Wide Selection of Modular Instruments
Wide Selection of Modular Instruments
Digitizers offer a quick and precise way for input signal acquisition and are widely used in IC testing, video testing, automatic test equipment, radar and sonar testing, etc.
ADLINK’s PXI-9816/PCI-9816, PXI-9826/PCI-9826, and PXI-9846/PCI-9846 are 4-CH 16-bit, 10/20/40 MS/s simultaneous sampling digitizers. The PCIe/PXIe-9842 are
200 MS/s 14-bit 1-CH digitizers. The PXI-9820/PCI-9820 are 65 MS/s, high-resolution PXI/PCI-based digitizers with deep SODIMM SDRAM memory. The PCI-9812,
PCI-9810 and PCI-9812A are 4-CH, 10 or 12-bit, 20 MS/s simultaneous-sampling analog input PCI cards.
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Dynamic Signal Analyzer
DAQ
A dynamic signal analyzer provides highly accurate measurements and analysis widely used in audio testing, acoustic measurements, environmental noise testing, vibration
analysis, NVH measurement, machine condition monitoring, and rotating machinery evaluation. ADLINK’s PCI/PXI-9527 features a high resolution of 24 bits, two
analog inputs with sampling rates up to 432 kS/s and two analog outputs with update rates up to 216 kS/s. The PCI/PXI-9527 offers the flexibility needed to create a
wide variety of automatic test systems with optimal cost-performance.
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PXI/PXIe
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Applications
Modular
Instruments
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GPIB & Bus
Expansion
■ Military
■ Electricity/Power Line
■ Radar/LiDAR
■ Video Signal
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Motion
Control
PXI/PCI High Speed Digitizers
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Real-time
Distributed
I/O
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Model Name
PCI/PXI-9846/9826/9816
PCI/PXI-9820
Form Factor
PCI-9812/9812A/9810
PCIe/PXIe-9842
PCI Express/PXI Express
PCI/PXI
PCI/PXI
PCI
Analog Inputs
4-CH
2-CH
4-CH
1-CH
Sampling Rate
40 MS/s (PCI/PXI-9846)
20 MS/s (PCI/PXI-9826)
10 MS/s (PCI/PXI-9816)
65 MS/s (External)
60 MS/s (Internal)
20 MS/s
200 MS/s
16-Bit
14-Bit
12-Bit (PCI-9812/9812A)
10-Bit (PCI-9810)
14-Bit
Input Resolution (Bits)
Input Ranges
±5 V, ±1 V
±5 V, ±1 V
±1V
50 Ω, 1 MΩ
50 Ω, 1.5 MΩ
50 Ω, 1.25 KΩ, 1.5 MΩ
50 Ω
30 MHz
19 MHz
100 MHz
Crosstalk, dB
20 MHz (PXI-9846)
9.6 MHz (PXI-9826)
5.1 MHz (PXI-9816)
<-80 dB, DC to 1MHz
<-80 dB, DC to 1MHz
<-75 dB, DC to 1MHz
-
I/O Connector
BNC, SMB
BNC, SMB
BNC
SMA
512 MB
512 MB/ 128 MB
128 k samples (PCI-9812A)
-
AI Bandwidth
Onboard Memory
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Remote I/O
(±1 V, ±0.2 V), (±5 V, ±1 V)
Input Impedance
PAC
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Communications
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Vision
32 k samples (PCI-9812/9810)
Digital Input
-
2-CH (PXI-9820)
3-CH
Analog Trigger
√
√
√
-
Ext. Digital Trigger
√
√
√
√
Ext. Clock
√
√
√
-
System Synchronization Interface
√
√
-
-
Auto Calibration
√
√
-
√
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High-Resolution Modules
Model Name
Form Factor
High Speed Arbitrary Waveform Generator
PCI-9524
PCI
PCI/PXI-9527
Model Name
PCI/PXI
Analog Output
TE-5201
1-CH
14-Bit
Bus Mastering DMA
√
√
DAC Resolution
Auto-Calibration
√
√
Update Rate
50 S/s to 100 MS/s
Output Range
80 mVpp to 8 Vpp into
50 Ω load
Analog Input
Analog Input Channels
Max. Sampling Rates (S/s)
4+4 (4-ch load cell inputs & 4-ch general
purpose AD)
2
Output Impedance
Up to 30 kS/s
(For details, refer to page 4-13)
432 kS/s
24
24
Offset Range
256 K
4096 k
Sine, Triangle, Square, Pulse,
Ramp, Sinc, Gaussian Pulse,
Exponential Decay/Rise Pulse,
For details, refer to page 4-13
±40 Vpp to ±0.316 Vpp
Noise, DC
2
2
Update Rate (S/s)
5K
216 kS/s
DA Resolution (bits)
16
24
3 µs
-
±10 V
±0.1 V, ±1 V, ±10 V
AD Resolution (bits)
FIFO Size (sample)
Input Ranges
Standard Waveform
50 Ω
0 to ±3.6 V, amplitude
dependent
Analog Output
Arbitrary Waveform Memory
Voltage Output Channels
Settling Time
Voltage Output Range
FM, FSK, Ramped
FSK, Sweep
Digital IO, Trigger, Misc
Digital IO
1 M points
Sample Clock Modulation
SYNC/Marker
√
10 MHz Reference IN
√
Sine output
√
Page Number
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8 DI, 8 DO (Isolated)
Digital Trigger
√
Analog Trigger
-
√
√
Page Number
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PXI Switch Modules
Model Name
Description
PXI-7901
PXI-7921
PXI-7931
General-purpose
Two-wire Multiplexer
4-groups 2x4
16
24 (two-wire)
Two-wire Matrix
No. of Channel
32 (two-wire)
48 (one-wire)
Relay Type
SPDT (1 Form C)
DPDT (2 Form C)
Max. Switching Current
3 A @ 20 VDC
2 A @ 30 VDC
2 A @ 30 VDC
Max. Switching Voltage
220 VDC, 250 VAC
220 VDC, 125 VAC
220 VDC, 125 VAC
Max. Switching Power
50 VA, 60 W
50 VA, 60 W
50 VA, 60 W
Max. Carrying Current
3A
2A
3A
10 μA @ 10 mVDC
10 μA @ 10 mVDC
10 μA @ 10 mVDC
150 mΩ max.
100 mΩ max.
150 mΩ max.
1024 steps
1024 steps
1024 steps
125 operations/s
125 operations/s
200 operations/s
PXI Trigger Bus
√
√
√
Star Trigger
√
√
√
4-18
4-19
4-20
Failure Rate
Contact Resistance
Scan List
Operation Speed
Page Number
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Digitizers
PCIe/PXIe-9842
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1-CH 14-bit 200 MS/s High-Speed PCI Express /PXI Express Digitizers
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DAQ
Introduction
The ADLINK PCIe/PXIe-9842 is a 1-CH 14-bit 200 MS/s digitizer designed for applications such as LIDAR testing,
optical fiber testing, and radar signal acquisition. The 100 MHz bandwidth analog input with 50 ohm impedance is
designed to receive ±1 V high speed signal. With this simplified front-end design and high stable onboard reference,
the PCIe/PXIe-9842 provides not only high accuracy measurement results but also delivers high dynamic performance.
PCIe-9842
For applications that require data to be acquired and transferred in real-time, the PCIe/PXIe-9842 utilizes the PCI
Express x4 bus as its interface. When signals are converted from analog to digital data, the data will be transferred
to host system memory continuously because of the high bandwidth of the PCI Express.
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Modular
Instruments
PXIe-9842
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GPIB & Bus
Expansion
Features
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
PXI Express specification Rev. 1.0 compliant (PXIe-9842)
Up to 200 MS/s sampling rate
High resolution 14-bit ADC
±1 V Input range with 50 Ω input impedance and DC couple
Up to 100 MHz bandwidth for analog input
High speed PCI Express Gen 1 x4 bus interface
Scatter-Gather DMA data transfer for high speed
data streaming
One external digital trigger input
One digital trigger output to stimulate external
instruments
Fully auto-calibration
■Operating Systems
• Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7
■Recommended Software
• VB.NET/VC.NET/VB/VC++/BCB/Delphi
■Driver Support
• WD-DASK for Windows
• DAQPilot for LabVIEW
• DAQPilot for Windows
• DAQ-MTLB for MATLAB
Specifications
Analog Input
■
Number of Channels: 1 single-ended channel
Input Impedance: 50 Ω ± 2%
■ Input Coupling: DC
■ Input Signal Range: ±1.0 V
■ Overvoltage Protection: ±5 V
■ ADC Resolution: 14 bits, 1 in 16384
■ Offset Error: ±1 mV
■ Gain Error: ±0.5% of input
■ -3dB Bandwidth: 100 MHz
■
Timebase
■ Sample Clock Source: onboard oscillator
■ Timebase Frequency: 200 MHz
Auto Calibration
■ Reference Voltage: +5.000 V
■ Reference Temperature drift: < 5.0 ppm/℃
■ Recommended warm-up time: 15 minutes
Trigger
■ Trigger Source
• Software
• External digital
• PXI STAR (PXIe version)
• PXI Trigger Bus [0..7] (PXIe version)
■ Trigger Mode
• Post-Trigger
■ External Digital Trigger Input
• Compatibility: 3.3 V TTL
• Trigger Condition: Rising edge or falling edge, software programmable
• Minimum Pulse Width: 20 ns
■ Digital Trigger Output
• Compatibility: 3.3 V TTL
• Trigger Condition: Positive or negative, software programmable
General Specifications
■ Environment
• Operating Environment
- Ambient temperature: 0°C to +50°C
- Relative humidity: 5% to 95% non-condensing
• Storage Temperature
- Ambient temperature: -20°C to +80°C
- Relative humidity: 5% to 95% non-condensing
■ Physical
• Dimensions (not including connectors)
- PCIe-9842: 175 mm x 107 mm (W x H)
- PXIe-9842: 160 mm x 100 mm (W x H)
■ IO Connector
• SMA x 1 for analog input
• SMA x 2 for external trigger input and trigger output
■ Bus Interface
• PCI Express Gen 1 x4
Certifications
■ EMC/EMI: CE, FCC Class A
Ordering Information
■PCIe-9842
1-CH 14-Bit 200 MS/s High-Speed PCI Express Digitizer
■PXIe-9842
1-CH 14-Bit 200 MS/s High-Speed PXI Express Digitizer
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Control
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Real-time
Distributed
I/O
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PAC
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Remote I/O
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Communications
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Vision
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PCI/PXI-9816/9826/9846
4-CH 16-Bit 10/20/40 MS/s Digitizers with 512 MB Memory
Introduction
PCI-9816/9826/9846
The ADLINK PCI/PXI-9816/9826/9846 are 10 MS/s, 20 MS/s, 40 MS/s sampling 16-bit 4-CH digitizers designed for
digitizing high frequency and wide dynamic range signals with an input frequency up to 20 MHz. The analog input range
can be programmed via software to ±1 V / ±0.2 V or ±5 V / ±1 V, based on the model. With a deep onboard acquisition
memory up to 512 MB, the PXI/PCI-9816/9826/9846 are not limited by the data transfer rate of the PCI bus to enable
the recording of waveforms for extended periods of time.
