Vista unveils mil-temp digital I/O VME board

Electronic designers at Vista Controls Corp. of Santa Clarita, Calif., are introducing a high-density digital VME I/O board called the DIO72 for severe environments. The board comes in standard configurations of 24, 48, and 72 channels, and four electrically and functionally identical versions to meet thermal and durability demands of military and high-reliability applications. The board is available in two convection- and two conduction-cooled versions. For more information, phone Vista`s Edee

Apr 1st, 1998

Electronic designers at Vista Controls Corp. of Santa Clarita, Calif., are introducing a high-density digital VME I/O board called the DIO72 for severe environments. The board comes in standard configurations of 24, 48, and 72 channels, and four electrically and functionally identical versions to meet thermal and durability demands of military and high-reliability applications. The board is available in two convection- and two conduction-cooled versions. For more information, phone Vista`s Edee Hathaway by phone at 805-257-4430, by fax at 805-257-4782, or by e-mail at sales@vistacc.com. - J.K.

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