The leading provider of nuclear components and services, specifically nuclear reactor components for U.S. Navy submarines and aircraft carriers, contracts with Sealevel for monitoring devices. The integrator utilizes a very I/O-dense cabinet to monitor valves and peripherals for gas analysis in their clean rooms as part of the building process for nuclear aircraft cores. At their site for reactors for submarines and aircraft carriers, they have a series of such cabinets that also require embedded controllers.
The resulting configuration provides the high-density I/O and embedded control necessitated by the application.
Sealevel’s engineering team specified two SeaI/O USB data acquisition devices, the 450U and the 470U, coupled with the HUB7M Rugged USB Hub and the Relio R1 Industrial Computer. To achieve the mounting configuration, the customer also utilizes the KT125 VESA bracket and the KT123 flush mount bracket. The resulting configuration provides the high-density I/O and embedded control necessitated by the application.
The SeaI/O-450U provides 16 SPTDT Form C relays while the SeaI/O-470U allows for expansion via 8 differential or 16 single-ended 12-bit inputs, 2 12-bit D/A output channels, 8 optically isolated inputs, and 8 open-collector outputs. Additional peripheral connection is achieved through the 7 USB ports on the HUB7M. The entire system is controlled by the Relio R1 for a fully configurable, reliable network within a small footprint.
- 16 SPDT Form C relays
- Removable screw terminals for simplified field wiring
- Input power via terminal block or modular connector
- 8 differential or 16 single-ended 12-bit inputs
- 2 12-bit D/A output channels
- 8 optically isolated inputs
- 8 open-collector outputs
The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement.