Category: Other
Manufacturer: Media 100 Inc. (formerly Data Translation)
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 2.14 MB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003
Latest Version / Release Date: 100.4.0 / 09 Jan 2009

Windows device driver information for DT3001/PGL

The DT3001/PGL is a type of data acquisition hardware component which is hosted on the PCI bus of the computer motherboard. It supports multiple single channel analog inputs for greater flexibility of data acquisition software applications. The device driver is designed in such a way that it supports 32-bit Windows Driver Model files. The deployment of this hardware component requires its device driver to communicate with native .NET classes which are needed for the programming of the data acquisition devices. Normally programming languages that conform with the Common Language Specification can be used. The device driver of the DT3001/PGL can also be used to support and control the plotting of data. The device driver also communicates with the underlying operating system platform to deliver a functional user interface for the rendering of the processed data. As an alternative the device driver can also be used to support the implementation of non-.NET compliant programming languages.

Outdated Drivers?

Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.

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The installation of the manufacturer provided device driver allows for the implementation of various programmable gains in predetermined variants. The system accuracy is supported by the adherence to the Effective Number Of Bits specifications based on the signal to noise ratio generated by the hardware component. The static digital input and output lines of the DT3001/PGL are arranged in such a way that they are represented as two rows of four line ports that can be individually defined as either input or output interfaces. The device driver also makes it possible to implement a pacer clock which is made up of 16-bit counters that includes a 4-bit prescaler coupled with its onboard frequency source. It makes it possible for the supported software application to initialize frequency measurements, event counting, rate generation, and one-shot operations. The onboard digital signal processor supported by the device driver of the DT3001/PGL is responsible for the implementation of error checking, data transfers, and board timing among others. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and DT3001/PGL errors before installing any driver updates.