BreakOut 12 Quick Start Guide
BreakOut 12 Data Sheet
SymNet Remote Terminal is a UDP terminal test application for testing Ethernet-based control for Symetrix products. SymNet Remote Terminal.zip
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The External Control Protocol for SymNet units can be found below. This document covers all third-party control for SymNet units including both RS-232 and UDP (IP). SymNet External Control Protocol
This question has a three part answer since the digital signal path through a SymNet system has three different major components. Converter delay: Approximately 850 microseconds for the AD, and 624 microseconds for the DA. One DSP core: Maximum delay…
There can be a maximum of 16 SymNet hardware units in a SymLink ring. This includes the 8x8 DSP, 8in DSP, 8out DSP, CobraLink, BreakIn12, Breakout12, and DigIO 12x12 DSP.
If the unit has RS-232 control, yes. HyperTerminal can be used to simulate an external controller. Default settings: Baud: 38400 Data bits: 8 Parity: None Stop bits: 1 Flow control: None
A Full Line SymNet Product Catalog complete with specifications can be found below. Additional installation information and/or specifications may be found in each product's Quick Start Guide (if applicable). SymNet Full Line Product Catalog (EN)
The input stage of an analog control input of a SymNet device will clamp on an input exceeding +5.5V. Anything above +5.5V will draw excessive current (the amount depending on the output resistance of the device supplying the current) and could possibly…