No-Programming temperature monitoring solution

San Diego, Calif. - Acess I/O Products introduces the PCI-AI12-16A-TM Series of turnkey temperature monitoring solutions for PCI bus computers.


San Diego, Calif. - Acess I/O Products introduces the PCI-AI12-16A-TM Series of turnkey temperature monitoring solutions for PCI bus computers. Available in 16- and 32-channel versions, the series requires no programming and includes all of the hardware and software elements for a complete, out-of-the-box temperature monitoring solution.

Users need only install the A/D card, connect the ribbon cable, signal conditioner, and thermocouples. Sampling speeds are selectable from 50 times per channel per second to once per channel every 5 seconds.

The package (with onboard cold-junction compensation) includes:

  • PCI-AI12-16A analog-to-digital card with on-board pacer clock and counter timer, software-enabled interrupt capability, and four discrete TTL-level digital input or output ports;

  • 16 (Model -TM16-TC) or 32 (Model -TM32-TC) type K thermocouples and 20' fiberglass extension cables (other thermocouple types are supported, consult factory);

  • AIM-16P 16-channel analog multiplexer and signal conditioning card;

  • Ribbon cable; and

  • Application software that displays data as its collected, then logs it to a .CSV file for opening in Microsoft Excel or other spreadsheet program.

The package is rated for 0-60 deg C and 0-90% relative humidity (non-condensing).

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