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DLP-IO8 - USB DAQ Board - 8 analogue, Digital or Temperature Inputs

DLP-IO8 - USB DAQ Board - 8 analogue, Digital or Temperature Inputs
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Our Price:  £24.00(Exc. 20% VAT)

Analogue Inputs:  8
Digital Inputs:  8
Digital Outputs:  8

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The DLP-IO8 Data Acquisition Module is a low-cost, easy-to-use data acquisition system for measuring voltages, controlling and monitoring processes, and acquiring temperature data. Each of the 8 available channels can be configured for any of the digital, analogue, or temperature modes via single-byte commands. All operational power is taken from the host PC via the USB port.


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  • 8 Channels: Digital I/O, Analogue In, Temperature (requires DS18B20 sensor, purchased separately)
  • 10-bit A/D: 0-5 volt range.
  • Easy to use single byte commands
  • USB 1.1, 2.0 Compatible Installs as a virtual Comm port
  • Drivers available for Windows, MAC, Linux and Windows CE
  • Compatible with the optional RealView Datalogging and chart recording software
  • ProfiLab-Expert Software Driver
  • Small Footprint - 102mm x 24mm x 12mm
  • Easy to Use with Single-Byte Commands
  • Can Utilize a Simple Terminal Emulator to Control All Functions
The DLP-IO8 Data Acquisition Module is a low-cost, easy-to-use data acquisition system for measuring voltages, controlling and monitoring processes, and acquiring temperature data. Each of the 8 available channels can be configured for any of the digital, analog, or temperature modes via single-byte commands. All operational power is taken from the host PC via the USB port.

Each of the 8 inputs can be set to analogue voltage in (10-bit 0-5V range), digital in (logic 0 or 1, 5V) digital out (0 or 5V 25mA source/sink max) or temperature in (using a DS1820 1-wire temperature sensor IC, -55 to 125°C range)

The mode of each I/O is automatically changed with each command sent. For example, if an I/O is set to Digital Output – High and then the Digital Input Mode is selected, the I/O is first changed to Input Mode and then the high/low state is read and returned to the host.


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