PRLog - March 5, 2014 - (IndustrialPR.net)
When matching a control module up to remote equipment the user needs to consider several factors about the interface. With equipment inputs, the voltage output of the module for the high level must be over the input threshold, and below low level. The maximum input voltage that can be accepted cannot exceeded, for example most 1.8V logic families cannot have a 5V level applied to them, so simply attaching a 5V control module will not work and may even damage the user device. With equipment outputs, the USB digital IO module must recognize the logic levels to detect the correct state, yet maintain noise immunity.
Easy to use software interface includes a windows driver and a DLL or Class Library API. Linux support disk is also available. This small form factor module replaces internal PC based plug-in cards for use in various test, control, monitor and measurement applications.
Complete product specifications available at product web page http://www.j-
"We are a technology company that is very much customer focused" says Craig Stevens, Marketing Mgr. "Our customer presents us with individual design requirements and our diverse staff makes it our goal to provide them with a standard product that meet their needs, while still providing a product to other customer so everyone can benefit from the MOST cost effective priced module."
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