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LTR24 is intended for application in tasks requiring high quality digitization of an alternating signal with high spectral fidelity conversion, with a wide dynamic range and a large signal-to-noise ratio. LTR24 also has high accuracy in the measurement of direct current.
The main applications of LTR24 are: vibration monitoring, vibration diagnosis, phasometry, acoustics, seismometry, audio processing, general-purpose laboratory ADC for the study of physical processes.
LTR24-1 modification can be considered a universal ADC due to the presence of a high-quality differential input ±10V, high resolution, normalized characteristics of measuring accuracy of the DC and AC voltage.
LTR24-2 modification, in addition to the differential inputs, has the ability to directly connect to the ICP sensor inputs (with a test mode for detecting short circuits and breaking lines of ICP sensors).
Each input of ADC module's four channels can be independently programmed to permanently connect to the differential input or to the input of the ICP-sensor. Four ADC channels are strictly parallel, independent, without switching delay between themselves. Spectrally pure conversion with effective anti-aliasing filters. The output of ±15 V to 30 mA provides direct connection of low-power preamplifiers (for example, LE-41). LTR24-2, due to the presence of 4 sources of stable current 2.86/10 mA), also has the additional possibility of connecting single strain gages with a 4-wire circuit for vibration measurement tasks in the audio frequency band (indirect measurement of the AC voltage at a known current through a strain gauge).
LTR24-2 on the ICP input is also compatible with the CCLD, Isotron®, Deltatron®, Piezotron® IEPE-sensors, and is also compatible with 2-wire TEDS-sensors with built-in preamplifiers according to the IEEE 1451.4 (Class 1 MMI), with support only analog mode.
|General characteristics (LTR24-1, LTR24-2)|
|Number of channels||4 channels, each channel is programmable either for the differential input mode (inputs X, Y), or for the ICP sensor connection mode (there are separate contacts on the module connector for connecting ICP sensors). Each channel has a high-quality differential high-impedance input with a high in-phase rejection ratio.|
|Resolution of the sigma-delta ADC||20/24 bits depending on the settings|
|Maximum ADC conversion frequency||117 kHz|
|Minimum ADC conversion frequency||610 Hz|
|The mode of measuring the intrinsic zero-point voltage||Programmed simultaneously for all channels|
|The AC mode "with DC compensation" or the normal mode "DC+AC"||Programmed separately for each channel|
|Residual zero offset of the inverter in "AC" mode||5 mV (at the sub-band of ±10 V)
1 mV (at the sub-band of ±2 V)
|Linearity of the phase-frequency characteristic (PFC)||At the "AC+DC" mode, the PFC is linear in the entire frequency range. In the "AC" mode, the PFC is linear, with the exception of the low frequency region (less than 5 Hz), where the DC compensation mechanism has an active influence on the AFC.|
|Synchronization of ADC channels||All 4 channels of the LTR24 module are strictly synchronous, the relative phase shift is minimal.|
|Phase shift with multimodule input||Within the same LTR, the relative phase shift of the data acquisition between the LTR24 modules will always remain constant in time|
|Possible combinations of the ADC conversion frequency, the ADC output format and the number of channels||
Note: The limitations for the LTR-U-1-4 crate can be found in the User's Guide.
|Power consumption (with unloaded outputs +15 V, -15 V)||3.0 W (LTR24-1)
3.5 W (LTR24-2, ICP inputs arenot connected)
3.5 W (LTR24-2, ICP inputs are connected, current is 3 mA)
4.6 W (LTR24-2, ICP inputs are connected, current is 10 mA)
|External power supply outputs|
|Output voltage||±15 V|
|Nominal output current||30 mA for each output relative to AGND circuit
10 mA (for LTR24-2 with ICP inputs enabled)
|Output impedance||22 Ohms per output|
|Characteristics when working with differential inputs (LTR24-1, LTR24-2)|
|Input signal measuring subranges||±10 V, ±2 V (peak values)|
|Common-mode voltage of the differential input||±10 V (independent of subband)|
|Operating range of signal relative to AGND||±12 V (at inputs X, Y)|
|Operating range of DC component compensation in AC mode||at the sub-band of ±10 V:
at the sub-band of ±2 V:
|Limits of the permissible basic relative error in measuring the DC voltage of positive and negative polarity in the "Differential input" mode, in percent||
where XК is the final value of the established measurement subband (XК = 10 V or 2 V);
X – a value by LTR24, V.
|Limits of the permissible basic relative error in the measurement of the rms AC voltage in the "Differential input" mode, in percent||
Notation: XК1 – the final value of the established measurement subband (XК = 10 V or 2 V); X – a value by LTR24, V.
