PCI DAQ with 16 isolated digital inputs (AC/DC 0~24 V) and 16 Open collector (Sink/NPN) outputs. Includes one CA-4037W cable (40-pin flat & D-sub 37-pin Female 24 cm) and two CA-4002 D-Sub connectors (37-pin Male D-sub connector with plastic cover)
The PCI-P16C16U card is the new generation product that ICP DAS provides to meet RoHS compliance requirement and is designed as completely compatible with the PCI-P16C16U. Users can replace the PCI-P16C16 by the PCI-P16C16U directly without software/driver modification.
The PCI-P16C16U universal PCI card supports 3.3 V/5 V PCI bus. These cards contain 16 optically isolated Digital Input channels and 16 open collector (Sink, NPN) Digital Output channels. The DI channels provide 5000 Vrms isolation protection that allows the input signals to be completely floated so as to prevent ground loops and isolate the host computer from damaging voltages. The open collector output (DO) channels are typically used for alarm and warning notification, control of signal output, control of external circuits that require a higher voltage level, and signal transmission applications, etc.
The PCI-P16C16U also adds a Card ID switch on-board. Users can set Card ID and then recognizes the board by the ID via software when using two or more cards in one computer.
The PCI-P16C16U supports various OS versions, such as Linux, DOS, 32/64-bit Windows 8/7/2008/2003/XP. DLL and Active X control together with various language sample programs based on Turbo C++, Borland C++, Microsoft C++, Visual C++, Borland Delphi, Borland C++ Builder, Visual Basic, C#.NET, Visual Basic.NET and LabVIEW are provided in order to help users quickly and easily develop their own applications.
- Support the +3.3 V/+5 V PCI bus.
- 16 open collector digital output channels (Sink, NPN).
- 16 optically isolated digital input channels.
- Selectable DC signal input filter.
- AC Signal input with filter.
- External power status LED indicator.
- Card ID function.
- Supports Plug & Play to obtain I/O resources.
- No more manually settings of I/O address and IRQ.