USB-7230/7250 USB 2.0-based Digital I/O Module v. 2.00

USB-7230/7250 USB 2.0-based Digital I/O Module v. 2.00
USB-7230/7250
USB 2.0-based Digital I/O Module
User’s Manual
Manual Rev.:
2.00
Revision Date:
Nov. 16, 2012
Part No:
50-1Z138-2000
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Revision History
Revision
Release Date Description of Change(s)
2.00
Nov. 16, 2012 Initial release
USB-7230/7250
Preface
Copyright 2012 ADLINK Technology, Inc.
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without prior written permission of the manufacturer.
Disclaimer
The information in this document is subject to change without prior
notice in order to improve reliability, design, and function and does
not represent a commitment on the part of the manufacturer.
In no event will the manufacturer be liable for direct, indirect,
special, incidental, or consequential damages arising out of the
use or inability to use the product or documentation, even if
advised of the possibility of such damages.
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Conventions
Take note of the following conventions used throughout this
manual to make sure that users perform certain tasks and
instructions properly.
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Additional information, aids, and tips that help users perform
tasks.
NOTE:
CAUTION:
WARNING:
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Information to prevent minor physical injury, component damage, data loss, and/or program corruption when trying to complete a task.
Information to prevent serious physical injury, component
damage, data loss, and/or program corruption when trying to
complete a specific task.
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Table of Contents
Revision History...................................................................... ii
Preface .................................................................................... iii
List of Figures ....................................................................... vii
List of Tables.......................................................................... ix
1 Introduction ........................................................................ 1
1.1
Overview.............................................................................. 1
1.2
Features............................................................................... 1
1.3
Applications ......................................................................... 2
1.4
Specifications....................................................................... 2
1.4.1
General Specifications................................................ 2
1.4.2
Digital Input (DI).......................................................... 2
1.4.3
Digital Output (DO) ..................................................... 3
1.5
Software Support ................................................................. 4
1.6
Driver Support for Windows................................................. 4
1.7
Utilities for Windows ............................................................ 5
1.8
Schematics and Dimensions ............................................... 6
1.9
1.8.1
Module........................................................................ 6
1.8.2
Module Stand ............................................................. 9
1.8.3
Rail Mounting............................................................ 15
1.8.4
Wall Mounting........................................................... 18
Connector Pin Assignment ................................................ 20
2 Getting Started ................................................................. 23
2.1
Unpacking Checklist .......................................................... 23
2.2
Connecting the USB-7230/7250 Module ........................... 23
2.3
Device ID ........................................................................... 24
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3 Operations ......................................................................... 27
3.1
Isolated Digital Input .......................................................... 28
3.2
Change of State (COS) Detection...................................... 29
3.3
Optical Isolated Frequency/Event Counter ........................ 31
3.4
Digital Filtering ................................................................... 33
3.5
Isolated Digital Output (USB-7230 only) ............................ 34
3.6
Relay Output (USB-7250 only) .......................................... 35
Important Safety Instructions............................................... 37
Getting Service ...................................................................... 39
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USB-7230/7250 Module Rear View............................ 6
USB-7230/7250 Module Side View ............................ 7
USB-7230 Module Front View .................................... 8
USB-7250 Module Front View .................................... 9
Module, Stand, Connector, and USB Cable ............. 10
Module, Stand, & Wall Mount Kit Side View (w/ connections)11
Module in Stand Front View ..................................... 12
Module Stand Top View ........................................... 13
Module Stand Side Cutaway View ........................... 14
Module Stand Front View ......................................... 14
Rail Mount Kit ........................................................... 15
Module Pre-Rail Mounting ........................................ 16
Module Rail-Mounted ............................................... 17
Wall Mount Holes ..................................................... 18
Module with Wall Mount Apparatus .......................... 19
Device ID Selection Control...................................... 24
USB-7230 Functional Block Diagram ....................... 27
USB-7250 Functional Block Diagram ....................... 28
USB-7230 Isolated Input .......................................... 29
USB-7250 Isolated Input .......................................... 29
COS Detection Architecture ..................................... 30
COS Example........................................................... 31
USB-7230/7250 Optical Isolated Frequency/Event Counter31
Frequency Counter Example.................................... 32
Frequency Counter Error %...................................... 33
Digital Filter Example................................................ 34
USB-7230 Isolated Output........................................ 35
Form C Relay ........................................................... 35
Form A Relay............................................................ 35
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Table
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Table
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USB-7230 Pin Assignment ............................................ 20
USB-7230 I/O Signal Description .................................. 21
USB-7250 Pin Assignment ............................................ 22
USB-7250 I/OSignal Description ................................... 22
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Introduction
1.1 Overview
The USB-7230/7250 are USB-based digital I/O modules, featuring
high voltage ON/OFF control and monitoring, and isolation voltage
supported up to 2500VRMS. The USB-7230 provides 32-channel
isolated digital I/O and 2-channel frequency/event counters, and
USB-7250 provides 8-channel isolated digital inputs, 8-channel
solid-state relays, and 2-channel frequency/event counters.
The USB-powered USB-7230/7250 have removable screw-down
terminals for easy device connectivity, and the included multi-functional stand fully supports desktop, rail, or wall mounting.
The USB-7230/7250 are suitable for industrial I/O control applications requiring high voltage and excellent protection. High isolation
voltage protects against damage from accidental contact with high
external voltage and eliminates troublesome ground loops. U-Test,
a free ready-to-use testing program, is included to enable operation or testing of all ADLINK USB DAQ series functions with no
programming requirement.
1.2 Features
X
High-speed USB 2.0
X
USB-powered
X
USB-7230: 16CH isolated DI, 16CH isolated DO, 2CH frequency/event counters
X
USB-7250: 8CH solid state relays, 8CH isolated DI, 2CH
frequency/event counters
X
Programmable digital filter removing unexpected glitches on
input channels
X
Programmable initial DO status
X
Up to 2500VRMS isolation voltage
X
Removable screw-down terminal on module
X
Lockable USB cable for secure connectivity
X
Ready-to-use testing application (U-Test) included
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1.3 Applications
X
Automotive testing
X
Laboratory research
X
Industrial I/O control
X
Signal switching
1.4 Specifications
1.4.1
General Specifications
Physical, Power, and Operating Environment
Interface
High speed USB 2.0 compatible, mini-USB
connector
Dimensions
156.5 (L) x 114 (W) x 41.3 (H) mm (6.16 X 4.49 X
1.63 in.)
I/O Connector
Two 20-pin removable screw-down terminals
Power requirement
USB power (5 V @ 400 mA)
Operating environment
Ambient temperature: 0 to 55°C
Relative humidity: 10% to 90%, non-condensing
Storage environment
Ambient temperature: -20 to 70 °C
Relative humidity: 5% to 95%, non-condensing
1.4.2
Digital Input (DI)
USB-7230
USB-7250
Number of channels
16
8
Polarity
Bi-directional (non-polarity)
Optical Isolated Input
Logic level
VIH=5~24V, VIL=0~1.5V
Or dry contact
Input resistance
2.4k @ 0.5W
Isolated voltage
2500VRMS (channel to system)
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USB-7230
Min. pulse width for change
of state (COS) detection
USB-7250
20.83 ns (software programmable)
Data transfer
Programmed I/O
Optical Isolated Frequency/Event Counter
Number of channels
2
Logic level
VIH=5~12V, VIL=0~1.5V
Event counter width
32-bit
Max. input frequency
(DC coupled)
1 MHz
Min. input frequency
(DC coupled)
0.1 Hz
Max. frequency error
0.5% (f≤50kHz)
1% (50kHz<f≤500kHz)
2% (500kHz<f≤1MHz)
Data transfer
1.4.3
Programmed I/O
Digital Output (DO)
USB-7230
Channels
16 (optical isolation)
Output type
Open drain MOSFET
Supply voltage
5-35VDC
Max. sink current
250 mA @ 100% duty (/channel)
Data transfer
Programmed I/O
USB-7250
Channels
8 (solid state relay, non-latching)
Contact rating
(/channel)
Max. switching power
60 W, 125 VA
Max. switching voltage
220 VDC, 250VAC
Max. switching current
2A
Relay ON/OFF time Operate time
2 ms
Release time
1 ms
Contact resistance
75mΩ (max.)
