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DDC releases RD-1930X resolver-to-digital converters

DDC releases RD-1930X  resolver-to-digital converters

June 4, 2015 - Data Device Corporation (DDC) introduces RD-1930X high temperature resolver-to-digital converter.

RD-1930X operating temperature is up to +200°C, for use in extreme thermal environments.  Resolver-based motion feedback systems offer inherent environmental advantages over optical encoders that are vulnerable to humidity, dirt, oil, grease and vibration.

The RD-1930X series also provides high accuracy 14-bit resolution, enabling positioning to 8 arc-minutes. The durable design of the RD-1930X, combined with its high accuracy and flexible programmability (resolution, bandwidth and tracking), makes this resolver-to-digital converter ideal for position control applications exposed to extreme thermal environments, including oil and gas downhole drilling, commercial aerospace engine control, missile fin actuation, and factory automation.

Benefits include:

  • Ruggedness
  • -55°C to +200°C Operating Temperature
  • Field Proven, Rugged Ceramic Package
  • Flexibility
  • Programmable Resolution (10, 12, 14 Bit), Bandwidth & Tracking
  • Provides Analog Position Conversion to a Digital Signal for Synchros, Resolvers, Inductosyns, LVDTs, RVDTs, MRs, and Hall Sensors
  • Efficiency
  • Standard Off-the-Shelf High Temperature Solution Enables Faster Time-to-Market
  • Integrated Reference Oscillator Reduces Costs & External Component Count
  • Serial Output (SPI) Utilizes Less I/O from Processor (Parallel Output also Available)