Data Acquisition and Signal Conditioning Reference Materials
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- AN101 Measuring RMS Values of Voltage and Current
- AN102 Errors, What Are They And How Bad Can They Be
- AN103 Common Mode Voltage
- AN107 Practical Thermocouple Temperature Measurements
- AN108 When Good Grounds Go Bad
- AN109 Single Phase AC Measurements Revisited
- AN110 3-phase AC Calculations Revisited
- AN201 SCM9B/LDM422/485 RS-485 Connection
AN202 LDM485 to LDM485 to Other RS-485 Devices Configuration
Description: For LDM485 or other RS-485 device at the extreme ends of the line: The need for termination depends on data rate, line length, cable electrical characteristics and environment, and if applicable, the ...
AN501 Thermocouple Voltage-to-temperature Conversion Method
Description: When the SCM5B37 thermocouple modules are used to measure temperature, the measured output voltage must often be converted back to temperature. This is readily done with the SCM5B37 series because ...
AN502 SCM5B Ground Connections and Host System Interfaces
Description: Use of the ground jumper arrangement on the SCMPB01 and SCMPB02 backpanels depends on the particular host analog-to-digital converter (ADC) system connected to the backpanels and SCM5B modules. This ...
AN503 SCM5B Failure Rate Calculation and Prediction
Description: Failure rate calculations for the SCM5B modules are derived from the MIL-HDBK-217E specification. The stress-analysis method is used at ground benign environment, 35°C temperature, and quality level ...
AN504 Interpreting Drift Specifications
Description: Read the drift specifications under the "Stability" heading on the appropriate spec sheet. Determine the overall gain of the module by dividing the output range by the input range. 1. Calculating ...
AN505 Hardware Linearization of Non-Linear Signals
Description: Many sensors used in industry exhibit a deviation from an ideal (linear) relationship between input and output. For example, a given change in temperature does not give rise to the same change in emf ...
AN506 ANSI/IEEE C37.90.1-1989 Transient Specification
Description: Industrial equipment located in the "field" is exposed to electrical noise, power surges, and transient events such as static discharge or lightning strikes. One of the functions of the Dataforth line ...
AN507 Shield Grounding
Description: Cable shielding is used primarily to minimize or eliminate capacitively coupled interference from electric fields. When properly implemented, it can also be used to minimize inductive coupling from ...
AN508 Protecting Signal Lines Against EMI
Description: In today's dynamic industrial environments, electronic devices, signal and power wiring, and other electrical plant/process equipment often interact to create "noise" or electromagnetic interference ...
AN509 SCM5B43 - DC LVDT Input Module
Description: Linear variable displacement transducers (LVDTs) provide a method of measuring displacements with very high accuracy and infinite resolution. These type of transducers utilize a precision linear ...
AN701 SCM7B Thermocouple Modules and CJC
Description: When SCM7B37 thermocouple modules are used to measure temperature, the measured output voltage must often be converted back to temperature. This is readily done with the SCM7B37 series because Cold ...
AN702 SCM7B Frequency and Time Response
Description: Figures 1 through 4 are the result of performing a 100-run Monte Carlo analysis on the SCM7B filter circuitry in both the frequency and time domains.* In this type of analysis, all component values ...
AN704 SCM7B Failure Rate Calculation and Prediction
Description: Failure rate calculations for the SCM7B modules are derived from 1.) the MILHDBK- 217 (Reliability Prediction of Electronic Equipment), and 2.) Demonstrated Performance. The "Part Stress Analysis" ...
AN801 DSCA Calibration Procedure
Description: Using the module data sheet or module top label, determine the input and output ranges of the module. Connect a precision voltage source, current source, frequency source, RTD simulator, resistance or ...
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