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SIG2-OW-35-1 Impulse counter

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Pulse counter SIG2-OW-35-1 enables counting of line interrupts sent by an independent pulse generator and transmits the results of measurements in real time. The measuring channel of the counter SIG2-OW-35-1 maintains the logical level of 12 Volts and is connected to the source of interrupts through the "dry contact". The maximum measured number of interrupts - 3500 pulses per second. The used data transfer protocol is 1-Wire (12V). The measuring circuit of the sensor, which connects to the pulse generator, is electrically isolated from the logic circuit, which in turn is electrically isolated from the digital data bus of the controller.


Pulse counter SIG2-OW-35-1 enables counting of line interrupts sent by an independent pulse generator and transmits the results of measurements in real time. The measuring channel of the counter SIG2-OW-35-1 maintains the logical level of 12 Volts and is connected to the source of interrupts through the "dry contact". The maximum measured number of interrupts - 3500 pulses per second. The used data transfer protocol is 1-Wire (12V). The measuring circuit of the sensor, which connects to the pulse generator, is electrically isolated from the logic circuit, which in turn is electrically isolated from the digital data bus of the controller.

The sensor provides a steady pulse counting, storing the results in its own memory. SIG2-OW-35-1 has four register-controlled settings that allow you to setup the following parameters: the number of pulses per measured unit, the name of the measured units (as will be seen by the controller and thenceforth), set the initial value of the measured values and reset the registers in the memory to the factory defaults. These registers make it possible to connect the device to the already running (exploited) meters pf electricity, water and gas, that have their current values different from zero. In the event of a complete loss of supply power (12V), the counter will retain the last value for the number of interrupts and the number of complete units, calculated at the time of power failure.

Reliability of the measurement results during the transmission from the sensor to the controller is secured by a CRC-applied (cyclic redundancy check) algorithm, which protects the data even in an environment with a high degree of influence of the electromagnetic field.

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