Manufacturer: ACCES I/O Products, Inc.
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1.68 MB
Operating System: Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Linux
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.6 / 08/25/2004
The ACCES PCI-A12-16A is an add-on card that allows for digital I/O, analog-to-digital, and digital-to-digital connection. The device driver allows the hardware component to accept single ended connections from 16 devices or eight differential analog inputs. By design the connections are covered with over voltage protection to guard against static discharges that exceed 4000 volts. The device driver for the ACCES PCI-A12-16A allows the initiation of conversion via onboard programmable timed counters, software commands, or using external start commands. The implementation of the correct device driver will allow the support for software based converted data transfer. Normally the device driver can support an end of conversion signal polling or the generation of an Interrupt upon completion of the end of conversion process. The transfer of converted data is supported by a pair of 12-bit analog outputs along with 24 buffered digital lines for input and output.
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This add-on card makes use of a First In First Out sampling method. This is supported by a words Point List First In First Out buffer which allows for background operations. These methods supported by the device driver of the ACCES PCI-A12-16A is used for the data acquisition method that results in optimum throughput under the operating system. The manner of transfer to the host computer system can be initiated when an interrupt is generated once the data buffer has reached half its totally capacity. This add-on card is normally used for the delivery of solutions for the expansion of input systems. The operation of the ACCES PCI-A12-16A as supported by the manufacturer provided device driver makes use of the Counter 0 for event counting and frequency measurement. The Counter 1 input on the other hand is for pulse measurement while Counter 2 output is responsible for frequency generation. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and ACCES PCI-A12-16A errors before installing any driver updates.