TC-32 – USB/Ethernet-Based High-Precision Thermocouple Measurement DeviceMarcas: Measurement Computing
Datasheet, Manual e Outros
Datasheet, Manual e Outros
- Informação adicional
- Included/Optional Software
USB and Ethernet interfaces
32 differential thermocouple (TC) inputs
– Expandable to 64 TC inputs with TC-32-EXP expansion device
– TC channel-to-host isolation
Easy-to-connect mini-jack connectors
3 S/s per channel sample rate
Supports J, K, R, S, T, N, E, and B type thermocouples (software-selectable per channel)
Per channel out-of-range alarm configuration
Cold-junction compensation (CJC) sensor per channel
Open thermocouple detection
8 digital inputs and 32 digital outputs/alarms
– Expandable to 16 digital inputs, and 64 digital outputs/alarms with TC-32-EXP expansion device
– Isolated from TC inputs and host
– 50-pin header connector (cable sold separately)
19” rack mountable
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Supported Operating Systems: Windows® 10/8/7/Vista®/XP, 32-bit or 64-bit;
Android 3.1 (API level 12) and later
The TC-32 and TC-32-EXP offer exceptional performance and accuracy for thermocouple (TC) measurement applications at a low cost per channel. Offering both Ethernet and USB ports, the TC-32 provides 32 channels of 24-bit resolution for medium channel installations.The TC-32-EXP adds 32 high-precision channels to support larger installations.Accuracy is designed into the product with sigma-delta 24-bit ADCs, differential inputs, TC-to-host isolation and cold-junction compensation (CJC) for each channel to reduce the effects of thermal gradients.With digital alarming notifications when a temperature exceeds programmed limits, the TC-32 and TC-32-EXP offer the perfect solution for temperature monitoring applications including server rooms, refrigerated storage, and long-run test cells.
Channel Expansion with the TC-32-EXP
The TC-32-EXP connects to the host TC-32 through a 40-pin expansion connector. The host TC-32 provides all power to the TC-32-EXP.
The TC-32-EXP supports all of the TC input and digital I/O features of the host TC-32, including built-in cold-junction compensation and open thermocouple detection.
USB or Ethernet Interface
Both the TC-32 and TC-32-EXP support sample rates up to 3 S/s and TC types J, K, R, S, T, N, E, and B. TC types are software-selectable per channel.
Cold-Junction Compensation (CJC)
The data is then output as a 32-bit floating point value in the configured format (voltage or temperature).
Open-Thermocouple Detection (OTD)
Connecting TCs to Common-Mode Voltage Sources
Digital I/O and Alarms
When an alarm is enabled, its associated output line is driven to the appropriate state determined by the alarm options and input temperature. The alarm configurations are stored in non-volatile memory and loaded at power up. TC-32 input channels are constantly converted on enabled channels and processed for alarm conditions regardless of communications connectivity ensuring proper alarming even if communication to the device is lost.
Alarm outputs can be used to indicate when a temperature threshold has been exceeded. This output can be connected to another device, such as a physical alarm or control system. Each digital output is open-drain, which can sink up to 100 mA for direct drive applications.
The TC-32-EXP provides an additional 8 digital inputs and 32 digital outputs.
Digital I/O signals and alarms are accessible through a 50-pin connector on both the TC-32 and TC-32-EXP.
The TC-32 provides power to the TC-32-EXP when they are connected.
The TC-32 and TC-32-EXP devices also support field calibration so that users can calibrate a device locally.
|Sample Rate:||3 S/s|
|Number of Channels:||32 DI|
|Number of Channels:||40|
|TC Type:||B , E , J , K , N , R , S , T|
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