Press Release Summary:
PCIDAQ 3220 data-acquisition board provides 32 single-ended or 16 differential analog input channels, resolution better than 1 part in 65,000, and data rates up to 110,000 samples per sec. It has 32 digital I/0 lines that are protected by 5,000 Vrms of isolation and noise-rejection ratio of 115 dB. Inputs accept voltages up to 24 Vdc, and output lines can sink up to 500 mA per channel. Board has cold-junction compensation for T/C applications.
Original Press Release:
32 Channels of 16-bit Data At Speeds to 110 kHz
Heavy-duty PCIDAQ(tm) data-acquisition boards from CyberResearch, Inc., offer a single-board solution to engineers and scientists who need large volumes of accurate data. These boards feature 32 single-ended or 16 differential analog input channels with resolutions better than 1 part in 65,000, gathering data at rates up to 110,000 samples per second.
Not only do the CyberResearch(tm) PCIDAQ 3220 series of boards scoop up kilobytes of high-accuracy data in less than a second, they also provide 32 isolated digital I/0 lines. These 16 input and 16 output lines are protected by 5,000 Vrms of isolation and a noise- rejection ratio of 115 dB. The isolated input lines accept voltages up to 24 Vdc, and the output lines can sink up to 500 mA per channel - far more than most analog-input or digital I/O boards.
To match the widest possible range of input voltages, PCIDAQ boards offer bipolar analog input ranges from Â±0.01 to Â±10 V, with protection against continuous overvoltages up to Â±35 V. Analog inputs are triggered by either software or a timer/pacer. A 1,024-sample FIFO buffer protects the integrity of engineering data.
PCIDAQ boards also include cold-junction compensation for thermocouple applications.
PCIDAQ boards are accompanied (at no additional cost) by a comprehensive set of drivers and programming tools. The software supports multiple platforms and includes a C/C++ programming library with more than 30 functions, a dynamic linking library for Windows(r) 95/98, and advanced support for Windows NT/2000. The free software includes programs for system configuration, calibration, functional testing, and control of interrupt routines.
In addition to PCIDAQ boards, CyberResearch offers more than 150 other analog input boards, plus digital I/O, analog output, and motion-control boards. These products are supported by a complete line of engineering portable PCs, panel PCs, PC systems, backplanes, motherboards, CPU cards, displays, monitors, and accessories. In all, CyberResearch offers more than 3,000 hard-to-find PC engineering products.