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CAN Power Control MiniModules

A CAN-based Power Control MiniModule (PCMM) serves as the power distribution center for measurement setups with multiple modules and high channel counts.

The PCMM enables the user to control the power (on/off) to all measurement modules, data loggers and other external devices in the test set-up. In addition, it compensates for any voltage fluctuations and dips going below the minimum operating voltage of 5 V DC, which can occur during engine start. The PCMM features a range of configurable switching inputs, such as terminal 15 (ignition), switching voltage from the data logger as well as an external switching voltage.

PCMM - Power Control MiniModul
PCMM - Power Control MiniModule

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Filename
Language
Version
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English
V.1.5.0
940.46 KB

Multilanguage
V.8.14.1
237.23 MB
  • Configuration software for CSM measurement modules (incl. documentation)
  • with visualization software CSMview
  • System requirements: (32- and 64-bit systems) Win7 / Win8 / Win10
  • Release notes

English
V.2.0.0
206.51 KB


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