
Range
±10 V
fin < 1 kHz
> 60 dB, typ. > 74 dB, typ.
±2 V
±0.5V
> 86 dB, typ.
±0.1 V
> 100 dB, typ.
Flatness digital filter
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
-0.035 dB to +0.01 dB, DC to 0.475 fs
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
-0.035 dB to +0.01 dB, DC to 0.45 fs
102.4 kS/s < fs ≤ 204.8 kS/s
-0.035 dB to +0.01 dB, DC to 0.246 fs
-3 dB bandwidth digital filter
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
0.494 fs
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
0.49 fs
102.4 kS/s < fs ≤ 204.8 kS/s
0.38 fs
Analog bandwidth
Range
±10 V
±2 V
±0.5V
±0.1 V
-1 dB Bandwidth
225 kHz
225 kHz
200 kHz
80 kHz
-3 dB Bandwidth
360 kHz
360 kHz
320 kHz
150 kHz
Maximum working voltage
Channel-to-ground, channel-to-channel
10 V, installation category I
Max. working voltage refers to the signal voltage plus common-mode voltage.
Dynamic Characteristics
Dynamic characteristics
Alias-free bandwidth (passband)
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
DC (0 Hz) to 0.42 fs
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
DC (0 Hz) to 0.32 fs
102.4 kS/s < fs ≤ 200 kS/s
DC (0 Hz) to 0.22 fs
Alias rejection
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
-95 dB
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
-92 dB
102.4 kS/s < fs ≤ 200 kS/s
-97 dB
Signal to noise
Range
±10 V
±2 V
±0.5 V
±0.1 V
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
108 dB
107 dB
104 dB
93 dB
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
105 dB
104 dB
101 dB
90 dB
102.4 kS/s < fs ≤ 200 kS/s
78 dB
78 dB
78 dB
78 dB
Spurious free dynamic range
Range
±10 V
±2 V
±0.5 V
±0.1 V
1kS to 51.2 kS/s
140 dB
140 dB
138 dB
125 dB
51.2kS to 102.4 kS/s
137 dB
133 dB
132 dB
122 dB
102.4kS to 200 kS/s
103 dB*
103 dB*
103 dB**
103 dB***
Range
±10 V
±2 V
±0.5 V
±0.1 V
0 dBFS input
< -92 dB
< -96 dB
< -96 dB
< -88 dB
-20 dBFS input
< -100 dB
< - 97 dB
< - 88 dB
< - 78 dB
-60 dBFS input
< -60 dB
< -60 dB
< -60 dB
< -55 dB
THD (1kS/s <= fs <= 102.4 kS/s)
Crosstalk (channel separation)
fin 0 to 10 kHz
120 dB
fin 10 to 50 kHz
105 dB
Typical Interchannel gain mismatch
±0.002 dB
Typical filter delay through ADC
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
12 / fs
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
9 / fs
102.4 kS/s < fs ≤ 200 kS/s
5 / fs
Inter channel phase mismatch
*
133 dB below 0.22*f s
**
132 dB below 0.22*f s
0.02° * fin (kHz) + 0.08°
*** 119 dB below 0.22*f s
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Digital and Counter input
Counter resolution
32 bit
Counter time base
80 MHz
Time base accuracy
25 ppm
Maximum input frequency
40 MHz
DEWE2
Digital and Counter Input
< -50 µA
Input high current
< 10 µA
Input capacitance
< 5 pF
Overvoltage protection (DI 0 to DI 7)
±25 V continuous
Overvoltage protection (DI 8 to DI 15)
-1 to 6 V
Input signal characteristic CLK and Trigger
Compatibility
TTL Schmitt trigger
Configuration
Pull-up with 100 kOhm
Input low level
-0.7 V to 2 V
Input high level
3 V to 5 V
Input low current
< -50 µA
Input high current
< 10 µA
Input capacitance
< 5 pF
Overvoltage protection
-1 to 6 V
Input signal characteristic expansion board with TTL input (used on ORION-0824-202 and -203)
Compatibility
TTL/CMOS
Configuration
Pull-up with 100 kOhm
Input low level
-0.7 V to 0.8 V
Input high level
2 V to 5 V
Input low current
< -50 µA
Input high current
< 10 µA
Input capacitance
< 5 pF
Overvoltage protection
±25 V continuous
Input signal characteristic expansion board with adjustable input (used on ORION-0824-204 and -205)
Compatibility
Adjustable trigger levels
Configuration
Symmetric differential
Input coupling
DC / AC (1 Hz)
Input impedance (ground referenced)
1 MOhm / 5 pF
Bandwith (-3dB)
5 MHz
Trigger adjustment range
0 to 40 V
Trigger resolution
40 mV
Trigger level accuracy
±100 mV ±1% of trigger level
Common voltage range
-35 to 50V
Common mode rejection ratio
>40 dB
Overvoltage protection
±100 V continuous
Max. DC level @AC coupling
±50 V continuous
Input signal characteristic with isolated inputs (optional external cards)
Compatibility
CMOS
Configuration
Isolated input
Input low level
UIN < 1.8 V
Input high level
UIN > 3.2 V
Input high current @ 5 V UIN
< 3.5 mA
Input high current @ 30 V UIN
< 7 mA
Propagation delay
< 160 nsec
Bandwidth
3 MHz
Overvoltage protection
35 V continuous (65 V peak)
Isolation voltage (channel to channel)
100 V
Isolation voltage (input to output)
250 V
Instruments
2 V to 5 V
Input low current
Front-ends
-0.7 V to 0.8 V
Input high level
Signal Conditioning
Pull-up with 100 kOhm
Input low level
Components
TTL/CMOS
Configuration
Software
Compatibility
Dedicated Instruments
Input signal characteristic main board
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Digital and Clock Divider Output
Digital and clock divider out
Compatibility
TTL/CMOS
Characteristic
Low voltage level
< 0.4 V @ 4 mA load
High voltage level
> 3 V @ 4 mA load
Output current
Sink (low level)
-20 mA
Source (high level)
20 mA
Output impedance
50 Ohm
CAN Interface
CAN interface
Specification
CAN 2.0B
Physical layer
High speed
Listen only mode
Supported
Galvanic isolation
Not isolated
Bus pin fault protection
±36 V
ESD protection
12 kV (HBM)
CAN tranceiver
SNHVD235
PCI data transfere mode
DMA with SW pooling
Power Requirements
I12V [mA]
I5V [mA]
I3.3V [mA]
ORION-0824-200
ORION Type
225
1010
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Ptot. [Watt]
7.8
ORION-0824-201
225
1080
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8.1
ORION-0824-202
225
1130
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8.4
ORION-0824-203
225
1200
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8.7
ORION-0824-204
225
1330
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9.4
ORION-0824-205
225
1400
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9.7
General Specifications
General Specifications
Environmental
Operating temperature
0 to 50 °C
Storage temperature
-20 to 70 °C
Relative humidity
10 to 90%, non condensing
Maximum altitude
2000 m
Pollution degree (indoor use only)
2
Physical
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Dimensions (not including connectors)
17.5 x 10.7 cm (6.9 x 4.2 in.)
Analog input connector (main board)
68-pin SCSI male (AMP 174341-5)
Counter input connector (expansion)
68-pin SCSI male (Honda PCS-68LMD)
CAN input connector
SUBD
Lemo
2 x D-Sub 9-pin male
7-pin Lemo connector female (Type: EPG.0B.307.HLN)
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DEWE-ORION-0816-100x
DEWE-ORION-0816-100X
DEWE2
8 simultaneous sampled channels
1 MS/s per channel
16 bit resolution
4 input ranges (from ±1.25 V to ±10 V)
32 bit synchronous counter/encoder
2 synchronous CAN interfaces
Model Overview
Digital I/O
Ext. Clock
Ext. Trigger
Counter
Encoder
CAN
DEWE-ORION-0816-1000
8
1000 kHz
2 (8)*
8
1
1
2
-
DEWE-ORION-0816-1001
8
1000 kHz
2 (8)*
8
1
1
2
2
DEWE-ORION-0816-1002
8
1000 kHz
10 (40)*
8
1
1
10
-
DEWE-ORION-0816-1003
8
1000 kHz
10 (40)*
8
1
1
10
2
DEWE-ORION-0816-1004
8
1000 kHz
10 (40)
8
1
1
10
-
DEWE-ORION-0816-1005
8
1000 kHz
10 (40)
8
1
1
10
2
* Without using counter inputs
Analog Input Specifications
Analog input
8 simultaneously sampled
Input configuration
single ended with remote sense
Resolution
16 bit
Effectiv number of bits
14.3
Type of ADC
Successive approximation (SAR)
Sampling rate
1 S/sec to 1 MS/sec per channel
Sampling rate accuracy
50 ppm
Input amplifier characteristics
Input ranges
±1.25, ±2.5, ±5 or ±10 V
Typical analog bandwidth (-3 dB)
900 kHz
Input impedance
10 MΩ parallel (3.9 kΩ + 10 pF)
Overvoltage protection
±30 V
Common mode rejection ratio (CMRR) of AISense
> 54 dB, fin < 1kHz
Channel separation (cross talk)
> 90 dB @ fin 1 kHz
Transfer characteristics
DC accuracy
Range
% of reading
% of range
±10 V
±0.02 %
±0.0115 %
±5 V
±0.02 %
±0.013 %
±2.5 V
±0.02 %
±0.016 %
±1.25 V
±0.02 %
±0.022 %
Gain drift (typ)
±8 ppm/K
Offset drift (typ)
±5 ppm/K of Range
Dynamic characteristics
Signal to noise
89 dB
THD (fin = 1kHz) 0 dBFS input
< -90 dB
THD (fin = 1kHz) -20 dBFS input
< -93 dB
Typical interchannel gain mismatch
±0.015 %
Inter channel phase mismatch (fin < 500kHz)
0.006° * fin (kHz) + 0.08°
Maximum working voltage
Channel-to-ground
10 V, installation category I
Channel-to-channel
10 V, installation category I
Signal Conditioning
Number of channels
Front-ends
Channel characteristics
Components
Analog input Max. sampling Digital input
channels
rate / channel
channels
Software
Model
Instruments
8 digital I/Os, e.g. alarm output
Dedicated Instruments
Synchronous digital inputs
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Digital and Counter Input
Digital and Counter input
Counter resolution
32 bit
Counter time base
80 MHz
Time base accuracy
25 ppm
Maximum input frequency
40 MHz
Input signal characteristic main board
Compatibility
TTL/CMOS
Configuration
Pull-up with 100 kOhm
Input low level
-0.7 V to 0.8 V
Input high level
2 V to 5 V
Input low current
< -50 µA
Input high current
< 10 µA
Input capacitance
< 5 pF
Overvoltage protection (DI 0 to DI 15)
-1 to 6 V
Input signal characteristic CLK and Trigger
Compatibility
TTL Schmitt trigger
Configuration
Pull-up with 100 kOhm
Input low level
-0.7 V to 2 V
Input high level
3 V to 5 V
Input low current
< -50 µA
Input high current
< 10 µA
Input capacitance
< 5 pF
Overvoltage protection
-1 to 6 V
Input signal characteristic expansion board with TTL input (used on ORION-0816-1002 and -1003)
Compatibility
TTL/CMOS
Configuration
Pull-up with 100 kOhm
Input low level
-0.7 V to 0.8 V
Input high level
2 V to 5 V
Input low current
< -50 µA
Input high current
< 10 µA
Input capacitance
< 5 pF
Overvoltage protection
±25 V continuous
Input signal characteristic expansion board with adjustable input (used on ORION-0816-1004 and -1005)
Compatibility
Adjustable trigger levels
Configuration
Symmetric differential
Input coupling
DC / AC (1 Hz)
Input impedance (ground referenced)
1 MOhm / 5 pF
Bandwith (-3dB)
5 MHz
Trigger adjustment range
0 to 40 V
Trigger resolution
40 mV
Trigger level accuracy
±100 mV ±1% of trigger level
Common voltage range
-35 to 50V
Common mode rejection ratio
>40 dB
Overvoltage protection
±100 V continuous
Max. DC level @AC coupling
±50 V continuous
Input signal characteristic with isolated inputs (optional external cards)
240
Compatibility
CMOS
Configuration
Isolated input
Input low level
UIN < 1.8 V
Input high level
UIN > 3.2 V
Input high current @ 5 V UIN
< 3.5 mA
Input high current @ 30 V UIN
< 7 mA
Propagation delay
< 160 nsec
Bandwidth
3 MHz
Overvoltage protection
35 V continuous (65 V peak)
Isolation voltage (channel to channel)
100 V
Isolation voltage (input to output)
250 V
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Digital and Clock Divider Output
Compatibility
DEWE2
Digital and clock divider out
TTL/CMOS
Characteristic
Low voltage level
< 0.4 V @ 4 mA load
High voltage level
> 3 V @ 4 mA load
20 mA
Output impedance
50 Ohm
CAN Interface
Specification
CAN 2.0B
Physical layer
High speed
Listen only mode
Supported
Galvanic isolation
Not isolated
Bus pin fault protection
±36 V
ESD protection
12 kV (HBM)
CAN tranceiver
SNHVD235
PCI data transfere mode
DMA with SW pooling
Instruments
CAN interface
Power Requirements
ORION Type
I12V [mA]
I5V [mA]
I3.3V [mA]
Ptot. [Watt]
---
710
240
4,3
ORION-0816-1000
ORION-0816-1001
---
780
240
4,7
ORION-0816-1002
---
730
340
4,8
ORION-0816-1003
---
800
340
5,1
ORION-0816-1004
---
840
430
5,6
ORION-0816-1005
---
910
430
6
General Specifications
General Specifications
Interface
PCI
Rev. 3.0
Transfer Mode
DMA/Scatter-Gather
Transfer Speed
40 Mbyte/sec max.
Front-ends
-20 mA
Source (high level)
Signal Conditioning
Sink (low level)
Dedicated Instruments
Output current
Storage temperature
0 to 50 °C
-20 to 70 °C
Relative humidity
10 to 90%, non condensing
Maximum altitude
2000 m
Pollution degree (indoor use only)
2
Physical
Dimensions (not including connectors)
17.5 x 10.7 cm (6.9 x 4.2 in.)
Analog input connector (main board)
68-pin SCSI male (AMP 174341-5)
Analog input connector (expansion)
68-pin SCSI male (Honda PCS-68LMD)
Counter input connector (expansion)
68-pin SCSI male (Honda PCS-68LMD)
CAN input connector
SUBD
Lemo
2 x D-Sub 9-pin male
7-pin Lemo connector female (Type: EPG.0B.307.HLN)
Software
Operating temperature
Components
Environmental
241
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DEWE-ORION-1624-20X
16 simultaneous sampled channels
204.8 kS/s per channel
24 bit resolution
4 input ranges (from ±1.25 V to ±10 V)
Synchronous digital inputs
8 digital I/Os, e.g. alarm output
32 bit synchronous counter/encoder
2 synchronous CAN interfaces
Model Overview
Analog input Max. sampling Digital input
Digital I/O
channels
rate / channel channels
Model
Ext. Clock Ext. Trigger
Counter
Encoder
TTL
Counter
Encoder
ADJ
CAN
DEWE-ORION-1624-200
16
204.8 kS/s
2 (8*)
8
-
1
2
-
-
DEWE-ORION-1624-201
16
204.8 kS/s
2 (8*)
8
-
1
2
-
2
DEWE-ORION-1624-202
16
204.8 kS/s
10 (40*)
8
-
1
2+8
-
-
DEWE-ORION-1624-203
16
204.8 kS/s
10 (40*)
8
-
1
2+8
-
2
DEWE-ORION-1624-204
16
204.8 kS/s
10 (40*)
8
-
1
2
8
-
DEWE-ORION-1624-205
16
204.8 kS/s
10 (40*)
8
-
1
2
8
2
* Without using counter inputs
Analog Input Specifications
Analog input
Channel characteristics
Number of channels
16, simultaneously sampled
Input configuration
Symmetric, differential
Resolution
24 bit, nominal
Type of ADC
Delta-sigma
Sampling rate
204.8 kS/s per channel
Data throughput
3.2 MS/s
Oversampling, for sample rate (fs)
Frequency accuracy
±25 ppm
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
256 fs
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
128 fs
102.4 kS/s < fs ≤ 204.8 kS/s
64 fs
Input signal range
±10 V peak
FIFO buffer size
4096 samples
Data transfers
DMA
Transfer characteristics
DC accuracy; range ±10 V
% of reading
% of range
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
±0.058 %
± 0.005 %
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
±0.058 %
± 0.007 %
102.4 kS/s < fs ≤ 204.8 kS/s
±0.058 %
± 0.015 %
Gain drift
±15 ppm/K
Amplifier characteristics
Input impedance (ground referenced)
Positive input
10 MΩ in parallel with 60 pF
Negative input
10 MΩ in parallel with 60 pF
Overvoltage protection
242
Positive input
±30 V
Negative input
±30 V
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Common mode rejection ratio (CMRR)
> 60 dB, typ.
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
-0.035 dB to +0.01 dB, DC to 0.475 fs
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
-0.035 dB to +0.01 dB, DC to 0.45 fs
102.4 kS/s < fs ≤ 204.8 kS/s
-0.035 dB to +0.01 dB, DC to 0.246 fs
DEWE2
fin < 1 kHz
Flatness digital filter
0.38 fs
Analog bandwidth
-1 dB bandwidth
200 kHz
-3 dB bandwidth
320 kHz
Maximum working voltage
10 V, installation category I
Max. working voltage refers to the signal voltage plus common-mode voltage.
Dynamic Characteristics
Dynamic characteristics
Alias-free bandwidth (passband)
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
DC (0 Hz) to 0.42 fs
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
DC (0 Hz) to 0.32 fs
102.4 kS/s < fs ≤ 200 kS/s
DC (0 Hz) to 0.22 fs
Alias rejection
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
-95 dB
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
-92 dB
102.4 kS/s < fs ≤ 200 kS/s
-97 dB
Signal to noise
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
108 dB
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
105 dB
102.4 kS/s < fs ≤ 200 kS/s
80 dB
Spurious free dynamic range
1kS to 51.2 kS/s
140 dB
51.2kS to 102.4 kS/s
137 dB
102.4kS to 200 kS/s
106 dB
0 dBFS input < -90 dB
-20 dBFS input < -100 dB
-60 dBFS input < -60 dB
Crosstalk (channel separation)
fin 0 to 10 kHz
120 dB
fin 10 to 50 kHz
105 dB
Typical interchannel gain mismatch
±0.002 dB
Filter delay through ADC
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
12 / fs
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
9 / fs
102.4 kS/s < fs ≤ 200 kS/s
5 / fs
Inter channel phase mismatch
0.01° * fin (kHz)
Components
THD (1kS/s <= fs <= 102.4 kS/s)
Software
Channel-to-ground, channel-to-channel
Instruments
0.49 fs
102.4 kS/s < fs ≤ 204.8 kS/s
Front-ends
0.494 fs
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
Signal Conditioning
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
Dedicated Instruments
-3 dB bandwidth digital filter
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Digital and Counter Input
Digital and Counter input
Counter resolution
32 bit
Counter time base
80 MHz
Time base accuracy
25 ppm
Maximum input frequency
40 MHz
Input signal characteristic main board
Compatibility
TTL/CMOS
Configuration
Pull-up with 100 kOhm
Input low level
-0.7 V to 0.8 V
Input high level
2 V to 5 V
Input low current
< -50 µA
Input high current
< 10 µA
Input capacitance
< 5 pF
Overvoltage protection (DI 0 to DI 7)
±25 V continuous
Overvoltage protection (DI 8 to DI 15)
-1 to 6 V
Input signal characteristic CLK and Trigger
