ADwin-Pro II: Intelligent A/D-D/A Modules

MIO-4: All-rounder with A/D, D/A, counters, SSI and EtherCAT

The multi I/O modules for ADwin-Pro II are the autonomous all-rounders for any type of signals: The module combines the fast reacting TiCo processor with analog and digital I/Os. On this basis, the intelligent slide-in card can react independently to measurement values and events and and disburden the main processor, for example performing as fast closed-loop controller, digital filter for analog signals, function generator or intelligent limit monitor.
There are even more possibilities using the extended version, e. g. counter, SSI decoder or EtherCAT interface.

  • Pro II Analog ModuleGeneral
    • TiCo processor
    • 128 kB internal memory
    • 4 MB external SRAM
    • 37-pole Sub-D plug
  • Analog inputs
    • 8 differential or 16 single-ended channels
    • ADC resolution 18 bit; conversion time 2 µs
    • Multiplexer settling time 2 µs
  • Analog outputs
    • 4 channels
    • DAC resolution 16 bit
    • Settling time 9 µs
  • Digital channels
    • 8 channels with TTL logic
    • configurable as inputs or outputs in groups of 4
  • Extension MIO-4-ET1 (ordering option)
    • 4 transistor outputs
    • 4 optically isolated inputs
    • 1 counter block with two 32 bit counters: a forward/backward counter and a counter for PWM analysis
    • 1 SSI decoder
    • 1 EtherCAT interface (slave)

MIO-D12: Combination of digital channel types

The multi I/O module MIO-D12 for ADwin-Pro II sets the focus to a variety of digital inputs and outputs. In addition, the TiCo processor is on stand-by to independently react on digital pulses and output data series.

  • General
    • TiCo processor
    • 56 kB internal memory
    • 37-pole Sub-D plug
  • Digital channels
    • 12 transistor outputs
    • 12 optically isolated inputs
    • 2 counter block with two 32 bit counters: a forward/backward counter and a counter for PWM analysis
    • 1 SSI decoder

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