PLX USB Test Board

Category: USB
Manufacturer: PLX Technology
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 775 KB
Operating System: Windows 98/ME/ /2000/NT/ /XP/XP64/Vista x64
Latest Version / Release Date: 4.03.1214 / 10 Apr 2008

Windows device driver information for PLX USB Test Board

The PLX USB Test Board comes with 5 input and 8 output channels which are digital. It also has two inputs and two outputs which are analogue which have a bit resolution of eight. It uses a USB cable to connect to power which is of 70mA. Its minimum system requirements to run are a CD-ROM, a Pentium class CPU, windows 98SE and a USB of 1.0 or higher. Its test software comes with an analog output set sliders, a separate input and output test, a set all and clear all function. It also has an analog input bar graph indication and a counter function which has an adjustable debounce. It uses a USB interface that works with specifications such as a 2 analog outputs and a conversion time of 20ms per command which is general. It has a software that is diagnostic and has a DLL.

Outdated Drivers?

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The PLX USB Test Board is characterized by a simple interface that converts PCI drivers to USB in a record speed. It does not require a new hardware to work out this. This process involves plugging in a PCI adapter into a PLX net2282. This prompts the instant conversion of USBs from the PCI drivers. If users are on the RPCI, they do not require to program the USB. The RCPCI converts the whole USB system and thus driver developers need only focus on the PCI drivers. Developers are advised to learn and understand their USBs in order to avoid problems when adding their interfaces into picks that are already in existence. This is eliminated however if they decide to use the RPCI whose interface is familiar. It makes the whole process faster and no additional software or hardware is required. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and PLX USB Test Board errors before installing any driver updates.