Compatibility
TTL Schmitt trigger
Configuration
Pull-up with 100 kOhm
Input low level
-0.7 V to 2 V
Input high level
3 V to 5 V
Input low current
< -50 µA
Input high current
< 10 µA
Input capacitance
< 5 pF
Overvoltage protection
-1 to 6 V
Input signal characteristic expansion board with TTL input (used on ORION-1624-202 and -203)
Compatibility
TTL/CMOS
Configuration
Pull-up with 100 kOhm
Input low level
-0.7 V to 0.8 V
Input high level
2 V to 5 V
Input low current
< -50 µA
Input high current
< 10 µA
Input capacitance
< 5 pF
Overvoltage protection
±25 V continuous
Input signal characteristic expansion board with adjustable input (used on ORION-1624-204 and -205)
Compatibility
Adjustable trigger levels
Configuration
Symmetric differential
Input coupling
DC / AC (1 Hz)
Input impedance (ground referenced)
1 MOhm / 5 pF
Bandwith (-3dB)
5 MHz
Trigger adjustment range
0 to 40 V
Trigger resolution
40 mV
Trigger level accuracy
±100 mV ±1% of trigger level
Common voltage range
-35 to 50V
Common mode rejection ratio
>40 dB
Overvoltage protection
±100 V continuous
Max. DC level @AC coupling
±50 V continuous
Input signal characteristic with isolated inputs (optional external cards)
244
Compatibility
CMOS
Configuration
Isolated input
Input low level
UIN < 1.8 V
Input high level
UIN > 3.2 V
Input high current @ 5 V UIN
< 3.5 mA
Input high current @ 30 V UIN
< 7 mA
Propagation delay
< 160 nsec
Bandwidth
3 MHz
Overvoltage protection
35 V continuous (65 V peak)
Isolation voltage (channel to channel)
100 V
Isolation voltage (input to output)
250 V
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Digital and Clock Divider Output
Compatibility
DEWE2
Digital and clock divider out
TTL/CMOS
Characteristic
Low voltage level
< 0.4 V @ 4 mA load
High voltage level
> 3 V @ 4 mA load
Sink (low level)
-20 mA
Source (high level)
20 mA
Output impedance
Dedicated Instruments
Output current
50 Ohm
CAN Interface
Specification
CAN 2.0B
Physical layer
High speed
Listen only mode
Supported
Galvanic isolation
Not isolated
Bus pin fault protection
±36 V
ESD protection
12 kV (HBM)
CAN tranceiver
SNHVD235
PCI data transfere mode
DMA with SW pooling
Instruments
CAN interface
I3.3V [mA]
1300
---
Ptot. [Watt]
6.5
ORION-1624-201
---
1370
---
6.9
ORION-1624-202
---
1420
---
7.1
ORION-1624-203
---
1490
---
7.5
ORION-1624-204
---
1620
---
8.1
ORION-1624-205
---
1690
---
8.5
General Specifications
General Specifications
Environmental
Operating temperature
0 to 50 °C
Storage temperature
-20 to 70 °C
Relative humidity
10 to 90%, non condensing
Maximum altitude
2000 m
Pollution degree (indoor use only)
2
Physical
Dimensions (not including connectors)
17.5 x 10.7 cm (6.9 x 4.2 in.)
Analog input connector (main board)
68-pin SCSI male (AMP 174341-5)
Counter input connector (expansion)
68-pin SCSI male (Honda PCS-68LMD)
CAN input connector
SUBD
Lemo
2 x D-Sub 9-pin male
7-pin Lemo connector female (Type: EPG.0B.307.HLN)
Signal Conditioning
I5V [mA]
---
Components
I12V [mA]
ORION-1624-200
Software
ORION Type
Front-ends
Power Requirements
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DEWE-ORION-1622/-3222-10x
DEWE-ORION-1622-10X
DEWE-ORION-3222-10x
16 simultaneous sampled channels
102.4 kS/s per channel
22 bit resolution
Input range ±10 V
Synchronous digital inputs
8 digital I/Os, e.g. alarm output
32 bit synchronous counter/encoder
2 synchronous CAN interfaces
Model Overview
Analog
input
channels
Max. sampling
rate / channel
DEWE-ORION-1622-100
16
102.4 kS/s
2 (8*)
8
-
1
2
-
-
DEWE-ORION-1622-101
16
102.4 kS/s
2 (8*)
8
-
1
2
-
2
DEWE-ORION-1622-102
16
102.4 kS/s
10 (40*)
8
-
1
2+8
-
-
DEWE-ORION-1622-103
16
102.4 kS/s
10 (40*)
8
-
1
2+8
-
2
DEWE-ORION-1622-104
16
102.4 kS/s
10 (40*)
8
-
1
2
8
-
DEWE-ORION-1622-105
16
102.4 kS/s
10 (40*)
8
-
1
2
8
2
DEWE-ORION-3222-100
32
102.4 kS/s
18 (24*)
8
1
1
2
-
-
DEWE-ORION-3222-101
32
102.4 kS/s
18 (24*)
8
1
1
2
-
2
Model
Digital
Counter Counter
Digital Ext.
Ext.
input
Encoder Encoder CAN
I/O
Clock Trigger
channels
TTL
ADJ
* Without using counter inputs
Analog Input Specifications
Analog input
Channel characteristics
Number of channels
16, simultaneously sampled
Input configuration
Single ended with remote sense
Resolution
22 bit, nominal
Type of ADC
Delta-sigma
Sampling rate
102.4 kS/s per channel
Data throughput
1.6 MS/s max.
Oversampling, for sample rate (fs)
Frequency accuracy
±25 ppm
100 S/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
256 fs
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
128 fs
Input signal range
±10 Vpeak
FIFO buffer size
4096 samples
Data transfers
DMA
Transfer characteristics
DC accuracy
±10 V
Gain drift
% of reading
% of range
0.05 %
0.01 %
±15 ppm/K
Amplifier characteristics
Input impedance (ground referenced)
10 MΩ in parallel with 60 pF
Overvoltage protection
±30 V
Common mode rejection (CMR) with AISense
fin < 1 kHz
246
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1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
-0.035 dB to +0.01 dB, DC to 0.475 fs
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
-0.035 dB to +0.01 dB, DC to 0.45 fs
-3 dB bandwidth digital filter
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
0.494 fs
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
0.49 fs
DEWE2
Flatness digital filter
160 kHz
Maximum working voltage
Channel-to-ground, channel-to-channel
10 V, installation category I
Max. working voltage refers to the signal voltage plus common-mode voltage.
Dynamic Characteristics
Dynamic characteristics
Alias-free bandwidth (passband)
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
DC (0 Hz) to 0.42 fs
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
DC (0 Hz) to 0.32 fs
Alias rejection
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
-95 dB
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
-92 dB
Signal to noise
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
102 dB
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
99 dB
Spurious free dynamic range
1kS to 51.2 kS/s
126 dB
51.2kS to 102.4 kS/s
121 dB
THD (1kS/s <= fs <= 102.4 kS/s)
0 dBFS input < -90 dB
-20 dBFS input < -100 dB
-60 dBFS input < -60 dB
Instruments
90 kHz
-3 dB Bandwidth
Front-ends
-1 dB Bandwidth
Dedicated Instruments
Analog bandwidth
90 dB
Typical interchannel gain mismatch
±0.002 dB
Filter delay through ADC
1 kS/s ≤ fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s
12 / fs
51.2 kS/s < fs ≤ 102.4 kS/s
9 / fs
Inter channel phase mismatch
0.02° * fin (kHz) + 0.08°
Components
105 dB
fin 10 to 50 kHz
Software
fin 0 to 10 kHz
Signal Conditioning
Crosstalk (channel separation)
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Digital and Counter Input
Digital and Counter input
Counter resolution
32 bit
Counter time base
80 MHz
Time base accuracy
25 ppm
Maximum input frequency
40 MHz
Input signal characteristic main board
Compatibility
TTL/CMOS
Configuration
Pull-up with 100 kOhm
Input low level
-0.7 V to 0.8 V
Input high level
2 V to 5 V
Input low current
< -50 µA
Input high current
< 10 µA
Input capacitance
< 5 pF
Overvoltage protection (DI 0 to DI 7)
±25 V continuous
Overvoltage protection (DI 8 to DI 15)
-1 to 6 V
Input signal characteristic CLK and Trigger
Compatibility
TTL Schmitt trigger
Configuration
Pull-up with 100 kOhm
Input low level
-0.7 V to 2 V
Input high level
3 V to 5 V
Input low current
< -50 µA
Input high current
< 10 µA
Input capacitance
< 5 pF
Overvoltage protection
-1 to 6 V
Input signal characteristic expansion board with TTL input (used on ORION-1622-102 and -103)
Compatibility
TTL/CMOS
Configuration
Pull-up with 100 kOhm
Input low level
-0.7 V to 0.8 V
Input high level
2 V to 5 V
Input low current
< -50 µA
Input high current
< 10 µA
Input capacitance
< 5 pF
Overvoltage protection
±25 V continuous
Input signal characteristic expansion board with adjustable input (used on ORION-1622.104 and -105)
Compatibility
Adjustable trigger levels
Configuration
Symmetric differential
Input coupling
DC / AC (1 Hz)
Input impedance (ground referenced)
1 MOhm / 5 pF
Bandwith (-3dB)
5 MHz
Trigger adjustment range
0 to 40 V
Trigger resolution
40 mV
Trigger level accuracy
±100 mV ±1% of trigger level
Common voltage range
-35 to 50V
Common mode rejection ratio
>40 dB
Overvoltage protection
±100 V continuous
Max. DC level @AC coupling
±50 V continuous
Input signal characteristic with isolated inputs (optional external cards)
248
Compatibility
CMOS
Configuration
Isolated input
Input low level
UIN < 1.8 V
Input high level
UIN > 3.2 V
Input high current @ 5 V UIN
< 3.5 mA
Input high current @ 30 V UIN
< 7 mA
Propagation delay
< 160 nsec
Bandwidth
3 MHz
Overvoltage protection
35 V continuous (65 V peak)
Isolation voltage (channel to channel)
100 V
Isolation voltage (input to output)
250 V
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Digital and Clock Divider Output
Compatibility
DEWE2
Digital and clock divider out
TTL/CMOS
Characteristic
Low voltage level
< 0.4 V @ 4 mA load
High voltage level
> 3 V @ 4 mA load
20 mA
50 Ohm
CAN Interface
Specification
CAN 2.0B
Physical layer
High speed
Listen only mode
Supported
Galvanic isolation
Not isolated
Bus pin fault protection
±36 V
ESD protection
12 kV (HBM)
CAN tranceiver
SNHVD235
PCI data transfere mode
DMA with SW pooling
Instruments
CAN interface
Power Requirements
ORION-1622-100
I12V [mA]
I5V [mA]
I3.3V [mA]
Ptot. [Watt]
---
1310
---
6,6
ORION-1622-101
---
1240
---
6,2
ORION-1622-102
---
1360
---
6,8
ORION-1622-103
---
1430
---
7,2
7,8
ORION-1622-104
---
1560
---
ORION-1622-105
---
1630
---
8,2
ORION-3222-100
---
2230
---
11,2
ORION-3222-101
---
2300
---
11,5
General Specifications
General Specifications
Environmental
Operating temperature
0 to 50 °C
Storage temperature
-20 to 70 °C
Relative humidity
10 to 90%, non condensing
Maximum altitude
2000 m
Pollution degree (indoor use only)
2
Physical
Dimensions (not including connectors)
17.5 x 10.7 cm (6.9 x 4.2 in.)
Analog input connector (main board)
68-pin SCSI male (AMP 174341-5)
Analog input connector (expansion)
68-pin SCSI male (Honda PCS-68LMD)
Counter input connector (expansion)
68-pin SCSI male (Honda PCS-68LMD)
CAN input connector
SUBD
Lemo
2 x D-Sub 9-pin male
7-pin Lemo connector female (Type: EPG.0B.307.HLN)
Components
ORION Type
Software
Output impedance
Front-ends
-20 mA
Source (high level)
Signal Conditioning
Sink (low level)
Dedicated Instruments
Output current
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DEWE-ORION-1616-10X
DEWE-ORION-3216-10X
16 simultaneous sampled channels
100 kS/s per channel
16 bit resolution
4 input ranges (from ±1.25 V to ±10 V)
Synchronous digital inputs
8 digital I/Os, e.g. alarm output
32 bit synchronous counter/encoder
2 synchronous CAN interfaces
Model Overview
Model
Counter
Encoder
TTL
Analog input Max. sampling Digital input
Digital I/O Ext. Clock Ext. Trigger
channels
rate / channel channels
Counter
Encoder
ADJ
CAN
DEWE-ORION-1616-100
16
100 kS/s
2 (8*)
8
1
1
2
-
-
DEWE-ORION-1616-101
16
100 kS/s
2 (8*)
8
1
1
2
-
2
DEWE-ORION-1616-102
16
100 kS/s
10 (40*)
8
1
1
2+8
-
-
DEWE-ORION-1616-103
16
100 kS/s
10 (40*)
8
1
1
2+8
-
2
DEWE-ORION-1616-104
16
100 kS/s
10 (40*)
8
1
1
2
8
-
DEWE-ORION-1616-105
16
100 kS/s
10 (40*)
8
1
1
2
8
2
DEWE-ORION-3216-100
32
100 kS/s
18 (24*)
8
1
1
2
-
-
DEWE-ORION-3216-101
32
100 kS/s
18 (24*)
8
1
1
2
-
2
* Without using counter inputs
Analog Input Specifications
Analog input
Channel characteristics
Number of channels
16 (or 32) simultaneously sampled
Input configuration
Single ended with remote sense
Resolution
16 bit
Effectiv number of bits
14.7
Type of ADC
Successive approximation (SAR)
Sampling rate
1 to 100 kS/s per channel
Sampling rate accuracy
25 ppm
Input amplifier characteristics
Input ranges
±1.25, ±2.5, ±5 or ±10 V
Typical analog bandwidth (-3 dB)
100 kHz
Input impedance
10 MΩ parallel (5.1 kΩ + 30 pF)
Overvoltage protection
±30 V
Common mode rejection ratio (CMRR) of AISense
> 54 dB, fin < 1kHz
Channel separation (cross talk)
> 90 dB @ fin 1 kHz
Transfer characteristics
DC accuracy
Range
% of reading
% of range
±10 V
±0.02 %
±0.0115 %
±5 V
±0.02 %
±0.013 %
±2.5 V
±0.02 %
±0.016 %
±1.25 V
±0.02 %
±0.022 %
Gain drift (typ)
±8 ppm/K
Offset drift (typ)
±5 ppm/K of range
Dynamic characteristics
Signal to noise
89 dB
THD (fin = 1kHz) 0 dBFS input
< -86 dB
THD (fin = 1kHz) -20 dBFS input
< -93 dB
Interchannel gain mismatch
±0.015 %
Inter channel phase mismatch (fin < 50kHz)
0.02° * fin (kHz) + 0.08°
Maximum working voltage
250
Channel-to-ground
10 V, installation category I
Channel-to-channel
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Digital and Counter input
Counter resolution
32 bit
Counter time base
80 MHz
Time base accuracy
25 ppm
Maximum input frequency
40 MHz
DEWE2
Digital and Counter Input
2 V to 5 V
Input low current
< -50 µA
Input high current
< 10 µA
Input capacitance
< 5 pF
Overvoltage protection (DI 0 to DI 15)
-1 to 6 V
Input signal characteristic CLK and Trigger
Compatibility
TTL Schmitt trigger
Configuration
Pull-up with 100 kOhm
Input low level
-0.7 V to 2 V
Input high level
3 V to 5 V
Input low current
< -50 µA
Input high current
< 10 µA
Input capacitance
< 5 pF
Overvoltage protection
-1 to 6 V
Input signal characteristic expansion board with TTL input (used on ORION-1616-102 and -103)
Compatibility
TTL/CMOS
Configuration
Pull-up with 100 kOhm
Input low level
-0.7 V to 0.8 V
Input high level
2 V to 5 V
Input low current
< -50 µA
Input high current
< 10 µA
Input capacitance
< 5 pF
Overvoltage protection
±25 V
Input signal characteristic expansion board with adjustable input (used on ORION-1616-104 and -105)
Compatibility
Adjustable trigger levels
Configuration
Symmetric differential
Input coupling
DC / AC (1Hz)
Input impedance (ground referenced)
1 MOhm / 5 pF
Bandwith (-3dB)
5 MHz
Trigger adjustment range
0 to 40 V
Trigger resolution
40 mV
Trigger level accuracy
±100 mV ±1% of trigger level
Common voltage range
-35 to 50V
Common mode rejection ratio
>40 dB
Overvoltage protection
±100 V continuous
Max. DC level @AC coupling
±50 V continuous
Input signal characteristic with isolated inputs (optional external cards)
Compatibility
CMOS
Configuration
Isolated input
Input low level
UIN < 1.8 V
Input high level
UIN > 3.2 V
Input high current @ 5 V UIN
< 3.5 mA
Input high current @ 30 V UIN
< 7 mA
Propagation delay
< 160 nsec
Bandwidth
3 MHz
Overvoltage protection
35 V continuous (65 V peak)
Isolation voltage (channel to channel)
100 V
Isolation voltage (input to output)
250 V
Instruments
-0.7 V to 0.8 V
Input high level
Front-ends
Input low level
Signal Conditioning
Pull-up with 100 kOhm
Components
TTL/CMOS
Configuration
Software
Compatibility
Dedicated Instruments
Input signal characteristic main board
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Digital and Clock Divider Output
Digital and clock divider out
Compatibility
TTL/CMOS
Characteristic
Low voltage level
< 0.4 V @ 4 mA load
High voltage level
> 3 V @ 4 mA load
Output current
Sink (low level)
-20 mA
Source (high level)
20 mA
Output impedance
50 Ohm
CAN Interface
CAN interface
Specification
CAN 2.0B
Physical layer
High speed
Listen only mode
Supported
Galvanic isolation
Not isolated
Bus pin fault protection
±36 V
ESD protection
12 kV (HBM)
CAN tranceiver
SNHVD235
PCI data transfere mode
DMA with SW pooling
Power Requirements
ORION Type
I12V [mA]
I5V [mA]
I3.3V [mA]
Ptot. [Watt]
ORION-1616-100
---
580
240
3,7
ORION-1616-101
---
650
240
4,0
ORION-1616-102
---
600
340
4,1
ORION-1616-103
---
670
340
4,5
ORION-1616-104
---
710
430
5,0
ORION-1616-105
---
780
430
5,3
ORION-3216-100
---
1200
270
6,9
ORION-3216-101
---
1270
270
7,2
General Specifications
General Specifications
Environmental
Operating temperature
0 to 50 °C
Storage temperature
-20 to 70 °C
Relative humidity
10 to 90%, non condensing
Maximum altitude
2000 m
Pollution degree (indoor use only)
2
Physical
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Dimensions (not including connectors)
17.5 x 10.7 cm (6.9 x 4.2 in.)
Analog input connector (main board)
68-pin SCSI male (AMP 174341-5)
Analog input connector (expansion)
68-pin SCSI male (Honda PCS-68LMD)
Counter input connector (expansion)
68-pin SCSI male (Honda PCS-68LMD)
CAN input connector
SUBD
Lemo
2 x D-Sub 9-pin male
7-pin Lemo connector female (Type: EPG.0B.307.HLN)
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DEWE-ORION-1616-100x
1 MS/s per channel
16 bit resolution
4 input ranges (from ±1.25 V to ±10 V)
Synchronous digital inputs
8 digital I/Os, e.g. alarm output
32 bit synchronous counter/encoder
2 synchronous CAN interfaces
Model Overview
Model
Counter
Encoder
TTL
Analog input Max. sampling Digital input
Digital I/O Ext. Clock Ext. Trigger
channels
rate / channel channels
Counter
Encoder
ADJ
CAN
DEWE-ORION-1616-1000
16
1 MS/s
2 (8*)
8
1
1
2
-
-
DEWE-ORION-1616-1001
16
1 MS/s
2 (8*)
8
1
1
2
-
2
DEWE-ORION-1616-1002**
16
1 MS/s
10 (40*)
8
1
1
2+8
-
-
DEWE-ORION-1616-1003**
16
1 MS/s
10 (40*)
8
1
1
2+8
-