The PXI/PCI-9816/9826/9846 are equipped with four high linearity 16-bit A/D converters ideal for demanding applications
with a high dynamic range such as radar, ultrasound, and software-defined radio.
Specifications
PXI-9816/9826/9846
Features
■
PXI specifications Rev.2.2 compliant (PXI-98x6)
Supports 5 V and 3.3 V PCI signals
■ Supports the 32-bit /66 MHz PCI interface
■ 4 channels of simultaneous single-ended analog input
■ 16-bit high resolution A/D converter
■ Up to 10 MS/s, 20 MS/s, and 40 MS/s per channel
■ 512 MB on-board memory for data storage
■ Software selectable 50 Ω or 1 MΩ input impedance
■Programmable input voltage range: ±0.2 V / ±1 V or
±1 V / ±5 V
■5.1 MHz, 9.6 MHz, and 20 MHz analog input bandwidth for the
PCI/PXI-9816, PCI/PXI-9826 and PCI/PXI-9846, respectively
■ Multiple module synchronization via the PXI trigger bus or SSI (System Synchronization Interface)
■ Supports scatter-gather DMA transfer
■ 89 dBc SFDR, 79 dBc SINAD and 12.9-bit ENOB (PXI-9816)
■ Fully auto-calibration
■
Analog Input
■ Number of channels: 4 single-ended channels
■ Input impedance: 50 Ω or 1 MΩ, software selectable
■ Input coupling: DC
■ Input range: (±0.2 V, ±1 V ) or (±1 V, ±5 V), depends on model type
■ ADC resolution: 16 bits, 1 in 65536
■ Crosstalk: <-80 dB from DC to 1 MHz, for all input ranges
■ System noise, unit in LSBRMS:
■
• Windows 7/VISTA/XP/2000
• Linux
■
• AD-Logger
• VB.NET/VC.NET/VB/VC/BCB/Delphi
• DAQBench
■
• DAQPilot for Windows
• DAQPilot for LabVIEW™
• DAQ-MTLB for MATLAB
• WD-DASK for Linux
• WD-DASK/X for Windows
PXI-9846D
8.0
5.0
PXI-9846W
15.0
7.0
Input Range
±1 V
±5 V
PCI-9816H
5.0
3.0
PCI-9826H
6.0
4.0
PCI-9846H
8.0
5.0
PXI-9846H
8.0
5.0
Offset error:
PXI-9816D
PXI-9826D
PXI-9846D/PCI-9846D
@ 50 Ω and 1 MΩ input impedance
±0.2 V, ±1 V
5.1 MHz
Input Range
PCI-9816H
±1 V, ±5 V
5.1 MHz
Spectral Characteristics
• Model: PXI-9816D/512
• Input Range: ±0.2 V
• Sampling Rate: 10 MS/s
• SINAD: 76.56 dBc
• SNR: 76.59 dBc
• THD: -95.91 dBc
• ENOB: 12.42 bit
• SFDR: 99.73 dBc
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±0.1%
±0.05%
PXI-9846H, PCI-9816H/9826H/9846H
±0.1%
±0.06%
-3dB Bandwidth, typical:
±1 V, ±5 V
■
PXI-9816D/9826D/9846D/9846W, PCI-9846D
±0.2 mV
PXI-9846H, PCI-9816H/9826H/9846H
±0.3 mV
Gain error:
Input Range
■Driver Support
PXI-9826D
6.0
4.0
Input Range
±0.2 V
±1 V
Input Range
±1 V
±5 V
■Recommended Software
PXI-9816D
5.0
3.0
Model Name
Offset error
Model Name
Offset error
■Operating Systems
Input Range
±0.2 V
±1 V
PXI-9846DW
80 MHz (±1 V)
55 MHz (±0.2 V)
PCI-9826H
PXI-9846H/PCI-9846H
--@ 50 Ω input impedance
9.6 MHz
20 MHz
--@ 1 MΩ input impedance
90 KHz
--9.6 MHz
20 MHz
PCI-9846D
8.0
5.0
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• Sampling Rate: 10 MS/s
-40
• SNR: 80.19 dBc
• THD: -88.61 dBc
• ENOB: 12.96 bit
• SFDR: 89.08 dBc
Magnitude (dB)
• Input Range: ±1 V
• SINAD: 79.80 dBc
PXI/PXIe
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Modular
Instruments
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2
3
F requency (Hz)
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PXI-9816/9826/9846
5
x 10
■Typical values are measured using 1 MHz sine wave input at 10 MS/s with amplitude at -1dB
Timebase
■ Sample clock sources
· Internal: on-board oscillator
· E
xternal: CLK IN (front panel SMB connector), PXI Trigger Bus[0..7], PXI 10 MHz,
PXI Star, SSI Bus
■ Timebase frequency range
· PCI/PXI-9816: 1 MHz - 10 MHz
· PCI/PXI-9826: 1 MHz - 20 MHz
· PCI/PXI-9846: 1 MHz - 40 MHz
Dedicated External Clock Input From Panel
■
Connector type: SMB
Clock type: sine wave or square wave
■ Input impedance: 50 Ω
■ Input coupling: AC
■ Input range: 1 Vp-p to 2 Vp-p
■ Overvoltage protection: 2.5 Vp-p
■
■
PCI Bus Interface
• PCI signaling: support 3.3 V and 5 V signaling
• PCI interface: 32-bit, 66 MHz
■ Operating Environment
• Ambient temperature: 0°C to 55°C (PXI version), 0°C to 50°C (PCI version)
• Relative humidity: 10% to 90%, non-condensing
■ Storage Environment
• Ambient temperature: -20°C to 80°C
• Relative humidity: 10% to 90%, non-condensing
■ Power Requirement, typical:
Power Rails
3.3 V
5V
12 V
PXI/PCI-9816
0.8 A
1.4 A
0.3 A
■Trigger sources:
• software
• TRG IO (front panel SMB connector)
• Analog trigger from CH0 - CH3
• PXI Star (PXI version)
• PXI Trigger Bus[0..7] (PXI version)
• SSI (PCI version)
■ Trigger modes: Pre-trigger, post-trigger, middle-trigger, delay-trigger
Data Storage and Transfer
■
On-board memory: 512 MB, shared among the four AI channels
■ Data transfer: scatter-gather DMA
On-board Reference
■
■
On-board reference voltage: +5 V
■ Temperature drift: ±3 ppm/°C
■ Recommended warm-up time: 15 minutes
General Specifications
I/O Connector
• BNC X4 for analog inputs
• SMB X2 for external digital trigger and external timebase input
■ Dimensions (not including connectors)
• PCI version: standard height, half length PCI card, 167.64 mm by 106.68 mm
• PXI version: Single 3U PXI module, 100 mm by 160 mm
PXI/PCI-9826
0.8 A
1.5 A
0.3 A
PXI/PCI-9846
0.8 A
2.0 A
0.3 A
Certifications
■ EMC/EMI: CE, FCC Class A
Multi-Module Synchronization
■ For PXI version of digitizer modules, they can be synchronized through PXI trigger bus, PXI Star and PXI 10 MHz.
■ For PCI version of digitizer modules, they can be
synchronized through a dedicate interface,
SSI (System Synchronized Interface).
SSI bus cable for multiple
module synchronization
Triggering
PCI-9816/9826/9846
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at full scale on a ±1 V and ±0.2 V range using the PXI-9816. Acquired data lengths are in
64 K point, calculated with Hanning window FFT.
■Note that these dynamic parameters may vary from one module to another, with different
input signal frequencies and signal amplitudes selected.
■ For detailed dynamic test results of other modules, please refer to the user manual or visit the ADLINK website.
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CH2
CH3
-60
0
CLK IN
TRG IO
CH0
CH1
0
• Model: PXI-9816D/512
■
■
SMB-SMB-1M
1 meter SMB to SMB cable
■ACL-SSI-3
SMB-BNC-1M
1 meter SMB to BNC cable
■ ACL-SSI-2
SSI Bus cable for 2 devices
■ACL-SSI-4
SSI Bus cable for 3 devices
Sampling Rate
10 MS/s
20 MS/s
40 MS/s
40 MS/s
10 MS/s
10 MS/s
20 MS/s
40 MS/s
40 MS/s
40 MS/s
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Motion
Control
7
Real-time
Distributed
I/O
8
PAC
9
Remote I/O
Communications
SSI Bus cable for 4 devices
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Ordering Information
Model Name
PCI-9816H/512
PCI-9826H/512
PCI-9846H/512
PCI-9846D/512
PXI-9816D/512
PXI-9816H/512
PXI-9826D/512
PXI-9846D/512
PXI-9846DW/512
PXI-9846H/512
GPIB & Bus
Expansion
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Cable Accessories
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Vision
Input Range
±5 V, ±1 V
±5 V, ±1 V
±5 V, ±1 V
±1 V, ±0.2 V
±-1 V, ±0.2 V
±5 V, ±1 V
±1 V, ±0.2 V
±1 V, ±0.2 V
±1 V, ±0.2 V
±5 V, ±1 V
Max. -3dB Bandwidth
5.1 MHz
9.6 MHz
20 MHz
20 MHz
5.1 MHz
5.1 MHz
9.6 MHz
20 MHz
80 MHz
20 MHz
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PCI/PXI-9820
2-CH 14-Bit 65 MS/s PCI/PXI Digitizers with SDRAM
Introduction
ADLINK’s PCI/PXI-9820 is a 65 MS/s, high-resolution PXI digitizer with deep SODIMM SDRAM memory. The device
features flexible input configurations, including programmable input ranges and user-configurable input impedance. With
the deep onboard acquisition memory, the PCI-9820/PXI-9820 is not limited by the 132 MB/s bandwidth of PCI bus and
can record the waveform for a long period of time. The PCI-9820/PXI-9820 is ideal for high-speed waveform capturing,
such as radar and ultrasound applications, as well as software radio applications, or those signal digitizing applications
which need deep memory for data storage.
PCI-9820
■Analog Input
The PCI/PXI-9820 device features two analog input channels. The small signal bandwidth of each channel exceeds 30
MHz. The input ranges are programmable as either ±5 V or ±1 V. The 14-bit A/D resolution makes the PCI/PXI-9820
ideal both for time-domain and frequencydomain applications.
■Acquisition System
ADLINK PCI/PXI-9820 device uses a pair of 65 MS/s, 14-bit pipeline ADCs to digitize the input signals, and the device
PXI-9820
provides an internal 60 MHz timebase for data acquisition. The maximum real-time sampling rate is 60 MS/s with internal
timebase, and is up to 65 MS/s with external timebase. By using a "ping pong" mode, the sampling rate is up to 120
MS/s with internal timebase or 130 MS/s with external timebase.
Features
■
Supports a 32-bit 3.3 V or 5 V PCI bus
■ PXI specifications Rev.2.2 compliant (PXI-9820)
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■Operating Systems
• Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7
• Linux
• Windows CE (call for availability)
The PCI/PXI-9820 device supports 512 MB SODIMM SDRAM.
