nanoFaktur is introducing its new line of digital controllers. Customers´ demands have consequently been realized with this. Starting with the encapsulation: All interfaces are placed on the front side, so that wiring- and access space can be saved decisively. There are shackles on both the back and on the bottom, so that the most practical integration can be chosen.
The second-generation EBDs are available for driving and reading strain-sensors and capacitive sensors. The achievable resolution is 5 ppm (rms) of the systems´ nominal ranges. Internal algorithms allow for linearization after characterizing with reference measurement-systems. At nanoFaktur, highest-accuracy probes referring to official standards are being employed as references. Thus systems can be linearized to better than 0.01% of their respective full displacements.
All digital controllers of nanoFaktur have the ID-Chip feature: Characteristic data of the mechanics are stored on a chip in the connector of the mechanics. The controller detects, if a connection has been changed, then reads the data from the chip and the newly connected mechanics can be controlled. The main advantage of this feature is: Mechanics can be exchanged.
The controllers offer several ways of communication. The digital ones are Ethernet, USB, RS232 by default, plus the optional real-time parallel I/O. Also, real-time analog interfaces are integrated as standard: position inputs and sensor-monitor outputs. Programmable digital I/Os allow for generating trigger-signals in order to assign positions to time, which is ideal in combination with the arbitrary wave-generators.
nanoFaktur digital controllers can be tuned easily by the users. System characteristics under specific conditions (load, orientation) can be measured with the included graphical user interface (GUI) software nFControl. P-I-D gain parameters and 2 notch-filters can be set to achieve optimum behavior and fastest response. Besides the GUI, there is a DLL for integration of the communication with nanoFaktur systems into customers´ software or other platforms like LabView™. The controllers can be driven via ScanImage using the analog inputs set to -10.. 10V.
|Product Numbers||EBD-1202×0 (x=number of channels)||Unit|
|Output Voltage for Piezo||-45 to 180||V|
|Sensors||Strain-Gages (SGS) or Capacitive (Cap)|
|Control Parameters||PID, 2 Notch Filters per channel|
|Control Loop Time||10||µs|
|Software||nFControl, Windows™ GUI|
|GUI Operating System Requirements||Microsoft ® Windows™ 7/8/10|
|Wave-Generators||arbitrary, 1..3 generators, up to 1024 tables|
|Data-Recorders||up to 16|
|Memory||16M points for wave-/recorder-tables|
|Protection||short circuit proof|
|Supply||24 (2A min.)||VDC|
|Digital Interfaces||Ethernet, USB 2.0, RS232, Parallel (optional)|
|Analog Interfaces I/O||Input settable, -10 to 10, -5 to 5, 0 to 10, Output -5 to 5||V|
|Connection, Piezo and Sensor||DSub15f (1 CH), DSub25f (2, 3 CH)|
|Connection, Analog I/O||2x BNC (1 CH), DSub15f (2, 3 CH versions)|
|Connection, P/S||SwitchCraft RASPC10PS|
|P/S, counter-socket||SwitchCraft PowerJack S10KS12|
|Power Supply||external, included|
|Ambient Temperature||10 to 40||°C|
|Dimensions, H x W x D||73 x 200 (215 incl. shackles) x 157.5 (plus interfaces)||mm|
|Standards||2006/95/EC, Low Voltage Directive
2004/108/EC, EMC Directive
Safety (Low Voltage Directive): EN 61010-1:2010
EMC: EN 61326-1:2013
RoHS: EN 50581:2012