PC104P-16AIO-41 - 16-bit Analog Input/Output PC104+ Board

Main features

  • 32 Single-Ended or 16 Differential 16-Bit Scanned Analog Input Channels
  • 4 Analog Output Channels, 16-Bit D/A Converter per Channel
  • ±15mA Peak Output Load Capacity Available
  • 16-Bit Bi-directional Digital Port with Two Auxiliary I/O Lines
  • Software-Selectable Analog Input/Output Ranges of ±10V, ±5V or ±2.5V
  • Available also with 16 High-Level analog input channels, for monitoring high-level digital inputs. ±60V, ±30V, or ±15V
  • Configurable as 16 single-ended channels or 8 differential channels.
  • Independent 32K-Sample Analog Input and Output FIFO Buffers
  • 300K Samples per Second Aggregate Analog Input Sample Rate
  • Multiple-Channel and Single-Channel Input Scanning Modes
  • Low Crosstalk, Noise and Input Bias Current; Buffer Amplifiers on all Analog Input Lines
  • 300K Samples per Second per Channel Analog Output Clocking Rate (1200 KSPS Aggregate Rate)
  • Supports Waveform and Arbitrary Function Generation; Continuous and One-shot Modes
  • Exist in PCIe, PCI, cPCI/PXI, PC104 and PMC
Price request Datasheet

The PC104P-16AIO-41 board provides cost effective high-speed 16-bit analog input/output resources on a standard single-width PC104+ module. Four analog output channels can be updated either synchronously or asynchronously, and support waveform generation. Internal autocalibration networks permit calibration to be performed without removing the board from the system. Software-controlled test configurations include a loop back mode for monitoring all analog output channels. Gain and offset correction of the analog input and output channels is performed by calibration DAC’s that are loaded with channel correction values during autocalibration. A digital I/O port provides 16 bidirectional data lines and two auxiliary I/O lines.

The analog inputs are software-configurable either as 32 single-ended channels or as 16 differential signal pairs. Buffer amplifiers on all input lines eliminate multiplexer input switching noise, and minimize crosstalk and input bias currents. Analog input data accumulates in a 32K-sample buffer until retrieved by the PC104+ bus. Each of the four analog output channels contains a dedicated 16-bit D/A converter and an output range control network. The board receives analog output data from the PC104+ bus through a 32K-sample FIFO buffer.

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