The digitized data are stored in the onboard SDRAM before
being transferred to the host memory. The PCI/PXI-9820
device uses the scatter-gather bus-mastering DMA to move
data to the host memory. If the data throughput from the PCI/
PXI-9820 is less than the available PCI bus bandwidth, the PCI/
PXI-9820 also features onboard 3 k-sample FIFO to achieve
AI0 Analog
Circuitry
AD
Converter
AI1 Analog
Circuitry
AD
Converter
PXI 1
CLK
FPGA
Logic
memory.
■Triggering
The PCI/PXI-9820 device features flexible triggering functionalities, such as analog and digital triggering. The analog
trigger features programmable trigger thresholds on rising or falling edges on both input channels. The 5 V/TTL digital
trigger comes from PXI trigger bus or the external SMB connector for synchronizing multiple devices.
Post-trigger, pre-trigger, delay-trigger and middletrigger modes are available to acquire data around the trigger event.
The PCI/PXI-9820 also features repeated trigger acquisition, so you can acquire data in multiple segments coming with
successive trigger events at extremely short rearming interval.
■ Multiple-Module Synchronization
For PCI/PXI-9820, a proprietary bus named SSI (System
Synchronization Interface) is designed to synchronize
Clock
PXI Trigger
Bus and
External
Digital
multiple
PCI/PXI-9820
devices.
SSI provides
the timing
Generation
PXI 10 MHz Reference Clock
Trigger and
trigger synchronization
between multiple cards by using a
Clock Input
specialAI0
ribbon
cable to all the
cards in a daisy-chain configuration.
Analog
AD
Circuitry
Converter star trigger and trigger bus
The PCI/PXI-9820
implements
SDRAM
■Recommended Software
FPGA one or more
ADsignals between
AI1timing
Analog and trigger
to route
• AD-Logger
PCI/PXI-9820 and other PXI modules. These interfaces allow
• VB.NET/VC.NET/VB/VC++/BCB/Delphi
• DAQBench
Circuitry
users to synchronize
Converter
Logic
PCI
multiple
PXI modules
Controller
into a system
External 10 MHz
CLK IN
PLL
External Clock Input
AI C
MUX
Timebase
Trigger Bus
Star Trigger
easily. Timebase is also selectable. Users can choose to use
the internal clock or the output of the onboard PLL with the
■Driver Support
reference clock from external clock input, or the PXI
• DAQPilot for Windows
10 MHz reference clock .
• DAQPilot for LabVIEW™
■ Calibration
• DAQ-MTLB for MATLAB®
The auto-calibration function of the PCI/PXI-9820 is
• WD-DASK for Windows
• WD-DASK/X for Linux
Timebase Architecture, for PXI-9820 Only
performed with trim DACs to calibrate the offset and gain
errors of the analog input channels. Once the calibration
process is done, the calibration constant will be stored in
needed by the board. Because all the calibration is conducted
automatically by software commands, users don't have to
adjust trimpots to calibrate the modules manually.
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PCI
Controller
real-time transfer bypassing the SDRAM, directly to the host
EEPROM such that these values can be loaded and used as
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Clock
Generation
External Digital
Trigger and
Clock Input
SDRAM
14-bit A/D resolution
Up to 60 MS/s sampling rate per channel with internal timebase
Up to 65 MS/s sampling rate per channel with external timebase
Up to 130 MS/s sampling rate in "ping pong" mode
2-CH single-ended bipolar inputs
>30 MHz -3 dB bandwidth
Up to 512 MB onboard SODIMM SDRAM
Programmable ranges of ±1 V and ±5 V
User-configurable input impedance of 50 Ω or high input impedance
Scatter-gather DMA
Analog and digital triggering
2-CH synchronous digital inputs (PXI-9820)
Fully auto calibration
Multiple modules synchronization capability
■Acquisition Memory
Transducer
Transducer
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Specifications
Analog Input
■ Number of channels: 2 simultaneous-sampled single-ended
■ Resolution: 14 bits
■ Maximum sampling rate
· 65 MS/s for 2 inputs
· 130 MS/s for Ping-Pong mode using external timebase
■ Onboard sample memory
· 512 MB
■ Bandwidth (-3 dB): 30 MHz minimum
■ Input signal ranges: (software programmable) ±5 V, ±1 V
■ Input Coupling: DC
■ Overvoltage protection
Range
Overvoltage Protection
±5V
± 14 V
±5V
±1V
■
Input Impedance (soldering selectable): 50 Ω, 1.5 MΩ
Crosstalk: < -80 dB, DC to 1 MHz
■ Total harmonic distortion (THD): -75 dB
■ Signal-to-Noise ratio (SNR)
■
Range
SNR
±5V
66 dB
62 dB
±1V
■
■
Spurious-free dynamic range (SFDR): 75 dB
Data transfer: bus-mastering DMA with scatter-gather
Auto Calibration
■ Onboard reference: +5 V
■ Onboard reference temperature drift: 2 ppm/˚C
■
Stability: 6 ppm/1000 Hrs
External Timebase Input
■ PCI-9820: direct external timebase input
PXI-9820: 10 MHz input for PLL or direct external timebase input
■ Connector: SMB
■ Impedance: 50 Ω
■ Coupling: AC
■ Input amplitude: 1 Vpp to 2 Vpp
■ Overvoltage protection: 2.5 Vpp
■ Frequency range: 500 kHz - 65 MHz
Triggering
Analog Triggering
■ Modes: pre-trigger, post-trigger, middle-trigger, delay-trigger
■ Sources: CH0 and CH1
■ Slope: rising/falling
■ Coupling: DC
■ Trigger sensitivity: 256 steps in full-scale voltage range
Digital triggering
■ Modes: pre-trigger, post-trigger, middle-trigger, delay-trigger
■ Source: external digital trigger from SMB
■ Slope: rising/falling
■ Compatibility: 5 V/TTL
■ Minimum pulse width: 10 ns
■ Repeated trigger rearming interval: 2 cycles of timebase
■ Pre-trigger depth: 128 MB or 512 MB, depending on memory option
■ Post-trigger depth: 128 MB or 512 MB, depending on memory option
CLK IN
CLK IN
TRG IO
SDI0
CH0
DAQ
TRG IO
3
SDI1
CH0
PXI/PXIe
CH1
CH1
4
Modular
Instruments
Synchronous Digital Input (For PXI-9820 Only)
■ Number of channels: 2
■ Compatibility: 5 V/TTL
■ Data transer: bus-mastering DMA with scatter/gather
5
GPIB & Bus
Expansion
General Specifications
■ I/O connector
· BNC x 2 for analog inputs
· SMB x 4 for external digital trigger, external time base, and synchronous digital inputs
■ Operating temperature: 0˚C to 50˚C
■ Storage temperature: -20˚C to 80˚C
■ Relative humidity: 5% to 95%, non-condensing
■ Power requirements
Power Rail
Current
5V
12 V
3.3 V
PXI-9820
PCI-9820
900 mA typical
895 mA
6
Motion
Control
7
Real-time
Distributed
I/O
305 mA typical
295 mA
360 mA typical (with 128 MB SDRAM)
310 mA (with 128 MB SDRAM)
500 mA typical (with 512 MB SDRAM)
430 mA (with 512 MB SDRAM)
■ Dimensions (not including connectors)
PCI-9820: 175 mm x 107 mm
PXI-9820: 160 mm x 100 mm
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PAC
Certifications
■ EMC/EMI: CE, FCC Class A
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Remote I/O
Cable Accessories
Cable
Description
PXI-9820
PCI-9820
SMB-SMB-1M
SMB-BNC-1M
ACL-SSI-2
ACL-SSI-3
ACL-SSI-4
1-meter SMB to SMB cable
1-meter SMB to BNC cable
SSI Bus cable for 2 devices
SSI Bus cable for 3 devices
SSI Bus cable for 4 devices
√
√
√
√
-
√
-
√
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√
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Ordering Information
■PCI-9820D/128-0
2-CH 14-Bit 65 MS/s Digitizer with 128 MB Memory
■PCI-9820D/512-0
2-CH 14-Bit 65 MS/s Digitizer with 512 MB Memory
■PXI-9820D/128
2-CH 14-Bit 65 MS/s Digitizer with 128 MB Memory
■PXI-9820D/512
2-CH 14-Bit 65 MS/s Digitizer with 512 MB Memory
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PCI-9812/9812A/9810
4-CH 10/12-Bit 20 MS/s Simultaneous-Sampling Analog Input Cards
Introduction
ADLINK’s PCI-9812, PCI-9810 and PCI-9812A are 4-CH, 10 or 12-bit, 20 MS/s simultaneous-sampling analog input cards.
The high-speed analog input channels are single-ended, with hardware programmable input ranges of ±1 V, ±5 V and
input impedances of 50 Ω, 1.25 kΩ and 15 MΩ. The onboard 32 k-sample A/D FIFO can buffer so data throughput is
less than 100 Mbytes/s, the FIFO performs as the temporary A/D sample buffer, and as a rule of thumb, no data loss
will occur. When four channels operate at 20 MS/s simultaneously, each sample generates two bytes, resulting in 160
Mbyes/s (4 channels * 20 M * 2 bytes) throughput, which exceeds the peak 132 Mbyte/s bandwidth of PCI bus. To avoid
data loss, the 32 k-sample FIFO is the limitation of sample count. For applications requiring a larger number of samples
at full sampling rate, the PCI-9812A features 128 k sample A/D FIFO for storage.
In addition to the onboard 40 MHz time base, users are able to supply the external time base in either sine wave or
digital forms. The PCI-9810 and PCI-9812 also feature external digital trigger and programmable analog trigger, thus the
conversion start point of multiple cards can be synchronized to external events. The trigger modes include software-trigger,
pre-trigger, post-trigger, middle-trigger and delay trigger, further expands the capabilities of these high-speed devices.
ADLINK’s PCI-9812, PCI-9810 and 9812A deliver cost-effective and reliable data acquisition capabilities and are ideal
for vibration testing, image digitizing, ultrasonic measurement, biomedical research, ATE and other high-end industrial,
scientific, and military applications.
