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The converter has four phases of the A/D cycle.
Signal integration is only one part of the the cycle.
Signal integration is the portion of the cycle where the A/D "looks" at the input signal and integrates it.
Then there are three other phases.
If Auto Zero is disabled then the A/D cycle is
In this case the timing would be more true to the PLC timing/setting, not exact but closer.
This is because the zero integrate and reference integrate would not be performed with the A/D cycle.
Take a look at the Operating Characteristics in the Model 2182A specifications.
Look at notes 13, 14, 18, 19 and 20.
These tell you the configuration to get certain speeds.
Here is the link to specs.
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