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2652 SSR I/O Module

Photonics.com
Mar 2006
Sensoray Co. Inc.Request Info
 
TIGARD, Ore., March 28, 2006 -- Sensoray Co. Inc. introduces the newest addition to their 2600 series of smart input/output modules, the 2652. The 2652 monitors and controls up to eight solid-state relays(SSRs) via a single category-5 patch cable connected to a 2601 communication module. Each of the SSR sockets may be populated with either an AC in, AC out, DC in, or DC out SSR. To help minimize errors from electromechanical switch bounce, the 2652 applies a software debounce filter to each input SSR.
While configured as an output, the SSR may be controlled explicitly by the client, or it may operate as a pulse width modulation output with a rate and duty cycle specified by the client. Five independent interlock circuits allow external circuitry, such as an emergency stop switch, to unconditionally de-energize an output SSR. The single piece price is $213. (note: Sensoray products are not available for sale, distribution, technical support, software upgrades or repair in Cuba, Iraq, Nigeria, Egypt, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Iran, North Korea and Vietnam.)

For more information, visit: www.sensoray.com; e-mail: colleen@sensoray.com


Sensoray Co. Inc.
7313 SW Tech Center Dr.
Tigard, OR 97223
Phone: (503) 684-8005
Fax: (503) 684-8164
Web site: www.sensoray.com



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GLOSSARY
modulation
In general, changes in one oscillation signal caused by another, such as amplitude or frequency modulation in radio which can be done mechanically or intrinsically with another signal. In optics the term generally is used as a synonym for contrast, particularly when applied to a series of parallel lines and spaces imaged by a lens, and is quantified by the equation: Modulation = (Imax – Imin)/ (Imax + Imin) where Imax and Imin are the maximum and minimum intensity levels of the image.
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