Sealevel Systems, represented in Australia by Allied Data Systems , has announced the release of the new SeaDAC Lite 8126 digital interface adapter. With this new addition to the SeaDAC Lite line customers can use a single USB connection to control and monitor up to 32 channels of buffered drive TTL digital I/O”, Foster stated.
The SeaDAC Lite 8126 addresses the 32 channels of I/O as four eight-bit ports, each programmable as input or output. A 50-pin header connects the module to industry-standard solid-state relay racks to provide PC-based control of equipment including sensors, switches, security control systems and industrial automation systems.
The product is available in three form factors:
- 8126 is an external device housed in the SeaDAC Lite rugged plastic case
- 8126-OEM is an embeddable board with standoffs
- 8126-KT is an iPorthole kit version. iPorthole is a standardized mounting method for interfacing real-world I/O connections. Sealevel Relio R2000 and R3000 industrial computers include iPorthole mounting options and customers can design iPorthole into their enclosures to for maximum I/O flexibility.
The SeaDAC Lite 8126 is powered by the USB bus. The standard operating temperature range is 0° to 70°C; extended temperature range (-40 to +85°C) is optional.