2
DEWE-ORION-1616-1004**
16
1 MS/s
10 (40*)
8
1
1
2
8
-
DEWE-ORION-1616-1005**
16
1 MS/s
10 (40*)
8
1
1
2
8
2
* Without using counter inputs
** Max. data transfer speed per card is 40 MB/s. More information see ‘Calculation of data rate’.
Analog Input Specifications
Instruments
16 simultaneous sampled channels
Dedicated Instruments
DEWE2
DEWE-ORION-1616-100X
Front-ends
Analog input
Channel characteristics
16 simultaneously sampled
Input configuration
Single ended with remote sense
Resolution
16 bit
Effectiv number of bits
14.7
Type of ADC
Successive approximation (SAR)
Sampling rate
10 S/sec to 1 MS/sec per channel
Sampling rate accuracy
25 ppm
Input ranges
±1.25, ±2.5, ±5 or ±10 V
Typical analog bandwidth (-3 dB)
900 kHz
Input impedance
10 MΩ parallel (3.9 kΩ + 14 pF)
Overvoltage protection
±30 V
Common mode rejection ratio (CMRR) of AISense
> 54 dB, fin < 1kHz
Channel separation (cross talk)
> 90 dB @ fin 1 kHz
Transfer characteristics
DC accuracy
Range
% of reading
% of range
±10 V
±0.02 %
±0.0115 %
±5 V
±0.02 %
±0.013 %
±2.5 V
±0.02 %
±0.016 %
±1.25 V
±0.02 %
±0.022 %
Gain drift (typ)
±8 ppm/K
Offset drift (typ)
±5 ppm/K of range
Dynamic characteristics
Signal to noise [Range = ±1.25 V]
89 dB [86 dB]
THD (fin = 1kHz) 0 dBFS input
< -86 dB
THD (fin = 1kHz) -20 dBFS input
< -93 dB
Interchannel gain mismatch
±0.015 %
Inter channel phase mismatch (fin < 50kHz)
0.02° * fin (kHz) + 0.08°
Maximum working voltage
Channel-to-ground
10 V, installation category I
Channel-to-channel
10 V, installation category I
Software
Input amplifier characteristics
Components
Signal Conditioning
Number of channels
253
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Digital and Counter Input
Digital and Counter input
Counter resolution
32 bit
Counter time base
80 MHz
Time base accuracy
25 ppm
Maximum input frequency
40 MHz
Input signal characteristic main board
Compatibility
TTL/CMOS
Configuration
Pull-up with 100 kOhm
Input low level
-0.7 V to 0.8 V
Input high level
2 V to 5 V
Input low current
< -50 µA
Input high current
< 10 µA
Input capacitance
< 5 pF
Overvoltage protection (DI 0 to DI 15)
-1 to 6 V
Input signal characteristic CLK and Trigger
Compatibility
TTL Schmitt trigger
Configuration
Pull-up with 100 kOhm
Input low level
-0.7 V to 2 V
Input high level
3 V to 5 V
Input low current
< -50 µA
Input high current
< 10 µA
Input capacitance
< 5 pF
Overvoltage protection
-1 to 6 V
Input signal characteristic expansion board with TTL input (used on ORION-1616-1002 and -1003)
Compatibility
TTL/CMOS
Configuration
Pull-up with 100 kOhm
Input low level
-0.7 V to 0.8 V
Input high level
2 V to 5 V
Input low current
< -50 µA
Input high current
< 10 µA
Input capacitance
< 5 pF
Overvoltage protection
±25 V
Input signal characteristic expansion board with adjustable input (used on ORION-1616-1004 and -1005)
Compatibility
Adjustable trigger levels
Configuration
Symmetric differential
Input coupling
DC / AC (1Hz)
Input impedance (ground referenced)
1 MOhm / 5 pF
Bandwith (-3dB)
5 MHz
Trigger adjustment range
0 to 40 V
Trigger resolution
40 mV
Trigger level accuracy
±100 mV ±1% of trigger level
Common voltage range
-35 to 50V
Common mode rejection ratio
>40 dB
Overvoltage protection
±100 V continuous
Max. DC level @AC coupling
±50 V continuous
Input signal characteristic with isolated inputs (optional external cards)
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Compatibility
CMOS
Configuration
Isolated input
Input low level
UIN < 1.8 V
Input high level
UIN > 3.2 V
Input high current @ 5 V UIN
< 3.5 mA
Input high current @ 30 V UIN
< 7 mA
Propagation delay
< 160 nsec
Bandwidth
3 MHz
Overvoltage protection
35 V continuous (65 V peak)
Isolation voltage (channel to channel)
100 V
Isolation voltage (input to output)
250 V
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Digital and Clock Divider Output
TTL/CMOS
< 0.4 V @ 4 mA load
> 3 V @ 4 mA load
Dedicated Instruments
-20 mA
20 mA
50 Ohm
CAN Interface
CAN interface
Specification
CAN 2.0B
Physical layer
High speed
Listen only mode
Supported
Galvanic isolation
Not isolated
Bus pin fault protection
±36 V
ESD protection
12 kV (HBM)
CAN tranceiver
SNHVD235
PCI data transfere mode
DMA with SW pooling
Power Requirements
ORION Type
I12V [mA]
I5V [mA]
I3.3V [mA]
Ptot. [Watt]
-------------
580
650
600
670
710
780
240
240
340
340
430
430
3,7
4,0
4,1
4,5
5,0
5,3
ORION-1616-1000
ORION-1616-1001
ORION-1616-1002
ORION-1616-1003
ORION-1616-1004
ORION-1616-1005
General Specifications
Instruments
Characteristic
Low voltage level
High voltage level
Output current
Sink (low level)
Source (high level)
Output impedance
Front-ends
Compatibility
DEWE2
Digital and clock divider out
Operating temperature
0 to 50 °C
Storage temperature
-20 to 70 °C
Relative humidity
10 to 90%, non condensing
Maximum altitude
2000 m
Pollution degree (indoor use only)
2
Physical
Dimensions (not including connectors)
17.5 x 10.7 cm (6.9 x 4.2 in.)
Analog input connector (main board)
68-pin SCSI male (AMP 174341-5)
Analog input connector (expansion)
68-pin SCSI male (Honda PCS-68LMD)
Counter input connector (expansion)
68-pin SCSI male (Honda PCS-68LMD)
CAN input connector
SUBD
Lemo
2 x D-Sub 9-pin male
7-pin Lemo connector female (Type: EPG.0B.307.HLN)
Calculation of data rate
Calculation of data rate
Components
Environmental
Signal Conditioning
General Specifications
fs [1/s] * no. of active channels * 2 [Byte]
1 000 000 1/s * 8 * 2 Byte = 16 MB/s
For CTR
fs [1/s]* no. of active channels * 4 [Byte]
1 000 000 1/s * 8 * 4 Byte = 32 MB/s
Example
ORION-1616-1000 (1 MS/s, 16 AIN, 2 CTR) ==> (1 * 16 * 2 = 32 MB/s) + (1 * 2 * 4 = 8 MB/s) = 40 MB/s [OK]
ORION-1616-1002 (1 MS/s, 16 AIN, 4 CTR) ==> (1 * 16 * 2 = 32 MB/s) + (1 * 4 * 4 =16 MB/s) = 48 MB/s [too much]
Reduce sampling rate to 833 kS/s: (0.833 * 16 * 2 = 26.6 MB/s) + (0.833 * 4 * 4 = 13.3 MB/s) = 39.9 MB/s [OK]
Software
For AIN
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M2I Series
DEWE2
M2I Series
A/D boards for transient recording applications
Up to 8 simultaneous sampled input channels
Multiple boards can be synchronized
M2I.3122
M2I.3132
M2I.4022
M2I.4652
M2I.4912
M2I.4932
Analog input
Number of channels
Input ranges
8
8
4
8
8
8
12 bit
12 bit
14 bit
16 bit
16 bit
16 bit
8 ranges
±50 mV to ±10 V
8 ranges
6 ranges
8 ranges
6 ranges
6 ranges
±50 mV to ±10 V ±200 mV to ±10 V ±50 mV to ±10 V ±200 mV to ±10 V ±200 mV to ±10 V
Simultaneous sampling
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Sample rate per channel
10 MS/s
25 MS/s
20 MS/s
3 MS/s
10 MS/s
30 MS/s
Combined sample rate (2 channels)
Sample rate total
-
-
-
-
-
-
80 MS/s
200 MS/s
80 MS/s
24 MS/s
80 MS/s
240 MS/s
Memory
Standard on-board memory (total)
128 MS 1)
On-board memory options
256 MS, 512 MS, 1 GS or 2 GS
Additional functions
Trigger
Edge, Window, Pulswidth, Slope, External (several trigger sources can be combined with OR and/or AND)
Trigger output
Yes
External clock I/O, Reference clock
Yes
Synchronize multiple boards
Option
Optional functions 2)
Multiple recording
Recording of trigger events with high repetition rates and very small dead time
Gated sampling
Recording controlled by gate signal
Dual timebase
Combination of slow continuous recording with fast acquisitions on trigger
Timestamp
Timestamps for trigger events
Additional I/O channels
Digital input
32 (optional)
32 (optional)
8 (optional)
-
Counter / Encoder input
Not available
Analog output channels
Not available
Physicals
Bus type / Size
PCI / full length PCI slot required
Software support
Supported in
DEWESoft™, DEWETrans, SBench
128 MS = 128 MegaSamples = 256 MByte (each measurement value requires 2 bytes)
2)
These options are supported in SBench software only!
Signal Conditioning
Input resolution
Instruments
The M2I series offers up to 8 analog input channels with 12, 14 or 16 bit resolution, each channel up 100 MS/s sampling rate. This high sampling rate in conjunction with the on-board memory and the trigger capabilities makes this
board best suitable for transient recording applications. Like the DEWE-ORION series the M2I series is supported
by DEWESoft.
Front-ends
Hardware trigger functions
Dedicated Instruments
On-board memory up to 2 GSamples
Components
1)
Synchronized A/D conversion
with different sampling rates
10 MS/s
SYNC
SYNC
25 MS/s
Software
SYNC
50 MS/s
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AD Series
A/D boards for general purpose applications
Multiplexed inputs
- no channel synchronized sampling
Multiple boards can be synchronized
The AD series offers up to 64 analog input channels. As this boards use a multiplexing technology, the maximum
sampling rate can only be achieved in single channel applications. These boards fit to general purpose applications
where time delay between sampled channels (and the resulting phase shift) have no influence on the measurement
results.
AD16-1000-16 /
AD16-1000-16-OUT2
AD32-1000-16 /
AD32-1000-16-OUT4
Analog input
Number of channels
Input resolution
Input ranges
16
32
16 bit
16 bit
7 ranges
±100 mV to ±10 V
7 ranges
±100 mV to ±10 V
Simultaneous sampling
No
No
Sample rate per channel
62.5 kS/s
31.25 kS/s
1 MS/s
1 MS/s
Digital input
8
32
Counter input
2
2
Encoder input
2
2
Sample rate total
Digital I/O
Analog output
Analog output channels
Analog output resolution
Analog output rate (max.)
2 1)
16 bit
4 2)
1)
16 bit 2)
2.8 MS/s
2.8 MS/s
PCI
PCI
Physicals
Bus type
AD16-1000-16-OUT2 board only
2)
AD32-1000-16-OUT4 board only
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DEWE-CAM
Sensors
DEWE2
DEWE-CAM-FW-70
VGA 640 x 480 progressive CCD
Up to 70 fps @ full resolution
Super compact size
Ready for C-Mount lenses
Dedicated Instruments
Wide-range manual / auto gain
Manual / auto exposure (shutter)
Gamma on / off
Real time shading correction
External trigger input for synchronization including frame index
Lockable IEEE1394 connector
DEWE-CAM-FW-70
Specifications
1/2” (diag. 8 mm) progressive scan, SONY
Picture size
640 x 480 px
Cell size
9.9 μm x 9.9 μm
Resolution depth
12 bit (ADC)
Lens mount
C-Mount
Digital interface
IEEE 1394 IIDC v. 1.3
Transfer rates
100 Mbit/s, 200 Mbit/s and 400 Mbit/s
Frame rates
Up to 74 Hz in full resolution, higher rates with AOI
Gain control
Manual: 0 to 24 dB (0.035 dB/step); Auto gain (selectable AOI)
Shutter speed
20 to 67.108.864 μs (67 s); auto shutter (selectable AOI)
External trigger
Yes
Shutter trigger
Yes
Smart features
Real time shading correction; built-in FIFO memory up to 17 frames
Power requirements
8 to 36 VDC via IEEE 1394 cable or 12-pin HIROSE
Power consumption
Less than 3 W (@ 12 VDC)
Dimensions (L x W x H)
72 x 44 x 29 mm (2.8 x 1.7x 1.1 in.) w/o tripod and lense
Mass
<120 g (without lense)
Temperature
Operating: +5 to +45 °C; Storage: -10 to +60 °C
Regulations
EN 55022, EN 61000, EN 55024, FCC Class B; DIN ISO 9022
Signal Conditioning
Front-ends
Instruments
Image device type
Package information
Each DEWE-CAM-FW-70 package consists of
1 DEWE-CAM-FW-70 camera
1 IEEE 1394 cable (4.5 m)
1 Trigger calbe (4.5 m)
1 Mounting plate (for tripod or suction cup mounting)
1 Suction cup
1 Protection bag
Options
Components
C-MOUNT lense 6 mm, F 1.2, Iris 1.2 to 16, screw fixing for focus and iris, 42 x 46 mm / 125 g
AOI width [pixel]
AOI height [pixel]
Frame rate [fps]
Tf/ms
640
494
74.15
13.49
640
480
76.02
13.15
640
400
88.79
11.26
640
320
106.71
9.37
640
240
133.71
7.48
640
120
215.48
4.64
640
20
439.41
2.28
DEWE-CAM-FW-70: frame rates at different areas of interest
Software
DEWE-CAM-FW-70 AOI (Area Of Interest)
DEWE-CAM-FW-70 package DEWE-CAM-FW-70 connecwith cables, suction cup
tors and mounting plate
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DEWE-CAM-GIGE-120
DEWE-CAM-GIGE-120
GigE video picture acquisition
Up to 120 fps @ 640 x 480 pixels, color
Gigabit ethernet interface (up to 100 m cable length)
Small rugged housing for easy integration
Ready for C-Mount lenses
Synchronization via external trigger
High shock and vibration rating
Real-time data streaming at full resolution
DEWE-CAM-GIGE-120
Specifications
Image device type
1/4” CCD (SONY ICX618)
Picture size
659 x 494 pixels
Cell size
5.6 μm x 5.6 μm
Resolution depth
8 - 14 bit
Lens mount
C-Mount
Interface
Gigabit ethernet (GigE vision compatible)
Frame rates
Up to 120 frames per second in full resolution
Exposure control
10 µs to 10 s
Synchronization
Via external trigger, < 2 µs latency
Power requirements
12 to 24 VDC via HIROSE 12-pin connector (max. 10 meter cable length)
Power consumption
Typical 2.5 W
Dimensions (L x W x H)
35 x 35 x 48 mm (1.4 x 1.4x 1.9 in.) w/o tripod and lens
Mass
90 g w/o tripod and lens
Operating Temperature
-5 °C to +45 °C
Conformity
CE, FCC, RoHS, GigE Vision, GenICam
Package information
Each DEWE-CAM-GIG-E-120 package consists of
1 DEWE-CAM-GIGE-120 camera
1 GBit LAN cable (3 m)
1 Trigger/Power cable (3 m)
1 Mounting plate (for tripod or suction cup mounting)
1 Suction cup
1 Protection bag
Requirements
GBit LAN interface in base unit
min. Core2Duo® 2GHz CPU and 2 GB RAM in base unit
DEWESOFT-7-PROF software
PLUGIN-CAM-GIGE
Options
CAM-LENS-6MM (C-MOUNT lense 6 mm, F 1.2, Iris 1.2 to 16, screw fixing for focus and iris, 42 x 46 mm / 125 g)
DEWE-CAM-GIGE-120: frame rates at different areas of interest
DEWE-CAM-GIGE-120 AOI (Area Of Interest)
AOI width [pixel]
AOI height [pixel]
Frame rate [fps]
640
480
120
640
320
160
640
240
200
640
160
260
640
120
310
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Infrared Camera
DEWE2
Infrared Camera Data Acquisition
Contactless temperature measurement
Dedicated Instruments
Add a FLIR IR camera to any DEWETRON system
for recording analog, digital, CAN, counter,
video and thermal images
Supports FLIR IR cameras
Small and lightweight
Ethernet or FireWire ® interface
Typical accuracy ±2 °C or ±2 % of reading
Fully integrated in DEWESoft
Cursor temperature measurement
Min., max., average temperature in a selected area
Trend graph in time domain
Temperature charts
One example is injection molding where the quality of the final product heavily depends on the allocation of the evenheat to the entire molding frame. Pressure and distance are further relevant measurands for quality assurance.
Research & Development
In product development measuring thermal distribution and heat patterns is a great improvement to support design
and testing procedures. A wide field of applications in areas such as automotive, railway, mechanical testing, microelectronics, industrial plants and many more can be supported with thermal imaging.
Electrical/Mechanical
Thermal imaging cameras are used to measure and visualize temperature distributions of electrical equipment and
machinery.
Predictive maintenance concepts lead to substantial cost savings for our customers.
Automation
Industrial process monitoring and product verification are areas, where precise temperature detection (even through
steam or smoke) is used to ensure stable operating conditions.
Gas Imaging
Contactless leak detection during operation is used at plants. Repair downtime is reduced and safety is exceptionally high as critical areas are monitored from a distance.
Building
Infrared thermography is used to improve and diagnose energy efficiency, moisture and electrical problems within
buildings.
Supported FLIR cameras:
A300, A310, A315, A320, A325, A615
SC305, SC325, SC645, SC655
Front-ends
In production DEWETRON systems with thermal imaging cameras are used to optimize and monitor critical, quality
relevant processes.
Signal Conditioning
Production
Components
Thermography systems are useful for many applications, especially in the fields of:
Software
Alarm conditioned triggering
Instruments
Automatic range change
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Configurations
anal
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can
coun
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v id e o
Infrared camera
DEWE-2600 or any other
DEWETRON system
Mixed signal recording
Infrared camera
Notebook
Infrared camera data acquisition
IR-data acquisition synchronized with video, analog and digital channels, CAN, GPS, counters …
This DEWESoft setup shows the IR heat image of a PCB with 8 chips under test. The cursor temperature on each chip
is monitored (digital instruments) and each temperature profile is plotted at the bottom. As heat images are stored as
matrices internally, any mathematic function can be applied per measurement point, per line (providing wave graphs)
or per defined area, including statistical functions such as minimum, maximum, average, etc.
Additional channels are synchronously measured and displayed. In the top right corner of the screenshot there is
real-time video, the right column of digital instruments shows measured currents and the recorder on the far right
shows an additional analogue measurement channel.
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Infrared Camera
Special Features
Enhanced features:
