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New features for ifm electronic's digital converter

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New features for ifm electronic's digital converter To provide accurate control of, say a conveyor motor speed, often requires a feedback of the actual speed of the adjacent machine; if this is only available as a pulse sequence the new DW2503 digital converter from ifm electronic offers a solution. The new upgraded DW2503 can accept high-frequency incoming pulses up to a maximum 10kHz, from as low as 1 pulse per minute. The user can scale the conversion of these pulses into the desired 0/4 to 20mA or 0 to 10V signal. If needed, the DW will also invert the signal.

As a bonus the DW also features a switched output in the form of a relay and a solid-state transistor, allowing the user the set an alarm signal. The output can be set to stay on for a chosen time.

ifm electronic has upgraded the original DW frequency converter to cover an extended operating temperature range down to 40degC below zero; the newly developed luminous OLED display is not only clearer but also brighter, and the menu-guided parameter setting are designed for maximum user friendliness.

The DW2503 will operate on a wide range of voltages, AC or DC, and provide DC supply to input sensors. As a market leader in the field, ifm electronic can advise on and supply suitable sensors, such as inductive or magnetic pulse pickups, or shaft encoders.

For further information about the DW2503 digital converter, please visit www.ifm-electronic.co.uk

 
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