Features
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
Supports a 32-bit 3.3 V or 5 V PCI bus
12-bit A/D resolution (PCI-9812 and PCI-9812A)
10-bit A/D resolution (PCI-9810)
Up to 20 MS/s simultaneous-sampling rate
>17 MHz -3 dB bandwidth
4-CH single-ended inputs
Bipolar analog input ranges
User-selectable input impedance of 50 Ω or high-input impedance
Onboard 32 k-sample A/D FIFO (PCI-9810 and PCI-9812)
Onboard 128 k-sample A/D FIFO (PCI-9812A)
Analog and digital triggering
External clock input for customized conversion rate
Bus-mastering DMA for analog inputs
3-CH TTL digital inputs
Compact, half-size PCB
■Operating Systems
• Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7
• Linux
• Windows CE (call for availability)
■Recommended Software
• AD-Logger
• VB.NET/VC.NET/VB/VC++/BCB/Delphi
• DAQBench
■Driver Support
• DAQPilot for Windows
• DAQPilot for LabVIEW™
• DAQ-MTLB for MATLAB®
• PCIS-DASK for Windows
• PCIS-DASK/X for Linux
External Analog Trigger
Negative-slope
trigger event
occurs
Positive-slope
trigger event
occurs
Delay Trigger
External trigger
Event
Acquisition
start
Post trigger
counter count
from M down to 0
DMA stop
Acquire N A/D data
time
Middle-Trigger
External trigger
Event
DMA start
Acquire M A/D
data before
trigger event
DMA stop
Acquire N A/D
data before
trigger event
time
External Digital Trigger
Negative-slope
trigger event
occurs
Positive-edge
trigger event
occurs
Pre-Trigger
DMA start
External trigger Event
Acquire N A/D
data
time
Acquisition stop
Post-Trigger
DMA start
External trigger Event
DMA stop
Acquire N A/D
data after
trigger event
Acquisition start
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Specifications
External Sine Wave Clock
■ Input coupling: AC
■ Input impedance: 50 Ω
■ Input frequency: 300 kHz to 40 MHz
■ Input range: 1.0 to 2.0 Vpp
■ Overvoltage protection: 2.5 Vpp
External Digital Clock
■ Input coupling: DC
■ Input impedance: 50 Ω
■ Compatibility: 5 V/TTL
■ Input frequency: 20 kHz to 40 MHz
■ Overvoltage protection: diode clamping, -0.3 V to +5.3 V
Digital Input
■ Number of channels: 3
■ Compatibility: 5 V/TTL with 10 KΩ pull down resistors
■ Overvoltage protection: Diode clamping, -0.3 V to +5.3 V
■ Data transfers: bus-mastering DMA with A/D samples
5
1 A typical
GPIB & Bus
Expansion
■ Dimensions (not including connectors)
173 mm x 108 mm
6
Pin Assignment
BNC Connector Assignment: Analog Inputs & External Sine Wave Clock
Motion
Control
7
CH0
CH1
Real-time
Distributed
I/O
CH2
CH3
Ext. Sine Wave CLK
8
PAC
Pin Assignment
JP1 Pin Assignment: External Digital Clock, Digital Trigger & Digital Inputs
GND
Triggering
■ Analog Trigger
· Modes: pre-trigger, post-trigger, middle-trigger, delay-trigger
· Source: CH0, CH1, CH2 and CH3
· Slope: rising/falling
· Coupling: DC
· Trigger sensitivity: 256 steps in full-scale voltage range
■ Digital Triggering
· Modes: pre-trigger, post-trigger, middle-trigger, delay-trigger
· Source: external digital trigger
· Slope: rising edge
· Compatibility: 5 V/TTL
· Minimum pulse width: 25 ns
PCI-9810
2
4
6
8
10
1
3
5
7
9
D12
■ Accuracy: ±1.5% typical
■ DNL: ±0.4 LSB typical, ±1.0 LSB maximum
■ INL: ±1.9 LSB typical
■ Input coupling: DC
■ Trigger sources: software, analog and digital trigger (5 V/TTL compatible)
■ Trigger modes: software-trigger, pre-trigger, post-trigger,
middle-trigger & delay trigger
■ FIFO buffer size
· 32 k samples (PCI-9810 & PCI-9812)
· 128 k samples (PCI-9812A)
■ Data transfers: bus-mastering DMA
1.4 A typical
PCI-9812A
GND
±10 V
D11
1.25 kΩ
+5 V
Device
PCI-9812
GND
50 Ω
±2 V
Modular
Instruments
D10
15 MΩ
Overvoltage protection
GND
±5 V
50 Ω
Ext. Digital TRG
±1 V
Input Impedance
4
GND
Input RangeModel
PXI/PXIe
Ext. CIK
Analog Input
■ Number of channels: 4 single-ended Resolution
· 12-bit (PCI-9812 and PCI-9812A)
· 10-bit (PCI-9810)
■ Maximum sampling rate: 20 MS/s
■ Input signal ranges, impedance and overvoltage protection
General Specifications
■ I/O connector
· BNC x 5
· 10-pin ribbon male
■ Operating temperature: 0˚C to 40˚C
■ Storage temperature: -20˚C to 70˚C
■ Relative humidity: 5% to100%, non-condensing
■ Power requirements
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Ordering Information
■PCI-9810
4-CH 10-Bit 20 MS/s Simultaneous-Sampling Analog Input Card with 32 k-Sample A/D FIFO
■PCI-9812
4-CH 12-Bit 20 MS/s Simultaneous-Sampling Analog Input Card with 32 k-Sample A/D FIFO
■PCI-9812A
4-CH 12-Bit 20 MS/s Simultaneous-Sampling Analog Input Card with 128 k-Sample A/D FIFO
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PCI/PXI-9527
24-Bit High-Resolution Dynamic Signal Acquisition and Generation Modules
Introduction
The PCI/PXI-9527 is a high-performance, 2-CH analog input and 2-CH analog output dynamic signal acquisition module. This module is specifically designed for audio testing, acoustic measurement, and vibration
analysis applications.
The ADLINK PCI/PXI-9527 features two 24-bit simultaneous sampling analog input channels. The 24-bit
sigma-delta ADC provides a sampling rate up to 432 kS/s at high resolutions, making it ideal for higher
bandwidth dynamic signal measurements. The sampling rate can be adjusted by setting the module DDS clock
source to an appropriate frequency. All channels are sampled simultaneously and accept an input range from
±40 V to ±0.316 V. The PCI/PXI-9527 analog input supports software selectable AC or DC coupling and 4
mA bias current for integrated electronic piezoelectric (IEPE) sensors.
PCI-9527
PXI-9527
Features
■
The ADLINK PCI/PXI-9527 also has two channels of 24-bit resolution, high fidelity analog output. The outputs
occur simultaneously at software programmable rates up to 216 kS/s. A software programmable output range
of ±0.1 V, ±1 V, and ±10 V is available on the output channels.
■Dynamic Signal Assistant
PXI specifications Rev. 2.2 compliant (PXI-9527)
■ 24-bit Sigma-Delta ADC and DAC
ADLINK’s Dynamic Signal Assistant is a ready-to-run software utility designed for dynamic signal acquisition ■
2-CH simultaneous sampling analog input
modules, such as the PCI/PXI-9527. This software ■
2-CH simultaneous updated analog output
provides a windows-based configuration interface ■
432 KS/s maximum sampling rate with software
for setting parameters, in addition to a real-time programmable rate
visualized data display on the screen. An instrument-
■
Programmable input range: ±40 V, ±10 V, ±3.16 V, ±1 V, like user interface is also provided for basic waveform ±0.316 V
generation. The Dynamic Signal Assistant can also log ■
Programmable output range: ±10 V, ±1 V, ±0.1 V
data acquired from hardware modules. With the Dynamic ■
AC or DC input coupling, software selectable
Signal Assistant, signal acquisition and generation can be performed in just a few minutes without any programming ■
Trigger I/O connector for external digital trigger signal
effort.
■
Supports IEPE output on each analog input,
software-configurable
Specifications
Analog Input
■
Number of simultaneously sampled channels: 2
■
Input configuration: Differential or pseudo-differential, each channel independently software-selectable
■
Input impedance:
Differential
Pseudodifferential
Configuration
Configuration
Between positive
input and system
ground
1 MΩ
1 MΩ
Between negative
input and system
ground
1 MΩ
50 Ω
Input Impedance
■
Input coupling: AC or DC, software-selectable on each channel
■Supported Operating System
■
ADC resolution: 24-bit
■
ADC type: Delta-sigma
■Recommended Application Environments
■
Sampling rate: Up to 432 kS/s maximum,
2 kS/s to 432 kS/s in 454.7 µS/s increments
• Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7
• VB.NET/VC.NET/VB/VC++/BCB/Delphi
■Driver Support
• DAQPilot for Windows
• DAQPilot for LabVIEW™
• DASK for Windows
■Applications
• Audio testing
• Noise, vibration, and harshness testing
• Machine condition monitoring
• Structure vibration
■
Input signal range: ±0.316 V, ±1.00 V, ±3.16 V, ±10.0 V, ±40.0 V
■
Integrated Electronic Piezoelectric (IEPE)
· Current: 4 mA each channel
independently software-selectable
· IEPE compliance: 24 V
■
Data transfer: DMA
■
FIFO buffer size: 4096 samples shared for AI channels
■
Input Common Mode Range: ±10 V for both differential and pseudo-differential configuration
■
Overvoltage protection
· Differential input: ± 40 Vpk
· Pseudo-differential:
– Positive terminal: ± 40 Vpk
– Negative terminal: ± 10 Vpk
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AC couple bandwidth
100 Hz to 20 KHz, 200 kS/s
■
Onboard reference: +5 V
± 0.1 V
-89 dB
±1V
-101 dB
■
Temperature coefficient: ≦ ±5 ppm/°C
± 10 V
-101 dB
■
Recommend Warm-up time: 15 minute
Input
Range
Offset
(±mV)
±40 V
0.5
±10 V
0.2
±3.16 V
0.1
±1 V
0.05
· Software trigger
±0.316 V
0.05
AI Gain Error
930
2330
· External digital trigger
+12 V
310
350
±0.2%
■
Trigger mode:
· Post-trigger
· Delay-trigger
Analog trigger
· Source: AI0, AI1
· Trigger level: full scale input range
130 KHz
software selectable
· Trigger resolution: 24-bit
■
External digital trigger
· Source: front panel SMB connector
Analog Output
■
Number of output channels: 2
■
Output configuration:
Differential or pseudo-differential, each channel independently software-selectable
■
DAC resolution: 24-bit
■
DAC type: Delta-sigma
■
Update rate:
· Pulse width: 300 ns minimum
System Timebase Characteristics
■
Clock frequency: 80 MHz
■
Accuracy: ±20 ppm, over operating temperature FIFO buffer size: 2048 samples for each analog output channel
■
Output signal range: ±0.1 V, ±1 V, ±10 V
■
Voltage output coupling: DC
■
Minimum working load: 600 Ω
■
AO Offset error and gain error:
Description
1 meter SMB to SMB cable
1 meter SMB to BNC cable
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Motion
Control
Ordering Information
■PCI-9527
2-CH 24-Bit 432 kS/s High-Resolution Dynamic Signal Acquisition and Generation module for PCI bus
■PXI-9527
2-CH 24-Bit 432 kS/s High-Resolution Dynamic Signal Acquisition and Generation module for PXI bus
IO connector definition
■
Internal (on board): 125 MHz
AI0
■
External: PXI backplane 10 MHz (PXI version)
AI1
General Specifications
AO Gain Error
±0.1 V
±1 V
±10 V
±0.05 mV
±0.25 mV
±1 mV
0.4%
0.4%
0.4%
Output impedance:
7
Real-time
Distributed
I/O
8
PAC
■
I/O connector
Pseudodifferential
Configuration
Configuration
50 KΩ
10 KΩ
■
■
Dimensions (not including connectors)
· PCI-9527: 175 mm x 107 mm (W x H)
Analog output, -3dB bandwidth: 110 KHz
AO1
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Ext. Trig
PCI-9527
Communications
IO connector definition
· PXI-9527: 160 mm x 100 mm (W x H)
■
Operating Environment:
· Ambient temperature range: 0°C to 50°C
· Relative humidity range: 5% to 95%,
■
non-condensing
Storage Environment
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AI0
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AO0
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· Relative humidity range: 5% to 95%,
10 KΩ
Remote I/O
AO0
PCI Bus Signaling: Universal PCI, support 3.3 V · Ambient temperature range: -20°C to 80°C
50 Ω
9
and 5 V PCI signals
Differential
10 KΩ
Cable
Timebase source
· SMB x 1 for external trigger
AO Offset
Error
Between
positive and
negative
outputs
GPIB & Bus
Expansion
SMB-SMB-1M
SMB-BNC-1M
· BNC x 4 for analog inputs/outputs
Output Range
50 KΩ
Cable Accessories
range
1 kS/s to 216 kS/s in 227.3 μS/s increments
Between
negative output
and chassis
ground
Modular
Instruments
5
· Compatibility: 5 V TTL
· Trigger polarity: rising or falling edge
4
Certifications
EMC/EMI: CE, FCC Class A
· Trigger conditions: positive or negative trigger, Bandwidth (-3dB)
±40 V, ±10 V, ±3.16 V, ±1 V,
±0.316 V
■
< -100 dB
Input Range
■
+5 V
±30V~±0.316V
Analog Input Channel Bandwidth
Between
positive output
and chassis
ground
· Analog trigger
· PXI Trigger bus [0..7] (PXI-9527)
Measured with ±10 V input
Input signal is 18 Vpp @ 1KHz sine wave
■
Full Load (mA)
Trigger sources:
±0.5%
Adjacent channel
■
Power Rail
■
3
PXI/PXIe
Standby
Current
(mA)
±40V
Crosstalk
■Power Requirement
Triggers
· PXI Star trigger (PXI-9527)
Crosstalk
DAQ
Calibration
Output Range
Input
Range
AO THD+N
· -0.1dB cutoff frequency: 26 Hz
AI Offset Error
■
· -3dB cutoff frequency: 3.5 Hz
non-condensing
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PCI-9524
24-Bit Precision Load Cell Input Card
Introduction
The PCI-9524 is a robust, multi-purpose module designed for turnkey material test systems (MTS). Equipped with four
strain gauge-based full-bridge transducer input channels, four general purpose analog input channels, and a 3-axis motion
controller, the PCI-9524 delivers a complete hardware solution for MTS manufacturers. The PCI-9524 easily integrates
physical quantity measurement and implements strategy of software-based close-loop control in a single module
package. For transducer measurement, the PCI-9524 supports sensitivity from 1.0 mV/V to 4.0 mV/V and provides a
1/200000 accuracy of measurement of full scale. These features make the PCI-9524 suitable for precise measurement in
large-scale transducers.
