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D/A Board Minimizes Use Of Host Resources

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Incorporating an on-board state machine that performs the majority of data outputting chores, the CPCI-DA16 digital-to-analog board minimizes resource demands on the host system. It is managed by the host processor on the cPCI bus and is supported by a board support package under Windows NT. On-board features include 16 independent I/O channels, 16-bit, 10-µs D/A converters, two banks of 256 KB of SRAM for wave for wave-form tables, selectable internal/external power options, buffered ±10V outputs, front panel I/O connectors for all outputs, and high current outputs for control applications.

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