Connection to the computer is galvanically-optically isolated, so that damage to the computer is not possible thus providing a high level of secure implementation.
All communication routines are contained in a Dynamic Link Library (DLL).You may write custom Windows*. Applications in Delphi, Visual Basic, C++ Builder or most other 32-bit Windows application development tool that supports calls to a DLL.
For first time interfacing and tutoring, check also our K8055 USB experimentation interface board* WinXp recommended for optimum compatibility* Are registered trademarks of MICROSOFT CORP.
â€¢8 analogue 10 bit resolution inputs: 0Ã¯Â¿Â½5 or 10VDC / 20kohm
â€¢8 analogue 8 bit resolution outputs: 0Ã¯Â¿Â½5V or 10VDC / 47ohm
â€¢8 digital inputs: open collector compatible (connection to GND=0) with on board LED indication
â€¢8 digital open collector outputs (max. 50V/100mA) with on board LED indication
â€¢one 10 bit PWM output: 0 to 100% open collector output (max 100mA / 40V) with on board LED indication.
â€¢general response time: 4ms per command
â€¢USB Port: 2.0 and 1.1 compatible (USB cable included)
â€¢also available as completely mounted module VM140
â€¢power consumption through USB port : approx. 60mA
â€¢up to 8 cards can be connected to PC
â€¢power supply through adaptor : 12Vdc / 300 mA (PS1205)
â€¢PWM Frequency: 15,6 KHz
â€¢standard execution time: 48mS (use Microchip and K8061D.DLL drivers)
â€¢enhanced execution time: 21mS (use K8061_C.DLL)
â€¢dimensions: 7.7 x 5.6 x 0.8"
?pentium class CPU with free USB port (1.1 or higher)
?windows 98SE or higher (Win NT excluded) *?CD ROM player and Mouse
â€¢(*): Windows XP recommended!â€¢(*): Are registered trademarks of MICROSOFT CORP.