TERN DataWatch NEC V25 16 bit CPU [x86 compatible]  8MHZ C/C++ Programmable Controller, 4 channels 12-bit DAC, 14 solenoid drivers, 11 12-bit ADC, 2 RS232 and 1 RS485, LCD interface


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DataWatch
Industrial controller with 96 field-removable screw terminals, ADC, DAC, I/Os

As of 2003, this product is being discontinued as NEC has ended production on the NEC-V25.  Limited inventories for prior customers available.   

Please see TD-40 as a possible replacement.

DataWatch Specs/Features:
* Measures 6.7x6.7x0.7 inches
* 16-bit CPU (NEC V25), x86 compatible

* 8 MHz system clock
* Power consumption: 180 mA at 9V
* Low power version: 75 mA, 20 mA standby
* Temperature: -40 to +85 Celsius
* Up to 512 KB Flash/EPROM

* Up to 512 KB battery-backed SRAM
* 512-byte EEPROM
* 14 solenoid drivers and 8 TTL I/Os driven by PPI
* 11 12-bit ADC
* 4 channels 12-bit DAC
* 24x4 field-removeable screw terminals
* Two RS-232 and one RS-485
* LCD Interface

The DataWatch™ (DW) is a low-cost, 16-bit C/C++ programmable industrial controller based on the NEC V25 processor. The DW supports up to 512 KB ROM/Flash, 512 KB battery-backed SRAM, a 512-byte EEPROM, a real-time clock (RTC72421), up to three serial ports, three 16-bit timers/counters, TTL I/O lines, 14 solenoid drivers, power failure reset, watchdog, and 24x4 field-removable screw terminals. 12-bit ADC, DAC, and a 16x2 character LCD interface are also available.

The DW is designed for industrial and field applications that demand mobility. The 96 (24x4) optional field-removable screw terminals of the DW allow a unit to be placed and removed without disconnecting individual wires, which relieves the constant hassle of swapping, moving, and upgrading a system. This feature saves time and minimizes disastrous cross-wiring. The factory default configuration provides fixed terminals, if the optional field-removable terminals are not needed.

At the 24x4 screw terminals, the DW provides 16 TTL inputs, 8 comparator inputs, 14 solenoid drivers, and 8 bi-directional TTL I/Os with LED indicators.

The 16 TTL inputs are buffered by two PALs and can be configured as multiplexed events counter inputs, external interrupt inputs or digital inputs. An on-board PPI (82C55) drives 14 solenoid drivers and 8 bi-directional TTL I/Os. Eight resistor-protected comparators can be used to measure either digital or analog inputs (0 to 10V) in 16 levels.

An optional 11 resistor-protected 12-bit ADC inputs and four 12-bit DAC outputs can be installed on the DW. The ADC (TLC2543) features reference inputs (2.5V or 5V), a sample rate of up to 2.5 kHz, and a 0-10V input voltage range. The DAC (MAX537) outputs 0V to 2.5V, with a typical slew rate of 3V/s with a 5 kW load. The DAC is installed with a 2.5V precision reference (20 ppm/ C, LT1009).

The 14 solenoid drivers can sink up to 350 mA each at 50V.

Two RS-232 serial ports support up to 115,200 baud. One optional UART (SCC2691) supports 8-bit/9-bit RS-485 networking. Two standby modes, HALT and STOP, can reduce power consumption. A 16-pin LCD interface header supports various types of LCDs.

 

Ordering Information (Qty 1/100/1K+)
DW
                          $219/$169/$99

Includes NEC V25, 2 RS-232, 3 timers, comparators, 14 solenoid drivers, 8 I/Os from 82C55 PPI, watchdog, LCD interface, 512-byte EEPROM, and 24x4 FIXED screw terminals. Does not include add-on options. OEM option discounts available.

Add-on Options:

1) SRAM: 32KB/128KB/512KB    $8/$15/$40
2) Debug ROM (TDREM_V25) $30
3) Real-time clock and battery $20
4) Low-power version $25
5) UART (SCC2691) and RS-485 driver $30
6) 11 ch. 12-bit ADC $30
7) 4 ch. 12-bit DAC (MAX 537) w/ 2.5V reference $80
8) 24x4 field-removable screw terminals $80

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