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SIB
100-TS Series
Arbitrary 4-Quadrant
Voltage and Current Amplifiers
500 W - 4.000 W
DC ... 200 kHz / 1 MHz
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Arbitrary 4-Quadrant
Voltage and Current Amplifiers
SIB 100-TS Serie
500 W - 4.000 W
DC - 200 kHz / 1 MHz
SIB 105-75E-TS
Special features
■ DC ... 200 kHz full range bandwidth
■ DC ... 1 MHz (small signal -3 dB)
■ Output voltage ±75 Vpk
Instrument Overview
Model
Voltage
Current
Output Power
Size
SIB 105-75E-TS
± 75 Vpk
11 Apk
500 W
3U
SIB 110-75E-TS
± 75 Vpk
28 Apk
1.000 W
4U
SIB 120-75E-TS
± 75 Vpk
56 Apk
2.000 W
12 U
■ Rising-/falling time 100 V/µs
SIB 130-75E-TS
± 75 Vpk
84 Apk
3.000 W
16 U
■ Arbitrary function with 1.000.000 memory
data points
SIB 140-75E-TS
± 75 Vpk
112 Apk
4.000 W
20 U
■ USB interface standard, LAN optional
■ Analogue input 0 ... ±10 V for voltage or current
control
■ Monitor outputs for measured values of voltage
and current
■ ArbNet-Software for graphical waveform generation
■ Data acquisition out of oscilloscope signals
■ Modularly expandable in master slave mode
General
Arbitrary functionality
The SIB 100-TS series are linear precision 4-quadrant
power amplifiers for fast voltage and current signals each positive and negative (bipolar).
They also work as sink in applications to absorb power.
SIBO´s arbitrary power amplifiers include a
huge memory of 1.000.000 data points to
store arbitrary waveforms in the instrument
itself. No arbitrary waveform generator or
any other controlling instrument is needed.
This makes these 4-quadrant amplifiers
unique in the world market.
The easy to use ArbNet software, that is
standard in scope of delivery, allows to
generate waveforms in a graphical user
interface or via tabular input.
Extremely high bandwidth at highest power requirements, necessary for fast signals, characterize this
series.
Short time current
In a period of time of 500 ms, the amplifier systems
supply a short time current. The 500 W instrument
with its 11 A, allows 27 A, the 1.000 W instrument
with its 28 A up to 55 A.
Short time current at SIB 110-75E-TS
Arated
55 A -
8A-
500 ms
2
t
Voltage- and current control
Protective functions
Amplifier control from PC
Both voltage and current control of the
mighty amplifiers is possible. This can be
selected on the front panel of the instrument.
Controll input is 0 ... ±10 V
for 0 ... ±Vrated respectively 0 ... ±IIrated.
Various protective functions avoid damage of the instrument and also guarantee protection for tested devices.
Output voltage and current can be limited and also over
temperature shutdown is included.
In standard, a USB interface is included to communicate and control the instruments by PC.
Optionally a LAN interface can be added.
The inside calculation of power dissipation and totally
monitoring of current ensure perfect short circuit and
over voltage protection.
Ouput ON/OFF
Also for security aspects an interlock shut down can be
triggered.
Selectable operating voltage
Monitor outputs
Three selectable operating voltage ranges
allow to adapt to applications for high
voltage / low current or low voltage / high
current.
Located on the back of the instruments there are monitor
outputs for voltage and current with its measured values.
Output values are 0 ... ±10 V
for 0 ... ±Vrated respectively 0 ... ±IIrated.
With its output on/off switch on the front of the instruments, the output can be activated or deactivated.
When deactivating, there is a completely galvanic
interruption to the tested devices.
Especially when controlling extremely low
impedance loads, the operating voltage
range can be reduced to one third of the
maximum output voltage. This leads to an
immense reduction of power dissipation.
Parallel-/serial operating
For obtaining higher current, up to four
equal models of SIB 105-75E-TS and
SIB 110-75E-TS can be interconnected.
Therefore junction box 1P2-X is necessary.