The PCI-9524 is also equipped with four, 24-bit general purpose analog input channels that allow accurate measurements of the LVDT (Linear Variable Differential Transducer) and Linear wire potentiometer signals to achieve
high-resolution of displacement.
With motion control capability and 16-bit DA channels, the PCI-9524 comes with three stepper/servo motor axes and
two channels of hydraulic system control function. The built-in incremental encoder feedback channels enable the PCI-9524 to
implement the stratagem of MTS’ software-based closed-loop control.
The impressive PCI-9524 features permit easy implementation of required control or measurement functionalities
with just a single module, saving precious development and integration time for MTS manufacturers.
Features
Transducer Inputs for precise measurement
• 4-CH full-bridge load cell transducer inputs
• Accuracy up to 1/200,000 counts at full-scale
• Sensitivity from 1.0 mV/V to 4.0 mV/V
• 2.5/10 VDC excitation voltage, software selectable
• Internal 24-bit A/D resolution
■ Motion control interface for stepper and hydraulic
system control
• 3-axis PWM output with OUT/DIR and CW/CCW mode
• 2-CH 16-bit analog outputs
• A-B phase encoder input with 24-bit counter
■ General-Purpose Analog Inputs for accurate measurements of LVDT1 and linear wire potentiometer signals
• 4-CH analog input with 24-bit resolution
• Programmable gains of ±1.25 V, ±2.5 V, ±5 V, ±10 V
• Up to 30 kS/s sampling rate (single channel)
Specifications
■
Note 1: LVDT: Linear Variable Differential Transducer
■Supported Operating Systems
• Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7
• Linux
4-channel Load Cell Transducer Input
■
Excitation voltage: 2.5 V/10 VDC
■
Internal A/D resolution: 24-bit
■
Update speed when Auto-zero Disabled
· Up to 30 KSPS (single channel)
· Up to 1,638 SPS (multi-channel)
■
Update speed when Auto-zero Enabled
Analog Output
Transducer sensitivity: 1.0 mV/V to 4.0 mV/V
■
Number of channels: 1.6
■
Accuracy: 1/200000 of full scale
■
Onboard 256 samples A/D FIFO
PWM Output & Encoder Input
■
Number of axis: 3
■
■
■
■
Resolution: 16-bit
Output range: ±10 V
Number of channels: 2
Update rate: Up to 5 kS/s
Onboard 1 K samples D/A FIFO
Driving capability: 5 mA
■
Base clock: 40 MHz
■
Resolution: 32-bit
■
Interrupt Frequency: 40MHz / 2N; N=1~232
(with remote sense & auto zero enabled)
■
Hardware Timer Interrupt
· Up to 819 SPS (single channel or multi-channel)
■
General Specifications
■
5V power output current:
· ISO5VDD: max. 160 mA
Pulse output options: OUT/DIR and CW/CCW · ISOPWR: max. 16 mA
(26LS31, differential line driver, driving current: up to
■
I/O connector: Two 68-pin SCSI-VHDCI female
20 mA)
■
Operation Temperature: 0 to 45˚C
■
Power requirements: 5 V @ 2 A
■
Maximum output frequency: 500 kHz
■Recommended Application Environments
■
Encoder Input: 24-bit up/down counter for
incremental encoder feedback
■ Dimensions (not including connectors):
156 mm x 116 mm
• VB.NET/VC.NET/VB/VC++/BCB/Delphi
■Driver Support
• DAQPilot for Windows
• DAQPilot for LabVIEW™
• PCI-DASK for Windows
• PCI-DASK/X for Linux
General Purpose Analog Input
■
Resolution: 24-bit
■
Programmable range: ±1.25 V, ±2.5 V, ±5 V, ±10 V
■
Number of channels: 4
■
Sampling rate: 30 kS/s (non-multiplexing)
■
Onboard 256 samples A/D FIFO
■Applications
• Material test system
The combination of these features makes the PCI-9524 an ideal solution for material testing systems, CNC machines, and civil testing equipment. With all the required functions for measurement and control, the PCI-9524 greatly reduces system development and integration time.
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Isolated Digital Input
■
Number of channels: 8
Maximum input range (non-polarity): 0 V to 24 V
■ Input resistance: 2.7 KΩ
■
Isolated Digital Output
■
Number of channels: 8
Output type: Power MOSFET
■ Sink current: Up to 300 mA/channel
■
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How to Get 1/200,000 Accuracy
DAQ
It is common in the weight-scaling or material-testing industries to specify the resolution capability of a measurement device such as the ADLINK PCI-9524, in counts or digits,
rather than in bits. For example, a measurement device that is capable of resolving 1 in 1000 counts, can successfully register a 1-gram change on a 1-kg capacity load-cell transducer. Consequently, a measurement device that is capable of resolving 1 in 200,000 counts, can successfully register a 1-gram change on a 200 kg capacity load-cell transducer.
In practical applications, the sensitivity of load-cell transducers vary from model to model (typically from 1 to 4 mV/V), and the full-scale output range of a transducer is usually only
a fraction of the full-scale input range of a measurement device. The convenience of using counts rather than bits, is that the specified count achievable by a measurement device
is relative to the transducer’s full-scale output, rather than the full-scale input range of the analog input amplifier. Thus, theoretically, no matter what the sensitivity of the 200 kg
capacity load-cell transducer you are using, a 200,000 count measurement device can always resolve a 1-gram measurement. Please also note, as a weight/force indicator, the displayed counts or digits shall be flicker-free while the applied force is in steady state. Therefore, a measurement device specified to have a 200,000 count resolution, must guarantee
peak-to-peak system noise and short-term drift to below 1/200,000, or 5-ppm of the full-scale output range of the transducer.
The specified 200,000 count resolution capacity of ADLINK’s PCI-9524 is verified by a precision load-cell simulator utilizing 3 mV/V sensitivity, under 10-V excitation and using a
six-wire remote-sense connection. The auto-zero function is enabled throughout the acquisition, while the ADC sampling rate is set to 60 samples-per-second (the equivalent data
rate is 29 samples-per-second), and using an IIR post digital filter of 32 taps. Under these conditions, the peak-to-peak system noise and drift are well below 150 nV, the limit of 1 in
200,000 count resolution. The recording duration is 30 minutes, and the ambient temperature fluctuation is within ±1°C throughout.
Software-based Force Feedback Closed-loop Control
Force feedback closed-loop control is common in material test applications. The PCI-9524 supports the necessary control interfaces, including analog/pulse outputs and encoder/
analog inputs, as the best single board solution to implement closed-loop control based on user-defined software algorithms following fixed time intervals according to a software
timer or built-in hardware timer. Below is the basic control diagram.
Position
Command
Software-based
User-defined
Closed-loop Control
Algorithm
V command (analog output)
P command (pulse output)
Force/Position
Feedback
3
PXI/PXIe
4
Modular
Instruments
5
GPIB & Bus
Expansion
6
Actuator/Motor
Motion
Control
Load Cell
Encoder
LVDT
7
Real-time
Distributed
I/O
■DIN-68S-01
Terminal Board with One 68-pin SCSI-II Connector and DIN-Rail Mounting (Cables are not included; for
information on mating cables, please refer to
p2-63.)