Expected lifetime
50 VDC 0.1A (resistive), 1x106 operations
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Breakdown voltage
1000 VAC
Data transfer
Programmed I/O
1.5 Software Support
ADLINK provides comprehensive software drivers and packages
to suit various user approaches to system building. In addition to
programming libraries, such as DLLs, for most Windows-based
systems, ADLINK also provides drivers for other application environments such as LabVIEW® and MATLAB®. ADLINK also pro
vides ActiveX component ware for measurement and
SCADA/HMI, and breakthrough proprietary software. All software
options are included in the ADLINK All-in-One CD.
Be sure to install the driver & utility before use.
1.6 Driver Support for Windows
UD-DASK
UD-DASK is composed of advanced 32/64-bit kernel drivers for
customized DAQ application development. USB-DASK enables
you to perform detailed operations and achieve superior performance and reliability from the data acquisition system. DASK kernel drivers now support Windows 7/Vista® OS.
Only UD-DASK versions 1.0.5 and later support the
USB-7230/7250 module.
NOTE:
DAQPilot
DAQPilot is a SDK with a graphics-driven interface for various
application development environments. DAQPilot
represents
ADLINK's commitment to full support of its comprehensive line of
data acquisition products and is designed for novice to most
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experienced programmers. As a task-oriented DAQ driver, SDK
and wizard for Windows systems, DAQPilot helps shorten development time while accelerating the learning curve for data acquisition programming. Download and install DAQPilot from:
http://www.adlinktech.com/TM/DAQPilot.html
Only UD-DASK versions 2.3.4.1109 and later and later support the USB-7230/7250 module.
NOTE:
1.7 Utilities for Windows
U-Test
U-Test is a free and ready-to-use utility assisting instant testing
and operation of all ADLINK USB DAQ product functions with no
programming requirment. In addition to data collection and monitoring functions, U-Test also supports basic FFT analysis and
direct control of analog output and digital I/O with a user-friendly
interface.
Download and install U-Test from:
http://www.adlinktech.com
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1.8 Schematics and Dimensions
All dimensions shown are in millimeters (mm)
NOTE:
1.8.1
Module
Figure 1-1: USB-7230/7250 Module Rear View
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156.5
Figure 1-2: USB-7230/7250 Module Side View
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41.3
Figure 1-3: USB-7230 Module Front View
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41.3
Figure 1-4: USB-7250 Module Front View
1.8.2
Module Stand
The multi-function USB-7230/7250 stand is compatible with desk,
rail, or wall mounting. To fix the module in the stand, slide the module body into the stand until a click is heard. To remove the module
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from the stand, twist the bottom of the stand in a back-and forth
motion and separate from the module.
Figure 1-5: Module, Stand, Connector, and USB Cable
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200.1
169.4
156.5
Figure 1-6: Module, Stand, & Wall Mount Kit Side View (w/ connections)
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114.3
Figure 1-7: Module in Stand Front View
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B
20.4
20.4
Figure 1-8: Module Stand Top View
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5.89
1.5
3.4
6
Figure 1-9: Module Stand Side Cutaway View
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Figure 1-10: Module Stand Front View
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1.8.3
Rail Mounting
The multi-function stand can be mounted on the DIN rail using the
rail-mount kit as shown.
Figure 1-11: Rail Mount Kit
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Figure 1-12: Module Pre-Rail Mounting
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Figure 1-13: Module Rail-Mounted
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1.8.4
Wall Mounting
The multi-function stand can be fixed to a wall using four flush
head screws as shown. The four screw holes should be approximately 3.4 mm in diameter.
20.4
13.0
Figure 1-14: Wall Mount Holes
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Figure 1-15: Module with Wall Mount Apparatus
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1.9 Connector Pin Assignment
The USB-7230/7250 module is equipped with 40-pin removable
screw-down terminal connectors, with pin assignment as follows.
