The Yocto-PWM-Rx is a 2 channels PWM input. Each channel can report frequency, duty cycle, and pulse length. It works from 0.05Hz to 250Khz and accepts any -30..+30V signal as long as it crosses the 0.7V threshold.

Each channel also features a pulse counter linked to a time counter. This allows to integrate over time the output of sensors such as flow-meters. The pulse counter works from 0 to 250kHz.

The two PWM inputs are galvanically insulated from the USB bus. This will allow you to connect the Yocto-PWM-Rx to main-powered equipments without risking to fry your computer.

This device can be connected directly to an Ethernet network using a YoctoHub-Ethernet, to a WiFi network using a YoctoHub-Wireless-g, it can even be connected to a GSM network thanks to the YoctoHub-GSM.

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Manufacturer Product NumberYPWMRX01
Product name:Yocto-PWM-Rx
USB connectormicro-B
Frequency0.05 ... 250'000Hz
Refresh rate50Hz
Input impedance110KΩ
Max working voltage-30 ... +30V
Threshold voltage0.7V
USB bus insulation1kV
Normal operating temperature5...40░C
Extended operating temperature-30...85░C
Supported Operating SystemsWindows, Linux (Intel + ARM), Mac OS X, Android
Driversno driver needed
API / SDK / Libraries (USB+TCP)C++, Objective-C, C#, VB .NET, Delphi, Python, Java/Android
API / SDK / Libraries (TCP only)Javascript, Node.js, PHP, Java
Suggested enclosureYoctoBox-Long-Thick-Black
Made inSwitzerland

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Add a comment 5 comments

1 - cjw Sunday,march 12,2017 9H39

I'd like to change the frequency Hz value to CPS (Counts per Second). I'd also like change the reported edge count to a singular event per pulse (1/2 value). How do I do this ?

Is there a way of simple doing this without digging to far into the APIs?

2 - martinm (Yocto-Team)Monday,march 13,2017 6H42

@cjw: The unit is hard-coded into the device and cannot be modified. The events count is done in hardware, and this hardware cannot tell the difference between up and down transitions, that's why the device reports edges count, not pulses count.

3 - cjw Monday,october 09,2017 19H35

I previewed the new firmware that you released last week Oct.4/5 and it works well overall.
Excellent functionality when measuring above ambient background. My radium check source that was measured with a Ludlum 2221 scaler/ratemeter with a LND7317 shows 12,600 - 14,000CPM. averaging this out over a 10 minute time window I get the same ~12,940CPM - 13,000CPM that the Ludlum scaler shows. LND7313 CPM- uSv/hr is 3450:10.

The only thing that I see that could be fixed is that the firmware now ignores low counts and generally starts counting around 0.5 - 1CPS...not the 0.05CPS (3CPM) which was what the Hz measurement setting was able to see.. I am guessing that there must be a sampling rate adjustment that I need to play with. I should be able to adjust the sampling time to 1000ms for each sample on CPS.. CPM also shows the same blindness to lower counts.

4 - cjw Saturday,november 11,2017 7H18

Just got the micro connectors to add an extra connection to the board and was adjusting the API in the window while on a PC. I changed the setting to display the pulse length and the PMW-Rx disconnected and refused to reconnect. It will not show up anymore as a device in the newest edition of Virtual-Hub. What I do I get is the Virtual hub settings API. I tried searching for the device in the search bar underneath in the Virtual hub and a message stating that it is in a reflash state, I attempted reflashing the board but I get an error doing so and a message stating that the reflash failed.

I was just about to integrate this into my Bicron surveyor MS.
So much for that idea.

Confused as to why the newest Virtual-hub release would seemingly brick the board like this.

5 - martinm (Yocto-Team)Wednesday,december 20,2017 7H21

Just plug the device while keeping the button pressed, and you should be able to flash it again.

Yoctopuce, get your stuff connected.