ISA Bus Digital Input/Output Card
- 64 channels of digital I/O
- Eight 8-bit ports of directly addressable bi-directional I/O
- Bit-by-bit programmable for input or output
- I/O buffers can be enabled/disabled under program control
- Compatible with industry standard I/O racks from Opto-22, Western Reserve Controls, DuTec, Gordos, Potter & Brumfield, etc
- User selectable to occupy any eight consecutive I/O addresses.
- Control and I/O ports separately addressable to allow I/O ports for multiple cards to occupy consecutive addresses
- Four inputs may be directed to hardware interrupts
- Designed, made, supported, and manufactured in the USA
Variable I/O-mapped addressing allows you to select eight consecutive addresses plus a separate control port from any I/O addresses between 200 hex and 3FF hex. In addition, you can drive four of the host's interrupts from inputs applied to IOD-64. Read/Write Select Logic manages all data transmission between the computer and the I/O ports. There are five inputs to the select logic:
- Reset: When this line goes high, either on power-up or during a low-line voltage loss, it clears the Output Control Latch disabling all output ports. This assures that there will be no spurious outputs.
- Address Enable (AEN): When this line is driven low, it enables the PC I/O channel. The Read/Write Select Logic then checks the value on the address bus by comparing that address to the I/O Port and Control Addresses.
- I/O Write Command (IOW): When this line is low and the address comparison is true, the IOD-64 card reads data from the data bus.
- I/O Read Command (IOR): When this line is low and the address comparison is true, the IOD-64 card writes data to the data bus.
- Address (ADDR): These ten lines are used to address the Control Port and I/O Ports.
When the Data Bus Buffer is enabled by the Read/Write Select Logic, it permits data transfer between the host computer and the IOD-64. The Output Control Latch disables any or all of the eight 8-bit I/O ports. Inputs to the Output Control Latch are:
- Data from the host computer data bus.
- When the PC-Reset line is high, it automatically clears the Output Control Latch which, in turn, disables all outputs as previously described.
- When the Output Control Latch is enabled by the Read/Write Select Logic, it will disable individual ports as required by programming.
The IRQ Control, when enabled by the Read/Write Select Logic, routes external inputs received from any or all of the last four inputs of PORT 7 to IRQ4 through IRQ7 of the host computer.
Drivers and Downloads
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- Redistributing Windows Drivers
- A list of ACCES drivers and the files that compose them under different versions of Windows, so you can easily redistribute ACCES cards and drivers.
- Logic High: 2.0 to 30 VDC
- Logic Low: -0.5 to 0.8 VDC
- Input Load (Hi): +20 uA
- Input Load (Lo): -200 uA
- Logic High: 2.5 VDC min. to 30.0 VDC (w/ external pull-ups), source 15 mA
- Logic Low: 0.5 VDC max., sink up to 40 mA
- +5 VDC from computer bus (external 1A fast-blow fuse recommended)
- Power Required: +5 VDC at 450 mA typical
- Size: 13.1 inches long
- Operating Temperature Range: 0o to 60 oC
- Storage Temperature Range: -50o to 120 oC
- Humidity: 0 to 90% RH, non-condensing
- This product is in full compliance with CE requirements.