OP6228 Reconfigurable FPGA Module: High current and high voltage Sensor Application

The high current and high voltage Sensor application transforms the OP6228 into a scope in Real-Time !

This application has been specifically developed to probe and analyze current solenoids for transmission. The application you could use is wider, you can probe and analyze any type of signals such as injector or spark plug signals, CAM or any fast transient current signals needed for deeper analysis purpose.

The High current and high voltage sensor comes with a graphical user interface similar to a real scope and offers specific features such as:

Adjustable acquisition sampling
Advanced record and trigger features
Diagnostic and hardware detection logic

The high current and high voltage sensor application is coupled with a OP5511 current sensor box.

  
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The OP6228 high current and high voltage sensor is used to analyze various currents and voltages found in a vehicle.

When used with TestDrive software, it is capable of displaying voltage with its acquisition tool, capturing data from a fault trigger,
and capturing data from a forced fault trigger as required in simulator applications for the automotive
industry.

The OP6228 high current and high voltage works similarly to an oscilloscope. It offers the ability to manipulate data from
fault triggers, to define the fault triggers themselves, and to visualize the ongoing acquisition or review
saved data.

 

 

 

 

The System Information and Trigger settings panel gives the user an insight at the different hardware
setup and connections. This panel also lets the user define the fault trigger parameters. Trigger detection
is done by the model and is used to detect problems during simulation. Each time the “Scope” Simulink
block receives a trigger signal, it displays triggered data in the scope (except if the Auto Rearm option is
checked), and saves it to a MAT file if Data logging is enabled.

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