Data Acquisition Boards are based on 32-bit PCI architecture.

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Series RCP 1014 PCI A/D Boards offer choice of 16 single-ended or 8 differential channels, 14-bit resolution with ±1 LSB accuracy, 24 digital I/O channels, and sample FIFO memory with room for 2,048 samples. They include 3 or 6 counter/timers and up to four 14-bit D/A channels. Included DataWin for Windows® software operates in scope mode or chart-recorder mode and can be used as waveform generation tool or power-supply controller.



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Data Acquisition for Thrifty Engineers


The new RCP 1014 series of PCI A/D boards from CyberResearch®
includes everything you need for most applications at break-
through prices. The boards offer 16 single-ended or 8 differential channels, 14-bit resolution with ±1 LSB accuracy, 24 DIO channels, and a sample FIFO memory with room for 2,048 samples.

Multifunction RCP 1014 boards from CyberResearch, Inc. are based on 32-bit PCI architecture, featuring 3 or 6 counter/timers, 24 digital IO channels, and up to four 14-bit D/A channels. Other data acquisition boards with similar features typically cost two or three times as much. RCP 1014 boards are ideal for analog input streaming, voltage measurements, voltage reference outputs,
analog and digital data logging, and digital I/O control of relays.

Included with every RCP 1014 series board is the powerful data-acquisition software package, DataWin for Windows®, plus the enhanced EDRE software applications builder. DataWin operates in either scope mode or chart-recorder mode. It can also be used as a waveform generation tool or a power-supply controller. EDRE makes it possible to develop an application in one 32-bit Windows OS and then export it to another without recompiling.

In addition to RCP 1014 A/D boards - now shipping from stock -
CyberResearch, Inc., also offers industrial PCs and PC accessories, as well as monitors, CPU cards, and motion-control systems. For more product information, call Joe Tetreault at 800-341-2525, or visit www.cyberresearch.com.

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