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Interface Card connects computer to 2 networks.

SST-DNP-104-2 connects PC/104 computer to 2 DeviceNet networks. It includes DeviceNet Network Analyzer and Monitor diagnostic software tools, DeviceNet Node Commissioning tool, and OPC server. Card allows simultaneous execution of Group 2 Client and Server operation. All DeviceNet standard baud rates are supported including 125, 250, and 500 Kbaud. DeviceNet compliance is ensured at card level...

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Serial PCMCIA Cards bring communications to small devices.
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Serial PCMCIA Cards bring communications to small devices.

Communications cards are suitable for portable peripherals such as GPS receivers, bar code scanners, printers, digital cameras, and fax/modems. Cards include 1 and 2 port asynchronous RS232 and RS422/485 versions with 16750 UARTs. They operate in full-duplex, manual half-duplex, and auto-toggle half-duplex modes. UARTs contain 64-byte FIFOs which, with clock-multiplying, make cards capable of...

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1553 Interface Cards fit PC/104 format.
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1553 Interface Cards fit PC/104 format.

BU-65567/68 data bus interface cards for MIL-STD-1553 are suitable for military avionics and ground-vehicle applications. Both cards are supported by free software, including C library and drivers for DOS and VxWorks, which eliminate need for most low-level programming. BU-65568 has 4 dual-redundant bus controller/remote terminal/monitor (BC/RT/MT) channels. Both are 16-bit convection-cooled...

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I/O Cards provide zone control.

1799-ZCIOV (sinking output) and 1799-ZCIOB (sourcing output) modules include Zone Interlocking Protocol, a parameter-based technology that allows 1 card to consume data directly from up to 4 other ZCIO cards, providing response time of 2 msec. ZCIO cards are designed for applications where machine provides enclosure for I/O or where I/O board fits into field replaceable unit. DeviceNet(TM) is...

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Interface Cards provide front, side, and rear access.
Electronic Adapters

Interface Cards provide front, side, and rear access.

PM Series interface cards add PCMCIA ports to any PC that has PCI or ISA slots available. They permit prototype data-acquisition and motion-control systems on users' desktops. Front/side access, hot swap cards include PM 235P and PM 235A units, which offer Type II and Type III PCMCIA ports, and communicate via PCI and ISA slots, respectively. Another unit combines 1 Type III PCMCIA port with one...

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Motion Feedback Card works with VME and cPCI hosts.
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Motion Feedback Card works with VME and cPCI hosts.

Model SB-36410IX 8-channel synchro/resolver-to-digital COTS PMC card can be parallel-mounted onto host VME or compact PCI carrier. Built around company's 16-bit, monolithic RD-19230 converter, it offers programmable resolution and bandwidth. Each channel is accurate up to 1.3 arc minutes with resolutions from 10 to 16 bits. Features include internal reference synthesizer, built-in test and...

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PCI Mezzanine Card relieves bandwidth bottlenecks.

Single-wide PMC-Gigabit-ST2, with Intel 82544 PCI controller, has single Gigabit Ethernet interface controller port and allows CompactPCI systems to use PMC form factor for I/O expansion. Ethernet network interface complies with IEEE 802.3 specification for l0BaseT, l00BaseTX and 1000BaseT over category 5 twister-pair cable. Integrated MAC/PHY interface supports several features, including...

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Single Board Computers (SBC)

Controller Board suits PC/104-based microcomputer systems.

PCMCIA Dual Interface board adds PC card I/O functionality to PC/104 system. Featuring Intel(R) PD6722 chip, module is fully PC/104 form-factor compliant, and available with either 2 front-, right- or left-loading PCMCIA disk drives. It supports all Type I, II, and III PCMCIA memory; I/O; and ATA hard disk cards, which can support transfer of data and sharing of peripheral devices between...

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PCMCIA Cards replace missing ports.
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PCMCIA Cards replace missing ports.

Designed to replace omitted communications ports, 1 and 2 port CYB Series PCMCIA cards provide RS-232 and RS-422/485 COM: ports capable of linking computers to computer-controlled equipment. They are suitable for office, shop, lap-top, and field PCs.

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