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          Programmable Logic ControllerKV-7000 series

          KV-AD40V

          A/D Conversion Unit, 4 Analog Input Channels

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          Model

          KV-AD40V

          Type

          A/D conversion unit

          Analogue I/O point

          4 points (differential input)

          Analogue I/O range (resolution)

          Voltage

          -10 to +10 V (0.5 mV 1/40,000)
          -5 to +5 V (0.25 mV 1/40,000)
          0 to 10 V (0.5 mV 1/20,000)
          0 to 5 V (0.25 mV 1/20,000)
          1 to 5 V (0.25 mV 1/16,000)

          Input current

          0 to 20 mA (1 µA 1/20,000)
          4 to 20 mA (1 µA 1/16,000)

          Input impedance

          Voltage: 5 MΩ, Current: 250 Ω

          Conversion speed

          25 µs/ch*1

          Conversion precision

          25 °C ±5 °C

          Voltage: ±0.1 % of F.S.*2, Current: ±0.1 % of F.S.

          0 to 50 °C

          Voltage: ±0.2 % of F.S.*3, Current: ±0.2 % of F.S.

          Insulation mode

          Between unit and CPU: Photocoupler insulation, non-insulation between channels

          Absolute max. input

          Voltage: ±15 V, Current: 30 mA

          Internal current consumption

          140 mA or less

          Weight

          Approx. 150 g

          *1 When temperature drift correction is used, temperature drift correction time of 25 µs is added regardless of the number of channels used.
          *2 This is a value when temperature drift correction is used. When temperature drift correction is not used, the conversion precision is as follows: Voltage: ±0.5 % of F.S., Current: ±0.6 % of F.S.
          *3 This is a value when temperature drift correction is used. When temperature drift correction is not used, the conversion precision is as follows: Voltage: ±0.7 % of F.S., Current: ±0.7 % of F.S.

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