Synchro-Burst Series: Synchro and Resolver to Incremental with Seamless Absolute Burst PC104 Size


  • Dual Channel Resolver, Synchro or LVDT Inputs
  • Adds Real-Time "Seamless" Absolute & Incremental Feedback to Incremental Based Motion Controls
  • No Need to Physically Move to Zero Index Control
  • True Absolute Positioning with no Lost Counts, even if Coasting or Moving During Power Cycling, or Data Load
  • Industry STandard RS422 Differential Line Driver Outputs
  • Compatible with Virtually any Encoder Input Device
  • Built-In-Test with Loss of Signal Loss of Reference Report
  • Small Industry Standard PC104 Size Form Factor
  • Use as Stand-Alone or Stack-Through PC104
  • Non-Obtrusive Transformer ISolated Input Options
  • Available for Synchro's, Resolver's, ad LVDT's
  • 14 Bit Precision, =16,384 Parts/Turn =.22degrees
  • Accuracy to 4arc minutes = .0667degrees
  • Accurate Absolute Position Recovery on Command
  • Absolute Position to Commutate Brushless Motors
  • Burst/Strobe via 1; +5V./TTL Discrete Input/Chan.
  • Ready Report with Fault Status via 1 TTL Output/Chan.


Computer Conversions Corporation's Synchro-Burst is a complete 2 channel Synchro to encoder interface designed to easily integrate inherently absolute rotary synchro, resolver or linear LVDT position sensors into motion controls and counters that are normally only designed to facilitate incremental encoder feedback.

The incremental encoder output data provides a true real-time response and a burst command input is provided to automatically preset the encoder counting device with the Absolute position following power turn-on. If the Burst-Absolute function is used: a ready output is provided to inform the recieving device that the absolute data has been preset, and that the outputs are running with true absolute position feedback, in real-time.

Simply wire to the synchro or resolver inputs, wire the incremental encoder outputs and apply power. To run with absolute position data, achieving true absolute positioning; apply one discrete output (5V. TTL) to activate the burst input command (post power), look for a zero ready input, and run.

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