PCI Express I/O board for embedded computing applications introduced by Sensoray

TIGARD, Ore., 30 Nov. 2011. Sensoray Co. in Tigard, Ore., is introducing the model 826 PCI Express I/O board with six encoder/timer/counter interfaces, 16 differential analog inputs (18-bit resolution at 100 kilosamples per second), eight analog outputs (16-bit resolution), and 48 bi-directional digital I/Os with edge capture. The I/O board for embedded computing applications has six 32-bit counters that can operate as conventional timer/counters or in modes that directly support incremental encoders, pulse generation, PWM generation, frequency measurement, period measurement, and pulse width measurement.

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TIGARD, Ore., 30 Nov. 2011. Sensoray Co. in Tigard, Ore., is introducing the model 826 PCI ExpressI/O board with six encoder/timer/counter interfaces, 16 differential analog inputs (18-bit resolution at 100 kilosamples per second), eight analog outputs (16-bit resolution), and 48 bi-directional digital I/Os with edge capture.The I/O board for embedded computing applications has six 32-bit counters that can operate as conventional timer/counters or in modes that directly support incremental encoders, pulse generation, PWM generation, frequency measurement, period measurement, and pulse width measurement.The Sensoray model 826 is compatible with standard solid state relay racks. Software includes a high performance API, comprehensive documentation, and sample programs.

For more information contact Sensoray online at www.sensoray.com.

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