|The purpose of the SCU-P2 adapter
is to convert incoming pulse signals
to a TTL-compatible signal format
them, e.g. if the signal
level is too low or by transforming
them to the TTL signal shape. The
converted signals are then passed to
a measurement front end.
|Users can switch between high-speed
and low-speed input signals, allowing
for the processing of either short
pulses without voltage offset, or long
pulses with floating voltage offset.
|A breakout adapter for the inputs and the power supply of the SCU-P2 is included. Furthermore, the SCU-P2 adapter offers the possibility to supply pulse sensors with an operating voltage. With the also included plug for the pulse inputs and the power output, users can make a custom breakout cable according to their needs.
|The power input is electrically isolated
from the circuit of the SCU-P2
adapter. Only if the input voltage is
looped through to power the sensors,
the electrical isolation does not exist.
|SCU-P2 - Front and rear view