5.0 NEXSYS® Thru-hole Devices

The following NEXSYS components are available as a stand-alone Thru-hole device. See NEXSYS® Components for a complete description of the functionality of each component. NEXSYS Components are categorized according to application function, and summarized in the table below.

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Function Description Series
Data Conversion
ARINC 429 Signal Converters Autonomous ARINC 429 receivers with the protocol logic necessary to capture and convert a specified data-word to discrete output(s), controlled by the decode of a single label and bit, multiple-bits, or multi-bit Binary Decode (BD), see 2.1.1
Signal Switching/Control
Defined Logic Digital electronic device that performs Boolean logic gate operations AND, OR, NOT, NAND, NOR, XOR, XNOR, as well as BUFFER, see 2.2.1
Solid State Relay Normally Open (NO) and Normally Closed (NC) solid-state relays available individually (SSR) or in a combination of four (SSRCH). The bidirectional inputs are polarity insensitive, and the device performs buffered switching with optical isolation between inputs and outputs, see 2.2.2
State Control
Electronic Latch Electronic latching with multiple trigger modes to activate orthogonal switching (flip-flop) between two known states and a 1Hz blink output, see 2.3.1
Electronic Rotary Electronic rotary control that performs incremental switching through a loop of up to four latched output states, controlled by input level transitions, see 2.3.2
Timing
Pulse/Timer Dual-channel edge detector and pulse generator with independent channels to perform stable retriggerable/resettable one-shot operation for fixed timing applications. Pulse-width output timing options range from 125 ms to 20 sec, see 2.4.1
Time Delay
Time-delay output, controlled by input triggers or power-up. Output timing options range from 125 ms to 4 hrs, see 2.4.2
Square Wave Oscillator
Oscillating output controlled by input triggers or power-up. Frequency (cycles/sec) and Period (sec/cycle) options range from 0.25 Hz (4 sec) to 500 Hz (0.002 sec), see 2.4.3
Sensing
Voltage Sensor Direct Current (DC) voltage sensor performs undervoltage and overvoltage detection to trigger the output. Sensed-voltage (VSD1) setpoint options range from +1 to 48 VDC, and sensed-low voltage (VSD2) setpoint options range from 50 mVDC to 1000 mVDC (+1 VDC), see 2.5.1
Current Sensor (DC)
Direct Current (DC), low-side current sensor that performs undercurrent and overcurrent detection to trigger the output. Sensed-current setpoint options range from 10 mA to 1000 mA (1.0 Amp), see 2.5.2
Passive
Diode Pack Package of two diodes specified as either commercial (1N6484) or military (JANTX1N5621) grade, see 2.6.1