I/O platform software

  • 21-Jul-2010 02:26 EDT

PowerDNA Software Suite 4.0 from United Electronic Industries features asynchronous modes of operation for certain layers, support for 64-bit editions of Windows (Including Windows XP, Vista, and 7), and full support for three new I/O layers for the PowerDNA Cube, 12-slot PowerDNR RACKtangle, and six-slot HalfRACK chassis. The software also includes the latest version of the Framework high-level library. The three I/O layers that are supported include DNx-AO-358, for strain gauge simulation; DNx-1553-553, for two MIL-STD-1553 ports; and DNx-PC-91x, for programmable power supply with voltage read back. The Cube architecture is a compact ethernet-based I/O platform that may be deployed in four different configurations: ethernet I/O systems slaved to a host PC, stand-alone data logger/recorder, Linux-based programmable automation controller, or Modbus TCP-based I/O slave.

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