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- Diagnostic/test software with separate output/input test
- Clear all/set all function and counter function on inputs 1 and 2 with adjustable debounce (maximum 20kHz depending on total I/O load)
The USB Experiment Interface Board has 5 digital input channels and 8 digital output channels. In addition, there are 2 analogue inputs and 2 analogue outputs with 8 bit resolution. The number of inputs/outputs can be further expanded by connecting up to a maximum of four additional cards to the PCs USB connectors. All communication routines are contained in a Dynamic Link Library (DLL). It is possible to write custom Windows (XP, Vista, Windows7) applications in Delphi, Visual Basic, C++ Builder or any other 32-bit Windows application development tool that supports calls to a DLL. Source code examples for Visual Basic, Visual C++, Visual C#, Excel, Delphi and Borland C++ builder are available.
The hardware and software are downwards compatible with previous versions.
Two analogue inputs with attenuation and amplification options (internal test +5V provided)
Eight digital open collector output switches (maximum 50V/100mA) (on board LED indication)
Two analogue outputs: 0 to 5V, output resistance 1K5
PWM 0 to 100% open collector outputs maximum 100mA/40V (on board LED indication)
Up to four cards can be connected to PC
General conversion time: two milliseconds per command
Uses Microsoft Human Interface Device (HID) driver, no external driver required
Diagnostic software, examples, and DLL are downloadable via website
Power supply through USB: approximately 70mA
Dimensions: 145 x 89 x 20mm / 5.7 x 3.5 x 0.8
Minimum system requirements: one GHz or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor, USB 1.1 or higher connection
Five digital inputs (0= ground, 1= open) (on board test buttons provided)
Analogue output set sliders
Analogue input bar-graph indication.