Transmission rate of serial interface.
After reaching the preset value, a positive (PNP) or negative (NPN) signal is emitted at the output
(transistor or optocoupler).
Electromagnetic pulses emitted by
devices that are spread over the air or over lines (EN 50081).
The capacity of a device to continue
to operate correctly and without functional restriction in sprite of electromagnetic
interference (EN 50082).
Liquid-crystal display. Can be read
thanks to background illumination or normal light incidence.
It is indicated according to DIN 40050 and IP (International Protection) followed by a 2-digit number.
A relay is switched when the preset
value has been reached.
Used to communicate (input and output)
with external systems.
An output is switched when this value
has been reached or exceeded (up or down).
Classifications (EN 61010) are descriptions
of connected protective measures against electric shock.
factor (electronic gear)
Multiplier to evaluate input pulses.
Possibility of evaluating incoming pulses and thus of adapting electronic
and mechanical equipment.
Return to initial value of tachometer.
A reset of the display is effected
in case the pulses were interrupted after this period has lapsed.
Control bit for error recognition
of data received serially.
A counter that counts the input pulses
by adding or subtracting them without any kind of control function.
Repeated display or measurment cycle.
Voltage supply: Alternating current.
Voltage supply: Direct current.