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imc CRONOSflexflexible expandable fastFrameless modular measurement system for electromechanical testingimc – productive testing

www.imc-tm.com/CRONOSfleximc CRONOSflex at a glance Flexible modularity through framelessexpansion Click mechanism connects moduleselectrically and mechanically Centralized or distributed, put the pieceswhere you need Simultaneous recording of analog, digital,and fieldbus/vehicle bus data Up to 2000 kS/s per system and up to100 kS/s per channel Supports virtually any physical sensor andsignal type Synchronous acquisition of one tothousands of channels Integrated real-time analysis and control Standalone, remote or interactive operation (via Ethernet TCP/IP connection)

Advantagesimc CRONOSflexExperience true flexibility in test and measurementimc CRONOSflex gives you a degree of flexibilityA perfect fit every time: from test stand and benchnever before possible. By simply clicking antop, to mobile testing environments, the modularimc CRONOSflex module, or modules, to a base unit,imc CRONOSflex measurement system provides youyou’ve created a complete system, with exactly thewith the versatility you need for day-to-day changes,number of channels you need. No cables betweenover a diverse range of measurement and controlcards, no half empty mainframe rack, and no expansi-tasks, but without the need to make any sacrifices ofon chassis to squeeze in one more channel.performance or ease of use.In PracticeClick mechanism – connects modules electrically and mechanicallyUiVoltage &high voltageUiCurrentiTemperatureƒStrain gaugeI 0ƒFrequencyspeed/angleI 0ƒDigitalinput/outputI logoutput011001011010011001Advantages // 03Facts & FeaturesU011001011010011001

I 0www.imc-tm.com/CRONOSflexƒiUI 0outviddBEnhancing your testing productivityGaining flexibilityU011001I 0easily adapts to changing demands of day-to-day testing in011010 Frameless modular systemthe011001ƒ bench. Add, replace or relocate thedBout modules whereverfield or on the testit isvidconvenientifor you, your signals and your testing Flexibility for remote monitoring in both centralized and Ethernet distributed networks Versatile expansion modules for multi-channel, mixed signal recordingI 0Saving time011001 Real-time calculations, analysis and data reduction by the measurement device011010itself With the click mechanism, an optimized solution or the reconfiguration of011001modules canbe achieved in a matter of seconds Fast transition between measurement setups and locations imc’s unique breakout connectors provide quick connections for any sensor, and optionalsupport for automatic sensor recognition (TEDS)i I 0ƒviddBoutSaving money The modular system design allows the investment to be easily tailored, segmented andspread over long-term budget planning – yet at a very low entry price for a minimumworking configurationGaining clarity & synchrony011001 No cables, no screws, no fuss – modules can simply be clickedtogether in order to expand011010011001or reorganize the system Due to the internal EtherCAT system bus, measurement modules are synchronized witheach other. No further settings necessaryGaining independence & security PC-less, standalone operation with internal storage. Because it can be operatedPC-independent, the system maintains reliability even in harsh environments Intelligent power supply with optional short-term (UPS) or long-term power (Li-ion battery) Reliable operation and guaranteed data integrity, even in the event of power failure

In PracticeMix-and-match test stand expansionWhen managing short-run test stands that are reconfigured every few days or weeks, the ability to easilyadapt test stand hardware can save days of engineeringdowntime. By assigning an imc CRONOSflex base unitto each of your test stands, you can mix and match theinput modules as the test requires. Because the configuration and operation software automatically recognizes hardware changes, you will find it easy to adaptprevious configurations — proven and etablished – intonew and expanded setups, resulting in test configuration productivity gains.Add channels when tests demand itIn Practice“Since our initial specification for a new test systemwas based on an older test concept, I suspected we weregoing to need more channels later on.” With the lowerentry-price, there‘s no need for a large chassis or unnecessary modules “just in case.” When the time comesto expand input capabilities by adding additional modules, everything you’ve already invested in your currentimc CRONOSflex system still works the same. With permodule prices well below complete system prices, youcan always expand without breaking your budget.Distributed systems avoid analog noiseSolving the problem of signal noise and interferencehas never been easier. Unlike chassis-based systems,data collection and synchronization via the EtherCATbackbone of the imc CRONOSflex system can beaccomplished without having the input modules installed in a mainframe chassis. Modules can be daisyFacts & Featureschained and distributed up to 100 meters away viaFacts & Featuresnoise-free standard Ethernet cable. This allows you tolocate inputs and digitizers close to the signal source,especially when working in electrically “noisy”environments, like test cells and electric vehicles.In Practice // 05