■ACL-10568-1
68-pin SCSI-VHDCI cable (Mating with AMP-787082-7)
Ordering Information
■PCI-9524
24-Bit Precision Load Cell Input Card
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Pin Assignment
Terminal Boards & Cables
CN1
AI0+
VEXEC0+
VEXEC_SEN0+
N/A
AI1+
VEXEC1+
VEXEC_SEN1+
N/A
AI2+
VEXEC2+
VEXEC_SEN2+
N/A
AI3+
VEXEC3+
VEXEC_SEN3+
N/A
AGND
AI4+
AI5+
AI6+
AI7+
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
DA0_OUT
AGND
DA1_OUT
AGND
34
68
33
67
32
66
31
65
30
64
29
63
28
62
27
61
26
60
25
59
24
58
23
57
22
56
21
55
20
54
19
53
18
52
17
51
16
50
15
49
14
48
13
47
12
46
11
45
10
44
9
43
8
42
7
41
6
40
5
39
4
38
3
37
2
36
1
35
CN2
AI0VEXEC0VEXEC_SEN0N/A
AI1VEXEC1VEXEC_SEN1N/A
AI2VEXEC2VEXEC_SEN2N/A
AI1VEXEC1VEXEC_SEN1N/A
AGND
AI4AI5AI6AI7AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
PULSE0_A+
PULSE0_B+
ISO5VDD
PULSE1_A+
PULSE1_B+
ISO5VDD
PULSE2_A+
PULSE2_B+
ISO5VDD
ENC0_A+
ENC0_B+
ISOPWR
ENC1_A+
ENC1_B+
ISOPWR
ENC2_A+
ENC2_B+
ISOPWR
IDI0+
IDI1+
IDI2+
IDI3+
ISOPWR
IDI4+
IDI5+
IDI6+
IDI7+
ISOPWR
IDO0
IDO2
EXT_ISOPWR
ISOPWR
IDO4
IDO6
34
68
33
67
32
66
31
65
30
64
29
63
28
62
27
61
26
60
25
59
24
58
23
57
22
56
21
55
20
54
19
53
18
52
17
51
16
50
15
49
14
48
13
47
12
46
11
45
10
44
9
43
8
42
7
41
6
40
5
39
4
38
3
37
2
36
1
35
PAC
PULSE0_A
PULSE0_B
ISOGND
PULSE1_A
PULSE1_B
ISOGND
PULSE2_A
PULSE2_B
ISOGND
ENC0_A
ENC0_B
ISOGND
ENC1_A
ENC1_B
ISOGND
ENC2_A
ENC2_B
ISOGND
IDI0IDI1IDI2IDI3ISOGND
IDI4IDI5IDI6IDI7ISOGND
IDO1
IDO3
ISOGND
ISOGND
IDO5
IDO7
9
Remote I/O
10
Communications
11
Vision
12
Fanless
Embedded
Computers
13
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Industrial
Computers
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TE-5201
100 MS/s Arbitrary Waveform Generator
Introduction
The TE-5201 is a 100 MS/s, full performance, arbitrary waveform generator on a 3U PXI form factor. The
single channel AWG generates waveforms up to 2 MS in length. The clock in/clock out connector provides a
synchronized platform for up to six plug-in arbitrary generators, as well as for other plug-in instruments. Built in
sequencing technology links up to 4096 memory segments and repeats each segment up to 32 k times.
Specifications
Features
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
100 MS/s clock
10 digits resolution
Multiple instrument synchronization
14-bit vertical resolution
2 MS memory depth
Ultra fast waveform downloads using DMA
Low phase noise carrier
Internal trigger generation
Frequency agility: FSK, ramped FSK, sweep, FM
Sequence generator controls 128 k segments
■Operating Systems
• Windows Vista/XP/2000/2003
■Recommended Software
• ARBDetector
Multiple Instrument Synchronization
■ Description: Multiple instruments can be connected together and synchronized to provide multi-channel synchronization
■ Sample Clock
· Source: From Master card to slave boards through the local bus
· Range & Resolution: Same as Sample Clock range and resolution
· Initial Skew:<15 ns to the first master;15 ns cumulative to additional slaves
■ Sample Clock: Internal
· Range: 50 S/s to 100 MS/s
· Resolution: 10 digits limited by 1 μHz
· Accuracy: Same as reference
· Stability: Same as reference
- Standard
System clock > 0.01% (100 ppm)
- Option
System clock > 0.0001% (1 ppm TCXO) initial tolerance over a 19°C to 29°C temperature
Range; 1 ppm/ °C below 19°C and above 29°C ; 1 ppm/year aging rate
- External
10 MHz TTL, 50% ±2% duty cycle
Sample Clock Modulation
■ FM
· Description: Sample clock can be frequency modulated by internal waveforms that are resident in internal
memory (fixed waveforms)
· Modulation Source: Internal sine square, triangle and ramp
· Modulation Freq. Range: 2 mHz to 100 kHz
- Resolution: 10 digits
- Accuracy: 0.1%
· Peak Freq. Deviation: DC 50 MHz
· Advance: Automatic, triggered, gated or software command
· Marker
- Output and level same as SYNC output.
- Position: Fixed at carrier frequency
FM-Downloaded Arbitrary Waveforms
■ Description: Sample clock can be frequency modulated arbitrary waveforms that are downloaded by the user (user waveforms)
■ Modulation Source: User waveform, any shape, 10 to 20000 waveform points
■ Mod. Sample Clock Range: 1 mS/s
· Resolution: 7 digits
· Accuracy: 0.1%
■ Peak Sample Clock Dev: DC to100 MHz
■ Advance: Automatic, triggered, gated or software command
■ Marker:
· Output and Level: Same as SYNC output
· Position: Programmable for selected sample clock frequency
■ Waveform Download: 5 M points per second.
FSK
■ Description: Current segment is sampled continuously. External low TTL level programs carrier sample clock, external high TTL level programs shifted sample clock frequency. Sample clock changes coherently between frequencies. FSK operates in arbitrary waveforms only.
■ Carrier Sample Clock Range: 50 S/s to 100 MS/s
■ FSK Stimuli
· External: Front panel Trigger input BNC
· Low level = carrier sample clock
· High level = hop frequency
■ Frequency: Ranges from 10 MHz to DC
■ Internal: Same as internal trigger range
■ FSK Delay: Minimum 1 waveform cycle +50 ns
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Waveform Generator
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Ramped FSK
■ Description: Same as FSK except carrier sample clock ramps to shifted frequency at a rate defined by the ramp time parameter. External low TTL level programs carrier sample clock, external high TTL level programs shifted frequency
■ Ramp Time Range 10 μs to 1 s, 3 digits, ±0.1%
Sweep
■ Description: Sample clock sweeps continuously from start to stop, at a rate defined by the sweep time. More complex sweep modes and types can
be generated using the FM mode in conjunction with the FM composer program
■ Type: Linear or logarithmic
■ Direction: Up or down, depending on the start and stop setting
■ Range: 50 mS/s to 100 MS/s
■ Time: 1 ms to 1000 s, 7 digits, ±0.1%
■ Advance: Automatic, triggered, gated or software command
■ Marker
· Output and Level: Same as SYNC output.
· Position: Programmable for selected frequency
Operating Modes
■ Normal: Continuous waveform is generated
■ Triggered: Each input cycle generates a single output cycle
■ Gated: External signal enables generator.
First output cycle synchronous with the active slope of the triggering signal. Last cycle of output waveform always completed
■ External Burst: Preset number of up to 128 k cycles stimulated by an internal, or external.
This mode is not available in Sequencer mode
Trigger Sources
■ External · Input: Front panel BNC
· Level: TTL
· Slope Positive or negative, programmable
· Frequency: 5 MHz to DC
■ Internal · Range: 100 mHz to 2 MHz
· Resolution: 7 digits
· Accuracy: 0.1%
■ Backplane: TTL Trig0 through TTL Trig7, STAR
■ Software: SCPI command
System Delay
■ Trigger to waveform out: 1 Sample Clock +120 ns
Standard Waveforms Library
■ Waveforms: Sine, Triangle, Square, Pulse, Ramp, Sinc, Gaussian Pulse, Exponential decay/Rise Pulse, Noise, DC
■ Frequency Range: Waveform dependent
Arbitrary Waveform
■ Waveform Memory: 1 M points, 2 M points optional
■ Memory Segmentation
· Number of Segments: 1 to 64 K (128 K with 2 Mb option)
· Min Segment Size: 16 points
· Memory Interleave: 4 (All trace lengths must be multiples of 4)
· Vertical Resolution: 14 bits (16,384 points)
■ Sine Wave Performance
Sine wave performance is measured using the maximum sample clock rate, at
5 Vpp, the maximum amplitude resolution of the DAC (14-bit) and without filters. Spectrum analyzer settings: Start frequency = 0 MHz; stop frequency = 50 MHz
(Nyquist frequency)
■ Sine wave Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.3% to 1 MHz
■ Harmonics and non-related spurious
■ Below 10 MHz
· <-55 dBc for carrier frequencies <1 MHz
· <-40 dBc for carrier frequencies <5 MHz
· <-25 dBc for carrier frequencies <25 MHz
Sequenced Arbitrary Waveform
■ Operation: Permits division of the memory bank into smaller segments. Segments may be linked, and repeated in user-configurable fashion to generate extremely long waveforms
■ Advance Modes
· Automatic Sequence Advance: No triggers required to step from one segment to the next. Sequence is repeated continuously through a pre-programmed sequence table. Stepped Sequence Advance: Current segment is sampled con
tinuously, external trigger advances to next programmed segment. Control input is TRIG IN connector
· Single Sequence Advance: Current segment is sampled to the end of the segment including repeats and idles there. Next trigger advances to next segment. Control input is the TRIG IN connector
· Mixed Sequence Advance: Each step of a sequence can be programmed to advance either a) automatically (Automatic Sequence Advance), or b) with a trig
ger (Stepped Sequence Advance)
■ Advance Source: External, internal, or soft trigger
■ Sequencer steps from: 1 to 4096
■ Segment loops from: 1 to 128 k
3
PXI/PXIe
4
Modular
Instruments
Outputs
■
Number of Output Channel: 1
■ Waveform Output
· Connector: Front panel BNC
· Stand-by: Output Off or Normal
· Impedance: 50 Ω, ±1%
· Protection: Protected against temporary short to case ground
· Amplitude:
- Range: 80 mVpp to 8 Vpp, at 50 Ω load; 160 mVpp to 16 Vpp, for open circuits
- Resolution: 3.5 digits
- Accuracy (1 kHz):
- ±(1%+25 mV), 1.000 V to 10 Vpp
- ±(1%+5 mV), 80 mV to 999.9 mVpp
· Offset: Offset is attenuated with amplitude
- Range: 0 to ±3.6 V, amplitude dependent
- Resolution: 22 mV
■ Accuracy
· ±4 V window ±(1% of reading +1% if amplitude +2 mV)
· ±400 mV window ±(1% of reading +1% if amplitude +200 μV)
· Filters: 25 MHz and 50 MHz, 7-pole elliptic
Square Wave, Pulse
■ Rise/Fall time:<10 ns,10% to 90% of amplitude
■ Aberration: < 5%
■ SYNC/Marker Output Description: Provides dual functionality. All functions and modes, this output generates sync. pulse, which is synchronous with the output wave
form. In FM and sweep modes only, this output generates a marker having properties similar to the sync pulse output
■ Connector: Front panel BNC
■ Impedance: 50 Ω, ±1%
■ Level: > 2 V into 50 Ω, 4 V nominal into 10 kΩ
■ Protection: Protected against temporary short to case ground
■ Position: Point 0 to n, Programmable with 4-point resolution
Sine Output
■ Description: An output that is directly derived from the sample clock generator and has an output frequency equal to the programmed sample clock frequency. This output generates sine waveforms that corresponds to sample clock setting, including modulated waveform, such as FM, sweep and FSK
■ Connector: Front panel SMB
■ Impedance: 50 Ω, ±1%
■ Level: 1 V into 50 Ω
■ Protection: Protected against temporary short to case ground
■ Source: Sample clock frequency
■ Frequency Range and Resolution: Same as Sample clock
■ Flatness: -3 dB at 100 MHz
■ Total Harmonic Distortion: <40 dBc to 1 MHz
■ Harmonics & non-related spurious: <50 dBc to 10 MHz
<38 dBc to 100 MHz
Trigger Input
■ Connector: Front panel BNC
■ Threshold Level: TTL
■ Slope: Positive or negative going edge
■
■
Impedance: 10 k., ±5%
Minimum Pulse Width: 20 ns
10 MHz Reference Input
■
■
Connector: Front panel SMB
Threshold Level: TTL
Ordering Information
■
■
Impedance: 10 kΩ, ±5%
Duty Cycle: 50%, ±5%
5
GPIB & Bus
Expansion
6
Motion
Control
7
Real-time
Distributed
I/O
8
PAC
9
Remote I/O
10
Communications
11
Vision
12
Fanless
Embedded
Computers
13
cPCI &
Industrial
Computers
■TE-5201
100 MS/s Arbitrary Waveform Generator
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Switch Introduction
Introduction
To meet the needs of a wide range of uses in the measurement and automation field, switches come in a
variety of types and sizes for versatile applications. It is important to understand the different types of switches
available before selecting the most appropriate switch configuration.
