The "IB Series" product line contains IBM PC/AT and ISA
2.01 compatible synchro/resolver/analog
converters, and absolute encoder card systems.
These cards are ideally suited to many serious: test, simulation,
ATE, motion control, process control and data acquisition type
applications for both industrial and military concerns using any IBM
PC/AT compatible computer.
The IB and IBD (High Density )
Series converters provide up to 4 and 8
channels of Isolated
Synchro/Resolver LVDT/RVDT or encoder interface
on a single, standard full size IBM PC printed circuit card.
Computer Conversions' full line of "Industry Standard"
Synchro/Resolver to Digital, and Digital
to Synchro/Resolverconverters, CT's
and CDX's etc ... are
used to populate the same standard PC boards.
may be mixed to
minimize real estate for specific applications. Both industrial and
military grade(extended) temperature range
versions are available.
Transformer Isolation is
offered for all AC inputs
and outputs, and various Isolated DC converters are available as
standard product, eliminating concerns
forground loops, ground interjected (intermittent and
ghostly) field noise,
differing potentials, and
high voltage field transients from affecting
the card itself and the
sensitive PC backplane.
Maximum versatility has
been employed on all "IB" products to assure the universal compatibility
in addressing, timing, system, and specific computer hardware,
software, and backplane independence.
All "IB" cards are configured with a full 16 bit range of jumper-plug
selectable mode of I/O addressing . The interface is a solidly-reliable
/ high-speed, true 16
bit "Word-Level" register
access. Simply address the I/O; and read or write the data.
Buffered latches are provided on all data lines to assure stable read
and write cycles as commanded by the host. Address and control lines
feature single point terminations to minimize any loading of the
Status registers are
provided for various levels of fault
indication, Built-in-Test (where
applicable), and configuration criteria.
fragments that may be used as drivers, are