Level/sense change (Upper limit, lower limit sensitivity)
Cursor temperature. (Up to 10 points)
Max., min., average temperature in the area (statistics)
Automatically range change.(-40° to 120° Celsius degree range <->0° to 500° Celsius degree range)
Trend graph in time domain on cross cursor
Mathematics at trend graph
Statistical functions such as Minimum, Maximum, Average can be calculated for a defined reference area.
Software
Components
Signal Conditioning
3D plot shows temperature peaks and valleys, including delta cursor to measure temperature difference between
two points.
Front-ends
Instruments
Wave graph
Dedicated Instruments
Compatible to every new DEWETRON system
DEWE2
Supports FLIR cameras of A series and SC series
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Application examples
Electronics engineering - quality control
The heat-image shows a PCB with 8 ICs in a vertical row, the 7th chip showing unusual high temperature – fault is
imminent.
Electrical installtion - safety check
Electrical cabinet with warming from high currents shown in heat image – the fuse on the right side is much warmer
than the rest; it shows one circuit under high load
Rotating machines condition monitoring
DEWESoft screenshot showing the heat image of an electric motor including bearings
with three cursor positions
for spot temperature readings, live video and different
analog and digital meters to
visualize temperature data.
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High-speed Video
DEWE2
High-speed Video
Easy to use
No post synchronisation needed
Synchronous to all other measurement channels
Fast and easy installation
Dedicated Instruments
1 fps to 500 000 fps
DEWETRON has offered the capability to capture synchronised video and measurement data for several years, providing an extremely useful visualization tool to help understand complex physical behaviour in addition to analysis of
recorded sensor data.
However, in some applications conventional video offering
frame rates up to 100 frames per second is simply to slow
to capture high-speed events, and therefore high-speed
video is required.
Specifications
Camera Models
SA5
SA4
SA3
SA2
SA1.1
APX RS
Single Unit camera design
*
*
*
*
*
*
Gigabit Ethernet interface
*
*
*
*
*
*
Suatable for operation in
High-G / High vibration
enviroment
Maximum resolution
*
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1024 x 1024 pixels
1024 x 1024 pixels
1024 x 1024 pixels
2048 x 2048 pixels
1024 x 1024 pixels
1024 x 1024 pixels
Maximum frame rate @
full resolution
7000
3600
2000
1080
5400
3000
Maximum frame rate @
reduced reolution
775000
500000
120000
86000
675000
250000
Memory capacity [GB]
8/16/32
8/16/32
2/4/8
8/16/32
8/16/32
2.6/8/16
Max. recording lenght @
full resolution [frames]
4000/8000/16000
4000/8000/16000
1000/2000/4000
2000/4000/8000
4000/8000/16000
1300/4000/8000
Minimum Global Shutter
Time
1us
1us
2us
1us
1us
2us
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Auto Exposure Adjustment
Components
So if you want to capture video at 100 fps or 10000 fps,
and sensor data up 100 MHz, DEWETRON offers the data
acquisition solution to give you what you need.
Software
If you have high-speed video data from other cameras,
DEWESoft also supports post synchronization of any highspeed video via a simple and effective setup interface.
Signal Conditioning
Front-ends
Instruments
Automotive, aerospace, biomechanics, sport science,
and industrial applications, often use high-speed video to
capture physical phenomena, and high-speed cameras
from Photron are now fully implemented in our DEWESoft
software package, so setup and synchronisation is fully
controlled via DEWESoft’s intuitive user interface. Setting
up a measurement is easy to do, eliminating the need for
complex post capture synchronisation. With frame rates
up to 7500 fps @ 1024 x 1000 pixels, or even faster with
reduced resolution, combining high-speed video with sensor data provides valuable information, in a fast and easy
to interpret format.
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System Configuration Photron System
SYNC
ETHERNET
Camera is connected via Ethernet
and synchronisation cable to DEWETRON unit.
System Requirements
Any DEWETRON system equipped with
PHOTRON CAM
1 free Ethernet port
1 available DEWE-ORION counter input
Strong light source
The camera is triggered by DEWESoft, synchronized to any
analog or digital input channel, which could be an acceleration, pressure, or some other physical parameter. Pre- and
Post time, frame rate, resolution and shutter are set, and the
synchronization technology behind will handle the sensor
data and high-speed video matched perfectly together.
The data is first stored only in the camera, giving a live view
of both the sensor data and video images during capture,
and immediately after capture the video and sensor data
can be synchronously replayed. If you are happy with the
results, the video can be downloaded from the camera, or
you can immediately rearm the measurement to repeat the
test.
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DEWE-VGPS-HSC
100 Hz GPS engine
Supports differential GPS (SBAS) as a standard
USB and CAN interfaces
Additional analog voltage output for speed and pulse output for distance
Lowest latency time at speed and distance output
Online signal quality monitoring for standalone applications
Special feature: Clock output for synchronizing multiple DEWETRON instruments
DEWE-VGPS-HSC
Measurement specifications
Speed
Absolute position
valid for USB, CAN
Accuracy
0.1 km/h ±0.05 % of range 1)
Accuracy
< 40 cm CEP 4)
Min to Max
0.1 km/h to 500 km/h
Refresh rate
1 to 100 Hz
Resolution
0.01 km/h
Resolution
< 10 cm
Analog output
25 mV/km/h 2) (0 to 5 V)
Latency time
< 2 ms using DEWESoft
Displacement
Timing
Accuracy
< 20 cm/km 3)
Trigger accuracy
100 ns
Digital output
500 pls/m 2) (TTL level)
Clock acc. GPS locked
without drift
Refresh rate
1 to 100 Hz
Clock acc. GPS unlocked
< 1 ppm
Latency time
12 ms
Clock/Trigger signal level
TTL (LVDS for ORION-1624)
Instruments
GPS based speed and displacement sensor
Dedicated Instruments
DEWE2
DEWE-VGPS-HSC
Speed, displacement, USB, CAN, VGPS display, timebase generator
Power supply
9 to 36 VDC, 3 W
Dimensions
130 x 89 x 43 mm (5.1 x 3.5 x 1.7 in.)
Display: 131 x 64 x 27 mm (5.2 x 2.5 x 1.1 in.)
Weight
410 g (1.63 lbs)
Display: 265 g (0.58 lbs)
Operating temperature
0 °C to 60 °C (standard)
Storage temperature
-20 °C to +70 °C
Humidity (operating)
10 % to 80 %, non condensing; 5 % to 95 %, rel. humidity
(2) Free programmable
Vibration
MIL-STD 810F 514.5 procedure I
(3) Acquiring more than 6 satellites,
(1) Acquiring more than 6 satellites,
averaged over 3 values
driving at constant speed
frequency range: 5 to 200 to 5 Hz; 5 x 12 min each direction
(4) Circular Error Probable
displacement amplitude ±3.5 mm (5 to 8.45 Hz)
• 40 cm differential operation
acceleration amplitude 1 g (8.45 to 92 Hz)
using local base station
displacement amplitude 92 to 113 Hz: ±0.029 mm
• 90 cm differential operation
acceleration amplitude 1.5 g (113 to 200 Hz)
Shock
using BEACON
MIL-STD 810F 516.5 procedure I
• 1.8 m differential operation
non operating test procedure
using SBAS
½ sinus 11 ms 10 g, 3 shocks positive, 3 shocks negative
•3m
autonomous operation
Applications
(optional)
(optional)
Event mark input
Event mark input
CAN
USB
Analog output
DEWE-VGPS-HSC
DEWE-VGPS-HSC
Speed and displacement measurement with systems running DEWESoft
Pulse output
Speed and displacement measurement with third party systems
sync out
clock output
sync in
Software
operating test procedure
Signal Conditioning
SMA connector for GPS antenna, LEMO connectors for event mark input and power supply
Output
Components
Input
Front-ends
System specifications
sync in
DEWE-VGPS-HSC
clock output
DEWE-VGPS-HSC
Synchronization of multiple DEWETRON instruments over long distances
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DEWE-VGPS-HS
High speed GPS based speed and displacement sensor
100 Hz GPS engine
Supports differential GPS (SBAS) as a standard
RS-232 interface (external USB converter)
Speed and displacement update rate up to 100 Hz
Position update rate up to 50 Hz
Lowest latency using unique PPS sync over RS232/USB interface
Perfectly suited for DEWETRON systems running DEWESoft software
DEWE-VGPS-HS
Measurement specifications
Speed
Absolute position
valid for RS-232, USB
Accuracy
0.1 km/h ±0.05 % of range 1)
Accuracy
< 40 cm CEP 3)
Min to Max
0.1 km/h to 500 km/h
Refresh rate
5 to 50 Hz
Resolution
0.01 km/h
Resolution
< 10 cm
Refresh rate
5 to 100 Hz
Latency time
< 2 ms using DEWESoft
Displacement
Accuracy
< 20 cm/km 2)
Refresh rate
5 to 100 Hz
System specifications
Input
SMA connector for GPS antenna, Lemo for event input and power supply
Output
DSUB-9 for RS-232, USB (ext. conververter), Lemo for VGPS display
Power Supply
6 to 36 VDC, 2 W
Dimensions
115 x 93 x 35 mm (4.5 x 3.6 x 1.4 in.)
Display: 131 x 64 x 27 mm (5.2 x 2.5 x 1.1 in.)
Weight
740 g (1.63 lbs)
Display: 265 g (0.58 lbs)
Operating temperature
0 °C to 60 °C (standard)
Storage temperature
-20 °C to +70 °C
Humidity (operating)
10 % to 80 %, non condensing
(1) Acquiring more than 6 satellites,
averaged over 3 values
5 % to 95 %, rel. humidity
Vibration
(2) Acquiring more than 6 satellites,
MIL-STD 810F 514.5 procedure I
driving at constant speed
operating test procedure
frequency range: 5 to 200 to 5 Hz; 5 x 12 min each direction
displacement amplitude ±3.5 mm (5 to 8.45 Hz)
(3) Circular Error Probable
• 40 cm differential operation
acceleration amplitude 1 g (8.45 to 92 Hz)
displacement amplitude 92 to 113 Hz: ±0.029 mm
using local base station
• 90 cm differential operation
acceleration amplitude 1.5 g (113 to 200 Hz)
Shock
MIL-STD 810F 516.5 procedure I
using BEACON
• 1.8 m differential operation
non operating test procedure
using SBAS
½ sinus 11 ms 10 g, 3 shocks positive, 3 shocks negative
•3m
autonomous operation
Application
RS-232
(optional)
Event mark input
Antenna
DEWE-VGPS-HS
Speed and displacement measurement with systems running DEWESoft
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Encoder
DEWE2
Encoder
Different encoders down to 0.1 ° resolution available
(3600 pulses / revolution)
1)
Torsional Vibration
Rotational Vibration
Combustion Analysis
The DEWE-CRANKANGLE-CPU is already integrated in DEWE-xxxx-CA2-PROF systems!
The CA-RIE-xxx sensors offer TTL signal output and can be connected
directly to any DEWE-CA or torsional and rotational vibration analysis
systems from DEWETRON.
The function is based on transmission light principle. An infrared beam
is emitted and received at the sensor unit. The customized marker disk
(with slits) is mounted in-between the sensors gate. The slits will interrupt the infrared beam, the receiver transforms the light to voltage.
The marker disk is manufactured according to your specifications.
There are two possible types available:
360 slits = 1° resolution (outer diameter 120 mm)
720 slits = 0.5° resolution (outer diameter 230 mm)
(Other diameters on request)
The angle encoder was mainly developed to be mounted between
engine and brake shaft, where you can hardly mount an encoder. The
disk can be easily mounted between the flange of the engine and
brake shaft.
The optional magnetic “Quick Mounting Kit”
for test installation will minimize the setup
time. Use this only for test installation - for
real measurements it has to be mounted
stiff and secure at the test pad!
Typical examples for mounting the torsional vibration
encoder between engine and brake
In conjunction with the DEWE-CRANKANGLECPU the resolution can be increased up to
0.1°. This module is already integrated in
any DEWE-xxxx-CA-PROF system, but can
be used as a stand-alone box for any other
system also.
Instruments
CA-ENCODER-xxx
Applications
Combustion Analysis
Front-ends
CA-RIE-xxx
Signal Conditioning
Pulses per
Diameter
Max. Output
Resolution
Max. rpm
General description
revolution
of disc
freq. [kHz]
CA-RIE-360
360
1°
121.6 mm
12000
125
Rugged industrial encoder sensor
(4.79 in.)
with 1 zero puls per revolution
CA-RIE-720
720
0.5°
236.2 mm
10000
125
Optimized for use with
( 9.30 in.)
DEWE-CRANKANGLE-CPU 1)
to reach resolutions up to 0.1°
Sensor size: 25.5 x 39.5 x 47.5 mm
(1.0 x 1.55 x 1.87 in.)
Temp. Range -10 °C to 60 °C
(extented temp. range on request)
CA-ENCODER-900
900
0.4°
9000
300
Incremental hollow shaft encoder
CA-ENCODER-3600
3600
0.1°
5000
300
IP65 protected
12 mm shaft diameter
(end to end hollow shaft)
incl. fixturing and 10 m cable
Size: 72 x 45 x 51 mm
(2.81 x 1,76 x 2 in.)
Temp. Range -20 °C to 85 °C
Models
Components
Encoder sensors
Software
Perfect for Combustion Analysis
or Torsional and Rotational Vibration Applications
Dedicated Instruments
Fits perfectly to all DEWE-ORION boards
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Tape Sensor
Tape Sensor
The optical tape sensor SE-TAPE-01 is a speed
and angle sensor using a black/white tape which
is glued on a rotating part. The reflection is converted into a TTL signal, bandwidth 100 kHz.
The sensor consists of a tiny electronics part
and a 5 m fiber optic cable terminated with a M6
screw. Thus areas where space is very limited
still can be reached conveniently.
Specifications
SE-TAPE-01
Supply voltage
9 - 30 VDC
Supply current
120 mA
Max. input frequency
100 kHz
Output
TTL
Rise time
200 ns
Fall time
<1.5 µs
Temperature range
-10 to 50 °C non condensing
Temperature fiber sensor
-40 to 100 °C
Temperature B&W tape
Field balancing
General rpm measurements
Rotational and torsional
vibration analysis
Angle based display
150 g ( 0.33 lb.)
Working area of probe
2 - 5 mm
Trigger level adjustable
potentiometer 3/4 turn
@ 60 pulses/rev, 2 mm tape: < ±1.5 % deviation from average
speed around current position
Probe diameter
M6 x 20 mm
Black/white tape
2 mm black, 2 mm white; width 10 mm; 1 m tape included
Connector
Order tracking
-10 to 60 °C
Weight
TRG deviation
Applications
Lemo FGG.1B.307, directly fits to a DEWETRON counter input
Sensor position
The sensor should be placed about
2 to 5mm above the tape. A sensitivity potentiometer is available to
adjust the trigger level for reliable
pulse output.
Automatic gap detection
When applying the black/white tape
to the rotating shaft there will be an
irregular rasterization at the transition point. This can be used as the
zero pulse to indicate a defined
start position. On the other hand
this would result in a rpm drop or
spike in our rpm measurement.
A software procedure automatically
measures the pulses per revolution and also detects the exact gap
length to enable robust and highquality measurement.
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Transition point of tape
blue = angle 0 - 360°
red = rpm
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Tacho Probe
DEWE2
Tacho Probe
Applications
Order tracking
Balancing
TACHO-PROBE-01 /-02
The optical SE-TACHO-PROBE-x creates a trigger signal based on light reflections from a screw head, a flute, a color mark
or a reflective tape on a rotating shaft. From this trigger signal rpm and angle information are extracted in software.
The tacho probe outputs an analog signal and has a bandwidth of 10 kHz. The probe must be adjusted to get a clear
trigger signal per revolution. The typical distance of the probe to the object is about 1 to 2 cm.
Specifications
Length
Temperature range
SE-TACHO-PROBE-01 /-02
140 mm
-10 to +60 °C
Min. frequency
<10 Hz depending on reflection
Max. frequency
~10 kHz depending on reflection
Supply voltage
9 - 15 VDC
Typical phase shift
SE-TACHO-PROBE-02
5 m cable, terminated with a BNC plug
(for DAQP-LV-BNC module) and a Lemo
FGG.1B.307 plug (to DEWETRON counter input)
25 mA
@1 pulse/rev 50 kHz sampling rate
600 rpm 0 deg
6000 rpm 6 deg
(depending on reflection,
measured on testbed)
Signal Conditioning
Current consumption
Quick mounting kit
SE-TACHO-PROBE-02 with magnetic quick mounting kit, connected to a
DEWETRON instrument. The quick mounting kit is recommende for test installations only, for robust measurements the tacho probe must be mounted stiff
and secure at the test bench.
TACHO-PROBE-03
The SE-TACHO-PROBE-03
is especially designed for
contact-free speed measurements on rotating or
reciprocating machine parts. It produces a voltage pulse for each
rotation of a shaft or cycle of a machine part.
Specifications
RPM range
Operating range
Laser spot
Current requirements
Voltage requirements
Signal output
It is used with the included retroreflective tape which has the
advantage that it can be located any distance from 1.5 to at least
70 cm (0.6 to 27“) from the test object, thus safely separating the
probe from possible contact with moving parts or an otherwise
hazardous environment.
Laser
The tacho probe can be used with any IEPE constant current line
drive supply that provides 3 mA to power the tacho probe, like
TRION-dACC.
