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Spectrum M4i.77xx-x8 Series digital input cards
At TTMS we carry a wide range of digital I/O cards from Spectrum.
These are cards with a PCI express form factor.
The card is available in a 32-bit version. The card is specifically designed for multi-channel applications and fast data transfer from PC memory to the card and vice versa. By using FIFO mode this data transfer can take place simultaneously with the input/output of your bit streams.
This board does have acquisition modes such as Multiple recording (segmented memory), Gated sampling and sequence mode.
Extensive triggering possibilities such as pattern triggering and pulse width triggering are standard.
All Spectrum digital I/O cards come with an extensive package of software support. Drivers for Windows and Linux operating systems (32 bit and 64 bit) are included. Example programs and drivers for C/C++, LabVIEW (Windows), MATLAB (Windows and Linux), LabWindows/CVI, IVI, .NET, Delphi, Visual Basic and Python are available. And a base license of the Spectrum software SBench 6.
Besides digital I/O cards, Spectrum also has an extensive range of digitizers and arbitrary waveform generators.
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