For serial operating to extend voltage, two
instruments can connected in bridge circuit
mode.
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ArbNet Software
Waveform generation and
4-quadrant amplifier control
Special features
Waveform generation
Digital interfaces USB / LAN
■ Easy to use graphical waveform editor and tabular
input possibility
The powerful and easy to use ArbNet software is unique
in worlds market. Without any knowledge in software
development, construction of ordinary and complex
waveforms is dead easy.
All functionalities of the 4-quadrant amplifiers are available in ArbNet software for
controlling the instruments.
■ Command library for integration into automated
test systems
- LabView(TM)
- Vector CANoe (CAPL)
- C#
- C++
- ANSI C
- Python
- etc.
■ Data acquisition out of oscilloscope signals and
import of ASCII files
■ Waveform trigger caused by external TTL signal
(rising edge) for synchronization
■ Macro function for execution of automated tests
A graphical waveform editor allows to generate individual
curves in a flash. Also a tabular input possibility produces
all kind of waveforms immediately.
The simplicity how fast to import data out of oscilloscopes is amazing. Read in ASCII data files is possible in
the same way.
Short time current on/off, output on/off,
operating voltage range and other functions
can be easily set with its USB interface or
its optional LAN interface.
Trigger function
A hardware trigger input can be activate
to monitor a TTL input signal on its rising
edge. Synchronous waveform simulation,
measurement and testing tasks are
predestined applicatons.
Macro function
With a comfortable macro editor and
its execution, selected waveforms run
sequentially. Bursts, repetitions and loops
make testing easy without any software
coding.
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ArbNet remote DLL
With the ArbNet remote DLL´s, available
for nearly all programming languages,
with its command library, users control
the 4-quadrant amplifiers in an absolute
perfection. There is no need of handling
hardware interfaces such as USB or LAN.
One command for each function handles
all interfaces. Data files are sent to the
instrument within milliseconds. No need
to concern about memory space and
resolution of the amplifiers. A simple “load”
command calculates the best resolution of the waveform
that is possible and sends data to the arbitrary unit.
In every DLL (LabViewTM, Vector CANoe, C#, C++,
ANSI C, Python, etc.), commands are identical. This
makes switching between programming languages
convenient. Commands for creating waveforms out of
user programming surroundings are included as well.
Variable waveforms for simulation of increasing ramps in
time, variation of frequency and many other applications
are typical test scenarios.
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Applications
LV124 / VW80000
LV148
ISO 7637
DIN 40839
ISO 16750
GS 95024
etc.
Vehicle and avionic applications
The SIBO arbitrary 4-quadrant amplifiers
are predestined to simulate vehicle and avionic standards such as LV 124 / VW 80000,
LV148, ISO 7637, DIN 40839, ISO 16750,
GS 95024 and many other related norms.
These waveforms and also a wide range
of company-specific car manufacturer
standards (BMW, Daimler, VW, ...) are
included in the standard package.
E-05 Load dump
E-02 Transient overload
Umax
Umax
U1
Umin
Umin
t1
t2
t1
t2
tr
t1
E-03 Transient undervoltage
ts
t
E-06 Sine interference
Umax
UBmax
UPP
LV124 / VW 80000
Umin
t1
One of the main standards in automotive
industries is LV124 / VW80000. With these
systems, this standard can be simulated
easily. The waveform library contains all
electronic tests out of this specification
(see on the right).
t Prüf
t
t1
E-07 Slow decrease and increase of supply
voltage
E-04 Jump start
Umax
UBmax
UBmin
Umin
t vor
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t Prüf
t
Funktionszustand A
Funktionszustand C
Funktionszustand A
t
E-08 Slow decrease, fast increase of supply
voltage
UBmax
E-11 Cranking pulse
E-13 Interruption of pin
U
Ein
UB
UBmin
UA
US
UT
0V
Aus
tr
t
t
E-09 Reset behaviour
E-11 Cranking pulse
U
UBmin
UB
Uth
0V
t
UA
US
UT
t
E-10 Short interruptions
E-12 Voltage behaviour with intelligent generator
regulation
t2
Ein
t1
t1
U2
Aus
t
U1
tr
t1
tr
t1
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Easy Programming
via
USB (Standard)
LAN (Option)
Special features
Example 1
■Ready to use for LabViewTM, Vector CANoe /
CAPL, C#, C++, ANSI C, Python, etc.