Characteristics
Switches are generally separated into 3 forms, single-pole single-throw (SPST), single-pole double-throw
(SPDT), and double-pole double-throw (DPDT). The pole is the source wire, while the throw refers to the
switch position. A direct application of SPST switches is to close or open a circuitry (Figure 1). A SPDT
switch has one source wire and two switch positions. The contact of the SPDT switch stays on the normally
closed (NC) position. When the SPDT switch is excited, then the contact changes the position to the normally
open (NO) position (Figure 2). The DPDT switch consists of 2 SPDT switches operating at the same time.
The other classification of switches is done by forms, Form A, Form B, Form C and Form D. Form A refers to
a normally open SPST switch, while Form B refers to a normally closed SPST switch. In Figure 1, the normally
open SPST switch is called a 1 Form A switch.
PXI-7901, General-Purpose Switch
1 Form A, SPST
1 Form B
(normally open)
(normally closed)
1 Form A, SPST
1 Form B
(normally open)
(normally closed)
Figure 1 (Form A, Form B)
Figure 1 (Form A, Form B)
Form C is a single-pole double-throw (SPDT) switch with "break-before-make" functionality, while Form D is
also a SPDT switch, but with "make-before-break" functionality. In Figure 2, the switch on the left is a "1 Form
C", which chooses two signals to connect with the source wire; the switch on the right is a "2 Form C" switch,
which is DPDT as previously described.
PXI-7921, 24-CH 2-Wire Multiplexer
NC
NC
NO
NC
NO
NC
NC
NO
1 Form
1 Form
A, A,
SPST
SPST
(normally
(normally
open)
open)
Figure
Figure
1 (Form
1 (Form
A, A,
Form
Form
B)B)
NO
NC
NO
2 Form C, DPDT
1 Form C, SPDT
1 Form
1 Form
BB
(normally
(normally
closed)
closed)
NO
2 Form C, DPDT
1 Form C, SPDT
Figure 2 (Form C, 2 Form C)
NCNC
Figure 2 (Form C, 2 Form C)
NONO
NCNC
NCNC
NONO
Functions
1 2 .
. n
General-Purpose (GP) Switches
General purpose switches contain several independent relays which
are
isolated
from
other. GP switches
1
1 2 .
. each
n
are commonly used to connect one input to one output and are
2 usually built with Form A or Form C relays.
The normal usage of GP switches is to turn on or turn off devices,
. 1 such as motors, fans, heaters, and lights.
1 Form
1 Form
C,C,
SPDT
SPDT
PXI-7931, 4x8 2-Wire
Matrix
2 Form
2 Form
C,C,
DPDT
DPDT
Figure
Figure
2 (Form
2 (Form
C,C,
2 Form
2 Form
C)C)
2
.
Multiplexers (MUX)
.
In test applications, the quantity of instruments is usually lowermdue
. to high cost. Thus, to connect multiple
1-wire
m to
x nmake the maximum
units under test (UUT) with
the testing instrument, a multiplexer is always1-wire,
the choice
m
utilization of the instruments. A 1-wire multiplexer routes single-ended signals to one point, and a 2-wire
1-wire
1 2 1-wire,
.
. m
n xn
multiplexer selects differential signals. A 4-wire multiplexer is usually used to measure low resistance or RTDs.
The instruments which are often used with multiplexer include1 DMM,1 digitizer
2 . and. signal
n source, such as
AWG, to provide both measurement and excitation.
2
1 12 2 . . . . n n
1 1
2 2
. .
. .
m m
1-wire
1-wire
.1
Matrix
.2
Matrix switches provide the most versatile switching capacity among
these function topologies. In the matrix,
.
mUnlike the multiplexer, the matrix can connect
any input can connect to any output individually or in combination.
.
2-wire
xn
the source or measurement
instrument to multiple UUTs at themsame time.2-wire,
Matrix' m
advantage
is the save of
wiring. When users
want
to
change
the
configurations
of
measurement
or
excitation,
users
just
change the
2-wire
2-wire,
mxn
Figure 3 (Multiplexer)
Figure
4 (Matrix)
internal connection path, and do not have to manually reconfigure the wiring.
Figure 3 (Multiplexer)
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Figure 4 (Matrix)
1-wire,
1-wire,
mm
x nx n
1 12 2 . . . . n n
1 1
2 2
. .
. .
m m
2-wire
2-wire
2-wire,
2-wire,
mm
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Figure
Figure
3 (Multiplexer)
3 (Multiplexer)
Figure
Figure
4 (Matrix)
4 (Matrix)
NONO
Switches
PXI-7901
1
Software &
Utilities
16-CH General-Purpose SPDT Relay Module
2
DAQ
Introduction
ADLINK’s PXI-7901 is a general-purpose (GP) switch module implementing 16-CH independent single-pole
double-throw (SPDT) relays (1 Form C). The PXI-7901 can connect one input to one output and be used as
signal switching and routing for measurement systems or ATE. Thanks to its high switching capacity, PXI-7901 can
also be used to turn on or turn off devices such as motors, fans, heaters, and lights.
The contact position of the relays can be changed either by direct software commands or by following the
instructions previously stored in the onboard scan list. The scan list advances upon the trigger from external
measurement devices, such as a DMM. The scan list could also advance when the scan-delay timer expires.
In the PXI-7901, PXI trigger functions are supported and software programmable. Multiple modules can
therefore be synchronized without additional field wiring.
Specifications
Ordering Information
Relay Characteristics
Features
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
PXI specifications Rev. 2.2 compliant
3U Eurocard form factor, CompactPCI compliant
(PICMG 2.0 R3.0)
PICMG 2.1 R2.0 CompactPCI Hot Swap specifications compliant
16-CH SPDT (1 Form C) non-latching relays
Switching capacity
• 3 A switching, 3 A carrying
• 220 VDC, 250 VAC
125 operations per second for full settling
Onboard 1 k-sample scan list for deterministic scanning
Handshaking signals for external instruments synchronization
Design for safety-critical applications
Hardware emergency shutdown with programmable relay safety status
Watchdog timer from 1 ms to 420 s with programmable relay safety status
8 auxiliary 3.3 V/TTL digital inputs/outputs with 5 V tolerance
Multiple modules synchronization through PXI trigger bus and star trigger
Fully software programmable
■ Number of channels: 16
■ Relay type: SPDT (1 Form C), non-latching
■ Switching capacity
· Max. switching current: 3 A
· Max. switching voltage: 220 VDC, 250 VAC
· Max. switching power: 50 VA, 60 W
· Max. carrying current: 3 A
■ Contact resistance: 150 mΩ max.
■ Relay set/reset time
· Operate time: 5 ms max.
· Release time: 5 ms max.
· Bounce time: 3 ms max.
■ Expected life
· Mechanical life: 108 operations min.
· Electrical life: 105 operations min.
(0.4 A @ 125 VAC, resistive load)
■ Data transfer: Programmed I/O
■PXI-7901
16-CH General-Purpose SPDT Relay Module
* Failure rate indicates the lower limit of switching
capacity of a relay contact at a reliability level of 60%
Terminal Boards & Cables
■TB-6201-01
General-Purpose Switch Terminal Board with
one 62-Pin D-Sub Female Connector
■ACL-10262
62-pin D-sub male/female cable, 1 M
(For more information about mating cables, please refer
to P4-28.)
PXI/PXIe
4
Modular
Instruments
5
GPIB & Bus
Expansion
6
Motion
Control
7
Real-time
Distributed
I/O
8
Auxiliary Digital I/O
PAC
■
3
Numbers of channel: 8 inputs/outputs
■ Compatibility: 3.3 V/TTL (5 V tolerant)
Terminal board TB-6201-01
Handshaking Signals
Pin Assignment
9
■ Programmable polarity
■ Logic level: 3.3 V/TTL (5 V tolerant)
■ TRG_IN source: AUX1, PXI trigger bus,
PXI star trigger input
■ S_ADV destination: AUX0, PXI trigger bus,
PXI star trigger outputs (in the star trigger slot)
22. COM0
43. NO0
23. COM1
1. NC0
44. NO1
24. COM2
2. NC1
Safety Functions
45. NO2
25. COM3
3. NC2
Emergency shutdown
· Logic level: 3.3 V/TTL (5 V tolerant)
· Active: logic low
■ Watchdog timer
· Base clock available: 10 MHz, fixed
· Counter width: 32-bit
46. NO3
26. COM4
4. NC3
47. NO4
27. COM5
5. NC4
48. NO5
28. COM6
6. NC5
49. NO6
29. COM7
7. NC6
50. NO7
30. COM8
8. NC7
11
■Driver Support
General Specifications
51. NO8
31. COM9
9. NC8
Vision
52. NO
32. COM10
10. NC9
53. NO10
33. COM11
11. NC10
54. NO11
34. COM12
12. NC11
55. NO12
35. COM13
13. NC12
■
■
■
■Operating Systems
• Windows Vista/XP/2000/2003
■Recommended Software
• VB/VC++/BCB/Delphi
• DAQBench
• ADL-SWITCH for Windows
■
■
I/O Connector: 62-pin D-sub male
■ Operating temperature: 0˚C to 55˚C
■ Storage temperature: -20˚C to 70˚C
■ Relative humidity: 5% to 85% non-condensing
■ Power requirements: (when all relays are ON)
+5 V
+3.3 V
56. NO13
36. COM14
14. NC13
PXI-7901
700 mA
400 mA
57. NO14
37. COM15
15. NC14
58. NO15
38. N/C
16. NC15
59. N/C
39. N/C
17. N/C
60. AUX3
40. AUX4
18. AUX2/SHDNn
61. AUX6
41. +5Vout
19. AUX5
62. AUX7
42. AUX1/TRG_IN
20. GND
Certifications
■
Remote I/O
Device
■ Dimensions (not including connectors)
· 160 mm x 100 mm
CN1
EMC/EMI: CE, FCC Class A
10
Communications
12
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PXI-7921
24-CH 2-Wire Multiplexer Module
Introduction
ADLINK’s PXI-7921 is a relay multiplexer which consists of 24 2-wire relays (DPDT, 2 Form C). As a multiplexer,
the PXI-7921 provides 48x1 1-wire, 24x1 2-wire and 12x1 4-wire configurations. Users could choose one of the
configurations by software. The PXI-7921 typically connects one instrument, such as a DMM, a digitizer or a signal
source, with many points which need measurement or excitation.
