Digital I/O Board Performs High-Speed Tests

April 1, 2000
Claimed as the fastest PC-based digital I/O board in the world, the GT5150 is also said to be the most advanced with its cutting-edge architecture. Key features of the board include: 32 input or output pins; 128-Mbit memory behind each pin;

Claimed as the fastest PC-based digital I/O board in the world, the GT5150 is also said to be the most advanced with its cutting-edge architecture. Key features of the board include: 32 input or output pins; 128-Mbit memory behind each pin; programmable clock rate from 5 Hz to 100 MHz; I/O modules supporting TTL, ECL, PECL and programmable levels; real-time comparison; a sequencer enabling conditional Jump and Pause commands; and more. The board is supplied with software drivers to support major development environments and DIOEasy, a Windows-based graphical environment designed to simplify the task of vector generation and editing, as well as test sequence programming. Call for pricing.

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