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ICP Electronics Australia releases ICP DAS’ PCI Express 96-channel and 144-channel digital I/O boards

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article image PEX-D96S and PEX-D144LS Digital I/O Boards

ICP Electronics Australia introduces ICP DAS’ PCI Express 96-channel and 144-channel digital I/O boards, the PEX-D96S and PEX-D144LS.

The PEX-D96S digital I/O board provides a single high-density connector that reduces the installation space required for the card in the computer. The board has 96 digital I/O lines (twelve 8-bit bi-direction ports) on a 100-pin SCSI II high density connector.

The PEX-D144LS provides an additional 50-pin box header that reduces the installation space required for the card in the computer. This board has 144 digital I/O lines (eighteen 8-bit bi-direction ports) with all ports configured as inputs during power-up or reset.

The PEX-D96S and PEX-D144LS also add a Card ID switch and pull-high/low resisters for the onboard Digital Input (DI). Users may set via the Card ID on a board so the board can be distinguished by the ID via software when using two or more PEX-D96S/PEX-D144LS cards in one computer. The pull-high/ pull-low resisters specify the Digital Input status; when the DI channels are unconnected, the DI status will remain in high or low status without being left floating.

The card supports Linux, DOS, Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 2000, 32-/64-bit Windows XP/2003/2008/Vista/7 and Windows 8 operating systems. It also provides the DLL and Active X control, and various language sample programs in Turbo C++, Borland C++, Microsoft C++, Visual C++, Borland Delphi, Borland C++ Builder, Visual Basic, C#.NET, Visual Basic.NET and LabVIEW to help users quickly and easily develop their applications.

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