ADwin-X-A20

    • 8 analog inputs 18 Bit, 5 µs, ±10V
    • 2 analog outputs 16 Bit, ±10V;
    • 2 analog outputs with comparators 12 Bit ±10V
    • 8 TTL digital channels, configurable in groups of 4 as inputs/outputs
    • 1 Low latency trigger input (Event), pos. TTL logic
    • XILINX ZYNQ™ with Dual-Core 666 MHz, ARM Cortex-A9, 64-Bit FPU, 1 GB DRAM for code and data
    • 1000Mbit/sec Ethernet interface
    • 1 Serial LS-bus interface for HSM-24V modules
    • Compact metal enclosure,  215 × 125 × 47 mm

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Description

The ADwin-X-A20 is a real-time data acquisition and control system that offers high performance and numerous interfaces in a compact, robust metal housing, suitable for installation in a control cabinet or as a portable device.

A high performance, 666 MHz dual-core XILINX ZYNQ™ processor, similar to the ADwin-Pro II, provides extensive real-time computing power for programs developed with ADbasic or from a Simulink model (ADsim). A GB Ethernet interface allows high-speed communication between the local processor and an external PC or workstation.

The ADwin-X-A20 can also be customized to serve as the basis for your OEM applications. By choosing the standard version customized with a range of additional options, the ADwin-X-A20 can be quickly integrated into low or large volume data acquisition and control projects.

Options

Option Description
A20-F Synchronous analog A/D conversion
A20-D 8x differential digital channels, 2x 32 bit up/down counters, 1x SSI interface
A20-DCT 32 TTL digital channels, 8x differential digital channels, 12 comparator inputs, 2x TTL counters, 2x differential counters, 2 comparator counters, 1x SSI interface
A20-COM 2x CAN high-speed interfaces, 1x RS-232 interface
A20-Profibus-SL 1x Profibus slave interface
A20-EtherCAT-SL 1x EtherCAT slave interface
A20-Boot Stand-alone boot loader for operation without a PC

Software

ADwin operation with the PC

Multiple PCs can communicate with one ADwin system concurrently. This may be useful during the program implementation and setup. On the other hand, one PC can also access multiple ADwin systems e.g. in a network for centralized monitoring of various applications.

While working with ADwin, the first step is always to download the real-time operating system to the ADwin system via the Ethernet or USB interface. Then, the ADbasic real-time processes can be loaded and started or stopped as required. Single values or whole data sets (arrays), e.g. measured or set-point values can be exchanged bi-directionally. The deterministic (exact and predictable in time) execution of the real-time processes is not affected by the communication between ADwin and the PC.

Real-time development with ADbasic and ADtools

With ADbasic, you define the processing sequences that are executed on the ADwin hardware. ADbasic optimizes and compiles the program code on a mouse-click. After being loaded on the ADwin system by ADbasic or a graphical PC user interface, the real-time processes execute independently. ADbasic contains the functions to access all inputs and outputs as well as functions for floating-point operations, process control and communication with the PC. A library is provided which contains standard functions e.g. for filtering, various examples for counter use, closed-loop controllers, function generators, etc. which leads to faster program implementation.

With the easily configurable ADtools you are able to display your real-time data graphically or numerically, to visualize process sequencing or to set input values via potentiometers, sliders or push buttons. Additionally, ADtools always provide you with the current status of your ADwin system resources.

Specifications

Analog Inputs
Number 8 differential
Resolution 18 Bits
Conversion Type M1 model – Sequential,  F Model – Parallel
Conversion Time M1 Model – 5 µs, F Model – 1.25 µs
Accuracy +/- 3 LSB
Measurement Range +/- 10 V
Overvoltage Protection +/- 35 V
Input Impedance 330 kΩ
Analog Outputs
Number 2 – 16 Bit, 2 – 12 Bit
Resolution 16 Bits
Settling Time 16 Bit DAC – 2 µs typ., 12 Bit DAC – 500 µs typ.
Voltage Range +/- 10 V
Differential Non-Linearity +/- 1 LSB
Relative Accuracy +/- 2 LSB
Output Current Max 5 mA/channel
Digital Inputs and Outputs
Digital I/O lines 8 TTL Level programmable as inputs or outputs in groups of 4
Trigger Input 1 (trigger on positive edge)
LS Bus
1 Serial interface for up to 15 LS bus modules
General
Operating Temperature 0oC to +70oC
Chassis Temperature
Storage Temperature -20o C to +70oC
Relative Humidity 0 – 90% Non-Condensing

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