Pin
Function
Pin
Function
20
VDD
40
DO15
19
DO7
39
DO14
18
DO6
38
DO13
17
DO5
37
DO12
16
DO4
36
DO11
15
DO3
35
DO10
14
DO2
34
DO9
13
DO1
33
DO8
12
DO0
32
IGND
11
IGND
31
IGND
10
CNT0
30
CNT1
9
CGND
29
COM
8
DI7
28
DI15
7
DI6
27
DI14
6
DI5
26
DI13
5
DI4
25
DI12
4
DI3
24
DI11
3
DI2
23
DI10
2
DI1
22
DI9
1
DI0
21
DI8
Table 1-1: USB-7230 Pin Assignment
Signal Name
Reference
Direction Description
DI<0..15>
COM
I
20
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Signal Name
Reference
COM
--------
CNT<0,1>
CGND
CGND
--------
DO<0..15>
IGND
IGND
--------
VDD
IGND
Direction Description
Common ground or common
power of isolated digital input
channel
I
Frequency/event counter
channel
Ground of Frequency/event
counter
O
Isolated digital output
channel
Ground return path for
isolated output channel
I
Common power input
junction for isolated output
channel
Table 1-2: USB-7230 I/O Signal Description
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Function
Pin
Function
20
NO7
40
GND1
19
COM7
39
CNT1
18
NO6
38
GND0
17
COM6
37
CNT0
16
NO5
36
DI7L
15
COM5
35
DI7H
14
NO4
34
DI6L
13
COM4
33
DI6H
12
NC3
32
DI5L
11
NO3
31
DI5H
10
COM3
30
DI4L
9
NC2
29
DI4H
8
NO2
28
DI3L
7
COM2
27
DI3H
6
NC1
26
DI2L
5
NO1
25
DI2H
21
Pin
Function
Pin
Function
4
COM1
24
DI1L
3
NC0
23
DI1H
2
NO0
22
DI0L
1
COM0
21
DI0H
Table 1-3: USB-7250 Pin Assignment
Signal Name
Reference
Direction Description
COM<0..7>
----------
I
Common pin of relay <0..7>
NO<0..7>
COM<0..7>
I
Normal open pin of relay
<0..7>
NC<0..3>
COM<0..3>
I
Normal close pin of relay
<0..3>
DI<0..7>H
DI<0..7>L
I
High input of isolated
differential digital input
DI<0..7>L
--------
I
Low input of isolated
differential digital input
CNT<0,1>
GND<0,1>
I
Frequency/event counter
channel
GND<0,1>
--------
Ground of Frequency/event
counter
Table 1-4: USB-7250 I/OSignal Description
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Getting Started
WARNING:
The appropriate driver must be installed before connection to
the computer system. See Section 1.5: Software Support for
driver support information.
2.1 Unpacking Checklist
Before unpacking, check the shipping carton for any damage. If
the shipping carton and/or contents are damaged, inform the
dealer immediately. Retain the shipping carton and packing
materials for inspection. Obtain authorization from the dealer
before returning any product to ADLINK. Ensure that the following items are included in the package.
X
USB-7230/7250
X
Stand
X
Two removable screw terminals
X
USB cable (2-meter length)
X
Railmount kit
X
ADLINK All-in-One CD
X
User’s manual
2.2 Connecting the USB-7230/7250 Module
1. Turn on the computer.
2. Connect the USB-7230/7250 module to one USB 2.0
port on the computer using the included USB cable.
3. The first time the USB-7230/7250 module is connected,
a New Hardware message appears. It will take a few
seconds to load the firmware. When loading is complete,
the LED indicator on the rear of the USB DAQ module
changes from amber to green and the New Hardware
message closes.
4. The USB-7230/7250 module can now be located in the
hardware Device Manager.
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NOTE:
The USB-7230/7250 module is exclusively powered by the
USB port and requires 400 mA @ 5 V. If the USB-7230/7250
module cannot be detected, power provided by the USB port
may be insufficient.
2.3 Device ID
A rotary control on the rear of the module (as shown) controls
device ID setting and can be set from 0 to 7. The device ID allows
dedicated control of the USB-7230/7250 module irrespective of
the connected USB port. When more than one USB module of the
same type is connected, each must be set to a different ID to avoid
conflicts and errors in operation.
Figure 2-1: Device ID Selection Control
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All remaining hardware configuration is software programmable,
including sampling/update rate, input/output channel, input range,
and others. Please see the UD-DASK Function Reference manual
for details.
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Figure 3-1: USB-7230 Functional Block Diagram
The USB-7250 provides 8CH optical isolation digital inputs, 8CH
relay outputs (4CH form C and 4CH form A), and 2CH frequency/event counters.
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Figure 3-2: USB-7250 Functional Block Diagram
3.1 Isolated Digital Input
The USB-7230/7250 support 16 or 8 opto-isolated input channels,as follows, with digital input first routed through a photo-coupler (PC3H4), and normal input voltage range for high state from 5
to 24V.
