Measuring Rain by Using a Signal Conditioner (Computing Unit)

Overview

This describes a rainfall pulse integration that uses an M series computing unit MXT (XJJM.511) free program. The XJJM.511 hardware is a computing unit with 3 isolated inputs and 1 output. There is 1 analog input, 2 digital inputs, and 1 analog output. The rain gauge's unit rainfall pulses are integrated and sent to the analog output (e.g. 1–5 VDC). The output rainfall integral value is 0% for a count of 0, and 100% for a count of 100. When the rainfall integral value reaches 100%, 100% is output for 1 second, and then the integral value returns to 0%. The maximum value of the rain integration can be changed on the JHT200 or other device.

Measuring rain by using a signal conditioner (computing unit)

I/O

1st input (X1): Unused
2nd input (X2): Rain gauge pulse signal (DRY contact, 0.5 mm/P)
3rd input (X3): Reset signal (DRY contact, ON=Reset)
1st output (Y1): Integral analog output free program editing

Examples of Programs and Parameters

Examples of programs and parameters

User Program Editing

User programs can be edited using the VJ77, JHT200, or other tools.

The VJ77 is a software program for configuring parameters and computing unit programs of the PC-based JUXTA signal conditioners.

Product Details

For JUXTA series signal conditioner computing units, we have a lineup of plug-in or front panel terminal models to match the user's operating conditions.

Related Products & Solutions

JUXTA M Series Computing Units

M Series computing units include a type that supports user-specified programs, and types that support analog memory, peak/bottom holders, moving averages, dead times, temperature/pressure compensation, and a wide range of other applications.

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