Ethernet data acquisition system

Tucson, Ariz. —Industrially hardened in a NEMA 12 enclosure, the EDAS-1027E offers 16 channels of remote digital I/O, programmable as inputs or outputs in two 8-bit ports. All digital inputs can be configured for state detection, latching, or general-purpose counting up to 100 Hz. Eight of the digital output channels can be individually configured for predetermined output states at power...

By Staff October 1, 1998

Tucson, Ariz. —Industrially hardened in a NEMA 12 enclosure, the EDAS-1027E offers 16 channels of remote digital I/O, programmable as inputs or outputs in two 8-bit ports. All digital inputs can be configured for state detection, latching, or general-purpose counting up to 100 Hz. Eight of the digital output channels can be individually configured for predetermined output states at power-up. A high-speed 16-bit counter channel can perform direct frequency measurements, as well as event counting up to 250 kHz. On-board RS-232 and optional RS-485 ports are available. The EDAS communicates over any Ethernet LAN or over the Internet, allowing real-time data to be shared with any number of PC’s and workstations. Other EDAS systems provide up to 256 analog inputs and up to 32 TTL digital I/O channels per unit. Intelligent Instrumentation Inc.