Sept. 12, 2012
-- To keep ahead of trends within the automation industry, the Industrial Automation Group of Advantech has launched a new range of high density isolated DAQ cards that use PCI Express interface. They are the PCIE-1752 (64 digital output channels), PCIE-1754 (64 digital input channels), and the PCIE-1756 (32 digital input/32 digital output channels) which have a faster data transfer rate than standard PCI cards, offer up to 64 channels, are provided with a powerful universal configuration tool containing drivers and visual monitoring applications, and have a maximum output current capacity of 500mA per channel.
Almost unique in the industry, the cards have 64 high density isolated digital I/O channels making it possible for users to have the same number of I/O channels but using less space and saving more money and because the digital output of these cards can be as high as 500mA per channel, users can use these cards to drive through larger loads than before. All of the cards also include: 70 VDC over voltage protection, 2,000 VDC ESD, 2,500 VDC isolation protection and will retain their output settings and values after hot resetting the system.
Advantech PCI Express DAQ cards are configured using the same software, DAQNavi that their predecessor, the PCI DAQ card currently uses. To aid in the development of configurations and applications, Advantech provides a range of options such as SDK which works with: Visual C++, Visual Basic, VB.NET, C#, Delphi, BCB, LabVIEW, QT, and Java. Also included is the integrated utility, which provides configuration, function testing, documentation, and many practical coded examples.
For more information or to purchase, please contact Advantech directly or your regional Advantech