www.imc-tm.com/CRONOSflexDesigned for both centralized and distributed operationsBase unitimc STUDIOMeasurement softwareEthernet TCP/IPRJ45/CAT5 & WLAN1EtherCATRJ45/CAT523EtherCATRJ45/CAT54561 imc CRONOSflex base unit4Modules may be located wherever convenient2 Measurement modules “clicked” to base5Optional isolated fiber optic connectivity3 Decentralized distribution up to 100m via standardCAT5 network cable6Distributed measurement module satellite stacksynchronously connects with only one cableFlexible mountingIn addition to the self-supporting housings, there are matching mounting options for various applications.e.g., for mobile applicationse.g., 19“-rack for test stand applicationse.g., for fixed installations

Design Conceptimc CRONOSflex base unitThe base unit is the heart of the system:Digital I/O, analog output and controlLogging of analog inputs is only part of the story when TCP/IP Ethernet interface for system configurationand interactive data collection Onboard data storage on removable flash media oroptional hard drive Onboard real-time signal processing and test controlit comes to complete test systems. As with all imc dataacquisition systems, imc CRONOSflex is also wellsuited to interact with the test environment, includingdiscrete digital inputs and outputs, as well as analogoutputs (e.g., proportional control) and CAN I/O.with imc Online FAMOS GPS (for time and/or position information)and external display connectivity Stand-alone startup and power-failure controllogic, including several battery optionsReal-time functionality at your fingertipsOne of the core concepts of all members of theimc CRONOS familiy is integrated synchronous control:Two speed grades and build time optionsan extensive array of real-time functionality.imc CRONOSflex is available with aggregatedata collection rates of either 400 kSample/sControl signals and simple logic are often handledor 2000 kSample/s per system.without the need for any programming, directlythrough imc‘s powerful trigger engine.In addition, a base unit may be configured withCAN or other fieldbus interface extensions,For advanced real-time analysis and control,digital I/O, counter and analog output extensions.imc Online FAMOS is available as an enhancement. ThisThe base unit options extend the general functionalityoption provides the capability of handling tasks rangingof the system, detailed in the imc CRONOSflex basefrom basic statistical operations, such as minimum/unit table.maximum, average and RMS, to more demanding calculations, such as FFT spectral analysis, signal classifi-imc CRONOSflex modularitycation (fatigue analysis) and order tracking. VirtualWith up to 100kSample/s per channel, integratedchannels are computed on the fly, in real time.imc CRONOSflex modules are up to the toughest dataIn addition, imc Online FAMOS extends the capabilityacquisition challenges, while performing under de-of your system to easily create PLC-like controlmanding environmental conditions. The input modulesfunctionality with minimal specialized knowledge.are compatible with virtually every physical sensorIncorporating responsive real-time and closed loopand signal type, and integrate not only sensor signalcontrol (incl. PID), the system can thus handleconditioning, but also filtering and digitizing in acomplete test stand automation.single, compact, field-swappable unit.Facts & Features // 07Facts & Featuressignal conditioning and sensor power supplies,

