21 Dec 2012

ADLINK’s adds USB models to DAQ module family

ADLINK Technology has unveiled its USB-7230 and USB-7250 isolated USB digital I/O modules, as part of the DAQ/DIO product line.

Suitable for I/O expansion or portable applications, both models present an alternative evolution base to ADLINK’s PCI/LPCIe-7230/7250.

With the enhanced integration of a high-speed frequency/event counter, digital filter and change of state (COS) detection in a single USB module, flexible and reliable high voltage control and monitoring applications are fully supported with unbeatable protection.

The USB-7230 provides 32-CH isolated digital I/O and 2-CH frequency/event counters, and the USB-7250 8-CH solid-state relay output (4 form C and 4 form A), 8-CH isolated DI, and 2-CH frequency/event counters.

Featuring high voltage on/off control and monitoring, and isolation voltage support up to 2500 VRMS, integrated frequency/event counting and change of state (COS) detection by the built-in complex programmable logic device (CPLD) occupy no CPU resources while avoiding data loss from changes in signal status.

As well, a programmable digital filter removes unexpected glitches from input channels to monitor I/O status more efficiently.

All ADLINK's USB DAQ modules feature USB power, removable screw-down terminals for simplified connection, and a multi-functional stand for fast and easy desktop, rail, or wall mounting.

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