NET Link Boards and Examples

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This chapter explains the available boards for the NET Link and shows examples how to use them. Please see the introductory chapter for other information.

Analog board - Input modules

Currently there are only analog input boards available, no output ones. Each board has 8 galvanically isolated connectors. They detect the incoming voltage in specific, gradual steps providing detailed data information from the connected sensor. Software-wise this is expressed through a value range from 0 to 1023. An application would be a light sensor controlling automatically the brightness of the projection. Principally it is like in the below depicted example with the buzzer, only that the buzzer's place is taken by the sensor and that the switch closes gradually instead of open / close.

Please find below a list with all available input modules:

hmtoggle_arrow1Calibration Fiber Input
hmtoggle_arrow10 - 5V Input
hmtoggle_arrow10 - 10V Input
hmtoggle_arrow10 - 5V Sensor Input

 

Digital boards - Input modules

hmtoggle_arrow112V and 24V Relay Input
hmtoggle_arrow1Encoder Input

 

Digital boards - Output modules

hmtoggle_arrow148 V, 4A Relay Output