Impulse counter

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FMB devices have pulse counter capability out of the box from firmware 03.25.05.Rev.00 and later.

Use case:

Pulse counter functionality enables the FMB devices to count digital impulses going to DIN1/DIN2. This means that 2 digital inputs of the FMB devices can now be used for precise fuel flow meter data reading. Impulse based fuel usage monitoring is much more accurate than a different type of fuel metering sensors and it makes the FMB devices a perfect solution for high fuel usage machines like cranes, construction vehicles, mining machines, agriculture equipment.

How does it work?

When pulse counter I/O is enabled, then Pulse Counter DIN1/DIN2 will count every DIN1/DIN2 state change to HIGH and send the counted number with the next record. Pulse counter value is reset after sending the record.

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Maximum supported frequency is 50Hz.

Maximum value 2147483647.

High level:

Input Voltage threshold (DIN1) 7.5V

Input Voltage threshold (DIN2) 2.5V