Dimensions
Temperature range
Weight
Mounting
SE-TACHO-PROBE-03
0 - 300 000 @ 1 pulse/rev
1.5 - 50 cm / requires retroreflective tape
<5 mm at 50 cm
3 to 20 mA
≥20 V
-0,8 Vp +-0.2 V re DC bias output,
Rise and Fall time <500 ns
Class 3R. visible 660-690nm, CW,
P[optical] < 2 mW.
Complies with EN/IEC 60825-1:2007
Operting: -10 to +50°C
Storage: -20 to +80°C
50 g
Diameter 22.5 mm, lenght 91 mm
Components
SE-TACHO-PROBE-01
5 m cable terminated with a DB-9 plug
(matching DAQP-LV-D modules)
Instruments
Useful trigger signal per revolution
Software
Sensor in application
Front-ends
Angle based display
Dedicated Instruments
Simple rpm measurements
Mounting: ¼" – 20 UNC (camera tripod),
10–32UNF and M4 on the flat side of the
probe; M22–1 thread with flange on front
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Crankangle CPU
DEWE-Crankangle-CPU
Universal clock conditioner for angle based data acquisition,
especially suited for combustion analyzer applications
Isolated input for crank angle (CA) or encoder sensors
Quadrature encoder input supports X1, X2 and X4 modes
CA input is free programmable - number of teeth and holes
(i.e. 60-2 encoder)
CA input supports pickup sensors or TTL signals
Absolute long time stable
The DEWE-CRANKANGLE-CPU offers a universal clock multiplier suited especially for combustion analyzer applications where angle synchronous data acquisition is needed. A wide range of angle sensors is supported:
Quadrature encoder (X1, X2 or X4)
Pulses + trigger (CDM)
Car´s built-in crank-angle sensor with up to 3 gaps; e.g. 60-2-2-2
Car´s built-in crank-angle sensor with double teeth ; e.g. 36+1
In-car crank angle sensors, such as 60-2, deliver a non-equidistant pulse signal because a few pulses per revolution are missing to get information about the absolute crank shaft position. To make such sensor signal useful for
e.g. combustion analyzer application, the gaps have to be filled up and the angle resolution must be increased to
get accurate angle position information. There is a free definable clock multiplier from 1 to 100 to reach sufficient
angle resolution.
A clock devider and auxiliary I/O signals for customized controlling are included as well. Programming is done via
RS-232 or RS-485 interface.
An optional level converter CA-CPU-ADAP-LVDS-RS422 is available to convert LVDS / RS422 to TTL level. This
enables connection of crank angle sensors with LVDS (e.g. AVL 365C, Kistler 2614A) or RS422 output to the DEWECRANKANGLE-CPU.
DEWE-CRANKANGLE-CPU
Input sources
System specification
Quadrature encoder
Programming interface
R-S232 or RS-485
Modes
X1, X2 and X4
Supply voltage
9 to 15 V
Signal level
TTL, protected to 25 Volt
Power requirements
1 W, without sensor power
Edge sensitivity
rising or falling
Maximum sensor supply
5 W @ 5 Volt, 2 W @ ± 15 Volt
Maximum input frequency
1 MHz
Dimensions
165 x 115 x 50 mm (6.5 x 4.5 x 2 in.)
Weight
740 g (1.63 lbs)
CDM Sensor
Signal level
TTL, protected to 25 Volt
Environmental
Egde sensitivity
rising, falling or both
Operating temperature
0 °C to 60 °C (standard)
Maximum input frequency
1 MHz
Storage temperature
-20 °C to +70 °C
Humidity (operating)
10 % to 80 %, non condensing
In car CA sensor
Sensor types
Inductive or hall effect (TTL)
Input voltage, inductive
up to ± 80 Volt
Switching levels
0.5 or 2 Volt
Operating test temperature
MIL-STD 810F 514.5 procedure I
Supported sensor types
Free programmable
Frequency range
5 to 200 to 5 Hz; 5 x 12 min each direction
Number of „holes“
1, 2 or 3
Displacement amplitude
±3.5 mm (5 to 8.45 Hz)
Number of teeth between holes
3 to 127
Acceleration amplitude
1 g (8.45 to 92 Hz)
Maximum input frequency
100 kHz
Displacement amplitude
92 to 113 Hz: ±0.029 mm
Acceleration amplitude
1.5 g (113 to 200 Hz)
Clock multiplier / divider
Programmable factor
1 to 100 or bypass
Programmable divider
1 to 100
Output signals
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5 % to 95 %, rel. humidity
Vibration
Shock
non operating test procedure
MIL-STD 810F 516.5 procedure I
½ sinus 11 ms 10 g
Maximum output frequncy
1 MHz
Output level
TTL/CMOS
Maximum current
50 mA
3 shocks positive, 3 shocks negative
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Current Transducers
DEWE2
High Precision Current Transducers
Three to six channels
Models from 200 A pk to 1000 A pk
High linearity
Low offset
Specifications
Model
PM-MCTC 60
PM-MCTS 200
PM-MCTS 400
PM-MCTS 700
PM-MCTS 1000
PM-867-60I
PM-867-200I
PM-867-400I
PM-867-700I
PM-867-1000IHF
DC, Peak
60 A
200 A
400 A
700 A
1000 A
RMS Sinus
40 A
140 A
280 A
500 A
700 A
Transducer
Primary Current Range
Overload Ability
Normal Operation
Short Time (100 mS)
110 % (220 Apk)
110 % (220 Apk)
110 % (440 Apk)
110 % (770 Apk)
110 % (1100 Apk)
500 % (1000 Apk)
500 % (1000 Apk)
500 % (2000 Apk)
500 % (3500 Apk)
500 % (5000 Apk)
Bandwidth
DC … 1 MHz
DC … 1 MHz
DC … 500 kHz
DC … 250 kHz
DC … 1 MHz
Temperature Influence
1 ppm/K
1 ppm/K
1 ppm/K
1 ppm/K
1 ppm/K
Output Ratio
200 mApk
bei 60 Apk
200 mApk
bei 200 Apk
200m Apk
bei 400 Apk
400 mApk
bei 700 Apk
1 Apk
bei 1000 Apk
Linearity
0.001 %
0.001 %
0.001 %
0.001 %
0.001 %
Offset
0.004 %
0.004 %
0.004 %
0.004 %
0.004 %
0.03 %/kHz
0.03 %/kHz
0.06 %/kHz
0.12 %/kHz
0.03 %/kHz
0.01° + 0.045°/kHz
0.01° + 0.045°/kHz
0.01° + 0.06°/kHz
0.01° + 0.12°/kHz
0.01° + 0.045°/kHz
PM-MCTS-BR5
PM-MCTS-BR5
PM-MCTS-BR5
PM-MCTS-BR5
PM-MCTS-BR1
Frequency Influence
Angular Influence
Shunt
Amplitude-/ phase-error depending on frequency
100.000
Amplitude-error depending on range (DC)
10.000
10.000
1.000
1.000
0.100
0.100
Phase-error
0
5
Amplitude-error (%)
0.001
50
500
5000
50000
500000
0
20
Frequency (Hz)
60
80
100
Range (%)
Nominal Current Range
Optional Shunts
40
Basic Three
Channel System
Additional
Current Channel
Optional Shunt
60 A (Transducer PM-867-60I)
PM-MCTS-60
PM-CM-60
PM-MCTS-BR5
200 A (Transducer PM-867-200I)
PM-MCTS-200
PM-CM-200
PM-MCTS-BR5
400 A (Transducer PM-867-400I)
PM-MCTS-400
PM-CM-400
PM-MCTS-BR5
700 A (Transducer PM-867-700I)
PM-MCTS-700
PM-CM-700
PM-MCTS-BR5
1000 A (Transducer PM-867-1000IHF)
PM-MCTS-1000
PM-CM-1000
- MCTS Rack
PM-MCTS-BR1
PM-MCTS-BR2.5
PM-MCTS-BR5
1 A / 1 Ω / 1 W Shunt
800 mA / 2,5 Ω / 1 W
400 mA / 5 Ω / 1 W
- 3 Transducer Heads
for MCTS 1000
Shunt for MCTS 700
Shunt for MCTS 200/400
- 3 Connection Cables 10 m
Amplitude Accuracy
0.1 %
0.05 %
0.05 %
- Power Cord
Angular Accuracy
1° at 100 kHz
1° at 100 kHz
1° at 100 kHz
Frequency Range
300 kHz / 0.5 dB
300 kHz / 0.5 dB
300 kHz / 0.5 dB
PM-MCTS-BR1
- 1 internal Power Supply
- 1 Plug-On Shunt
- 3 internal Power Supplies - 1 Transducer Head
- 1 Connection Cable
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Amplitude-error
Components
0.010
0.010
0.001
Instruments
Model overview 60 A - 1000 A
Front-ends
Power supply PM-MCTS
Signal Conditioning
Low phase error
Dedicated Instruments
High bandwidth
273
Current Transducers
2000 A - 5000 A
ULTRASTAB SATURN
Primary Nominal current (Ipn)
Programmable in steps of
Current Output
PM-SATURN-5000I-140
PM-SATURN-2000U
PM-SATURN-5000U-140
2000 A
125 A
5000 A
250 A
2000 A
125 A
5000 A
250 A
Polarity
Nom. output range
Voltage Output
PM-SATURN-2000IHF
Bipolar
Bipolar
± 1.0 A
± 2.0 A
Max. output load
1.5 Ω
0.75 Ω
Overload capacity (normal operation)
15 %
15 %
15 %
15 %
500 % (0.1 s)
1000 % (0.1 s)
500 % (0.1 s)
1000 % (0.1 s)
Overload capacity (fault)
Absolute calibration (23 ºC amb.)
±10 V
5 mA
-
-
< 50 ppm
< 50 ppm
Linearity error
< 2 ppm
< 3 ppm
< 4 ppm
< 5 ppm
Gain accuracy
< 4 ppm
< 6 ppm
-
-
Measuring/ratio stability
Vs. temp.
Vs. time
< 1 ppm/ºC
< 1 ppm/month
< 1 ppm/ºC
< 1 ppm/month
≤ 2 ppm/ºC
< 2 ppm/month
≤ 2 ppm/ºC
< 2 ppm/month
Offset
Initial
Drift vs. temperature
Drift vs. time
< 2 ppm (adj.)
< 0.5 ppm/ºC
< 1 ppm/month
< 2 ppm (adj.)
< 0.5 ppm/ºC
< 1 ppm/month
< 2 ppm (adj.)
< 0.6 ppm/ºC
< 1 ppm/month
< 2 ppm (adj.)
< 0.6 ppm/ºC
< 1 ppm/month
< 0.1 ppm
< 2 ppm
< 4 ppm
< 0.1 ppm
< 2 ppm
< 4 ppm
< 0.1 ppm
< 2 ppm
< 4 ppm
< 0.1 ppm
< 2 ppm
< 4 ppm
< 10 µV
< 10 µV
< 10 µV
< 10 µV
> 20 A / µS
> 20 A / µS
> 20 A / µS
> 20 A / µS
< 1 uS
< 1 uS
< 1 uS
< 1 uS
0 – 300 kHz
(<5 % of Ip)
0 – 50 kHz
(<5 % of Ip)
0 – 300 kHz
(<5 % of Ip)
0 – 50 kHz
(<5 % of Ip)
Output noise (RMS)
DC - 10 Hz
DC - 10 kHz
DC - 50 kHz
Noise feedback to main conductor
DC – 100 kHz (RMS)
Dynamic response correctly
followed to 0.1%
Delay time
Bandwidth
(3 dB, small signal 0.5%)
Test voltages
5 KV ACRMS
5 KV ACRMS
Operating temperature
Electronics
Measuring heads
10 - 40 ºC
0 - 55 ºC
10 - 40 ºC
0 - 55 ºC
Supply voltages
Supply current/power
Busbar free zone to be within linearity spec.
Cylinder shape (diameter x length)
Cable length
Standard
Optional
Electronics
Dimension
Weight
Transducer heads
Dimension
Weight
100 / 115 / 230 VAC, +/-10 % -50/60 Hz
100 / 115 / 230 VAC, +/-10 % - 50/60 Hz
50 VA
100 VA
50 VA
100 VA
ø 220 x 220 mm
(8.6 x 8.6 in.)
T.B.D
ø 220 x 220 mm
(8.6 x 8.6 in.)
T.B.D
2.5 m
30 m
2.5 m
30 m
2.5 m
30 m
2.5 m
30 m
Rack mount
483 x 89 x 371 mm (19 x 3.5 x 14.6 in.)
5 kg (11.1 lb.)
With ø50 hole
165 x 200 x 50 mm
(6.5 x 7.9 x 2 in.)
3.5 kg (7.72 lb.)
With ø150 hole
350 x 350 x 92 mm
(13.8 x 13.8 x 3.6 in.)
17 kg (30.86 lb.)
Rack mount
483 x 89 x 371 mm (19 x 3.5 x 14.6 in.)
5 kg (11.1 lb.)
With ø50 hole
165 x 200 x 50 mm
(6.5 x 7.9 x 2 in.)
3.5 kg (7.72 lb.)
With ø150 hole
350 x 350 x 92 mm
(13.8 x 13.8 x 3.6 in.)
17 kg (30.86 lb.)
2 models of current transducer systems
2000 A
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5000 A
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Working temperature
Connector type
AC input range
0.01 to 12 A
Output
100 mV/A
% accuracy
0.01 to 0.1 A
≤ 3 % +0.1 mV
0.1 to 1 A
≤ 2.5 %
1 to 5 A
5 to 12 A
≤ 0.5 %
Phase shift
0.04 to 6 A
≤ 0.5°
-10° to +55°C
Temperature drift
≤ 0.2 % of output signal per 10K
C16-1, 6+PE
Fits to following systems
DEWE-5xx-PNA
Phase shift
0.01 to 0.1 A
not specified
0.1 to 1 A
≤ 5°
≤1%
1 to 5 A
≤ 3°
≤1%
5 to 12 A
≤ 3°
PNA-CLAMP-10
Bandwidth
40 Hz ... 10 kHz
Working temperature
-10° to +55°C
Temperature drift
≤ 0.2 % of output signal per 10K
Connector type
C16-1, 6+PE
Fits to following systems
DEWE-5xx-PNA
PNA-CLAMP-20 / PNA-CLAMP-20-B
AC input range
0.1 to 24 A
Output
100 mV/A
% accuracy
0.1 to 20 A
selectable
0.5 to 240 A
10 mV/A
≤ 1 % +50 mV
Bandwidth
40 Hz ... 10 kHz
Phase shift
0.1 to 20 A
not specified
Working temperature
-10° to +55°C
Temperature drift
Connector type
C16-1, 6+PE for PNA-CLAMP-20
Fits to following systems
DEWE-5xx-PNA, DEWE-5xx-PNA-1MS for PNA-CLAMP-20
0.5 to 10 A
≤ 3 % +5 mV
10 to 40 A
≤ 2.5 % +5mV
40 to 100 A
≤ 2 % +5mV
100 to 240 A
≤ 1 % +5mV
0.5 to 10 A
not specified
10 to 40 A
≤ 5°
40 to 100 A
≤ 3°
100 to 240 A
≤ 2.5°
≤ 0.15 % of output signal per 10K
Safety banana sockets (4 mm) for CLAMP-20-B
All systems with DAQ series amplifiers for PNA-CLAMP-20-B
PNA-CLAMP-150-DC
Current range
300 ADC or ACpeak
Power supply
±15 V ±10 %, external
OPTION for
Cont. current measurement
150 ADC or ACRMS
Overload capability
500 ADC (for 1 min)
Output sensitivity
20 mV/A (w.r.t. 0 V)
Accuracy (+ 25 °C)
±1 % of reading ±2 mA
Resolution
±1 mA
Frequency Range
DC to 100 kHz (-1 dB)
Max. conductor size
SUB D(TED); (SUBD modules
required for TEDS support)
Supply (LEMO; incl. jaws
status); Adapter SUB D-banana
included
32 mm diameter
Jaw status
0 V (Lo) / +15 V (Hi)
Relative zero correction
Auto zero at switch on
* DEWE-2600/2602:
* For others:
Connector
0.5U-CLAMP-DC-POWER-4/-8
CLAMP-DC-POWER-4/-8
PNA-CLAMP-1800-DC
Current range
1800 ADC or ACpeak
Output sensitivity
1 mV/A (w.r.t. ±2.5 V)
DC Accuracy (0-1000A)
±0.8 % of reading ±0.5 A
1
DC Accuracy (1000-1500A)
Power supply
1
±1.8 % of reading ±0.5 A
Overall Accuracy (0-1000A)²
±2.5 % of reading ±0.5 A
Overall Accuracy (1000-1500A)²
±3.5 % of reading
Overall Accuracy (1500-1800A)²
±5 % of reading
±9 V ±5 %, external
OPTION for
* DEWE-2600/2602:
Accuracy (+ 25 °C)
* For others:
Connector
0.5U-CLAMP-DC-POWER-4/-8
CLAMP-DC-POWER-4/-8
SUB D(TED); (SUBD modules
required for TEDS support)
Supply (LEMO); Adapter SUB
D-banana included
Resolution
±20 mA
Max. conductor size
32 mm diameter
Frequency Range
DC to 20 kHz (-1 dB)
Relative zero correction
Push button
PNA-CLAMP-1000
AC input range
0.001 to 1200 A
Output
1 mA/A
% accuracy
1 to 100 mA
≤ 3 % +5 µA
1 to 100 mA
not specified
0.1 to 1 A
≤ 2 % +3 µA
0.1 to 1 A
not specified
1 to 10 A
≤1%
1 to 10 A
≤ 2°
10 to 100 A
≤ 0.5 %
10 to 100 A
≤ 1°
100 to 1200 A
≤ 0.3 %
100 to 1200 A
≤ 0.7°
Bandwidth
30 Hz ... 5 kHz
Working temperature
-10° to +50°C
Connector type
Fits to following systems
C16-1, 6+PE
DEWE-5xx-PNA
Phase shift
Temperature drift
Dedicated Instruments
40 Hz ... 10 kHz
Front-ends
0.04 to 6 A
Bandwidth
Signal Conditioning
60 mV/A
% accuracy
Components
0.04 to 6 A
Output
Software
AC input range
Instruments
PNA-CLAMP-5
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Clamps & Ampflex
≤ 0.2 % of output signal per 10K
275
Current Measurement Sensors
PNA-A100-200-45 / PNA-A100-200-80
AC input range
0.5 to 200 A
Output
10 mV/A
0.5 to 2000 A
% accuracy
0.5 to 5 A
not specified
0.5 to 5 A
not specified
5 to 200 A
≤1%
5 to 2000 A
≤1%
selectable
1 mV/A
Bandwidth
10 Hz ... 20 kHz
Phase shift
0.5 to 5 A
≤ 0.7°
0.5 to 5 A
≤ 0.7°
5 to 200 A
≤ 0.7°
5 to 2000 A
≤ 0.7°
Working temperature
-10° to +55°C (maximum temperature for sensor is 90°C)
Temperature drift
≤ 0.5 % of output signal per 10K
Connector type
Safty banana jacks (4 mm)
Length of coil
Fits to following systems All systems with DAQ series amplifiers
45 cm for PNA-A100-200-45
80 cm for PNA-A100-200-80
PNA-A100-300-45 / PNA-A100-300-80
AC input range
0.5 to 300 A
Output
10 mV/A
0.5 to 3000 A
% accuracy
0.5 to 5 A
not specified
0.5 to 5 A
not specified
5 to 300 A
≤1%
5 to 3000 A
≤1%
selectable
1 mV/A
Bandwidth
10 Hz ... 20 kHz
Phase shift
0.5 to 5 A
≤ 0.7°
0.5 to 5 A
≤ 0.7°
5 to 300 A
≤ 0.7°
5 to 3000 A
≤ 0.7°
Working temperature
-10° to +55°C (maximum temperature for sensor is 90°C)
Temperature drift
≤ 0.5 % of output signal per 10K
Connector type
Safty banana jacks (4mm)
Length of coil
45 cm for PNA-A100-300-45
Fits to following systems All systems with DAQ series amplifiers
80 cm for PNA-A100-300-80
AC input range
0.5 to 1000 A
0.5 to 10000 A
Output
10 mV/A
% accuracy
0.5 to 5 A
not specified
0.5 to 5 A
not specified
5 to 1000 A
≤1 %
5 to10000 A
≤1%
PNA-A100-1000-120
selectable
1 mV/A
Bandwidth
10 Hz ... [45 ... 65] ... 20 kHz
Phase shift
0.5 to 5 A
≤ 0,5°
0.5 to 5 A
≤ 0,5°
5 to 1000 A
≤ 0,5°
5 to10000 A
≤ 0,5°
Working temperature
-10° to +55°C (maximum temperature for sensor is 90°C)
Temperature drift
≤ 0.5 % of output signal per 10K
Connector type
Safty banana jacks (4 mm)
Length of coil
120 cm
Fits to following systems All systems with DAQ series amplifiers
PNA-FLEX-MINI-300-70
AC input range
0.5 to 300 A
Output
10 mV/A
0.5 to 3000 A
% accuracy
0.5 to 5 A
not specified
0.5 to 5 A
not specified
5 to 300 A
≤1%
5 to 3000 A
≤1%
selectable
1 mV/A
Bandwidth
10 Hz ... 20 kHz
Phase shift
0.5 to 5 A
≤ 0.7°
0.5 to 5 A
≤ 0.7°
5 to 300 A
≤ 0.7°
5 to 3000 A
≤ 0.7°
Working temperature
-10° to +55°C (maximum temperature for sensor is 90°C)
Temperature drift
≤ 0.5 % of output signal per 10K
Connector type
C16-1, 6+PE
Length of coil
69 cm
Fits to following systems DEWE-5xx-PNA
DEWE-5xx-PNA-1MS
PNA-FLEX-300-45 / PNA-FLEX-300-45
AC input range
0.5 to 300 A
Output
10 mV/A
0.5 to 3000 A
% accuracy
0.5 to 5 A
not specified
0.5 to 5 A
not specified
5 to 300 A
≤1%
5 to 3000 A
≤1%
selectable
1 mV/A
Bandwidth
10 Hz ... 20 kHz
Phase shift
0.5 to 5 A
≤ 0.7°
0.5 to 5 A
≤ 0.7°
5 to 300 A
≤ 0.7°
5 to 3000 A
≤ 0.7°
Working temperature
-10° to +55°C (maximum temperature for sensor is 90°C)
Temperature drift
≤ 0.5 % of output signal per 10K
Connector type
C16-1, 6+PE
Fits to following systems DEWE-5xx-PNA
Length of coil
45 cm for PNA-FLEX-300-45
80 cm for PNA-FLEX-300-80
DEWE-5xx-PNA-1MS
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Industrial PCs
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Industrial PCs
Run any Windows ® software
COTS / open architecture computer platform - easy to upgrade
Removable HDD upgrades
Standard 10/100/1000 Ethernet, USB 2.0, FireWire ®
Dedicated Instruments
100 % burn-in tested
DEWETRON offers a wide range of industrial PCs reaching from
benchtop or 19”-rackmount units for in-lab-use to ultra portable
instruments for field-use. All DEWETRON IPCs offer PCI slots for
adding customers cards, are equipped with the latest PC technology and a choice of power supplies is available.
DEWE-5008
DEWE-808
DEWE-818
Class
Portable
Benchtop
Benchtop
19‘‘ rack-mount
Benchtop
19‘‘ rack-mount
Slots
6 PCI (full length)
1 PCI (half length)
1 PCIe (half length)
5 PCI (full length)
1 PCI-Express 16x
(full length)
17‘‘ 1280 x 800
17‘‘ 1280 x 1024
Specifications
Display
5 PCI (full length)
1 PCI-Express 16x
(full length)
-
5 PCI (full length)
1 PCI-Express 16x
(full length)
1 PCI-Express 1x
(full length)
-
Intermal Power Supply Options
AC




