Pulse Pro I/O from Banner Engineering
06 July 2020
Pulse Frequency Modulation (PFM) is a way to digitally represent an analog measurement value from a sensor. Banner Engineering’s Pulse Pro I/O technology simplifies the connection between the sensor and an indicator or controller.
Pulse Pro I/O solves a wide variety of applications and localises clear information for fast visibility and response.
Measure distance without an analog sensor
Pulse Pro I/O sends digital pulses that are proportionally scaled across the measuring span on the sensor. This allows users to use a high-quality digital input card on their PLC to determine the measured distance. The sensor will indicate a loss of signal between the sensor and target, providing additional information to customers about target presence and absence. Pulse Pro I/O’s digital signal has increased immunity from electrical noise interference, a common problem of analog transmissions over long cable runs, so it does not require shielded cabling.
Superior performance over distance
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Pulse Pro I/O is used in a wide variety of applications where immediate visibility is necessary, including, but not limited to:
• Dashboard assembly process
• Operator scale interface
• Checkweigher status visibility
• Coil level
• Material level in hopper
• Part in place confirmation
• Roll diameter and symmetry
• Forklift/AGV guidance
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