Change-of-state input board
VMIVME-1184 optically isolated 32-channel input board with change-of-state (COS) interrupt capabilities features interrupt control logic that can be programmed to issue an in-terrupt upon specific state changes.
Control Engineering November 21, 2005
VMIVME-1184 optically isolated 32-channel input board with change-of-state (COS) interrupt capabilities features interrupt control logic that can be programmed to issue an interrupt upon specific state changes. User selects the state change by programming the control and status register for desired activity. Board will store up to 512 state changes with the COS logic enabled. Sequence of event data can be correlated to an internal counter register. Pulse input can be connected to additional VMIVME-1184s in daisy-chain fashion so counters are synchronized to the same count rate and value. Board supports, byte, word, and longword data transfers.
GE Fanuc Embedded Systems Inc.
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