DC
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Battery
Optional
-
-
-
Size (W x H x T)
417 x 246 x 303 mm
(16.4 x 9.7 x 11.9 in.)
460 x 351 x 192 mm
(18.1 x 13.8 x 7.8 in.)
437 x 443 x 177 mm
(17.2 x 17.4 x 7 in.)
437 x 304 x 177 mm
(17.2 x 12 x 7 in.)
Weight
Typ. 11 kg (24.2 lb.)
Typ. 14 kg (30 lb.)
Typ. 10 kg (22 lb.)
Typ 9 kg (20 lb.)
Components
Dimensions
Software
Available PCI slots
DEWE-5008
5 x PCI
1 x PCI-Express 16x
Signal Conditioning
DEWE-2608
Front-ends
Instruments
The open architecture platform allows easy installation of customers PCI cards and software. The rugged aluminum chassis is especially developed for use under harshest environments.
DEWE-2608
6 slots full length and
1 slot half length
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DEWE-2608
Industrial Portable PC
Latest PC technology
Dedicated Instruments
Fully battery powered (optional)
For the most demanding applications
in aerospace and industrial computing
Removable HDD,
additional internal SSD system disk available
Safe investment - easy to upgrade in future
DEWE-2608 specifications
Available slots
1)
Mini-ITX
Processor
i5 / i7
RAM
3 GB
Hard disk
1 TB removable
Data throughput
Typ. 80 MB/s
Storage drive
2)
Internal DVD +/-RW burner
Power supply
95 to 260 VAC
Display
15” TFT display, 1280 x 800 px
Ethernet
2 x GBit LAN
USB interfaces
4 x USB 2
Firewire interface
1
RS-232 interface
1
Operating system
Microsoft® WINDOWS® 7
Dimensions (W x D x H)
417 x 246 x 303 mm (16.4 x 9.7 x 11.9 in.)
Weight
Typ. 11 kg (24 lb.)
Environmental specifications
Operating temperature
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with prewarmed unit
Storage temperature
-20 to +70 °C
Humidity
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Vibration3)
MIL-STD 810F 514.5, procedure I
Shock
MIL-STD 810F 516.5, procedure I
3)
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2)
Depends on the system configuration
3)
Tested with Solid State Disk
Front-ends
CPU board
Signal Conditioning
Main system
Instruments
6 full length, 32 bit PCI
1 half length, 32 bit PCI
1 half length PCIe 4x
Slots
Components
1)
DEWE-2608 industrial PCs are unique platforms with a lot of advantages. The rugged aluminium chassis allows uses under harshest
environments.
Software
There is a brilliant 15” TFT display and you can install up to six fullsize PCI cards into this unit. USB connectors, Ethernet and DVD
+/-RW drives are standard on these systems. For classified work
there is a removable HDD drive. An internal solid state disk for
Windows operating system can be added additionally.
Removable hard disk
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DEWE-2608 system options and upgrades
Options
Description
DISP-15-TOUCH
Touchscreen for 15“ display
2600-FIREWIRE
PCI Express FireWire® interface for the DEWE-2608
2600-PS-BAT
Battery power supply with UPS function,
18 .. 24 VDC non-isolated input, incl. external AC power supply DEWE-POW-24-350,
3 slots for hot-swappable batteries, 3 batteries for appr. 3 hours operation included,
for DC operation always add DEWE-DCDC-24-300-ISO
DEWE-DCDC-24-300-ISO
External DC/DC converter with isolation,
9 to 36 VDC input range, Lemo EGJ.3B.302, incl. 2 m cable to banana jacks,
24 VDC output, 300 W, Lemo EGG.2B.302 socket
BAT-95-WH
Lithium-Ion battery, 14.4 V, 95Wh, max. 8A
BAT-CHARGER-1
Desktop battery charger for 1 battery, incl. external AC adaptor
BAT-CHARGER-4
Desktop battery charger for 4 batteries, incl. external AC adaptor
PS-BAT-REMOTE-ON
Special add-on for the battery power supply, one extra connection with a wake-up signal is needed to the
power supply input of the unit,
allows to automatically turn on the instrument when the ignition of the car is turned on, also turns off the
instrument when the car is turned off
Upgrades
Description
HDD-1000-SSD-256
Upgrade to 256 GB flash disk (replaces 1 TB hard disk),
max. data throughput 40 MB/s
HDD-REM-600
Spare removable hard disk, 1 TB
2600-SYSTEM-SSD-64
Additional internal SSD 64 GB for Windows, the removable hard disk remains
2600-PS-BAT
Optional battery power supply
This option turns your DEWE-2608 into a fully battery powered unit. The hotswappable batteries guarantee continuous operation without an external power
source. The instrument can be operated for up to 3 hours with 3 batteries
(BAT-95WH) installed. Since this time depends a lot on the system configuration software tool shows the battery status. Operating temperature is limited to
0 .. 45° C when batteries are charged.
Available PCI slots
Available slots
8 available PCI slots in total
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Rugged guides for full-size cards
and a fixing bar hold all installed
cards in place safely.
2600-SYSTEM-SSD-64
Additional internal Solid State Disk
DEWE-DCDC-24-300-ISO
Isolated DC power supply, needed
to operate units with 2600-PS-BAT
option from DC
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DEWE-5008
Industrial Portable PC
Latest PC technology
Dedicated Instruments
For the most demanding applications in
aerospace and industrial computing
Removable HDD upgrades available, up to 3 hard disks in total
100 % burn-in tested
Safe investment - easy to upgrade in future
DEWE-5008 specifications
ATX
Processor
i5 / i7
RAM
Hard disk
Data throughput
3 GB
1000 GB
Typ. 70 MB/s 2)
Storage drive
Internal DVD +/-RW burner
Power supply
95 to 260 VAC
Display
17“ TFT display, 1280 x 1024 pixel
Ethernet
2x GBit LAN
USB interfaces
4x USB 2
Firewire interface
1
RS-232 interface
1
Operating system
Microsoft WINDOWS® 7
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Weight
®
460 x 351 x 192 mm (18.1 x 13.8 x 7.7 in.)
Typ. 14 kg (30 lb.)
Environmental specifications
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with prewarmed unit
-20 to +70 °C
Humidity
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Vibration3)
MIL-STD 810F 514.5, procedure I
Shock3)
MIL-STD 810F 516.5, procedure I
1)
2)
3)
Please find current specifications in the latest price list
Depends on the system configuration
Tested with Solid State Disk
DEWE-5008 industrial PCs are unique platforms with a lot of advantages. The rugged aluminium chassis allows uses
under harshest environments.
There is a brilliant 17” TFT display and you can install up to five full-size PCI cards into this unit. USB connectors,
Ethernet and DVD +/-RW drives are standard on these systems. For classified work you can add a removable HDD
drive - or even two of it. The internal hard disk or solid state disk can stay additionally if required.
The systems are designed for both laboratory and field usage. High quality production of the systems is complemented by an attractive price.
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Front-ends
CPU board
Signal Conditioning
Main system 1)
Components
5 full length, 32 bit
1 PCI Express 16x
Software
PCI
PCI Express
Instruments
Available slots
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DEWE-5008
Available slots:
There are 7 available slots in total.
In the standard configuration the unit offers five full length PCI 32 bit, one full length PCI Express 16x.
DEWE-5008 system options and upgrades
Options
Description
FIREWIRE-1394
PCI FireWire IEEE-1394 interface for the DEWE-5000
5000-PS-BAT
Power supply 18 to 36 VDC (no internal battery),
Lemo EGJ.3B.302 for DC input, incl. external AC adaptor
Upgrades
Description
HDD-1000-SSD-256
Upgrade to 256 GB flash disk (replaces 1000 GB hard disk),
max. data throughput 40 MB/s
Removable drive bay options
BAY-5.25-SATA-SLIM
5.25“ SATA removable drive bay, low profile version 28.7 mm / 1.13 in.,
no hard disk included, up to two of these drive bays can be installed into one unit
HDD-3.5-SATA-1000
1000 GB SATA harddisk 3.5“, for installation into a 5.25“ removable drive bay
BAY-3.5-SATA
3.5“ SATA removable drive bay,
no hard disk included, max. one drive bay per unit
SSD-2.5-128
128 GB SATA solid state disk, for installation into a removable drive bay
HDD-2.5-SATA-600
600 GB SATA hard disk 2.5“, for installation into a 3.5“ removable drive bay
HDD-INT-MINUS
Remove the internal fixed hard disk
5000-PS-BAT
Optional battery power supply
The DEWE-5000-PS-BAT option turns your DEWE-5000 into a fully battery powered instrument. Three hot-swappable batteries guarantee continuous operation
without an external power source for up to 2 hours. Since this time depends
a lot on the system configuration, a DEWESoft plugin shows the battery status
directly in the software.
One or even two 3.5“ removable hard disks can be installed into a
DEWE-5008. In this case two PCI 32 bit slots and the PCI Express
16x slot are limited to half length. Still three PCI 32 bit slots remain
full length.
As the DEWE-5008 is designed for field use, special care is taken
in fixing the cards. Rugged guides for full-size cards and a fixing
bar hold all installed cards in place safely.
The DEWE-5008 industrial computer even offers a removable panel on the right side for
maximum OEM customization. It is quite popular to mount connectors like Lemo, SUB-D
or Binder sockets here to e.g. have more rugged connectors like on the cards or provide
power supply to some peripherals.
Option BAT-CHARGER-1 and
BAT-CHARGER-4
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Option 5000-DC-12V
Internal 9 .. 18 V DC power supply
including external AC adaptor.
The carrying bag is included as
standard accessory
DVD-BURNER
for data backup to DVD or CD
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Industrial PCs
Reliable PC technology
Open architecture computer platform
Removable HDD upgrades available
100 % burn-in tested
Safe investment - easy to upgrade in future
DEWE-8x8 specifications
DEWE-818
4 half length, 32 bit
3 PCI Express
3 PCI Express
Main system 1)
CPU board
ATX
Processor
Intel® Core™ i5
RAM
3 GB
Hard disk
1000 GB
Typ. 70 MB/s 2)
Storage drive
Internal DVD +/-RW burner
Power supply
95 to 260 VAC
Display
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Ethernet
2x GBit LAN
USB interfaces
4x USB 2
FireWire® interface
1
RS-232 interface
1
Operating system
Microsoft® WINDOWS® 7
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Weight
Front-ends
Data throughput
437 x 443 x 177 mm
(17.2 x 17.4 x 7 in.)
437 x 304 x 177 mm
(17.2 x 12 x 7 in.)
Typ. 10 kg (22 lb.)
Typ. 9 kg (20 lb.)
Environmental specifications
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
0 to +50 °C, down to -20 °C with prewarmed unit
-20 to +70 °C
Humidity
10 to 80 % non cond., 5 to 95 % rel. humidity
Vibration3)
EN 60068-2-6, EN 60721-3-2 class 2M2
Shock3)
EN 60068-2-27
Please find current specifications in the latest price list
2)
Depends on the system configuration
3)
Tested with Solid State Disk
1)
The DEWE-808 is our benchtop or rack-mounting industrial PC, made the “DEWETRON way” - all metal construction, and built to demanding shock and vibration standards. The DEWE-808 model is a normal depth, and therefore
accepts full length PCI cards, while the DEWE-818 is shorter in the rack, and therefore accepts only half size and
smaller PCI cards
The systems are designed for both laboratory and rack-mount usage. High quality production of the systems is
complemented by an attractive price.
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PCI Express
DEWE-808
4 full length, 32 bit
Components
PCI
Software
Available slots
Instruments
Industrial Portable PC
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System options and upgrades for DEWE-800 series
Options
800-MK
19“ mounting kit for the DEWE-800 series, 4U
FIREWIRE-1394
PCI FireWire® IEEE-1394 interface for the DEWE-800 series
800-DC-12V
Power supply 9 to 18 VDC (no internal battery), max. output 300 W,
Lemo EGJ.3B.302 for DC input, incl. external AC adaptor
800-DC-24V
Power supply 18 to 36 VDC (no internal battery), max. output 300 W,
Lemo EGJ.2B.302 for DC input, incl. external AC adaptor
Upgrades
HDD-1000-SSD-256
Upgrade to 256 GB flash disk (replaces 1000 GB hard disk),
max. data throughput 40 MB/s
Additional upgrades - for DEWE-808 only!
800-CPU-UP-I7
Upgrade of PC for DEWE-800 series consisting of mainboard with 4 PCI slots
Intel® Core™ i7 processor 2.8 GHz and 4 GB RAM
BAY-5.25-SATA
5.25“ SATA removable drive bay, standard height 43.2 mm / 1.70 in.,
no hard disk included, max. one drive bay per unit
HDD-3.5-SATA-1000
1000 GB SATA hard disk 3.5“, for installation into a 5.25“ removable drive bay
HDD-INT-MINUS
Remove the internal fixed hard disk
The DEWE-808 accepts an optional 3.5“ removable
hard disk, which is typically needed for classified
work.
Another popular configuration is to keep the internal
hard drive and add a removable extra drive for data
storage.
Option 800-DC-12V
Internal 9 .. 18 V DC power supply including external AC adaptor.
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800-MK
19” mounting kit
DVD-BURNER
for data backup to DVD or CD
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Power Supply Solutions
System power supply
95 to 260 VAC
10 to 36 VDC
9 to 36 VDC
10 to 36 VDC
12 VDC: DEWE-POW-12-350
24 VDC: DEWE-POW-24-350
24 VDC
24 VDC (connected to DC)
12 to 16 VDC (running f.
batteries)
24 VDC (connected to AC)
12 to 16 VDC (running f.
batteries)
350 W
300 W
130 W
300 W
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2 (hot swappable)
4 (hot swappable)
248 x 106 x 62 mm
(9.8 x 4.2 x 2.4 in.)
219 x 122 x 50 mm
(8.6 x 4.8 x 2 in.)
314 x 252 x 35 mm
(12.3 x 9.9 x 1.4 in.)
260 x 211 x 177 mm
(10.2 x 8.3 x 7 in.)
1.7 kg (3.7 lbs)
1.3 kg (2.9 lbs)
2.3 kg (5.1 lbs)
without batteries
4.7 kg (10.3 lbs)
without batteries
Output power (max.)
Batteries
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Weight
DEWE-UPS-150-DC
DEWE-UPS-300-DC
Battery charger and system power supply
Front-ends
Output voltage
DEWE-DCDC-24-300-ISO
POWERBOX-12
Power distribution for automotive applications
Optional backup battery connector for cold start
12 output connectors for several customer loads
High output current design
12 V DC or 24 V DC board supply
Indication of supply voltage level
The DEWE-POWERBOX-12 enables supply of multiple loads out of the vehicle battery up to a total power consumption of 600 W.
As supplying high power loads out of the typical 12 V DC board supply results in high currents (50 A for 600 W at 12
V DC) voltage drop through the supply lines must be considered and thus there is a high flexible 10 mm² cable for the
main supply line. A simple voltmeter indicates the voltage directly at the terminal board of the POWERBOX-12.
Software
For cold start testing an optional backup battery can be attached to the POWERBOX-12 to buffer voltage drops of
the vehicle battery.
Signal Conditioning
Input voltage
DEWE-POW-xx-350
System power supply
Components
Usage
Instruments
Power Supply Solutions
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Car Seat Mounting Kits
The car seat mounting kits (CSMK) are made to securely fix DEWETRON data acquisition systems to the front, center or back seat of nearly any vehicle. The CSMK is an important tool to help test engineers in instrumenting a test
vehicle with a DEWETRON system quickly and safely.
Quick and safe installation
Robust metal construction
Heavy duty straps for car seat fixing
2600-CSMK1
3020-CSMK1
5000-CSMK1
Shipping/Carrying Cases
For almost every portable model that we make a shipping case is available. These are common-carrier rated shipping cases made of high impact materials. Most of them feature a pull-out handle and wheels, so that you can easily
pull them.
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MOB-Display
MOB-DISP-12-A
TFT Display
Yes
Diagonal
12”
Interface
Analog RGB and DVI
Resolution
1024 x 768 (XGA)
Colors
256 k (18 bit)
Luminance
300 cd/m² base brightness, transflective technology
Brightness control
Via OSD
Contrast ratio
300:1
Vertical frequency
60 Hz
Power supply
9 - 36 VDC
Power consumption
Typ. 12 W (1 A @ 12 V)
Dimensions without suction cup (W x H x D)
297 x 54 x 246 mm (11.7 x 2.1 x 9.7 in.)
Weight
2.5 kg (5.5 lbs)
Mounting
2 suction cups included, options see next page
Instruments
DEWETRON offers one external mobile display as an accessory option for
the measuring systems. This display was especially designed for automotive applications to show all relevant data in parallel to the base unit. The
size of the display is 12“ and can be equipped with an optional touch
screen.
Dedicated Instruments
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Mobile Displays
Option: Touch Screen
Components
Signal Conditioning
Front-ends
USB
Software
Interface
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Accessories
Mounting options
The DEWETRON MOB-Displays are shipped with VESA 75 threads and two suction cups a standard accessory.
However, in many applications these are not enough to mount the MOB-DISP-12-A in the needed position. E.g. not
allowed for cars with activated airbags.
Standard VESA-75 threads
Lots of mounting hardware (like the wall mount arm in
the picture) is available in the public market
Suction Cups
The suction cups are useful for many applications;
e.g. windshield mounting (not with activated airbags)
Option Autopole-1
This option consists of a rugged telescopic pole of
1.0 to 1.7 meters plus additional required hardware
to attach the MOB-DISP to the pole using the VESA75 threads.
Option: HRM-1
This option includes hardware to attach the MOBDISP to the bars of the headrest. The distance of the
bars can range from 145 to 155 mm. Minimum diameter of the bars is 10 mm. Minimum required distance
from seat to headrest is 95 mm
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DEWE-CLOCK
GPS or IRIG synchronization for DEWETRON instruments
Synchronization of DEWETRON instruments to absolute time
Dedicated Instruments
No drift when locked to IRIG or GPS signal
Very low drift even with IRIG or GPS signal disconnected
Input:
IRIG time code A or B, AM or DC
Output:
AD converter clock up to 10 MHz
DEWE-ORION DSA-series clock
IRIG time code B, DC
DEWE-CLOCK
Scan clock:
ORION-DSA-SYNC:
Power supply:
Operation temperature:
Storage temperature:
Humidity:
Dimensions (W x D x H):
Weight:
Instruments
IRIG code A or B; AM or DC
0.5 Vp-p to 10 Vp-p
3:1 ±10 %
DC Level Shift TTL / CMOS compatible
20 kΩ
150 VDC
1 µsec
IRIG code B, DC
None
< 1 µsec (delay to GPS PPS)
Front-ends
IRIG input specifications
Supported codes:
Compatibility (AM code):
Ratio (AM):
Compatibility (DC code):
Impedance:
Isolation
Trigger accuracy
IRIG output specifications
Supported codes
Isoltation
Accuracy
GPS specifications
General
PPS accuracy
Refreshrate
Position accuracy
Autonomous
Differential
Trigger accuracy
System specifications
Clock accuracy locked
Clock accuracy unlocked
Input
Output:
Trigger:
12 channel, L1 frequency receiver
100 ns
1 Hz
Horizontal CEP
3.0 m
1.0 m
1 µsec
without drift
< 10 ppm
SMA for GPS antenna, BNC for IRIG I/O
Clock and Trigger for DAQ-systems on DB9 connector
PPS (pulse per second), rising edge on time,
75 msec high time, TTL level compatible
10 Hz to 10 MHz, rising edge synchronized,
50 % duty cycle, TTL level compatible
LVDS compatible on RJ45
USB powered, max. current 500 mA
-5 °C to +70 °C
-20 °C to +85 °C
10 % to 80 %; non condensing
133 x 104 x 43 mm (5.23 x 4.1 x 1.7 in.)
approx. 330 g (0.72 lb)
Vibration test:
EN 600068-2-6
Shape:
Sine
Frequency:
10 Hz to 150 Hz
Power spectral density:
1 m/s² / Hz from 10 – 200 Hz
Duration:
30 Minutes per axis
Vibration test:
EN 60721-3-2 Class 2M2
Shape
Random
Frequency range
10 - 200 Hz
Power spectral density
1 m/s² / Hz from 10 – 200 Hz
Duration
30 Minutes per axis
Shock:
EN 60068-2-27
Shape:
Half-sine
Acceleration amplitude:
15 g
Duration:
11 ms
Test in 3 axis, 3 shocks in each axis and direction
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Applications
SYNC via GPS
GP
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Ss
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USB
DEWE-CLOCK
SYNC
USB
DEWE-CLOCK
clock output
Synchronization of 2 DEWETRON instruments over long distances
SYNC to existing IRIG signal
IRIG signal source
Internal
DEWE-CLOCK-INT
IRIG
DEWE-CLOCK
USB
IRIG
SYNC
Synchronization of two instruments to IRIG timecode
IRIG generator
GPS antenna
Internal
DEWE-CLOCK-INT
DEWE-CLOCK
IRIG
USB
SYNC
DEWE-CLOCK used as IRIG signal and clock generator
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Interface Cards
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Interface Cards
Video Interfaces
Analog PAL/NTSC VIDEO Camera Support
PCI and PCI Express version available
Up to 30 fps (frames per second) per channel
It is very popular to use DEWETRON measurement instruments together with standard low cost analog video cameras. The FG-VIDEO-4-x cards are a very nice solutions for
connecting such cameras directly to our instruments.
Video interfaces
Model name
FG-VIDEO-4-PCI
FG-VIDEO-4-PCI-E
Form factor
Input
Output
Streams
Rates
Software required
PCI card
4x PAL/NTSC
color video
DirectX into
DEWESoft
4 independent
streams
Up to 30 fps for
each input
DEWESoft-7-PROF
PCI Express card
Signal Conditioning
The FG-VIDEO-4-x frame grabber cards are fully supported in
DEWESoft 7 and offer four parallel
powerful video interfaces. This way
four color PAL/NTSC cameras can
be added to the measurement system. Each camera can run at up to
30 frames per second.
Front-ends
Four parallel color PAL/NTSC cameras supported
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
Direct connection of analog video cameras to
DEWETRON instruments
PCI-FLEXRAY1
Components
DEWETRON measurement systems are 100 % compatible with the FlexRay standard which is
used in many automotive applications. Only the option PCI-FLEXRAY1 and a DEWESoft-plugin
have to be added to achieve one FlexRay interface.
Model name
PCI-FLEXRAY1
Input
Output
Rates
Multi-card
support
Form factor
Software required
1 x FlexRay
Direct into
DEWESoft
Max. 20 Mbit/s
Max. 2 cards in
one system
PCI card
PLUGIN-FLEXRAY
Software
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Interface Cards
ARINC-429 and MIL-STD-1553 Interfaces
ARINC-429 is an interface employed on many aircraft, commercial
and military.
MIL-STD-1553 has been a military avionics standard serial data
bus since the 1970’s. Today it is also used in spacecraft for onboard data handling (OBDH) subsystems. Applications for 1553
encompass both military and civilian usage.
Our PCI interface card can be configured with either two separate
ARINC 429 interfaces, or an ARINC 429 and one 1553 interface.
ARINC-429 and MIL-STD-1553 interfaces
Model name
ARINC-429 interface
MIL-STD-1553 interface
Receive channels Transmit channels
Input
Function
Form factor
PCI-ARINC-4R4T
4
4
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PCI card
PCI-ARINC-8R8T
8
8
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PCI card
PCI-ARINC-16R16T
16
16
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Single channel
Single function
PCI card
PCI-1553-S
PCI card
PCI-1553-D
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Dual channel
Single function
PCI card
PCI-ARINC-4R4T-1553-S
4
4
Single channel
Single function
PCI card
PCI-ARINC-4R4T-1553-D
4
4
Dual channel
Single function
PCI card
PCI-ARINC-4R4T-1553-DM
4
4
Dual channel
Multi function
PCI card
Software required
DEWESoft-7-PROF
plus
PLUGIN-ARINC/1553
PCM Interfaces
PCM refers to the pulse code modulation that is used
to encode data transmitted from spacecraft or aircraft to
the ground. Dewetron has developed a comprehensive
interface to a powerful bit-sync/frame sync/decommutator interface card.
The PCI interface hardware can handle PCM data in
numerous popular formats, and at rates up to 33 Mbps.
The bit sync and frame sync are handled in hardware via
the graphical user interface within DEWESoft, whereas the decom is implemented entirely in software. This allows
maximum system flexibility, including the ability to handle one or more embedded asynchronous data streams.
PCM interfaces
Model name
Input
PCI-PCM-01
PCM
data stream
Frame format ID
Supported
Rates
Streams
Form factor
Software required
Up to 33 Mbps
Async streams
supported
PCI card,
fulll length
DEWESoft-7-PROF
plus PLUGIN-PCM
FireWire ® Interfaces
FireWire ® is a very common interface to connect cameras, storage devices
or even data acquisition systems to a computer. The main application of
Firewire interfaces in DEWETRON systems is to connect single or multiple
cameras. It is most popular to use the synchronized DEWE-CAM-01 but
standard DV cameras are supported as well.
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Model name
Interfaces
Standard
Connector
FIREWIRE-1394
2 independent channels
IEEE 1394a
2x FW 6-pin, lockable
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Energy & Power Analysis
Aerospace & Defense
Tr a n s p o r t a t i o n
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Software
DEWESoft™
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 thus provides unlimited
offline calculation power.
Fast and easy setup
Perfect sync of vastly different signals like
analog, digital, counter, CAN, XCP, GPS, Video,
ARINC, 1553, etc.
Powerful online data processing, MATH
functions, filters, statistics, reference curves
Attractive online display of all kind of data,
creation of displays is a matter of seconds
Analog, digital or CAN data output; powerful
function generator, alarms, CAN messages
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
Example: Performing a 10 th 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 nondestructive, i.e., they do not affect the raw channels).
Components
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.
Key Features of DEWETRON systems running
DEWESoft™
Software
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!
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Dedicated Instruments
DEWESoft™ software turns our hardware into a powerful
data acquisition system
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Another important new feature is the sequencer which provides a way to automate test procedures.
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DEWESoft™ Overview
Get a picture in a few minutes
DEWESoft™, the easy to use software, solves your measurement demands within minutes. Recorder, digital instruments and a scope screen are already prepared. User defined screens can be created within seconds. The clear
and logical software architecture requires almost no training for basic measurement tasks.
For post-processing, report generation, and also for data export is no licence required. For these tasks, DEWESoft™
can be installed on any computer to enable data distribution and analysis without extensive data conversion.
ACQUISITION Mode
In the channel setup (Cockpit) the measurement task is prepared. Analog inputs, counter inputs, CAN, and Video
channels are defined and configured. The unique SETUPLIVE modus even provides actual values during configuration. Sensor or amplifier setup errors can be seen even before the measurement is started.
The prepared basic measurement screens help so save setup time.
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Clear indication when data is stored.
Software
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Signal Conditioning
Digital, analog, bar, indicator, overload, recorder, FFT, 3D waterfall, list, text, …. Front-ends
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The “Design” mode enables individually display configuration during the measurement.
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ANALYSIS Mode
Displaying synchronous video requires just a few mouse clicks.
Data can be reviewed with stored or modified display configuration. All instruments follow the actual cursor position
which speeds up your report.
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Components
Synchronous video input for web
cam, thermo cam and high speed
cameras, support your application.
Temperature can be extracted directly out of the thermo camera to a
channel within DEWESoft™. In case the video
comes from another camera, it can be also synchronous merged into your DEWESoft™ measurement afterwards.
Software
Video
Front-ends
Instruments
Voltage, current, bridge, strain
gauge, temperature, acceleration,
and force are only a few examples of
the supported sensor inputs based
on the TRION and DAQP/HSI amplifier series of DEWETRON.
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Counter
GPS interface
Rotary encoder, linear encoder, RPM angle measurement, frequency, duty cycle, period, are only a
few examples for counter measurements.
For basic positioning, DEWESoft™
supports NMEA GPS interface.
PCM Telemetry
Telemetry solution to receive pulse
code modulated data streams (PCM)
from aircrafts or spacecrafts.
Aircraft bus interfaces
Enables data recording from aircrafts’s ARINC-429 or MIL-1553
buses. Also supports transmitting
messages.
Analog out
In combination with an analog output card, an included function generator provides up to 16 analog
signals like sine, square, triangle,
noise,.. and also arbitrary waveforms. Amplitude, phase and offset can be set individually. The FGEN is used in modal applications
and also for general purpose signal generation.
For getting precise velocity information, GPS receivers
from Ashtech, Topcon, Novatel or Javad are supported. These devices are sending position and velocity information with 20 to 100 Hz update rate, which
is enough to conduct vehicle dynamics testing.
The GPS visual control draws the motion track,
and allows to import maps to be shown behind the
track. GPS data can be exported to Google ® Earth ®
for 3D representations.
Vehicle bus interfaces
CAN, OBDII on CAN, J1939 and J1587, XCP, and
FlexRay support.
The ability to read data and parameters directly out
of the vehicle or ECU, visualize and store this data
synchronized with all the other measurement channels, gives you the perfect picture.
Sensor Database and TEDS
(Technical Electronic Data Sheet)
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.
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At ALWAYS FAST data is captured with set sampling rate.
At ALWAYS SLOW data is sampled with set sampling rate,
but stored with a settable reduced rate[s].
In this mode MIN, MAX, AVE, RMS value is stored from the
reduced rate. So even at low recording we do not miss a
thing.
At FAST ON TRIGGER data is stored on defined trigger
events with optional PRE- and POST- time with fast sampling
rate. Edge, window, pulse width, pulse width & time, FFT,
time, … are only a few examples of possible triggers.
The FAST ON TRIGGER SLOW OTHERWISE will store with
reduced rate, and in case of a trigger with full sampling rate.
This is mainly used for long time observations, to get also
data between the triggers.
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Storing options
Components
Various export formats are available e.g. Excel, FlexPro, Matlab, Diadem, text,... With ActiveX technology data can
be directly exported to Excel or FlexPro. Template technology supports automatic report generation in Excel and
FlexPro with user defined templates.
Software
Data export
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
Formula and measure function editor, software filters, statistic modules, are only a few examples of the mathematical
functions, which can be used online or offline.
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Analyze Options
Order Tracking & balancing
Modal/ODS
Included Order Tracking function, based on resampling technology can be used for online and
offline analysis. Visual control for field balancing
supports single- and dual-plane and guides you
step by step trough the balancing process. Weight
splitting and optional radius support balancing at
complex rotors.
The modal option supports hammer and shaker
excitation. Roving hammer mode will support fast
results at simple structures. Referenced to an
acceleration channel, the ODS can be analyzed.
Torsional and Rotational Vibration
Power
Torsional (twist) and Rotational (RPM deviation)
vibration calculations are based on various rpm
sensors (encoder, CDM sensors, tape sensors,
etc.). Results are provided time or angle based.
The power option calculates multiple power grids
even with different frequencies. The high sampling
rate and bandwidth up to 2 MHz of the DEWETRON
instruments also deliver accurate results at frequency converts and hybrid applications.
SRS
Internal Combustion Analyzer
Shock Response Spectra
Internal Combustion Analyzer operate in angle or time domain.
At time domain operation cold start
is possible, and also all the other
time based features are available. The included
TESTBED interface can be used to transfer results
(MEPn, I50, ...) over LAN or RS232 to TESTBED. An
included TESTBED simulator simplifies the integration to TESTBED.
Sound Level Meter
According to IEC 60651, IEC
60804, IEC 61672
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DS-7-SE
DS-7-PROF
DS-7-DSA
DS-7-EE
DS-7-AUTO
Lite
Standard
Professional
DSA
Enterprise
Automotive
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Spectrum
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Multiple Card Support
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Sound card
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DEWESoft™ DS-NET
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
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


