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104-IIRO-16 Isolated Digital Input and Relay Output Board with 16 optically-isolated, non-polarized CMOS compatible digital inputs accept ±31VDC or AC rms, IRQ on input change of state (COS) eliminates the need for constant polling. The 104-IIRO-16 is a low-cost board that provides isolated input and output for PC/104 Bus computer applications. The board has sixteen optically-isolated digital inputs for AC or DC control signals and sixteen electro-mechanical relay outputs. The Change of State Detection capability of ACCES' Model 104-IIRO-16 sets this board apart from the competition. An Economy version can be ordered as Model 104-IIRO-16E which has no Change of State Detection or IRQs. Also available is Model 104-RO-16 which has 16 relay outputs only.
The isolated inputs can be driven by either AC or DC and are not polarity sensitive. Input signals are rectified by opto-coupler diodes. A 1.8K?, ½ Watt resistor in series provides current limiting. The input voltage range is 3V to 28V (rms). To extend the input voltage range, you may connect external resistors in series with the input.
Each input circuit is switch selectable for slow/fast filter that has a 4.7 millisecond time constant. The filter must be selected for AC inputs in order to eliminate response to AC noise. The filter is also valuable for use with slow DC input signals in a noisy environment. The filter may be switched out for DC inputs in order to obtain faster response. Filters are manually switched individually on or off.
Interrupts are enabled/disabled by software. When the change-of-state detection circuit is enabled, the card asserts an interrupt whenever any of the sixteen isolated inputs change state. Once an interrupt has been generated and serviced, it is automatically cleared. This feature greatly frees up system resources by eliminating the need for constant polling to see when an input has changed state.
The electro-mechanical relay outputs are comprised of two groups of eight form C SPDT outputs.
The relay outputs are accessed via a 50 pin header type connector, while the isolated inputs are accessed via a 34 pin type header connector.
104-IIRO-16 utility software provided on CD includes sample programs in a variety of languages for DOS / Windows 95/98/NT4/2000/XP and 2003. A Windows graphical setup program is also provided, and a "C" language sample for Linux.