1.When using the ZX-TDA11/41 with the SmartMonitor, either the ZX-SFW11EV3 or the ZX-SW11EV3 SmartMonitor must be used. Earlier versions cannot be used.
2.The ZX-SFW11EV3 SmartMonitor can be used only to set functions and monitor waveforms.
3.The response speed of the linear output is calculated as the measurement period x (average count setting + 1). The response speed of the judgement outputs is calculated as the measurement period x (average count setting + 1).
4.The output can be switched between a current output and voltage output using a switch on the bottom of the amplifier unit.
5.Setting is possible via the monitor focus function.
6.A calculating unit (ZX-CAL2) is required.
7.The resolution is given as the minimum value that can be read when a ZX-TDA_1 amplifier unit is connected. This value is taken 15 minutes after turning ON the power with the average number of operations set to 256.
8.The linearity is given as the error in an ideal straight line displacement output.
9.These figures are representative values that apply for the measurement mid-point, and are for when the provided actuator is used, with the actuator moving downwards. If the actuator moves horizontally or upwards, the operating force will be reduced. Also, if an actuator other than the standard one is used, the operating force will vary with the weight of the actuator itself.
10.These figures are representative values that apply for the mid-point of the measurement range.
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