Pre select counter/ high frequency monitor dislay and count a pre-set number of pulses dislay and monitor frequencies up to 10000Hz
dual colour LED display
This device may be configured for counting or frequency monitoring functions.
Using the "save" function, the state of the counter is saved to non-volatile memory during power failures. This allows the device to continue from where it left off before the power was removed.
A 10V - 24V DC supply (± 30mA) is included for use with NPN proximity switches.
Pulses can be acknowledged when the pulse pins are either shorted OR released.
A pre-scaler of up to 200 is included. (the device reads the "pre scale" amount of pulses before updating the counter value).
The post-scaler multiplies the pulses received by up to 200.
Pulses may be displayed as lapsed (up-counting), remaining (down counting) or frequency (even if configured for counting).
Using the reset timer the device can automatically be reset between 0.1 and 99.9 seconds after the pre-set number of pulses have been counted. This eliminates the need to generate reset pulses manually.
ADDITIONAL FEATURES INCLUDE:
SET POINT: 1-49999 pulses
RELAY OUTPUT: continous/pulse
REVERSE RELAY (relay status after counting): open/close
PRE-SCALE (pulses/count): 1-200 pulses
POST-SCALE (count/pulses): 1-200
INPUT PULSE SPEED: mechanical/fast
PULSE EDGE (leading/trailing): close/open
KEYPAD AND MENU LOCK
Input range: 0-9999 pulses,0-9999 RPM,0-5000Hz, 0-9999 pulses per hour
Maximum display value: 9999
Pre-scale: 1-1000 pulses
Decimal pointer: 9999, 9.999, 99.99, 999,9
Accuracy: Counter mode : 100%
Freq, RPM,PPh : ±0.05%
Display Resolution: Counter: 0.001 to 9999
Freq, RPM, PPh: 1
Input voltage: ±15% of rated voltage
Led indication: Relay status
Reset time: 0.5 sec (power supply reset) 0.05 sec (reset pulse)
Response time: Counter: <0.02s
Freq, RPM, PPh: <1.1s
Input frequency “FASt”: 0-8000 Hz “SLO”: 0-5 Hz
Pulse source type mechanical switch or NPN proximity
All parameters are saved to non-volatile eeprom memory, thus eliminating the need to re-program after a power failure
incorporates a crystal oscillator to maintain accurate timing