Analog Input Channels BNC connectors keep input signals isolated from the

Analog input channels bnc connectors keep input

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Analog Input Channels: BNC connectors keep input signals isolated from the chassis. 8 Digital I/O Channels : Snap-in screw terminal block for easy connection of signal lines. Note : eZ-NDT or eZ-TOMAS software must be used to make use of the Digital I/O. Digital Signal Processing (DSP): Allows you to define a channel scan-sequence and associated gains across all channels. Also provides for real-time digital calibration on a per-sample basis. Scan Sequencing: A 128-location scan sequencer allows you to scan dynamic analog inputs along with tachometer inputs. The unit performs 1 MHz scanning over both its built-in and expansion channels. Analog Channel Triggering Pre- and Post-Trigger Readings TTL Trigger: TTL compatible trigger via front panel BNC connector.
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ZonicBook /618E 936995 What is ZonicBook/618E ? 1-3 Ethernet Connection : ZonicBook/618E includes a 10/100BaseT Ethernet connection port, which allows for a continuous stream of data to be collected and stored in a PC. Memory Options : One of three WBK30 DRAM-based memory boards can be used to increase the ZonicBook/618E’s data buffer capacity. WBK30 is a factory-installed , DRAM-based memory board. There are three models of WBK30 available; each significantly increases the capacity of the ZonicBook/618E’s standard data buffer of 64 K samples. Capacities are as follows: WBK30/16 — 16 MB (8 M samples) WBK30/64 — 64 MB (32 M samples) WBK30/128 — 128 MB (64 M samples) Vehicle Network Measurements : ZonicBook/618E is capable of making vehicle network measurements, including J1850 VPW, J1850 PWM, ISO-9141, CAN, J1939, and Keyword2000, via the DBK70 vehicle network option. The DBK70 can be configured to acquire network information from up to 4 different vehicle networks concurrently. Each pre-defined parameter acquired by the DBK70 is then converted to an analog voltage which is digitized by the ZonicBook/618E via one input channel per parameter. The acquired network parameter is measured concurrent with other ZonicBook/618E inputs, making it easy to correlate the network measurements to other signals measured by the device.
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1-4 What is ZonicBook/618E ? 936995 ZonicBook/618E
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Understanding the Device through Block Diagrams 2 ZonicBook/618E Block Diagram ZonicBook/618E 948493 Block Diagrams 2-1
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Details ‘A’ and ‘B’ from Main Block Diagram ZonicBook/618E units can accept 8 single-ended signals, one pair per channel BNC connector (CH1 through CH8, located on the lower front panel). Detail ‘A’ of the block diagram represents the circuitry for Channel 1. Circuitry for the remaining 7 channels is the same. 2-2 Block Diagrams 948493 ZonicBook/618E
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General Comments Ethernet Connection ZonicBook/618E units transfer the acquired data to the PC via a 10/100BaseT Ethernet connection. The Ethernet connection allows for a continuous stream of data to be collected and stored.
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