What is the Pulse Width Modulation Output 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 output card can autonomously generate TTL pulse width modulation signals with a timing resolution of 50 nanoseconds and has the ability to program sine frequencies, PWM frequencies, dead-band and duty cycle in real-time.
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.
|Operation Modes||2-channel, 3-phase complementary PWM outputs; 1-channel, 6-phase complementary PWM outputs; 12-channel PWM outputs|
|Board Frequency||66 MHz|
|Base Frequency||20MHz (timing resolution of 50 ns)|
|Supports multiple cards per system||Yes|
|External Connectors||Molex LFH-60|
|Power Requirements||Approximately 5 Watts|
|12-channel PWM Output Card||CP-PWM-1012|
|RedHawk Linux Driver||WC-PWM-1012|
|SIMulation Workbench License||ICS-SWB-1238|
|PWM Output and Wheel Speed Sensor Interface Assembly with 6-foot Cable||CX-LFH60-OUT|
|PWM Output and Wheel Speed Sensor Interface Assembly with DIN Mounting with 6-foot Cable||CX-LFH60-OUT-DIN|