Series 6000 digital I/O modules record signals from frequency counters, flow meters, encoders, discrete transducers, IRIG time, etc. which are often part of the test environment. These digital signals are time aligned and recorded alongside the system’s analog measurements. High density digital inputs provide an opportunity to easily include facility controls like switches, valve positions, relays, lights, etc. along with the test data. Series 6000 digital I/O modules also provide outputs generated by user command or automatically by Sequence, Alarms or DSP. User generated outputs are accomplished in software while sequencers can be programmed prior to a test and initiated by program or hardware control. Alarm conditions preprogrammed on the analog side can automatically generate digital outputs which are typically connected to facility control systems or PLCs. A DSP adds powerful real-time processing and is appropriate for PID control loops, derived parameter calculations and a variety of other real-time operations.
The 6040 digital I/O module provides 16 digital inputs for event recording and 16 digital outputs for control. The 6040-1 version has TTL and CMOS logic levels while the 6040-2 version has optic isolated inputs and isolated relay outputs. The 6040 may be programmed to automatically respond to the alarms generated by system input modules with preprogrammed digital outputs for the control of external ...
The 6041 is a test sequencer that controls up to 16 digital outputs for activating facility and test equipment. The outputs may be programmed to change state at specific times before, during and after the recording of test data. The 6041-1 version has TTL/CMOS outputs while the 6041-2 version has form C relay outputs.
The 6041 is used to control external equipment in a programmed time sequence. Each of the 16 outputs may be programmed to change state sixteen times at ...
Floating point digital signal processor with 16 or 32 MB program/data memory
±10 Volt analog outputs (DAC) with smoothing filter
64 Recordable outputs with alarms
Analog & digital output expansion on daughter board
JTAG and IEEE 1145.1 Buffered Serial Ports
The 6042 Control Processor with analog and digital outputs adds real time processing and control operations to the Series 6000 data acquisition systems. It is appropriate for PID control loops including fast decisions such as test shutdown due to limit violations, frequency analysis, waveform generation, derived parameter calculation ...
Program Mode for direct programming of discrete outputs
Alarm Mode generates discrete outputs based on limits set for measurement channels
Programmable persistence prevents false alarms
The 6044 is a discrete I/O module that can be user configured to have 32 digital outputs, 32 digital inputs or 16 digital inputs and 16 digital outputs. The digital outputs may be directly programmed or programmed to change state when the output of one or more measurement channels in the same enclosure violate programmed alarm ...
Days, hours, minutes, seconds, milliseconds and microseconds
Simultaneous BCD and binary outputs
Time kept by disciplined clock if IRIG signal is lost
The 6047 IRIG Time Code Reader provides precision time references for measurement data acquired by the 6000 data acquisition system. Time is acquired from time code signals, IRIG A, B or G, applied to the BNC input. Time data is captured by the 6000's sample clock and can be selectively output in the multiplexed data stream with measurement data at any available sample rate. It enables data ...
The 6048 is a four-channel input module for use with tachometers, flowmeters and other transducers that have frequency outputs. It can also measure the period between events and count or totalize events. Digital measurement of frequency provides the highest accuracy. Much better, for example, than-voltage-to frequency converters.
The 6048 has optic isolated trigger, pause and reset inputs and may be ...
The 6049 is a four-channel input module for use with quadrature encoders. Each channel has optical isolation for the "A", "B", and "Z" inputs. The "A" and "B" quadrature inputs feed a 32 bit up/down accumulator, that may be set or cleared under program control. The up/down polarity for each 32 bit accumulator is programmable. A short debounce filter for the "A", "B", and "Z" inputs can be programmed for 0 to 230 nsec.