DEWETRON PAD/CPAD/EPAD
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


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CAN/J1939 devices

option
option
option
option
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GPS receivers
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Timing cards
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-
-
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Gyro platform

option
option
option
option
option
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Kistler wheels

option
option
option
option
option

J1587/J1708 devices

option
option
option
option
option
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PCM telemetry

option
option
option
option
option
option
ARINC/1553 devices

option
option
option
option
option
option
ScramNET

option
option
option
option
option
option
DirectX cameras
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DEWETRON DEWE-CAM
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-
-
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Basler camera
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-
-
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Photron hi-speed
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-
-
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option
Video post synchronization
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-
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Sensor database
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TEDS support
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-
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Alarm monitoring
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-
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Analog replay of data
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-
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CAN output

-
option
option
option

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2-channel function generator
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-
option
option
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-
Multichannel function generator

-
option
option
option
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Formula editor, Filters, Statistics, Reference curve,
Latch, Combustion noise, Angle sensor math
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Human body vibration
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-
option
option


option
Order tracking
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-
option
option
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
option
Torsional vibration
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-
option
option


option
Sound level
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-
option
option
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option
Power module
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-
option
option
option
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option
Combustion analyzer
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-
option
option
option
option
option
FRF
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-
-
option
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option
SRS
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-
-
-
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option
Sound power
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-
-
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FlexPro script
FlexPro script
FlexPro
FlexPro, MS Excel, Diadem, Matlab, UNV, Famos,
Nsoft, Text, Sony, RPCIII, ComTrade, WAV, BWF, ATI,
SDF, WFT, Clipboard, Google earth, CAN messages
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Graph export (clipboard)
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Screen export (to AVI)
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Client unit





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Measurement unit

-
option
option
option


DCOM interface






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Plugin support

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

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
Sequencer
-
-
-




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
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



