Universal PCI, 2 Channel Isolated Analog Output Board
The PISO-DA2U has 2 analog output channels with high-voltage isolation protection and provides universal PCI interface (3.3 V/5 V). The PISO-DA2U is fully compatible with the PISO-DA2, and users can replace the PISO-DA2 by the PISO-DA2U directly without software/driver modification.
The built-in high-quality isolation components on the PISO-DA2U make it featuring 3750 VDC bus-typed and channel-channel isolation, and offer durable abilities. For the PISO-DA2U, the voltage output ranges are +/-10 V, +/-5 V, 0~+10 V and 0~+5 V and the current output ranges are 0 ~ 20 mA and 4 ~ 20 mA. In addition, the PISO-DA2U also features the following advantages by ICP DAS's innovation:
1. Accurate and easy-to-use calibration:
ICP DAS provides the software calibration instead of the manual calibration so that no jumpers and trim-pots are required anymore. The calibration data can be saved in the EEPROM for long-term use.
2. Channel to channel configuration:
Each channel can be individually configured as voltage or current output with different output range.
3. Card ID:
ICP DAS provides the card ID function for PISO-DA2U. Users can set a card ID for each card so that when more than two boards are used in a computer at the same moment, users can still instantly recognize them one by one.
PISO-DA2U supports a wide range of operating systems like Linux, DOS, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows NT and Windows XP 32-Bit. Moreover, ICP DAS provides all the DLL and Active X for users, and sample programs covering from Turbo C++, Borland C++, Microsoft C++, Visual C++, Borland Delphi, Borland C++ Builder, Visual Basic, C#.NET, Visual Basic.NET and LabView are also provided for intuitive and fast learning!
- Supports both +5 V and +3.3 V PCI bus for PISO-DA2U
- Supports +5 V PCI bus for PISO-DA2
- Two independent 12-bit analog output channels
- 3750 VDC bus and channels isolation protection
- 3000 VDC power isolation protection
- Software calibration
- Unipolar or bipolar output available from each converter
- Two pacer timer interrupt source
- Double-buffered D/A latch
- The calibration data is fully stored in EEPROM