www.imc-tm.com/CRONOSflexOne software for the entire testing processimc STUDIO – the modular software for measurement, control and automationWhether you want to use your imc imc CRONOSflex in a “black box“ configuration for easy data acquisition, oryou want to set up Live-Monitoring on hundreds of channels during prototype testing, or you want to create acomplete test stand automation routine with its own control panel – with imc STUDIO, you have full control overthe entire measurement process.Configuration & measurementVisualization & displaysimc STUDIO Setupimc STUDIO Panel (Standard) Simple measurement device selection Versatile imc Curve Window configurations (2D/3D) Clear configuration of all hardware settings Display live video Intelligent trigger machine Freely customize control & display elements per Flexible, real-time calculations Structured project managementdrag & drop Create reports Data browser for navigating through largevolumes of dataTesting sequencesUser interfaceimc STUDIO Sequencerimc STUDIO Panel (Professional) Automation of test and evaluation procedures Intelligent instruments (Widgets) and control Configuration per Drag & Drop From sequence control to automated dataevaluation and report creation imc FAMOS & MATLAB interfaceelements Individually customizable GUIs Additional application-oriented components foruser interfaces Full-screen display User rights managementTest stand automationimc STUDIO Automation Real-time automation platform Graphical design environment for test stands andtest setups per Drag & Drop or notation imc hardware provides the necessary deterministic timing Threshold monitoring in the backgroundimc STUDIO Standardimc STUDIO Professionalimc STUDIO DeveloperEfficient system integration Integration of DLLs Scripting engine (.Net) Integrated workbench Connection to 3rd-party devices Implement your own data-stream analysis LabVIEW interface (VI’s) DIAdem interface

Live data analysisAnalysis & documentationimc Online FAMOS / imc Inline FAMOSimc FAMOS Analyze and calculate live data streams Powerful data analysis and documentation “Immediate results” during the running Full range of pre-defined calculation functionsmeasurement Create multi-layer macros Autarkic in the device (imc Online FAMOS) Create user-defined GUIs PC based with scalable performance Control large amounts of data(imc Inline FAMOS) Simple syntaxVideo integrationWebserverimc STUDIO Videoimc REMOTE Time-synchronized video and measurement Configurable homepage for displaying and Pre-trigger function Up to 4 simultaneous video cameras 2 redundant channels per camera with independent sampling and trigger settings(monitor channels)operating imc measurement devices Platform-independent device access withstandard internet browser Web Design Wizard for creating individual webpages Supports https (SSL) for secure connectionSensor managementRemote Testingimc SENSORSimc LINK / imc WEBDEVICES Management of any sensor Remote connection for imc measurement Measurement channel configuration from sensordatabase per Drag & Drop Descriptions from TEDSsystems via WiFi or mobile radio Automatic measurement data transfer to thePC or server Automated evaluations GPS data on map background Turnkey solutions including IT & serviceimc STUDIO Plug-InAdditional softwareFacts & Features // 09Facts & Featuresdata acquisition

www.imc-tm.com/CRONOSfleximc CRONOSflex Detailsimc CRONOSflex base unitCRFX-400CRFX-2000G400 kSps2000 kSpsGeneralAggregate sampling rateOperating conditionsStandard operating temp. rangeExtended temp. range (incl. condensation)Shock and vibration ratingMIL 810F (40g)ConnectivityEthernet100 -8ISO2-16-2TUNI-4UNI2-8HV-2U2IHV-4U1 GBitW-LAN (WiFi) IEEE 802.11.g (54 Mbit/s)Dual band IEEE 802.11.n (300 Mbit/s)Wireless UMTS, 3G, 4GEtherCAT distributable system busGPS connection portDisplay connection portRemote controlled main switchProgrammable status feedback (LEDs)Isolated SYNC signalData storageCF card slot (Compact Flash)CFast card slotUSB 2.0 host port (external removable storage)Storage on PC / network driveHard disk (internal)Stand-alone capabilitiesPC independent complex trigger functionalityOnboard real-time data analysis (imc Online FAMOS)Autarkic PC-less operation, self startSynchronization & clockMaster-slave between different imc systemsNTP network based synchronizationPTP network synchronization (precision)Via external GPS signalVia external IRIG-B & DCF-77 signalField bus extensionsCAN, CAN FDLINFlexRayMVBARINCXCPoE (Master, Slave)EtherCAT SlaveMulti-functional I/O extension of base unitDigital in/out, pulse counter, analog outPower supplyDC input 10V to 50VAC/DC adapter (110 to 230VAC)Supply of remote modules via Power-over-EtherCATData integrity upon power failUPS (lead gel battery)UPS (extended capacity Li-Ion)

