Programmable synchro-resolver simulator with intelligent DSP design introduced by North Atlantic

BOHEMIA, N.Y., 23 Sept. 2010. North Atlantic Industries (NAI) in Bohemia, N.Y., is introducing the 5330A two channel programmable synchro-resolver simulator for ATE systems used for production testing, simulation systems, and automated synchro-resolver testing in the aerospace, defense, industrial and automotive industries. The device uses a digital signal processor (DSP) to eliminate push buttons and enabling programming via an integrated touch-screen front panel USB mouse interface, or increment/setup knob.

Sep 23rd, 2010
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BOHEMIA, N.Y., 23 Sept. 2010. North Atlantic Industries (NAI) in Bohemia, N.Y., is introducing the 5330A two channel programmable synchro-resolver simulator for ATE systems used for production test and measurement, simulation systems, and automated synchro-resolver testing in the aerospace, defense, industrial and automotive industries.

The device uses a digital signal processor (DSP) to eliminate push buttons and enable programming via an integrated touch-screen front panel USB mouse interface, or increment/setup knob. In addition, IEEE-488, Ethernet, USB and parallel port interfaces are provided to extend remote operation capabilities.

Two independent outputs can help simulate two separate synchro-resolver signals, or combine to operate as two-speed outputs. Each channel can be independently programmed for specific dynamic mode operations including rotation (continuous or start-stop), square, sine and ramp. The gear ratio for the two-speed mode is programmable from 2:1 to 255:1. The digital angular inputs can be set for one of two measurement modes; 0 to 360 degrees, or plus-or-minus 180 degrees.

For more information contact North Atlantic Industries online at www.naii.com.

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