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For USB-7230, all digital inputs share the same common junction (COM), with connections either common power or common ground, and with USB-7250, each input channel has an
individual differential input pair, preventing connections from
being polarity sensitive, irrespective of the connected voltage.
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Figure 3-3: USB-7230 Isolated Input
Figure 3-4: USB-7250 Isolated Input
3.2 Change of State (COS) Detection
COS (Change of State) refers to input state (logic level) changing
from low to high or vice versa, wherein the COS detection circuit
registers the edge of the level change.
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In the USB-7230/7250, the COS detection circuit is applied to all
DI channels, with the channel(s) to enable COS detection selectable by software. When an enabled channel changes logic level,
the COS detection circuit generates an interrupt request to the
USB microcontroller, which, when detected, latches corresponding
DI data into the COS latch register. In COS architecture, DI data is
sampled by a 48 MHz base clock, such that pulse width of the digital input exceeds 21 ns, or the COS latch register cannot latch the
correct input data. The COS latch register is cleared when the register is read out, resuming availability to latch the susequent COS.
NOTE:
DI0-DI7
Maximum frequency of COS detection depends on software
latency and computer performance, and is not guaranteed if
COS frequency exceeds 1 kHz.
Digital DI0-DI7
Filter
0~7
CPLD
INT
USB
Bridge
DI8-DI15 Digital DI8-DI15
Filter
8~15
USB
BUS
Figure 3-5: COS Detection Architecture
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DI
(all channels
enable)
0027
0028
0029
FFFF
Interrupt
Request
Interrupt
Clear
COS
Latch
register
XXXX
0028
FFFF
Figure 3-6: COS Example
3.3 Optical Isolated Frequency/Event Counter
Calculates the number of rising or falling edges occurring on the
input channel, with counter width of 32 bits counting up from 0.
The polarity (rising or falling edge) of valid events is software configurable.
PHOTO COUPLER
n=0,1
Figure 3-7: USB-7230/7250 Optical Isolated Frequency/Event Counter
The frequency counter base clock is 48MHz. The frequency counter calculates base clocks occurring within a period (rising edge to
rising edge or falling edge to falling edge) of the repetitive input
signal, which is then converted to frequency value. Counter polarity can be adjusted to rising edge active or falling edge active.
The following example shows frequency measurement of a 1 MHz
signal by counter0 with rising-edge polarity and 500 kHz signal by
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counter1 with falling-edge polarity. Counter value is updated and
reset in every period.
CLK
CNT0
Polarity
Freq = 1 MHz
CNT0
CNT0
FREQ
1
2
3
46
47
48
1
24
1
CNT1
Polarity
Freq = 500 KHz
CNT1
CNT1
FREQ
1
24
1
Figure 3-8: Frequency Counter Example
Since the signals are sampled by a 48MHz base clock, latch timing can generate measurement error, maximum error ratio vs.
input frequency is as follows.
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1.5
Error
(%)
1
.5
100
1000
10000
100000
1000000
Frequency (Hz)
Figure 3-9: Frequency Counter Error %
3.4 Digital Filtering
Filters unexpected glitch signals from the input channels. By
default, when enabled, the input channel ignores signal changes
from one state to another when not remaining in the state for a
pre-defined period. The digital filter function is applied on all DI
channels and counters, with the default setting disabled. When
enabled by software,it is necessary to configure the minimum
pulse-width value. This value represents the minimum period of
time guaranteed to pass through the filter when the signal
changes. The digital filter uses an internal 16-bit counter to define
the specified filter value. Data is sampled by a 48 MHz base clock,
with minimum pulse-width value a multiple of 20.83 ns and multiple number from 1 to 65535, representing the minimum
pulse-width from 20.83 ns to 1.365 ms.
In an examplary digital filter operation, as shown, data is sampled
by a 48 MHz base clock, and filter stage is 10, such that minimum
pulse width value is 208.3 ns. The pulse width of the first two signals is 180 ns, shorter than the specified filter value 208.3 ns.
Accordingly, the first two pulses are ignored, and the next two signals, with pulse width of 230 ns (longer than the specified filter
value 208.3 ns) are recognized. When pulse width of last two sig-
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nals is 180 ns when filter is disabled, definitely, the last two states
are recognized.