Key:Default,Optional, ( ) Restrictedimc CRONOSflex analog amplifier modules100 kHz2 kHz100 kHz11 kHz50100 kHz48 kHz50100 kHz11 kHz50100 kHz1 kHzHV-4U (U-chan)43Banana100 kHz14 kHz2,500HV-2U2I (I-chan)43Banana/Terminal blocks100 kHz14 kHz2,500/(50100 kHz48 kHz5100 kHz48 kHz5100 kHz48 kHz5100 kHz48 kHz5100 kHz14 kHz5100 kHz48 kHz5100 kHz48 kHz5100 kHz5 kHz5100 kHz5 kHz5100 kHz48 kHz5100 kHz48 kHz2.5Audio & vibration CBNC, LEMO.1BCharge42QI-4BNCBridge & strain gauge 6-HD82DCB2-8DSUB-1581DCBC2-8DSUB-26-HDFor universal use82UNI2-8DSUB-1541UNI-4DSUB-15double SENSEsingle SENSEAC excitation (CF)DC excitationquarter bridgehalf bridgebridge modefull bridge(per channel)sensor supplyICP plugCharge mode integratedICP mode integratedRTD (PT100)Thermocouple (TC)20mA shunt plug501 kHz20 mA internal shunt11 kHz100 kHzcurrent temp ICP, charge, suppliesvoltage up to 1000 V100 kHzvoltage up to 50/60 V5voltage up to 10 Vsignal bandwidth(-3dB)11 kHzmin. voltage range(mV)max. sampling rate(per channel)100 kHzTEDSstandard connectorVoltage measurement81LV3-8DSUB-15Voltage & temperature -8-LLEMO.1P REDEL83HISO-8-T-LLEMO.2P REDELHigh voltage measurement 600V CAT IIIvoltage modeisolated voltage modespeedLEMO version availableconnectorwidth (type)channelsmodule nameCRFX/xxxsize)( )imc CRONOSflex DIO, pulse counter, DAC modules2232 MHz32 MHz44256 MHz1632161616321616TEDS support(Transducer Electronic Data Sheet)imc CRONOSflex modules support direct read/writeof TEDS sensors, including imc‘s TEDS Clip.Connectors: TEDS interfaces require either theACC /DSUBTEDS-x variants of our connectors orper-channel connectors such as Lemo.“IEPE“ type TEDS is supported in audio modules withdirect BNC input connectors.Digital I/Ogalvanically isolated,configurable to 24V/5V (TTL/CMOS ) Level,output: 0.7A sink, high current: sink and source 0.7APulse Counterfull analog input conditioning:500 kHz analog bandwidth, differential input,analog filter, software adjustable threshold levelsModes: event counter, time, frequency, speed, RPMdifferential and absolute angle and displacement88Facts & Features // 11Facts & Features44analog sin/cos modecounterfrequency4DSUB-15DSUB-15DSUB-15Terminal blocksDSUB-15DSUB-15DSUB-15DSUB-15DSUB-15pulse counterquadraturemode chan88high currentoutput Bitshigh voltageinput Bits168DACcounter inputsDSUB-15DSUB-15digital I/Oanalog outputsBase unit extension 40mmDI16-DO8-ENC4 40mmDI8-DO8-ENC4-DAC4flex modules: pulse counterHRENC-41flex modules: digital I/O, DAC (DI2-161DI2-322DO-16-HV 16-HC-DAC-82connectorstandardconnectorwidthmodule nameCRFX/xxxsize

Tel.: 49 (0)30 - 46 70 90 0Fax: 49 (0)30 - 463 15 76hotline@imc-tm.dewww.imc-tm.comimc CRONOSflex 112018 edition1 english // Errors and changes excepted. All registered trademarks are the property of the respective companies.imc Test & Measurement GmbHVoltastraße 513355 BerlinGermany

imc STUDIO - the modular software for measurement, control and automation Whether you want to use your imc imc CRONOSflex in a "black box" configuration for easy data acquisition, or you want to set up Live-Monitoring on hundreds of channels during prototype testing, or you want to create a

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