-
option
(annually
renewed)
option
(annually
renewed)
option
(annually
renewed)
5 years
included
option
(annually
renewed)
High speed acquisition cards
Low/medium speed acquisition devices
Other sources
Video devices / Thermal imaging
Dedicated Instruments
DS-7-LT
Evaluation
Instruments
DS-7-EVAL
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DEWESoft™ 7 Versions
Online/Offline Math
Data export
Distributed acquisition (DEWE-NET)
Automation
Maintainance
Free updates within version 7.x
Maintenance agreement
-
Signal Conditioning
Outputs
Components
Other
Software
DEWETRON DAQP / DAQN / MDAQ / MSI amplifiers
Front-ends
Signal conditioning
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DEWESoft™
Typical Online Screens
Vibration Analysis
Typical screen for
vibration analyse;
RMS-, PP- value
recorded over time,
with life FFT spectra give the complete picture of your
investigated signal.
Instruments
can
be predefined with
upper and lower
limits that give fast
quality indication.
Temperature Test
Typical
screen
of a temperature
monitoring; various
graphs, bars and
digital
displays.
One of the bars
indicates a violation
of a limit by changing to red.
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Software
A typical order
tracking
screen,
with waterfall plot
in order and timedomain, amplitude
and phase of specific order over
rpm.
Components
Signal Conditioning
Order Tracking
Front-ends
Modal analysis of a
structure by roving
hammer method;
response channels,
coherence, amplitude and phase are
shown as well as
an animation of the
structure.
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
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ADAS Test
Evaluation of an ACC (Adaptive Cruise Control) system in real traffic conditions, measurement of absolute and
relative speed, position and heading.
Pantograph Evaluation
Online measurement screen; voltage, current, acceleration, video, sound, temperature, travel speed, distance
and time.
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FlexPro
FlexPro and all of its features have been designed to make your work easier: from importing your data to interactive
analysis using data cursors all the way through to sharing analysis templates with a team.
Discover the new level of speed and ease at which you can organize, analyze and present your measurement data.
These are the criteria by which we measure ourselves.
Just one click and you’ll know
FlexPro offers you something unique: you can manage all of your analyses and presentations as a dynamic object
network, so each analysis you create can be used on any number of data sets – without the need for programming!
The key is the powerful FlexPro project database where you manage all of your data, analyses and presentations.
Within the familiar Explorer environment, you can import and organize data from practically any source, then analyze
it and view your results. It’s fast, easy and reliable.
FlexPro – designed to make your work easier
Intuitive, object-oriented interface
User-friendly project database
Signal Conditioning
Speed up your data analyses
Components
FlexPro software can manage your complete measurement data and analyze and present them according to your
requirements. Dynamic objects for mathematic functions, graphs and reports allow the usage of self defined templates for new data at any time. Transfer your DEWESoft data with one mouse click directly into a finished, printable FlexPro presentation. Due to scripting functions and VBA support, FlexPro can be automated and extended.
Front-ends
Instruments
Dedicated Instruments
Data analysis and presentation software
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FlexPro
Easy Excel and database data analysis
Macro recordings and playback to make your work easier
Direct data import of DEWESoft data files (.d7d)
Smooth text import via the Text Data Import Wizard
Software
Time-saving hierarchy view and preview pane
Efficient exchange of data due to the variety of export options
LabVIEW, DASYLab and Agilent VEE interface modules
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FlexPro
The right edition for your application
You can choose from different editions of the powerful FlexPro software, giving you the ability to tailor the software
package features to fit your needs.
Weisang offers various editions and several add-on modules to fit your needs. Which FlexPro edition is right for
you?
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FlexPro STANDARD
The powerful combination of analysis and presentation
FlexPro Standard combines impressive presentation features with powerful, mathematical analysis functions.
Use the pre-designed analysis objects to obtain your data analysis
results faster and more reliably at the click of a button.
Customize the analysis procedure and immediately view its effect on
the results.
Develop your own analysis algorithms in FPScript:
Over 200 functions and a variety of operators are available to you.
FlexPro PROFESSIONAL
The total solution for your enterprise
In addition to the wide range of presentation and analysis functions,
FlexPro Professional now offers the following features:
Shared template databases to speed up the exchange of
information.
Full compatibility with multicore processors with the ability to
parallelize computing operations to save you valuable time.
Use of the integrated VBA or a programming language of your
choice to automate analyses.
The integrated VBA* development environment provides the following
advantages:
Easily create your own applications.
Seamless integration into your acquisition program and connection
to your enterprise’s IT system.
Integrated debugger and code editor with IntelliSense® technology.
Dedicated Instruments
Data visualization has never been easier! Discover FlexPro now.
Instruments
An extensive array of cursor options provide for easy inspection and
marking of data.
Front-ends
Choose from over 100 types of diagrams, or use drag-and-drop to
insert curves and axes.
Signal Conditioning
Create persuasive graphics and documents using FlexPro View. The
optimized, user-friendly interface makes it easy to design, scale and
position your diagrams, tables and text.
Components
The ideal solution for presenting data
Software
FlexPro VIEW
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FlexPro Features
Highest level of user convenience
Take advantage of a new level of productivity, performance and interactivity when analyzing your measurement data.
Enjoy the convenience and time savings with an intuitive, objectoriented interface.
Take advantage of the latest user options such as drag-and-drop,
multiple undos and convenient wizards.
Save time on annoying searches, move and reduce the size of
objects using the practical tabs available on all object windows.
Analysis and presentation at the click of a button
When using FlexPro to perform analyses, not only are you creating new
data from existing data, but you are also building a network consisting
of raw data all the way through to the finished report.
Choose from a variety of analyses objects for all common
procedures.
Easily modify the algorithms in dialog boxes and immediately see
the results.
Program your own analysis procedures in FPScript with over 200
analysis functions and a wide range of operations to choose from.
Create reports that include diagrams, tables and text, and reuse
your analyses for additional measurements.
Centralized data management application
No matter which measuring device, measurement hardware or acquisition software you use, FlexPro 9 makes organizing data extremely easy.
Use FlexPro Explorer to centrally organize and manage all data and
analyses.
Store large volumes of data in the FlexPro project database, limited
only by the space on your hard disk.
Use FlexPro to combine data from a wide range of different sources
and process the data in one central application.
Many import and export filters
Seamlessly integrate FlexPro into your system. A wide variety of import
and export filters makes it possible for you to import data from almost
any source or to output the data in the format you choose.
Import and open the data directly from DEWESoft data files (.d7d) or
Excel for further manipulation using the full power of FlexPro.
Use the convenient Text Data Import Wizard to import ASCII
data. Register your own text data formats and then import them
automatically.
Gain the most flexibility when exporting data by using the variety of
export filters for binary data and graphics formats.
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Register your own units and ensure they are interpreted correctly.
Analyze synchronously captured video and data
Audio and video data is now frequently synchronized with measurement
data. Use FlexPro’s new Media object as a powerful tool to analyze these
types of data in sync.
Place the data cursor on a curve and view the corresponding still
images.
Play a video and watch how the data cursor synchronously moves
over the measured data.
Highlight key events in the curve with using the relevant still
images.
Easily synchronize videos that have different starting times and
frame rates with your measurement data.
Create individual templates, share data
Networking with colleagues receives top priority in research and development in particular. FlexPro 9 now offers you the ability to share your
pool of information with your colleagues within seconds.
Create your analysis as an object network consisting of raw data
right through to the finished report.
Store diagrams, tables or entire analyses created just once and
share them with colleagues as needed.
Speed up the exchange of information within your team.
Faster results with FlexPro Professional
Speed is king – particularly when it comes to analyzing large volumes of
data. Stay ahead of the game by using FlexPro Professional.
FlexPro Professional automatically splits up computing operations so
they can run simultaneously on different CPU cores.
Utilize the full processing power of your multicore CPUs.
Dedicated Instruments
Choose the unit for the data presentation regardless of the unit in
which the data was measured.
Instruments
Find errors resulting from the use of different units.
Front-ends
Work directly with quantities composed of a value and unit when
carrying out calculations.
Signal Conditioning
FlexPro 9 has solved one of the greatest problems related to processing
data of physical quantities: correct interpretation and adjustment of the
units in which your data appears.
Components
Obtain reliable results using the SI Unit Manager
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Go about your work while FlexPro works in the background to
calculate your analyses.
Software
Run your analyses at maximum speed.
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FlexPro – as fast as your dynamic processes
A fondly quoted phrase in technical textbooks is “measuring means comparing”. Experts in the field know that everything’s fine as long as the objects are not moving.
When it comes to industrial manufacturing processes and test setups in research and development, however, scientists frequently deal with dynamic processes. For instance, when a car hits a wall during a crash test, signals are
produced with millions of measuring points – and that’s where FlexPro comes in.
As opposed to spreadsheet programs, which are not designed for these types of applications, FlexPro can easily
read, display and analyze dynamic measurement data using data cursors and spectral analysis at the click of a button. Since FlexPro is interactive, it provides considerably more convenience and fl exibility than a pure programming
environment.
The advantages are obvious:
Process your data – even millions of measuring points – with ease and within seconds.
Core data processing application for you and your team.
Process large volumes of data, limited only by the size of your hard disk.
FlexPro helps to speed up your analysis procedures, gain additional knowledge and streamline your enterprise’s processes – an advantage for you and your customers.
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Automotive industry:
test benches, test drives/
vehicle testing, service life of
parts
Energy industry:
grid quality (harmonic analysis)
Aerospace:
development and maintenance
of turbines, analysis of acceleration signals (vibrations)
Defense:
shock response spectra
Electronics:
analysis of electrical signals
Mechanical engineering:
development, testing
General test & measurement:
development and testing of
vehicles and construction
equipment
Rail:
test runs, vibrations, acoustics
and rotating machines
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Company Profile
CONFIGURE, CONTROL, MEASURE,
PROCESS, ANALYZE AND STORE
DEWESoft - our award-winning software is standard on
all Measurement Instruments and Solutions. DEWESoft
provides the interface to all DEWETRON hardware,
the interfaces, signal conditioners, A/D cards ... and
allows you an unprecedented level of control over the
data sampling (with multiple modes) and visualization
(screen lay out). The online (during measurement) data
processing with mathematical formulas simplifies and
accelerates data analysis. All these powerful math functions are available offline, too.
Multiple export filters allow post-analysis and documentation with your existing tools. Programming interfaces
are available to extend DEWETRON systems to your
specific needs.
For each measurement, sensor parameters together
with the test parameters can be stored in the data file.
This enables easiest and complete post-processing
of measured data and allows seamless repetition and
traceability of tests.
LEADING TECHNOLOGY
State-of-the-art technology is used in every aspect of
our systems to achieve market leading precision and
accuracy.
Our high precision signal conditioning amplifiers with
galvanic isolation cover a wide range of input types
for any sensor and offer high Common-Mode Rejection
Ratio. The AD conversion with different resolution and
sampling rates offer time synchronized data capture
of all analog channels, digital I/O, counters, encoders
and CAN bus signals. Our mechanical designs provide
excellent shock and vibration specifications.
Put it all together to create a DEWETRON system – time
synchronized, multi-domain, flexible, reliable and
easy to use Test and Measurement Instruments and
Solutions.
DEWETRON -
Test & Measurement Solutions
Dedicated Instruments
Instruments
DEWETRON and partners are close to you in more than
25 countries around the world. We offer one stop shopping to define the optimal test and measurement system for your need and application. After shipment we
can provide training on-site or at our DEWE-ACADEMY.
Over the long life cycle of our systems, support and service close to you exist in multiple languages. Different
calibration services for our components and systems
are available.
Front-ends
Our different signal conditioning amplifiers cover a
wide range of input types for any sensor.
The ability to scale from a few channels to many and
to split in several housings without compromising the
simultaneous data sampling of all channels is unique.
Consider large scale testing facility e.g. a train with
hundreds of dynamic sensors and perhaps thousands of static measurements. You can have several
Measurement Instruments and use each separately or
have them networked from different locations and combined to one multi channel measurement solution.
Rugged designs (MIL-STD and EN STD) allow our systems to go just about anywhere, and get the job done
from rack-mounting up to mobile.
SUPPORT AND SERVICE
Signal Conditioning
SCALABILITY AND MODULARITY
Our commitment to Total Quality is based on the understanding of what is important for the success of our
customers. It starts with the definition of the technical
specification, covers the development, production,
quality control, shipment, and ends with support and
service of our systems during the operation. Our systems cover a wide range of meeting specifications and
norms (EMI, CE, etc) and each of our components and
systems come with calibration certificates.
DEWETRON is ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2009 certified with rigorous quality procedures and documentation of every aspect of our business.
Components
Consider testing a car or airplane. You will want to
connect some sensors of your own, such as accelerometers, thermocouples, RPM, etc. In addition you
will connect to the CAN bus or in airplanes, to ARINC
429BUS and monitor one or a hundred parameters. And
you might as well use a GPS sensor to get position, a
more precise speed, distance, direction, etc. Finally,
why not hook up a camera so that you can record what
the driver/pilot saw, or to watch a wheel turning?
So immediately we have ANALOG sensor data +
COMMUNICATION BUS digital data + GPS serial data
+ VIDEO frames... all of these data types exist in different domains, and they come into our system at their
own rates, i.e., asynchronously. Our systems can easily
sample asynchronous multi-domain data input simultaneously (one clock for all channels) from these sources
AND MORE based on SYNC-CLOCK™ technology.
We offer all of these interfaces, and more for most of
our systems. More interfaces are being added all the
time.
QUALITY FIRST
Software
SYNCHRONOUS MULTI-DOMAIN
DATA ACQUISITION
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Index
Index
A
A/D Boards 227
A/D Boards (Multiplexed Inputs) 258
A/D Conversion Knowledge 228
A/D converter Module 186
Acceleration Measurement 35, 179, 197, 198, 199
ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) 57
All-In-One Instruments 20, 95
Ampflex 275
Analog Isolation Amplifiers 157
Analog Output Module 190
ARINC-429 Interface Cards 292
B
Battery Powered Systems 20, 22
Bridge Measurement 35, 159, 166, 168, 178, 195
C
Calibration 8
Camera 259
CAN Bus Interface Cards 291, 46
CAPS Instruments 57
Car Seat Mounting Kits 286
Carrier Frequency Amplifier 177
Charge Measurement 180, 181
Chassis 153
Clamps 275
Combustion Analyzers 55
Components 225
Conditioned Signal Output 153
Counter Connection Box (for ORION Boards) 230
Counters 35, 229
CPAD2 Modules 213
Crankangle CPU 272
Current Measurement 35, 162, 173, 176
Current Transducers 273
D
DAQ Series Modules 157, 164
Data Acquisition Software 295
Data streaming 73
Dedicated Instruments 49
DEWE-1201 111
DEWE2 11
DEWE2 Advantages 15
DEWE2 All-In-One Instruments 20
DEWE2 Definitions 14
DEWE2 Front End 21
DEWE2 Mainframes 22
DEWE2 Synchronization 18
DEWE2 System Architecture 12
DEWE-211 131
DEWE-2600 99
DEWE-2601 99
DEWE-2602 99
DEWE-2608 279
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DEWE2-A13 26
DEWE2-A4 24
DEWE2-A7 26
DEWE2-F13s 32
DEWE2-F18 34
DEWE2-F4s 32
DEWE2-F7s 32
DEWE2-M13 30
DEWE2-M13s 28
DEWE2-M4 24
DEWE2-M4s 28
DEWE2-M7s 28
DEWE-30 Series 153
DEWE-3020 107
DEWE-3021 107
DEWE-5000 103
DEWE-5001 103
DEWE-5008 281
DEWE-501 127
DEWE-50-PCI Series 142
DEWE-510 123
DEWE-512 123
DEWE-571 113
DEWE-800 121
DEWE-801 121
DEWE-808 283
DEWE-818 283
DEWE-901 115
DEWE-BOOK 139, 141
DEWE-CLOCK 289
DEWE-NET Devices 145
DEWE-ORION Boards 227
DEWE-RACK 153
DEWESoft™ 295
DEWE-VGPS-HS 268
DEWE-VGPS-HSC 267
Differential Amplifiers 35, 191
Digital Inputs / Outputs 35
Displacement Measurement 35, 172
Distributed Systems 145
Dynamic Signal Analyzers 51
E
ECARD Devices 141
E-Mobility 89
Encoder 269
EPAD2 Modules 213
F
Filter for MDAQ Modules 200, 201
FireWire® Camera 259
FireWire® Interface Cards 292
FlexPro 307
FlexRay Interface Card 291
Framegrapper Cards 291
Frequency Measurement 35, 183
Front-ends 135, 21
Function Generators 75
Functional Safety Systems 61
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Index
IEPE® Measurement 35, 162, 173, 179, 180
Industrial PCs 277
Infrared Camera 261
Interface Cards 291
IPC 277
IRIG input and output 35
ISO Certificates 7
Isolation Amplifiers 157
L
Low Voltage Measurement 35, 159, 162, 166, 168,
173, 174, 175, 186, 195
M
M2I Series Cards 257
Mainframes 117
MDAQ Series Amplifiers 191
MIL-STD-1553 Interface Cards 292
Mobile Displays 287
Mounting Options for Mobile Displays 288
MSI (Modular Smart Interfaces) 203
O
Optical Tape Sensor 270
P
T
Tacho Probe 271
Tape Sensor 270
Temperature Measurement 35, 182, 187
Thermocouple Measurement 168, 182, 216
Transient Recorders 69
TRION™ Series Modules 35
TRION-BASE Module 42
TRION-CAN Module 46
TRION-CNT Module 44
TRION-dACC Module 36
TRION-DIO Module 45
TRION-dSTG Module 38
TRION-HV Module 40
TRION-TIMING Module 43
U
USB Devices (16 bit) 139
USB Devices (24 bit) 137
V
Video Interface Cards 291
Voltage Measurement 35, 217
Voltage Output Modules 184
DEWE2
Components
PAD Modules 185
PCI Devices 141
PCM Interface Cards 292
Piezoresistive Bridge Measurement 35, 159, 166,
180, 181
Power Fault Recorders 81
Power Measurement 77
Power Network Analyzers 85
Power Supply Solutions 285
Pt100 to Pt 2000 Measurement 35
Dedicated Instruments
I
Instruments
High Speed GPS Sensor 268, 289
High Voltage Measurement 40, 161, 171, 196
High-speed video 265
HSI Series Modules 157
Self Test and Calibration Port 16
Shipping/Carrying Cases 286
Signal Conditioning 151
Signal Conditioning Amplifiers 157
Signal Conditioning Chassis 153
Strain Gauge Measurement 35, 194
Strain Gauge Measurement (isolated) 159, 166, 178
Stream Machines 73
SuperCounter™ 16, 35
SYNC Interfaces 35, 289
Front-ends
H
S
Signal Conditioning
GPS Based Sensors 267
GPS or IRIG Synchronization 35, 289
R
Relay Output Module 189
Resistance Measurement 35, 159, 166, 168
Resistance Temperature Detector 35, 159, 166, 168
Ride and Handling 67
RIE Sensor 269
Road Load Data Instruments 65
Rugged Industrial Encoder 269
Please find detailed information about
specific applications in the DEWETRON
application catalogs.
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