1
2
8
9
1
2
8
9
1
2
8
9
10
1
2
8
9
10
1
2
8
9
1
2
8
9
1
2
CLK
filter
enable
filter
stage
000A
Pulse Width = 180 ns
XXXX
Pulse Width = 180 ns
Pulse Width = 210 ns
filter_in
Pulse Width = 180 ns
filter_out
Pulse Width = 210 ns
Pulse Width = 210 ns
Pulse Width = 180 ns
Pulse Width = 180 ns
Pulse Width = 210 ns
Pulse Width = 180 ns
Figure 3-10: Digital Filter Example
To reject a signal deviating from a state for the specified period of
time (minimum pulse width), the filter stage must be set to agree
with: 20.83 ns × filter stage < minimum pulse Width (ns).
3.5 Isolated Digital Output (USB-7230 only)
As shown, when isolated digital output is ON, sink current is conducted through the power MOSFET, and when OFF, no current
flows through the power MOSFET. When the load is of an “inductance nature” such as a relay, coil or motor, the VDD pin must be
connected to an external power source, in order for the flywheel
diode to form a current-release closed loop, protecting the power
MOSFET from high reverse voltage generated by the inductance
load when the output is switched. The DO output status is saved in
the USB microcontroller and can be read back if necessary. The
USB-7230 also features programmable power-up output status,allowing output in a known state when powered on. When the
module is powered off (ejected from the USB port), all digital output reverts to OFF.
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VDD
DO_n
Controller
(n=0~15)
PHOTO COUPLER
5V
DOn
LOAD
5~35V
IGND
IGND
Figure 3-11: USB-7230 Isolated Output
3.6 Relay Output (USB-7250 only)
USB-7250 provides Form C and Form A relays, with channels 0 to
3 Form C, and 4 to 7 form A, as shown.
Figure 3-12: Form C Relay
Figure 3-13: Form A Relay
Form C relays have NC (Normal Close), NO (Normal Open), and
COM (Common) contacts. The COM terminal, located in the center,must contact either the NO pole or NC pole. When the control
bit is high (1), contact is made between the COM terminal and NO
pole, and if low (0), between the COM terminal and NC pole. Form
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A relays have only NO (Normal Open) and COM (Common) contacts. When the control bit is high (1), the COM terminal znd NO
pole contact. If the control bit is low (0), no contact takes place.
Current relay output status can be read back by software, and during normal power up, reset, and power down (ejection from USB
port), the relay is low status. In addition, USB-7250 also features
programmable power-up output status, providing output state
when powered up.
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USB-7230/7250
Important Safety Instructions
For user safety, please read and follow all instructions,
WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, and NOTES marked in this manual
and on the associated equipment before handling/operating the
equipment.
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Read these safety instructions carefully.
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Keep this user’s manual for future reference.
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Read the specifications section of this manual for detailed
information on the operating environment of this equipment.
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When installing/mounting or uninstalling/removing
equipment:
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Turn off power and unplug any power cords/cables.
To avoid electrical shock and/or damage to equipment:
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Keep equipment away from water or liquid sources;
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Keep equipment away from high heat or high humidity;
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Keep equipment properly ventilated (do not block or
cover ventilation openings);
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Make sure to use recommended voltage and power
source settings;
Z
Always install and operate equipment near an easily
accessible electrical socket-outlet;
Z
Secure the power cord (do not place any object on/over
the power cord);
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Only install/attach and operate equipment on stable
surfaces and/or recommended mountings; and,
Z
If the equipment will not be used for long periods of time,
turn off and unplug the equipment from its power source.
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Never attempt to fix the equipment. Equipment should only
be serviced by qualified personnel.
A Lithium-type battery may be provided for uninterrupted, backup
or emergency power.
Risk of explosion if battery is replaced with an incorrect type;
please dispose of used batteries appropriately.
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Equipment must be serviced by authorized technicians
when:
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The power cord or plug is damaged;
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Liquid has penetrated the equipment;
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It has been exposed to high humidity/moisture;
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It is not functioning or does not function according to the
user’s manual;
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It has been dropped and/or damaged; and/or,
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It has an obvious sign of breakage.
Important Safety Instructions
USB-7230/7250
Getting Service
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