WHEEL SPEED SENSOR - PULSE CONDITIONING
The CW-310 is designed for signal conditioning during simulation of active wheel speed sensors. To do so it emulates the physical layer of widespread wheel speed sensors available on the market.
The signals are generated as a voltage controlled current source on the one hand and as a voltage controlled current sink on the other. Signal conditioning is independent of the transmission protocol of higher communication layers; as a consequence, it is equally suitable for PWM based sensors as for intelligent sensors - with or without an additional data protocol.
The open design in the top-hat rail housing (45 mm to DIN) offers the user a quick and easy solution to automate procedures in test bench technology.
To also be able to simulate higher protocol layers the CW-311 (wheel unit simulator) supplements the series of sensor simulators with a modular wheel speed and tire pressure sensor simulator, which can easily be embedded in a test bench environment via a CAN interface.
- Signal conditioning for active wheel speed sensors with current source
- Signal conditioning for active wheel speed sensors with current sink
- Simultaneous simulation of 2 different sensor types
- Four channels respectively per sensor type
- Protocol-independent control via voltage signals
- Top-hat rail housing for quick and easy installation
|Type:||4 current sinks |
4 current sources
|Output range |
|0 mA to 30 mA|
|Output range |
|0 mA to 9 mA|
|Input voltage range:||0 VDC to 12 VDC|
|Supply voltage:||9 VDC to 36 VDC|
|Current consumption:||250 mA at 12 VDC|
|Temperature range operation:||-20 °C to +70 °C|
|Temperature range storage:||-20 °C to 85 °C|
|Relative humidity operation:||35 % to 85 %, non-condensing|
|Housing:||45mm-DIN Top-hat rail housing|
|Dimensions (LxWxH):||88 mm x 90 mm x 45 mm|