PLR255 - Pulse Repeater

Product Diagram


Version 3 of the PLR255 has a trim pot to adjust the output level instead of a test socket. APCS recommends using the PLS257 instead of the PLR255. The PLS257 has different connections to the PLR255 but features two outputs and four way isolation.

For new orders please refer to alternates below.

The PLR255 rescales or repeats pulse signals, and features:

  • Input includes external pulse and any type of speed sensor.
  • Sensor excitation.
  • Input up to 10kHz.
  • Voltage/PNP/NPN outputs.
  • 2000Vrms isolation.
  • Front adjustments for pulse width and trigger level.
  • Power supply up to 63Vdc.
  • Frequency division option.

Common applications include:

  • Pulse conditioning for use with PLCs.
  • Pulse stretching.
  • Pulse conversion.



Most drawings are supplied in PDF format. Portable Document Format is used to present documents in a manner independent of application software, hardware, and operating systems.


Lead Time for a Phase-out Product


Phase-out products are in the process of being discontinued but are still available. Phase-out products will remain available for a limited period and usually have higher price and lead time. Delivery is typically 20 days.

Alternate Products


Order Processing


APCS makes and customises products according to a customers order. Upon receipt of the customers order the following information is required before manufacture, allocation or deliver until full details are given, these include;

  1. Identity of purchaser. Company name, ABN (Australian companies), street address and accounts email address.
  2. Required delivery address.
  3. Full part number and calibration detail required to manufacture items.
  4. Total on purchase order to include delivery charges. Orders received with missing information will be entered and marked to indicate missing details and returned to the customer for correction or approval.

Compliance with the above ensures that your items are manufactured and delivered according to the required specifications.

Standard delivery times commence after the order has been approved for processing.