USB module with 8 isolated high-voltage digital inputs that can monitor up to 30 V AC or DC inputs, 8 c-type relay outputs with 6A output at 240Vac or 28 Vdc, Two screw terminal banks, mounting on a DIN rail or on a bench
It has 8 isolated AC or DC inputs and 8 electromechanical relays in a USB compatible digital I / O system. The inputs monitor 24 V AC or DC, while the output relays provide 6 Amp outputs (Form C, SPDT) at 120 VAC or 28 VDC.
Its steel chassis can be placed on any bench or it can be easily mounted in any of the DIN rail configurations. The required external power supply (CB-PWR-9) is included with the unit. The device is USB interface, it is plug-and-play and easy to use.
The card is accompanied by basic examples in C, C #, VB, LabVIEW and Delphi that will help you to be working with the team very quickly.
- The same performance as the PCI format PCI-PDIS08 card but much easier to install and use, as well as to move it to another computer.
- Integrated signal conditioning. Screw terminals
- 8 isolated digital inputs (24 VAC or VDC)
- 8 electromechanical relays of the C format (SPDT)
- The relays support 6 Amp (@ 240VAC / 28VDC r)
- Does not require additional accessories
- Ready for mounting on DIN rail or Panel
- Built-in exclusive USB port simplifies extension
- DAQami: Complementary software to acquire data and generate signals
- TracerDAQ: for data acquisition and display and signal generation, Note: for this card USB-PDISO8 only works with the digital inputs
- InstaCal: Software Utility for installation, configuration and testing
- UL Universal Library: Includes support for Visual Studio®? and Visual Studio®?.NET, includes examples for Visual C++®?, Visual C#®?, and Visual Basic®?.NET
- ULx for NI LabVIEW: Library of VIs and example programs to speed up your development in NI LabVIEW
- Linux: Support for MCC DAQ Products Download
- Python: Support for MCC DAQ products Download
- DASYLab: Allows you to interactively develop PC-based data acquisition applications simply by connecting functional icons
- TracerDAQ Pro: - Ready-to-use virtual instrument suite with bandgraph, oscilloscope, function generator and frequency generator - professional version, Note: for this card USB-PDISO8 only works with the digital inputs
- MATLAB: Software environment for data acquisition, data analysis, and application development
Daisy chaining additional devices to the USB-PDISO8
Daisy-chained USB-PDISO8 devices connect to the USB bus through the high-speed hub on the USB-PDISO8. You can daisy chain up to four MCC USB devices that support daisy-chain configurations to a single USB 2.0 port or USB 1.1 port on your computer.
Perform the following procedure to daisy chain multiple devices together. A user-supplied custom cable is required to daisy chain multiple devices
- The device connected to the computer is referred to as the host device.
- Each additional device that you want to daisy chain to the host USB-PDISO8 is referred to as a slave device.
This procedure assumes you already have a host device connected to a computer and to an external power source.
- Connect the POWER OUT connector on the host device to the POWER IN connector on the slave device. This step is required only if you plan to daisy chain power to another device.
- Connect the USB OUT connector on the host device to the USB IN connector on the slave device.
- To add another device, repeat steps 1-2 by connecting the slave device to another slave device.
Note that the last device in the chain is supplied with external power.
When daisy chaining additional MCC USB products to the USB-PDISO8, make sure that you provide adequate power to each device that you connect. The USB-PDISO8 is powered with a 9 VDC nominal, 1.67 A external power supply.
When connecting multiple devices, power supplies with higher current capability, such as the CB PWR-9V3A, are available from MCC.