This programming example in Python opens an existing
data file, loads data into amplifiers memory, switches the
output on and runs the application in a loop of five times.
■Same commands for USB and LAN (software compatibility)
■Creating waveforms out of source code
■Predefined commands for sine waves, exponential functions, ramps, etc.
■Integration into HIL simulation systems
■Complete interface handling and configuration
■Starting and closing software out of Application
import ArbNetPY27
import time
#Create PYD object
arbnet = ArbNetPY27.CreateObject()
#Connect to the ArbNet server
serverIPAddress = „10.99.92.78“
serverPortNumber = 700
arbnet.Connect(serverIPAddress,serverPortNumber)
#Open an existing file
fileName = „F:\\Waveform1MV.and“
openfileRet = arbnet.OpenFile(fileName)
#Arbitrary System Function
sys=arbnet.GetArbitrarySystem()
#Configure the device settings
#Define source and amplifier
source = „NI DAQ USB-6259“
amplifier = „SIB 105-75E-TS“
#Set System
setSysRet = sys.Set(1,source,amplifier,0,0,0)
time.sleep(5)
#Load waveform into instruments memory
sys.Load()
#Enable output
sys.Execute()
#Start runnings of waveform with burst=5
sys.Start(5)
#Wait until waveform ends after 5 runnings
run = sys.IsRun()
while run == 1:
time.sleep(0.5)
run = sys.IsRun()
#Set output to standby
sys.Standby()
#Close file
openfileRet.Close()
#Disconnect from ArbNet server
arbnet.disconnect()
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Example 2
Creating waveforms out of customers programming source code is quite easy:
using
using
using
using
using
This code in C# generates the following waveform and
runs it 5 times.
System;
System.Collections.Generic;
System.Linq;
System.Text;
ArbNetzRemoteDotNet;
namespace TestCase2
{
class Program
{
static void Main(string[] args)
{
//assuming ArbNetz is started externally in server mode
RemoteArbNetzDotNet _dllTest = new RemoteArbNetzDotNet();
Resource _sysResource = null;
Resource _fileResNew = null;
string ipaddress = „10.99.92.78“;
int iport = 700;
int res = -1;
int layer = 1;
string source = „NI DAQ USB-6259“;
string amplifier = „SIB 105-75E-TS“;
string online = string.Empty;
string fileName = „F:\\Waveform2MV.and“;
int fileType = 0x10;
int run = 0;
}
}
}
res = _dllTest.Connect(ipaddress, iport);
Console.WriteLine(„1 - Connected to ArbNet...“);
res = _dllTest.NewFile(ref _fileResNew, fileType, fileName);
if(res == 0)
Console.WriteLine(„2 - New File created...“);
res = _dllTest.AddDataFile(_fileResNew,1,0.0,0.0,5.0);
if(res == 0)
Console.WriteLine(„ - 1 New value in waveform added...“);
res = _dllTest.AddDataFile(_fileResNew,1,0.1,12.0,5.0);
if(res == 0)
Console.WriteLine(„ - 2 New value in waveform added...“);
res = _dllTest.AddDataFile(_fileResNew,1,0.5,12.0,5.0,1,50.0,10.0,2.0,0.0,0.0,0);
if(res == 0)
Console.WriteLine(„ - 3 Sine interference on waveform added...“);
res = _dllTest.AddDataFile(_fileResNew,1,1.0,0.0,5.0);
if(res == 0)
Console.WriteLine(„ - 4 New value in waveform added...“);
res = _dllTest.GetArbitrarySystem(out _sysResource);
