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Re: Better PC-Based DAQ, Less PC-Based Overhead

When was the last time you tried to buy a desktop PC with a PCI (not express, not –X, not 2.0, 3.0…plain ‘ol PCI)? Here’s a hint: it’s not so easy these days.  

 

Finding such a thing usually leads down a costly path of custom or DIY solutions, or questionably reliable external accessories. When it comes to having accurate, reliable engineering measurements in your lab or industrial setup, that inconvenience can quickly scale to higher capital and maintenance costs 

 

Simplify and Save with PCI Express

 

We're simplifying things with the release of three new PCI Express offerings aimed at providing upgrade paths for a number of legacy Analog Output and Simultaneous Multifunction I/O PCI products - the PCIe-6738, PCIe-6374, and PCIe-6376: 

 

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Analog Output 

 

PCI-6703 

PCI-6722 

PCI-6723 

PCI-6711 

PCI-6713 

PCI-6733 

PCIe-6738 

AO Channels 

16 

8 

32 

4 

8 

8 

32 

Update Rate 

SW Timed 

800 kS/s 

800 kS/s 

MS/s 

MS/s 

MS/s 

MS/s 

Resolution 

16 Bit 

13 Bit 

13 Bit 

12-Bit 

12-Bit 

16-Bit 

16-Bit 

 

Simultaneous Multifunction I/O 

 

PCI-6154 

PCI-6143 

PCI-6122 

PCI-6123 

PCI-6132 

PCIe-6374 

PCI-6133 

PCIe-6376 

Per Channel Sample Rate 

250 kS/s 

250 kS/s 

500 kS/s 

500 kS/s 

2.5 MS/s 

3.57 MS/s 

2.5 MS/s 

3.57 MS/s 

AI Channels 

4 

8 

4 

8 

4 

4 

8 

8 

AO Channels 

4 

0 

0 

0 

0 

2 

0 

2 

 

Learn more about our new PCI Express offerings >> 

Comments
Trusted Enthusiast

Any plans to release PCIe versions of some of the counter/timer cards (i.e. PCI-660x) and Industrial DIO (PCI-6520) or similar ones?

 

-AK2DM

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Without usable and stable drivers, this is all completely worthless, just extremly expensive.

Linux Embedded / Kernel Hacker / BSP / Driver development / Systems engineering