What is the Pulse Width Modulation Input Card?
Concurrent’s FPGA-based Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) cards are ideal for use in high-performance hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulation and test applications. The PWM input card is designed for capturing pulse width modulated signals with high accuracy. It features a timing resolution of 15 nanoseconds and the ability to measure the frequency and duty cycle. The PWM input and output cards are fully supported by Concurrent’s RedHawk Linux operating system on iHawk simulation platforms. Multiple cards can be installed in a single system. A Molex LFH-60 connector is mounted on each card for connection to external devices.
|TTL||12-channel TTL inputs|
|Measurement Base Frequency||66 MHz|
|Measurement Frequency Range||0.05Hz to 660KHz|
|Measurement Duty Cycle||0-100%|
|Pulse Width||Min. 15 ns|
|Period||Min. 30 ns|
|Accuracy||Pulse-width/period accuracy of 2 internal clock cycles|
|Pulse Width Averaging||Programmable (max 127 pulse average)|
|Debouncing Filters||Programmable digital debouncing filters on every channel|
|Supports multiple cards per system||Yes|
|External Connectors||Molex LFH-60|
|Power Requirements||Approximately 5 Watts|
|12-channel PWM Input Card||CP-PWM-1112|
|RedHawk Linux Driver||WC-PWM-1112|
|SIMulation Workbench License||ICS-SWB-1243|
|PWM Input Interface Assembly with 6-foot Cable||CX-LFH60-IN|
|PWM Input Interface Assembly with DIN Mounting and 6-foot Cable||CX-LFH60-IN-DIN|
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