The contact position of the relays can be changed either by direct software commands or by following the
instructions previously stored in the onboard scan list. The scan list advances upon the trigger from external
measurement devices, such as a DMM. The scan list could also advance when the scan-delay timer expires. In
the PXI-7921, PXI trigger functions are supported and software programmable. Multiple modules can therefore
be synchronized without additional field wiring.
Specifications
Ordering Information
Source Wire
Multiplexer
1-wire
One 48x1
One 24x1,
2-wire
Features
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
PXI specifications Rev. 2.2 compliant
3U Eurocard form factor, CompactPCI compliant
(PICMG 2.0 R3.0)
PICMG 2.1 R2.0 CompactPCI Hot Swap specifications compliant
24-CH DPDT (2 Form C) non-latching relays
Switching capacity
• 2 A switching, 2 A carrying
• 220 VDC, 125 VAC
Onboard 1 k-sample scan list for deterministic scanning
Handshaking signals for external instruments synchronization
Design for safety-critical applications
Hardware emergency shutdown with programmable relay safety status
Watchdog timer from 1 ms to 420 s with programmable relay safety status
Multiple modules synchronization through PXI trigger bus and star trigger
Fully software programmable
■Operating Systems
• Windows Vista/XP/2000/2003
■Recommended Software
• DAQBench
■Driver Support
• ADL-SWITCH for Windows
One 12x1
Terminal Boards & Cables
Relay Characteristics
■ Number of channels: 24 (2-wire)
■ Relay type: DPDT (2 Form C), non-latching
■ Switching capacity
· Max. switching current: 2 A
· Max. switching voltage: 220 VDC, 125 VAC
· Max. switching power: 60 W
· Max. carrying current: 2 A
■ Contact resistance: 100 mΩ max.
■ Relay set/reset time
· Operate time: 4 ms max.
· Release time: 4 ms max.
■ Expected life
· Mechanical life: 108 operations min.
· Electrical life : 5x105 operations min.
(1 A @ 30 VDC, resistive load)
■ Data transfer: programmed I/O
Handshaking Signals
■ Programmable polarity
■ Logic level: 3.3 V/TTL (5 V tolerant)
■ TRG_IN source: PXI trigger bus, PXI star trigger input
■ S_ADV destination: PXI trigger bus,
PXI star trigger outputs (in the star trigger slot)
Safety Functions
■
Emergency shutdown
· Logic level: 3.3 V/TTL (5 V tolerant)
· Active with logic low
■ Watchdog timer
· Base clock available: 10 MHz, fixed
· Counter width: 32-bit
General Specifications
■
I/O Connector: 62-pin D-sub male
■ Operating temperature: 0˚C to 55˚C
■ Storage temperature: -20˚C to 70˚C
■ Relative humidity: 5% to 85% non-condensing
■ Power requirements: (when all relays are ON)
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■TB-6221-01
Multiplexer Switch Terminal Board with One
62-Pin D-Sub Female Connector
■ACL-10262
62-pin D-sub male/female cable, 1 M
(For more information about mating cables,
please refer to P4-28.)
Pin Assignment
CN1
22. +5Vout
43. COM2+ 23. CH8+ 1. CH0+
44. COM2- 24. CH8- 2. CH0-
45. COM3+
25. CH9+ 3. CH1+
46. COM3- 26. CH9- 4. CH1-
47. CH18+ 27. CH10+ 5. CH2+
48. CH18- 28. CH10- 6. CH2-
49. CH19+ 29. CH11+ 7. CH3+
50. CH19- 30. CH11- 8. CH3-
51. CH20+ 31. CH12+ 9. CH4+
52. CH20- 32. CH12- 10. CH4-
53. CH21+ 33. CH13+ 11. CH5+
54. CH21- 34. CH13- 12. CH5-
55. CH22+ 35. CH14+ 13. COM0+
56. CH22- 36. CH14- 14. COM0-
57. CH23+ 37. CH15+ 15. COM1+
58. CH23- 38. CH15- 16. COM1-
59. 1WireloRef 39. CH16+ 17. CH6+
60. TRG_IN 18. CH6-
40. CH16- 61. S_ADV 41. CH17+ 19. CH7+
Device
+5 V
+3.3 V
62. SHDNn 42. CH17- 20. CH7-
PXI-7921
1A
400 mA
Certifications
* Failure rate indicates the lower limit of switching
capacity of a relay contact at a reliability level of 60%
Two 12x1, Four 6x1
4-wire
• VB/VC++/BCB/Delphi
■PXI-7921
24-CH 2-Wire Multiplexer Module
EMC/EMI: CE, FCC Class A
21. GND
Switches
PXI-7931
1
Software &
Utilities
4x8 2-Wire Matrix Module
2
DAQ
Introduction
ADLINK’s PXI-7931 is a matrix module with 32 cross-point 2-wire relays (DPDT, 2 Form C). The default
configuration of the PXI-7931 is a 4-group 2x4 2-wire matrix. With the terminal board, TB-6231-01,
users could flexibly choose one of the configurations: one 4x8, two 4x4, one 2x16, two 2x8 and four 2x4. Any
contact of the PXI-7931 can connect to other contacts, individually or in combination. The PXI-7931 matrix
module simplifies the wiring and makes it easy to change the internal connection path.
The contact position of the relays can be changed either by direct software commands or by following the
instructions previously stored in the onboard scan list. The scan list advances upon the trigger from external
measurement devices, such as a DMM. The scan list could also advance when the scan-delay timer expires.
In the PXI-7931 the PXI trigger functions are supported and software programmable. Multiple modules can
therefore be synchronized without additional field wiring.
Specifications
Ordering Information
Source Wire
Multiplexer
One 4x8, Two 4x4, One
2-wire
Features
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
PXI specifications Rev. 2.2 compliant
3U Eurocard form factor, CompactPCI
compliant (PICMG 2.0 R3.0)
PICMG 2.1 R2.0 CompactPCI Hot Swap
specifications compliant
Configuration determined by terminal board
Up to 32 cross-point DPDT (2 Form C) non-latching relays
Contact rating
• 2 A switching, 2 A carrying
• 220 VDC, 125 VAC
Onboard 1 k-sample scan list for deterministic scanning
Handshaking signals for external instruments
synchronization
Design for safety-critical applications
Hardware emergency shutdown with programmable relay safety status
Watchdog timer from 1 ms to 420 s with programmable relay safety status
8 auxiliary 3.3 V/TTL digital inputs/outputs with
5 V tolerance
Multiple modules synchronization through
PXI trigger bus and star trigger
Versatile matrix configuration with terminal board
Fully software programmable
■Operating Systems
• Windows Vista/XP/2000/2003
■Recommended Software
• VB/VC++/BCB/Delphi
• DAQBench
■Driver Support
• ADL-SWITCH for Windows
■PXI-7931
4x8 2-Wire Matrix Module
2x16, Two 2x8, Four 2x4
■ Number of cross points: 32 (2-wire)
■ Relay type: DPDT (2 Form C), non-latching
■ Switching capacity
· Max. switching current: 2 A
· Max. switching voltage: 220 VDC, 125 VAC
· Max. switching power: 60 W
· Max. carrying current: 2 A
■ Contact resistance: 100 mΩ max.
■ Relay set/reset time
· Operate time: 4 ms max.
· Release time: 4 ms max.
■ Expected life
· Mechanical life: 108 operations min.
· Electrical life : 5x105 operations min.
(1 A @ 30 VDC, resistive load)
■ Data transfer: programmed I/O
Pin Assignment
2x4x4 configuration
Auxiliary Digital I/O
■
Numbers of channel: 8 inputs/outputs
■ Compatibility: 3.3 V/TTL (5 V tolerant)
Handshaking Signals
■ Programmable polarity
■ Logic level: 3.3 V/TTL (5 V tolerant)
■ TRG_IN source: AUX1, PXI trigger bus, PXI star
trigger input
■ S_ADV destination: AUX0, PXI trigger bus,
■ PXI star trigger outputs (star trigger slot)
Safety Functions
■
Emergency shutdown
· Logic level: 3.3 V/TTL (5 V tolerant)
· Active: logic low
■ Watchdog timer
· Base clock available: 10 MHz, fixed
· Counter width: 32-bit
General Specifications
■
I/O Connector: 62-pin D-sub male
Operating temperature: 0˚C to 55˚C
■ Storage temperature: -20˚C to 70˚C
■ Relative humidity: 5% to 85% non-condensing
■ Power requirements: (when all relays are ON)
■
23. C8- 1. R0+
44. C0-
24. C9+ 2. R0-
45. C1+ 25. C9-
3. R1+
46. C1- 26. C10+
4. R1-
47. C2+ 27. C10- 5. R2+
48. C2- 28. C11+ 6. R2-
49. C3+ 29. C11- 7. R3+
50. C3- 30. C12+
8. R3-
51. C4+ 31. C12-
9. R4+
52. C4- 32. C13+ 10. R4-
53. C5+ 33. C13- 11. R5+
54. C5- 34. C14+
12. R5-
55. C6+ 35. C14- 13. R6+
56. C6- 36. C15+
14. R6-
57. C7+ 37. C15- 15. R7+
58. C7- 38. N/C 16. R7-
59. N/C 39. N/C 17. N/C
60. AUX3
40. AUX4
18. AUX2/SHDNn
61. AUX6
41. +5Vout 19. AUX5
62. AUX7
42. AUX1/TRG_IN
20. GND
21. AUX0/S_ADV
Terminal Boards & Cables
4
Modular
Instruments
5
6
Motion
Control
7
Real-time
Distributed
I/O
8
PAC
9
Remote I/O
10
Communications
11
Vision
■TB-6231-01
12
Fanless
Embedded
Computers
Multiplexer Switch Terminal Board with One
62-Pin D-Sub Female Connector
Device
+5 V
+3.3 V
■ACL-10262
1A
400 mA
62-pin D-sub male/female cable, 1 M
(For more information about mating cables,
please refer to P4-28.)
Certifications
■
22. C8+
43. C0+ PXI-7931
■ Dimensions
160 mm x 100 mm (not including connectors)
PXI/PXIe
GPIB & Bus
Expansion
* Failure rate indicates the lower limit of switching
capacity of a relay contact at a reliability level of 60%
Relay Characteristics
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