DEWE-ORION A/D boards define a new Standard in Data Acquisition!
Simultaneous sampling of all analog input channels is guaranteed by using a separate A/D converter for each channel. But more than this all digital I/Os, counters, encoders and the onboard CAN interfaces are acquired synchronized, too.
To reach multi-channel instruments several cards can be installed within a single unit. All cards are synchronized via the internal sync-bus to ensure absolute simultaneous
sampling of all channels. For high channel count or distributed systems multiple instruments can be synchronized using the ORION-SYNC option. Depending on distance and local preconditions there are several choices how to use this option. The easiest way is to simply daisy-chain all instruments by sync-cables. Standard CAT6 cables with RJ45 connectors can be used for short distances. The maximum length depends on the sampling rate and the A/D technology and ranges between 30 m to 200 m.
For large distances which do not allow physical connection of the instruments a DEWETRON sync-interface using GPS or IRIG time is connected to the ORION-SYNC input. The ingenious driver design enables total continuous gap-free disk storing rates of more than 100 MB/s. Of course each DEWE-ORION card always comes with a calibration certificate.
There is no compromise in quality.
The TRION-x-dLV-CB16-D9 is a feature expansion box for TRION-1802-dLV-32 and -1600-dLV-32 modules.
The box supports up to 16x DSUB-9 sockets for analog inputs or the use of MSIs (Modular Smart Interfaces) as well as precision ±5 V excitation voltage with remote sense per channel. The TRION-x-dLV-CB16-D9 also features a CAN and Digital I/O interface as well as auxiliary sensor supply. Enables measurement of strain gauge and bridge sensors, IEPE®, LVDT and RVDT, thermocouple, charge, RTD and voltage up to ±200 V.
The TRION-CB16-B is a banana socket connector panel for TRION-1802-dLV or TRION-1600-dLV.
Each MSI is a signal conditioner designed for a dedicated sensor type. By reading the TEDS chip, the measuring system gets any information necessary to adjust the amplifier accordingly. The user doesn’t have to worry about it, he automatically gets the right measuring ranges with the right unit displayed. For traceability, important data, such as serial number or calibration date, are also read out and if necessary additionally stored with the measurement data file.