PC104P-16AICS32 - 32 Channels 16-Bit Transducer Input PC104+

Main features

  • 32 Differential or 64 Single-Ended 16-Bit Scanned Analog Voltage Input Channels
  • 32-Channel Precision Scanning Excitation Current Source; 0.4ma to 10ma Options
  • Input Ranges Selectable as ±10V, ±5V or ±2.5V
  • Excitation Applied to any Channel Combination Under a Control Mask
  • High Input Impedance for Channels Not Requiring Excitation
  • Scan Rate Internally Adjustable from 0.06 to 3000 32-Channel Scans per Second
  • External Hardware Sync Input/Output (Alternate Function for Channel 31)
  • Data Buffered through a 64K-sample FIFO
  • Continuous and Burst (One-Shot) Input Modes
  • Scan Sizes from Two to 32 Channels-per-Scan; or Single-Channel sampling of any Channel
  • On-Demand Internal Autocalibration
  • DMA Engine Supports Block Mode Transfers
  • Exist in PCIe, PCI, cPCI/PXI, PC104 and PMC
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The PC104P-16AICS32 board is a scanning 16-Bit analog digitizer that provides voltage measurement for up to 64 input channels, with precision current excitation available for 32 channels. A precision current source is switched synchronously with the input scanner to supply excitation for each channel as it is sampled. The excitation current can be programmed to occur in any combination of input channels, and those channels programmed not to receive the excitation can be used as basic analog voltage inputs. Input ranges are selectable as ±2.5V, ±5V or ±10V, and factory-configured excitation current is available from 0.4ma to 10ma. 16-bit sampled data is available to the PCI bus through a 64K-Sample FIFO buffer. All operational parameters are software configurable.

The analog inputs can be sampled in scans of 2, 4, 8, 16 or 32 differential channels, or 2, 4, 8, 16, 32 or 64 single-ended channels, or any individual channel can be selected for sampling. The scan rate can be controlled internally from 0.06 scans per second up to 50,000 scans per second for a 2-channel scan, or any single channel can be sampled at up to 100,000 samples per second. A Sync input/output signal can replace Channel 31 inputs to permit multiple boards to operate from a common scan-rate generator. An internal auto calibration utility uses hardware D/A converters to correct for offset and gain errors in the input signal path, and calibrates the inputs, but not the excitation source, to a precision internal calibration reference.

PC104P-16AICS3232 Channels 16-Bit Transducer Input PC104+