Universal software toolkit is aimed at data acquisition products

March 12, 2015 OpenSystems Media
  • Diamond Systems, a company that’s known for its compact, rugged systems for real-time applications, released its Universal Driver 7.0 software toolkit recently at Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany. The toolkit, which represents a significant upgrade over previous versions, is aimed at data acquisition products. It offers faster interrupt processing than previous versions, and its easy-to-use graphical interface simplifies programming and saves development time.

    The software provides flexible C programming language support for the company’s products with on-board data acquisition. It contains a set of functions aimed at controlling the following hardware features:

    • Analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversions
    • High- and low-speed analog-to-digital sampling
    • Digital I/O
    • Counters and timers
    • Pulse-width modulators
    • Waveform generator
    • Watchdog timers
    • Interrupts

    An installation program allows for easy detection and configuration of system modules. An intuitive graphical control panel for Windows and Linux is provided, as well as a robust set of demo programs.

Rich Nass, Embedded Computing Brand Director
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