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Jeanoko Small Size Digital to Analog Voltage Converter Plastic a

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Product description

Color:K3.3P-10V

Features:
1. Convert 0-100% PWM digital signal into analog signal.
2. The input digital signal can be a 0-100% PWM signal at 3.3V or 5V or 24V electrical level.
3. The output analog signal can be 0-10V voltage or 0-5V voltage.
4. Widely used in PLC; signal interface switching of single chip or other industrial control board.
5. The power supply has anti-reverse function.

Specification:
Condition: 100% Brand New
Item Type: Voltage Converter
Material: Plastic + Metal
Color: As Shown in the Picture
Weight: Approx. 44g
Optional Type: K3.3P-5V, K3.3P-10V
K3.3P-5V: Input 0-100% PWM signal of 3.3V electrical level, output 0-5V
K3.3P-10V: Input 0-100% PWM signal of 3.3V electrical level, output 0-10V

Parameter:
1. PWM Signal Receiving Frequency Range: 100Hz-3KHz. 1KHz-3KHz is recommended. PWM signals of other frequencies can also be customized.
2. PWM Signal Input Electrical Level Range:
When peak-to-peak value is 4.5V to 10V, the input signal is selected to be 5V electrical level model. This type of electrical level signal is mainly for the conventional industrial control card (such as MACH3 board), 5V CPU interface.
When peak-to-peak value is 12V to 24V, the input signal is selected to be 24V electrical level model. This type of level signal is mainly for the conventional PLC interface.
3. Analog voltage output parameters, following is output 0-10V to illustrate.
After power-on, when there is no input signal, the output is 0V, and there is output when there is input.
The conversion correspondence is generally set at the factory.
For the first power-up, a calibration can be done: find a 50% duty cycle signal to DIN-, DIN+, the amplitude corresponds t













Jeanoko Small Size Digital to Analog Voltage Converter Plastic a

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