WINSYSTEMS Releases Industrial PC104 Data Acquisition Module With Eight Differential ADC Channels

June 1, 2020 Perry Cohen

WINSYSTEMS introduced the PX1-I440-ADC module, a data acquisition option for PCle/104™ OneBank™ and PC/104 Express embedded computing systems.

Featured on the module are eight different inputs with the following voltage ranges: 0V to 5V, OV to 5.12V, ±5V, ±5.12V, OV to 10V, OV to 10.24V, ±10V and ±10.24V.

"Not only does our 16-bit PX1-I440-ADC provide the flexibility of reading eight different voltage ranges, it supports inputs for 4-20mA current loop devices, with optional high-precision resistors populated onboard," said technical sales director of WINSYSTEMS George T. Hilliard, in a press release. "Users will appreciate its accuracy and adaptability in reading analog signals from different sensors, transducers and other devices with varying interface voltages. This is especially critical for applications that provide information to control processes, vehicles, and manufacturing."
 

Per the release, the new I/O module offering is based on the Linear Technology LTC2335-16 Analog-to-Digital converter.

Further, it offers an operating temperature range of -40°C to +85°C with availability of 10-years-plus.

For more information, visit https://www.winsystems.com/

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