STB-DIO-96

Plug-in Spring-Cage Terminal Board for 96 Digital I/O Channels

FEATURES

  • Spring-cage terminals for 96 digital I/O channels
  • 108-pin, 45 degree angled, spring-cage terminals for convenient installation
  • 4-pin screw terminal for fused power
  • Specifically designed for use with the USB-DIO-96 digital I/O board
  • Spring-cage terminals accept 26 to 20 AWG wire
  • Silk screen labeling clearly identifies terminal to corresponding pin number
  • Pin 49 (connects to fused +5V of I/O card) breaks out in screw terminal and spring-cage pairs
  • Eight ground pin terminals are also provided
  • Lowest cost approach for breakout of I/O signals to individual terminals
  • Small PC/104 and USB/104-size footprint (3.775" X 3.550")

The STB-DIO-96 spring-cage terminal board allows you to break out signals from the USB-DIO-96 to spring-cage terminals for easy field signal wiring. It features four 50-pin female header connectors that mate directly with the four 50-pin male header connectors on the USB-DIO-96 module. No screws or standoffs are necessary for this connection. Simply plug the spring-cage terminal board onto the USB-DIO-96 board and you are good to go.

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Custom Software

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Redistributing Windows Drivers
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ModelPrice (USD)
STB-DIO-9694.00

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STB-DIO-96108-pin spring-cage terminal board for use with the USB-DIO-96 module
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