What’s the difference between a standard pulse output and a KYZ pulse?
Imagine a standard pulse as a light switch. On/Off. The light switch is turned On [pulse]. The light switch is turned Off [no pulse]. A pulse collector connects to these standard pulse outputs with only one port.
A KYZ pulse is like a see-saw. On/Off | Off/On. The left side hits the ground and becomes On [pulse]. It then comes Off the ground [no pulse] while the right side hits the ground and becomes On [pulse]. With a KYZ pulse, a pulse collector needs to either:
- have two ports to connect both pulse outputs
- connect one port to one pulse output of the KYZ generator and have that reading doubled, or multiplied by 2.