The MIMO Sine Control System provides precise, realtime, multi-channel control and analysis. MIMO Sine supports up to 512 input channels, and up to 8 output channels (shakers). Input channels can be enabled for control, monitoring, and time data recording channels. The recording option records time stream data at the full sample rate on all input channels, regardless of the total channel number. A unique hardware design provides a fast
loop time of less than 10 ms.
Step Sine uses a sequence of short dwells within a frequency range. The steps are uniformly distributed in a log or linear frequency scale.
Step Sine Entry in Run Schedule: user defines the frequency range, step resolution and dwell durations or cycles at each frequency
Continuous Data Recording
During vibration control, all measurement input and drive signals can continuously record to a Spider-NAS or the internal storage residing in each front-end. Users can view and analyze data files with Crystal Instruments Post Analyzer. The variable sampling rate can be enabled to simultaneously record slow-change signals together with high speed vibration data.
Abort Sensitivity: a single parameter allows the ensitivity and tolerance of various safety checks to be asily adjusted between customizable lower and upper ounds
Shaker Safety Limits: limits for shaker acceleration, velocity, and displacement
Open Loop Detection: open loop detection for control signal and each input channel. Detection is based on the pre-defined lowest allowed control level or maximum level change rate.
Control Spectral Limits: spectral limits for control signal
Max Drive Limit: maximum voltage limit for drive output
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