if (res == 0)
{
Console.WriteLine(„3 - GetArbitrarySystem...“);
res = _dllTest.SetSystem(_sysResource,ref online,layer,source,amplifier,0,0,0);
if (res == 0)
{
res = _dllTest.LoadSystem(_sysResource);
if (res == 0)
Console.WriteLine(„5 - Write Waveform into instruments memory...“);
res = _dllTest.ExecuteSystem(_sysResource);
if (res == 0)
Console.WriteLine(„6 - Switch instruments output on...“);
res = _dllTest.StartSystem(_sysResource, 5);
if (res == 0)
Console.WriteLine(„7 - Run waveform 5 times...“);
res = _dllTest.IsRunSystem(_sysResource, out run);
if (res == 0)
Console.WriteLine(„8 - IsRunSystem...“);
while (run == 1)
{
System.Threading.Thread.Sleep(1000);//1 sec
res = _dllTest.IsRunSystem(_sysResource, out run);
}
res = _dllTest.StandbySystem(_sysResource);
if (res == 0)
Console.WriteLine(„9 - StandbySystem...“);
}
}
res = _dllTest.SaveFile(_fileResNew,fileName);
res = _dllTest.CloseFile(_fileResNew);
res = _dllTest.Disconnect();
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Technical Data
Order Information
Technical data
SIB
105-75E TS
110-75E TS
120-75E TS
130-75E TS
140-75E TS
Voltage range
± 75 Vpk
± 75 Vpk
± 75 Vpk
± 75 Vpk
± 75 Vpk
Current range
11 Apk
28 Apk
56 Apk
84 Apk
112 Apk
27 A
55 A
110 A
165 A
220 A
Source power
500 W
1.000 W
2.000 W
3.000 W
4.000 W
Sink power*
150 W
340 W
680 W
1.020 W
1.360 W
Current peak (500ms)
Slew rate
100 V/µs
V mode
Frequency
full range
small signal (-3dB)
CC mode
Frequency
full range
small signal
(-3dB)
DC - 200 kHz
DC - 1 MHz
DC - 200 kHz
DC - 1 MHz
Input impedance
unbalanced
balanced
100 kΩ
200 kΩ
100 kΩ
200 kΩ
100 kΩ
200 kΩ
100 kΩ
200 kΩ
100 kΩ
200 kΩ
Instrument size
19“, 3 U
19“, 4 U
19“, 12 U
19“, 16 U
19“, 20 U
Delivery
Instrument
Instrument
19“ rack
19“ rack
19“ rack
Rack size
3U
4U
15 U
18 U
24 U
15 kg
30 kg
80 kg
105 kg
140 kg
100 V
120 V
230 V
240 V
47 ... 63 Hz
100 V
120 V
230 V
240 V
47 ... 63 Hz
Weight
Operating Temperature
AC Power (selectable)
*More sink power on demand
10
10 °C to 55 °C
100 V
120 V
230 V
240 V
47 ... 63 Hz
100 V
120 V
230 V
240 V
47 ... 63 Hz
100 V
120 V
230 V
240 V
47 ... 63 Hz
Options
Order Information
SIB 105-75E TS
±75 V / 11 A / 500 W
SIB 115-75E TS
±75 V / 28 A / 1.000 W
SIB 125-75E TS
±75 V / 56 A / 2.000 W
SIB 135-75E TS
±75 V / 84 A / 3.000 W
SIB 145-75E TS
±75 V / 112 A / 4.000 W
Scope of supply
SIB 1P2-2
2 instruments parallel junction box (only for 500 W / 1.000 W)
SIB 1P2-3
3 instruments parallel junction box (only for 500 W / 1.000 W)
SIB 1P2-4
4 instruments parallel junction box (only for 500 W / 1.000 W)
1 Amplifier
1 Power cord
1 User manual
1 ArbNet software
1 ArbNet remote DLL´s
1 Current waveform library
1 19” rack (systems greater than 1.000 W)
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02/2015 · Subject to change
SIBO Electronic
Vertriebs GmbH
Mühlstetten 3
D-72351 Geislingen
Germany
Phone +49 (0) 74 28 / 94 01-0
Fax +49 (0) 74 28 / 94 01-20
[email protected]
Internet www.SIBO-Electronic.de
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