Product Description


    The new USB410 - External USB Kit (None amplified Input + Encoder) module eliminates the need for power supply and display equipment. The module is supplied by PC power through a USB Cable, providing excitation voltage for the sensor. The analog output voltage of the sensor is then digitized and processed by a microprocessor using the integrated high resolution (24 bits) analogue to digital converter (ADC). The on-board USB device allows the microprocessor to communicate with the PC by means of the USB link. This Unit accepts the output pulses of the Quadrature Encoders to provide the Angle and Speed measurement. The USB integration works hand in hand with SENSIT Test and Measurement software, which allows users to monitor the actual output of the sensor in real time. This is calculated based on the calibration values stored inside the on-board memory. The easy plug and play gives you the power to monitor the sensor output and enjoy measurement that is less affected by noise, temperature variation and excitation. The USB410 product is designed and manufactured by FUTEK in the USA.


    Product Highlights:

    • USB 2.0 Communication Link
    • Sampling Rate: Up to 200 Samples Per Second
    • Up to ±50,000 count (noise-free)
    • None amplified input (selectable up to ±500 mV/V)
    • Speed measurement (Up to 150,000 Pulse per second)
    • Angle measurement
    • Up to 16 Point Stored Calibration
    • ASCII stream output
    • High resolution, high accuracy and low non-linearity
    • CE approval and RoHS compliant
    Product Specifications
     Width (in)  0.5
     Height (in)  1
     Length (in)  2.5
     Weight (lbs)  0.02205
     Excitation     4.5    Vdc
     Nonlinearity  -0.01    0.01  % of R.O.
     Operating Temperature   -13    185  F
     Sample Rate  10    200  Samples / Sec
     Power Supply    5    Vdc
     Storage Temperature  -40    257  F
     Input Range  -4    4  mV/V nom.
     Bridge Resistance  50    5000  Ohms nom.
     Weight    10    Gram
     Angle Measurement      10000  Pulses per Rotation
     Speed Measurement      150000  Pulses per Second