The Model IL40A In-Line conditioner are used with conventional frequency-generating transducers, such as tachometer pickups, turbine flowmeters, transistor or logic-circuit drivers, and “zero- velocity” (true digital output) sensors.
The IL40A will accept sine, square, and irregular waveform inputs, plus TTL. The IL40A delivers filtered analog output of 5 VDC, 10 VDC or 4-20mA, selectable. Exceptional signal stability and accuracy over an unusually wide dynamic range—down to 1.0 % of full scale—achieved through:
• selectable frequency ranges up to 32 kHz
• selectable input threshold levels
• effective signal isolation & filtering
• capacitive coupling for magnetic pickup inputs
• selectable filtering on the amplified signal output
DYNAMIC ANALOG TRACKING OF THE INPUT FREQUENCY; IDEAL FOR MONITORING AND CONTROLLING OF SPEED OR FLOW PROCESSES THAT REQUIRE HIGH RESPONSE WITH REPEATABLE RESULTS.
In addition to its standardized pulse-averaging circuit, the Model IL40A incorporates years of design strategies for frequency conditioning in factory environments that require high dynamic response even at low frequencies. The IL40A Module will accept signals from 50mV to 240 Volts RMS with selectable input sensitivity settings for a wide range of frequency wave shapes - floating or grounded, producing a stable analog output signal proportional to the input frequency.
The IL40A may be used with magnetic pickups, hall effect sensors, turbine flow meters, encoders and other frequency generating devices that represent speed, flow, and other measurement parameters.
The IL40A offers eight selectable full scale input frequency ranges from 250 Hz to 32 kHz. These full scale ranges will provide an analog output of 5 VDC or 10 VDC or 4-20mA which has been conditioned through a selectable three - pole filter. This maintains a stable analog signal from 1% to 100% of the input frequency range selected; resulting in a dynamic, amplified signal that is not "time-based" dependent for applications requiring responsive monitoring or control which traditional digital counters and "1/t" based units lack.