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Synchro/resolver input PCIe board promises accurate testing

11 May 2016

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Data Device Corp. (DDC) has rolled out what it says is a high accuracy Synchro/Resolver input PCIe board touting an easy and flexible solution for angular measurement testing in production screening and prototype evaluation. According to the company, the SB-3625XKX board boasts a user-friendly Windows GUI and a comprehensive Synchro/Resolver LabVIEW support package, to support various applications and test requirements.

SB-3625XKX board

The board delivers high accuracy resolution, up to 1 Arc minute based on DDC's RD-19230 high-precision analogue-to-digital converter (ADC) technology, along with a high independent channel density. The SB-3625XKX Input PCIe card is complimented by DDC's SB-3623XKX Output PCIe card, which is currently in production, with an instrument grade accuracy of 30 arc seconds.

The company stated that the board affords a convenient method for production and prototype testing of angle measurement systems, and allows turnkey GUI to operate all board functions. In addition, it provides four or eight synchro/resolver input channels, each with independent reference input. The two-speed device also boasts programmable resolution and bandwidth, added the DDC.

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