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ACCES offers USB data acquisition and control in standard and embedded/OEM USB/104 board-only options. These USB DAQ devices are perfect for a variety of applications requiring monitoring, control, or industrial serial communications. Over 100 different models and options (including extended temperature) are available.
ACCES now offers USB-based data acquisition and control in both standard packaging and embedded OEM USB/104 board only options. Our USB OEM product line features two different size form factors – USB/104 and USB/PICO.
High performance PCI Express (PCIe) data acquisition and control cards from ACCES: Choose from analog, digital, and serial I/O cards for your next application. The bandwidth of PCI Express (PCIs) is more than double that of PCI in a x1 slot and also features both hot-swap and hot-plug installation. If you don’t see what you need, ask us – we’ll make it for you.
PCI Express Mini Card, commonly abbreviated as mPCIe, or Mini PCIe, is a newer form-factor for PCI Express devices. Designed with the older Mini PCI standard in mind they are the same basic form-factor (commonly used in small-form-factor devices like laptops and other portables) but lack the retention clips of Mini PCI. Unlike the original PCI Express bus, Mini PCIe provides both the standard PCI Express and USB 2.0 signals, allowing flexibility in peripheral design. The standard is highly suitable for industrial automation and test in vehicle, mobile, or any other shock / vibration sensitive application.
M.2 (the bus formerly known as NGFF) is a new, more flexible alternative to PCI Express Mini Cards (mPCIe) for use as a multi-purpose small-form-factor embedded computer expansion bus. Designed for versatility, M.2 supports both smaller and larger footprints than mPCIe, and consumes less power, making it a perfect choice for a variety of embedded applications.
Works in your computers’ NVME slots!
A small form factor (3.6 x 3.8in) computer board intended for use in embedded PC systems, these rugged self stacking modules allow for an expandable system without the burden of a backplane with a fixed number of slots.
Our products are designed to cover the most common industry applications. Full selection of analog, digital, and serial I/O products with Ethernet connectivity allows for easy simple to use data acquisition and control.
ACCES’ PCI/PCI-X bus data acquisition and control (DAQ) cards are designed to cover the most common industry applications. Our full selection of PC-Based plug-in analog and digital I/O, multifunction, isolated, relay, serial, and watchdog cards guarantees we’ll have a product to match your application.
ETX (Embedded Technology eXtended) bridges the gap between custom and COTS (commercial off-the-shelf) embedded OEM solutions. An ETX CPU module contains all the CPU, chipsets, memory and I/O controllers that make up a motherboard and can be easily customized and upgraded.ETX (Embedded Technology eXtended) bridges the gap between custom and COTS (commercial off-the-shelf) embedded OEM solutions. An ETX CPU module contains all the CPU, chipsets, memory and I/O controllers that make up a motherboard and can be easily customized and upgraded.
Analog Input boards are useful for measuring variably changing conditions in the real world. The device that converts this data is an analog-to-digital converter (abbreviated ADC or A/D). ACCES’ Analog Input boards amplify and multiplex input signals and offer voltage, current, and resistance types of analog input signal compatibility.
Analog Output boards are useful when you need an output where the condition is not just an on or off state. Analog Output boards convert digital values generated by software into the analog voltage or current signals required for controlling frequency inverters, valves, sliders, brightness of lights, or things controlled by motors and other mechanical transducers.
Digital I/O products fit into many applications. In many cases, we only need to know whether something is true or false, on or off, in one position or another. A Digital Input can determine what we need to know, and Digital Outputs let us control the real world, switching from one state to another.
ACCES I/O has Communication Cards for all of the popular protocols you may find (RS-232, RS-422 and RS-485), ranging from a single port to eight ports on a single card. There are also optically isolated versions to ensure effective data transmission on long communication lines, even in electrically noisy environments. Isolated port-to-PC and Tru-Iso™ port-to-port units protect valuable equipment from data corruption and damage.
Signal Conditioning and sub multiplexers increase signal compatibility and reduce the cost-per-point of analog inputs, by bringing multiple signals into a single channel of the ADC.
ACCES’ line of sub-multiplexers include flexible onboard signal conditioning.
Watchdog Cards offer excellent protection against CPU malfunctions at a low cost. These products can continuously monitor your critical PC functions (software and hardware) and if an error occurs, the card automatically generates outputs that can be used to initiate corrective actions, generate alarms, or reboot your computer.
Wireless I/O enables you to monitor, acquire and process data from remote sensors, or control analog or digital outputs, all this over a wireless serial communications link. With just a single serial port on your PC, you can control up to 255 of our Wireless I/O Pods. Eliminate costly cable repairs. Spend less time and money.
ACCES offers a wide variety of accessories for our broad product line. These accessories include Screw Terminal Boards, Cables, Adaptors, DIN Rail, Signal Conditioning, Enclosures, and more. If you don’t see what you need, ask us and we will make it for you.
ACCES I/O supplies a wide range of cable accessories including ribbon cables, cable kits, adapters, etc.
Screw terminal accessories include adapters, boards, cards, connectors, etc. Some products can be used with other digital or analog ACCES I/O cards and can be easily mounted to a panel or plate, or for desktop development.
Sensors that are used to collect the data from the environment often don’t produce signal of characteristics optimal for an analog to digital converter (ADC) to translate to digital data. Additionally, these signals can be subject to electromagnetic interference (EMI) that introduces noise, having a negative impact on the reliability of the data.
Whether you are building a prototype or shipping production, ACCES I/O’s Design & Development Team can serve you. From development and assembly to testing and support, ACCES I/O provides a wide range of affordable, reliable, and high-quality system solutions you can count on.
ACCES provides a broad range of connectivity options for our remote distributed I/O products. These options include Wireless, USB, Standard RS-232, or Ethernet and allow for flexible connectivity for specific and unique applications.
ACCES has a variety of Enclosures to choose from for a wide variety of embedded applications. Need NEMA? We’ve got it. Need economy but still some physical protection? We’ve got that too. Ranging from rugged PC/104 enclosures to to 1U I/O rackmount PC/104 servers, we’ve got it all.
“Y” Cable for connecting two AIM-16 Analog Input Multiplexers to an A/D Card.