M-7088-G/S has 8 PWM output channels and 8 counter inputs. It can be used to develop powerful and cost effective analog control system. PWM (Pulse width modulation) is a powerful technique for controlling analog circuits. It uses digital outputs to generate a waveform with variant duty cycle and frequency to control analog circuits. It can be used to controlling the position/speed of motors, dimming the brightness of lamps, the speed of fans, and many other devices.
The M-7088-G/S supports both the Modbus RTU and the DCON protocols, which can be configured via software. The M-7088 G/S allows the load voltage to be increased from +3.5 to +50 V for the 8-channels PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) output and the 8-channels high-speed counter.
Automatic generation of PWM outputs by hardware, without software intervention.
10Hz ~ 500KHz PWM output frequency with 0.1%~99.9% duty cycle
Software and hardware trigger mode for PWM output
Individual and synchronous PWM output
Using software trigger mode, you can set configuration for all PWM channels then trigger them one by one or all of them at the same time.
Burst mode PWM operation for standby
DI channel can be configured as simple digital input channel or hardware trigger source of the PWM output.
Controlling the position/speed of motors
Dimming the brightness of lamps
Controlling the speed of fans
No (Usually supplied by the RS-485 Master. Alternatively, add a tM-SG4 or SG-785.)
(N, 8, 1) (N, 8, 2) (E, 8, 1) (O, 8, 1)
1200 to 115200 bps
Modbus RTU, DCON
Yes, Module (1.6 Seconds), Communication (Programmable)