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VN-200
11 October 2017

MEMS Variable Capacitive Accelerometers
28 September 2017

Model 820 Shallow Water
10 August 2017

A Family of UAV Autopilots
23 May 2017

HG4930 6DOF IMU
05 April 2017

HG1120 9 DOF IMU
09 March 2017

Synchro/Resolver multichannel I/O cards on Compact PCi, Compact PCI-Express and XMC
10 August 2016

LCF-300 inclinometer
14 June 2016

New Geophysical/Geotechnical Tiltmeter
08 February 2016

Tiltmeter with digital Internet output
18 January 2016

Micro HMR3601 Compass
20 October 2015

GG1320AN Digital Ring Laser Gyroscope
14 September 2015

Jewell Emerald Series inclinometer
25 August 2015

Impact Testing Accelerometer System From ETLG Inertial Aerosystems
08 April 2015

ETLG Announces Platform Tiltmeters
10 February 2015

Guide to choosing a suitable gyroscope
08 December 2014

Next generation Surface Mount MEMS accelerometers
09 October 2014

Honeywell Digital Compass Module HMC6343
29 May 2014

New Inclinometers from ELTG Inertial Aerosystems
12 March 2014

NEW DIGITAL INCLINOMETER
11 March 2014


 

CPe-4000 series



The CPe-4000 series are Compact PCI-Express (cPCIe) and PXI Express (PXIe) compliant I/O cards for the simulation and measurement of Synchros, Resolvers, LVDT/RVDT. Up to 4 channels of output plus up to 2 channels of inputs are available on one 3Ucard. A wide range of programmeable features is included including Dynamic Position, Direction, Velocity and acceleration. Sophisticated, Built-in-Self-test, wrap-around is standard.

Key features of this product are:

  • Single or Multi-speed
  • Resolution 16 bit to 24 bit
  • Accuracy 1 arc minute
  • Drives +/- 90° phase shifts
  • Interfaces to external Synchro power amplifiers Aircraft, Naval and 50/60Hz frequencies/voltages Fully isolated I/O

 

This new series of card meet the latest requirement for fast and efficient processing of data using multiple I/O on a single card.

Applications include Data Distribution Systems, Legacy Upgrades, Navigation systems, Fire Control and LVDT actuator simulation.


26 February 2016