|In-phase 50 Hz rejection coefficient in differential mode, not less than||77 dB|
|Common mode 50 Hz rejection coefficient in differential mode, not less than||75 dB|
|Input resistance of differential input (along any line X1...X4, Y1...Y4 relatively to the AGND circuit) when the module state is ON||Not less than 10 MOhm|
|Input current along the lines X1...X4, Y1...Y4 at a voltage of ±10 V||±0.2 nA (under normal conditions)
±3.0 nA (in the operating temperature range)
|Maximum allowable voltage||±20 V (at the inputs X1...X4, Y1...Y4)|
|AFC lower limit||0 Hz (at DC+AC mode)
0,48 ±0,60 Hz, by level of –3 dB (at AC mode)
|AFC upper limit||0.49 of the set conversion frequency by the level of -3 dB|
|Signal-to-noise ratio, typical value||102 dB|
|The signal/(noise + harmonic) ratio over the sinusoidal signal (SINAD), typical value||97 dB|
|The coefficient of nonlinear distortion (THD), typical value||100 dB|
|Dynamic range, free from spurious emissions (SFDR), typical value||101 dB|
|Inter-channel interference at a frequency of 5 kHz||Less than -90 dB|
|Own noise, typical value, with shorted input||
|Reservation||Supports the possibility of a redundant connection (only via differential input) more than one LTR24 to the same signal sources.|
Amplitude spectrum. It is received when a sinusoidal signal of 1.3 kHz is applied to LTR24 differential inputs for the 2 V range.
Amplitude spectrum. It is received when a sinusoidal signal of 1.3 kHz is applied to LTR24 differential inputs for the 10 V range.
|Characteristics when working with ICP-inputs (LTR24-2)|
|Operating range of signal relative to AGND||From 0 to 22 V (at the ICP inputs)|
|Operating range of DC component compensation in AC mode||From 0 to 22 V|
|The value of direct current in the ICP-sensor circuit at a voltage of 0 to 22 V||±10 mA ± 2% (10 mA range)
±2.86 mA ± 2% (2.86 mA range)
|Instability of the current source relative to the calibrated current value||± 0.05% of the calibrated value (under normal conditions)
± 0.15% of the calibrated value (full temperature range)
|Internal resistance of ICP circuits at a voltage of 0 to 22 V in operating mode||At least 2.7 MOhm (at DC)
At least 25 kOhm (at AC in the frequency pass band)
Limits of the permissible basic relative error in the measurement of the rms AC voltage in the "ICP input" mode, in percent
Notation: XК2 – the final value of the established measurement subband, XК2 = 5 V or 1 V;
|Maximum allowable voltage||-1…+27 V at a current of not more than ± 30 mA (at the ICP1-ICP4 inputs)|
|AFC lower limit||1.3 Hz at the -3 dB level|
|AFC upper limit||0.49 of the set conversion frequency at the -3 dB level|
|The mode of indirect resistance measurements (LTR24-2)|
|Resistance measurement ranges at the "DC + AC resistance" mode||0…1000 Ohm (at a current of 10 mA and a range of ±10 V)
0…3496 Ohm (at a current of 2,86 mA and a range of ±10 V)
0…200 Ohm (at a current of 10 mA and a range of ±2 V)
0…699 Ohm (at a current of 2,86 mA and a range of ±2 V)
|Resistance measuring ranges at the mode of measurement of "AC resistance" signal variable component (in vibrometry tasks)||±R/2 at sensor resistance R = 0...1000 Ohm (at a current of 10 mA and a range of ±10 V)
±R/2 with a sensor resistance R = 0...3496 Ohm (at a current of 2.86 mA and a range of ±10 V)
±R/2 at sensor resistance R = 0...200 Ohm (at a current of 10 mA and a range of ±2 V)
±R/2 with a sensor resistance R = 0...699 Ohm (at a current of 2.86 mA and a range of ±2 V)
See the main features of LTR modules
Hardware description, assignment and connection of signals is given in the User's Guide.
|4 parallel channels, 24 bits, up to 117 kHz|
|4 parallel channels, 24 bits, up to 117 kHz, direct connection of ICP sensors|
LTR24 module. Programmer's Guide
Ltrapi basic library. Programmer's Guide.
Description of the software for Windows, Linux, FreeBSD and QNX.
LTR modular DAQ system. User's Guide (revision 3.1.0).
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OPC DA Server for L Card data acquisition modules and LTR crate system. Version 1.0.10.
Beta version. LCOMP library for Windows XP/Vista/Win7/Win8/Win10 32 and 64-bit versions with drivers. The installer and drivers are digitally signed. The library is built on the basis of modern WDM-drivers rewritten on WDF. It includes the WDM driver itself for L-CARD hardware, the DLL library with source code, programming examples, electronic description, etc. The LCOMP library provides support for almost the entire range of products: PCI boards, USB modules. ISA support is excluded.
The library includes “L-Graph I” software. L-Graph I supports the following devices: L-1450, L-761, L-780, L-783, L-791, E14-140, E-154 and E14-440. Files recorded by L-Graph I can also be read and processed using the demo-version of PowerGraph v.3.X.
The ltrd service. Version 220.127.116.11. Provides communication with LTR crates. It is a replacement for the LTRserver software while maintaining the compatibility of the program interface. ltrd is designed for the same purpose as LTRserver, but it is a service that runs when the system is started. The graphical interface to the service is provided by a separate LTR Manager program.
Attention! Only one of the programs ltrd or LTRserver can work at a time.
Libraries for working with LTR crates and modules. Version 1.32.22.
LTR Manager software. Version 1.5.2. Graphical interface to the ltrd service. Provides an interface similar to the LTRserver interface when working through the ltrd service.