GL7-DCO Analog voltage output module simulates a recorded data form the GL7000 and outputs the source to the original equipment for mock simulation of anomalies and long term trend. The output signal can be in a simple waveform sampled at its original recorded intervals and can output a sine, pulse, ramp, triangle wave forms, or DC signals.
|Type of module||Analog voltage output module|
|Number of output channels||8 channels|
|Output connector||SMA (Sub-miniature version A) connector|
|Output method||All channels common ground, SMA (Sub-miniature version A) connector|
|Sampling speed (interval)||Up to 100 k Samples/s (10 μs)|
|Output condition||Source of data||Measurement data, Edited measurement data, Generated arbitrary data (*1), Generated simple waveform (DC voltage and sine, triangle, ramp, pulse waveform)|
|Source of measurement data||Module of Voltage (GL7-V), Voltage/Temperature (GL7-M), High speed voltage (GL7-HSV), High voltage (GL7-HV), DC strain (GL7-DCB), and Charge (GL7-CHA)|
|Output condition||Signal can be measured by the input module even while the signal is output from the DCO module. Measurement data except the temperature, humidity and logic/pulse are able to output.|
|Output range||Voltage||± 1, 2, 5, 10 V Full Scale|
|Current||Up to ± 10 mA in each channel (total output current of unit is up to 40 mA.)|
|Output impedance||Max. 1 Ω|
|Output signal accuracy (*2)||±0.25% of Full Scale|
|D/A converter||Resolution 16 bits (effective resolution: 1/20000 of the output full range)|
|Filter||Low pass||OFF, Line(1.5 Hz), 5, 50, 500, 5k, 50k Hz
* This filter is the smoothing filter to remove the noise on output of the D/A converter.
|External dimensions (W x D x H)||Approx. 49 x 136 x 160mm (Excluding projections)|
*1 CSV file must be created first to be used as the source for the arbitrary data using the GL-Wave Editor using EXCEL macro. Microsoft EXCEL 2003 (Office 2003) or later edition is required to be used with the GL-Wave Editor.
*2 Subject to the following conditions:
● Room temperature is 23ºC ±5ºC.
● When 30 minutes or more have elapsed after power has been turned on.