ZX 020: Small-Size Panel Counter | |
Low-cost position or event counter with dimensions 48 x 24 mm (1.89 x 0.945’’)and 8 mm LED size (0.315’’)Power supply 10 – 30 VDCImpulse inputs A, B and Set / Reset inputCounting frequency 15 – 60 kHz, depending on counting modeProgrammable counting functions: (count A with B as up/dn select, sum A+B or difference A-B, quadrature count A/B, 2×90º)Programmable edge count (x1, x2, x4), adjustable proportional and reciprocal factors 0.0001 – 99.9999Power-down memory (10 years of data retention)Easy to set up by two front keys and menu supportAdd-on frame for 50×25 mm panel cutout
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ZX 122, ZX123: Preset Counters with Relay Outputs | |
Multi-purpose counter with dimensions 48×48 mm (1.89 x 1.89’’)and operation modes as counter, tachometer or timer / stopwatchTwo presets and two output relaysZX 122: 10 – 30 VDC power supply,ZX 123: 90 – 250 VAC and aux. output 24 VDC for encoder supply,otherwise both models are similarMax. counting frequency 20 kHz respectively. 10 kHzBright LED display, 6 decades at 8 mm size (0.315’’)Programmable impulse scaling factorEasy to set up by four front keys and menu supportAdd-on frame for 50×50 mm panel cutout (1.969 x 1.969’’)
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High-Speed Counters and Position Indicators with various Outputs and Interfaces |
DX 342: Electronic Counter (2 relays, serial RS232/485 interface) DX 345: Electronic Counter (display only) DX 346: Electronic Counter (analogue output) DX 347: Electronic Counter (2 presets / transistor outputs) DX 348: Electronic Counter (serial RS232 / RS485 interface) | PDF manuals: |
Universal multi-function counters with multiple operation modes as quadrature counter, event counter, display of RPM, speed, cycle rate, baking and processing time and timer/stopwatch functions.Counting frequency 100 kHz (A/B quadrature count)Dimensions 96 x 48 mm (3.780 x 1.890’’) and 6 decade LED display at15 mm (0.590’’) sizeUniversal inputs for sensors and encoders with PNP/ NPN or Namur characteristics (HTL level 10 – 30 V)Easy scaling and setup by means of 3 front keys and menu supportSelectable linearization function with 16 interpolation pointsPower supply 115/230 VAC or 24 VDC (model DX342: 24 VDC only)
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Dual Counters / Differential Counters with 6 or 8 Decades (1 MHz) |
ZD 330 : Dual Electronic Counter (8 decades) ZD 340: Dual Electronic Counter (6 decades) ZA 330 : Dual Electronic Counter (8 decades, analogue output) ZA 340: Dual Electronic Counter (6 decades, analogue output) | |
Counter series with two separate encoder inputs, each A, /A, B, /B, with individual impulse scaling (1 MHz each input channel)Operating modes as Single Counter, Dual Counter (independent), Differential counter {encoder1 – encoder2} or Summing Counter {encoder1 + encoder2} of two encoder positions, and many other useful counting functionsUniversal inputs TTL / HTL for any kind of impulse sources like single-channel(A only), quadrature (A/B) or differential (RS422 A, /A, B, /B)All models provide 4 presets with 4 fast-switching optocoupler outputs(1 msec) and RS232 serial interface (RS485 optional)
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Dual Counters / Differential Counters with Relays and Thumbwheel Switches |
ZD 630-634: Dual Electronic Counters (8 decades) ZD 640-644: Dual Electronic Counters (6 decades) ZA 630-634: Dual Electronic Counters (8 decades, analogue output) ZA 640-644: Dual Electronic Counters (6 decades, analogue output) | |
The counters shown here provide exactly the same technical properties and functions as series ZD/ZA 330 etc. shown aboveMoreover, models ZA 630 to ZD 644 are additionally equipped with 4 output relays (one dry changeover contact each)According to need, these models are also available with up to four front thumbwheel switch sets (preselection switches)Front dimensions 96 x 96 mm (3.78 x 3.78 ‘’)All available models and possible combinations are clearly described in thePDF operating instructions
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