ZonicBook618E includes a high speed Ethernet engine powered by a PowerPC

Zonicbook618e includes a high speed ethernet engine

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ZonicBook/618E includes a high-speed Ethernet engine powered by a PowerPC processor, enabling all acquired data to be transferred to the PC in real time at 4+ Mbytes per second. This means that every acquired data point can reside on the host PC’s hard drive, making re-creation and post acquisition analysis of acquired data as precise as possible. Many other analyzers simply store frequency-domain information, which results in play-back that is less precise than the original real-time measurement. In comparison, ZonicBook/618E transmits all time-domain measurements. This means there is no data loss when analyzing acquired waveforms. Since the data is already on the host PC’s hard drive there is no time lost transferring data. This is not the case for many analyzers. ZonicBook /618E 936995 What is ZonicBook/618E ? 1-1
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1-2 What is ZonicBook/618E ? 936995 ZonicBook/618E Another advantage of the ZonicBook/618E architecture is that there is virtually no limit to the length of time continuous data can be acquired. Many other systems do not offer continuous time-domain transfer to the PC, and as a result the waveform length is limited by the amount of built-in data storage. With the ZonicBook/618E the only limitation is the amount of available hard disk memory on the host PC, or that which can be accessed by a PC on a network. ZonicBook/618E can be expanded in 8-channel increments up to 56 channels. All channels in the system will be measured synchronously, providing phase matching between channels of 1 degree. ZonicBook/618E includes the following features. Aside from the power options, all are software- programmable. Power Options: The required 10 to 30 VDC power can be supplied from an AC-to-DC adapter, battery, DBK30A rechargeable battery module, DBK34 or DBK34A uninterruptible power supply modules. Features of the Dynamic Signal Inputs o a 4 mA current source for transducer biasing (ICP) o hardware detection of a transducer fault o AC coupling (0.1 Hz or 1Hz) or DC coupling o programmable gain amplifier (range selection) ±25 mV to ±5 V o ±25 V range (DC Coupling only) o hardware overrange detection* o programmable 8-pole Butterworth anti-aliasing low pass filter o a simultaneous sample-and-hold (SSH) amplifier o support for TEDS (Transducer Electronic Data Sheet), if the option is available *These parameters are independently controlled in software on a per channel basis except for overrange detection level, which is set on a per device basis. Features of Tachometer Inputs o 4 differential inputs (TACH1 through TACH4); BNC connectors o Wide input range: -50 V to +50 V specified; -75 V to + 75 V maximum o Coupling: AC or DC o Programmable threshold comparator o Analog sampling bandwidth: DC to 5 MHz o Debounce: 500 ns after stable o 32-bit counters o 10 ppm timebase accuracy Easy Connection to Ethernet-ready Notebooks, Desktop PCs, or Ethernet Hubs .
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