NID-1100 Rotor Speed Simulator is
a battery operated, handheld instrument which is used to electronically
simulate outputs from various types of RPM sensors and transmitters in
the range from 1.0 RPM to 60,000 RPM.
NID-1100 uses a menu-driven, 1.8″
TFT display (160×128 pixel, 18-bit colors) to establish appropriate
settings. The key panel contains five sealed switches: Up Arrow, Down
Arrow, E (Enter), Run/Stop and On/Off. The operating modes are: Manual
In Manual mode, the user can select the
desired RPM value and the type of Output. Using Start/Stop key, the user
can Start or Stop the output generation. During the generation of RPM
output, the user can continually (On-line) increase or decrease the RPM
value using Up or Down arrow.
In Automatic Mode, the user can select
the nominal RPM, desired acceleration time (for RPM from zero to
nominal), steady state time for nominal RPM and deceleration time (for
RPM from nominal to zero), in range from 1.0 sec to 999.0 sec. Using
Start/Stop key, the user can Start or Stop the programed output
- Easy to use, menu-driven operation
- Simulates various RPM sensors output
- Manual and Automatic Operating Modes
- Output Range: 1.0 RPM to 60.000 RPM
- RPM Tachometer Output (TTL Level)
- RPM Proximity Probe Output (Powered by – 24VDC)
- RPM Proximity Probe Output (Powered by + 24VDC)
- RPM OSO Output (Optical Speed Output)
- Battery operated
- Overspeed limits (alarm, trips) checking
The user can select the Output signal
from the following: RPM Tachometer Output (TTL Level), RPM Proximity
Probe Output (powered by +24VDC), RPM Proximity Probe Output (powered by
-24VDC), RPM OSO® Output.
Electric connection with DUT (Device
Under Test) is established over the front mounted LEMO (ODU) Connector.
Optical connection with DUT is established over the OSO (Optical Speed
Output) front mounted LED.