The PEX-DA, PISO-DAxU and PIO-DAxU series cards (PCI Express/Universal PCI versions) are compatible with the PIO-DAx cards (PCI versions) and most users can replace the PIO-DAx by PEX-DA, PISO-DAxU or PIO-DAxU directly without software/driver modification. Please refer to user manual (ch 1.1) for the compatibility information.
The PISO-DA series adds high-voltage isolation design that offers a durable ability to keep users' computers safe from unexpected surge. It is the built-in high-quality isolation components that make PISO-DA series featuring 2500 VDC bus-typed isolation! For the PEX-DA, PIO-DA and the PISO-DA series, their voltage output range is from -10 V to +10 V, and their current output range is from 0 to 20 mA. In addition, These cards also feature the following advantages by ICP DAS's innovation:
Accurate and easy-to-use calibration.
ICP DAS provides the software calibration instead of the manual calibration so that no jumpers and trim-pots are required anymore. The calibration information can be saved in EEPROM for long-term use.
Individual channel configuration.
In other words, every channel can be individually configured as voltage output or current output!
ICP DAS provides the card ID function for PEX-DA, PISO-DAxU and PIO-DAxU (version 1.1 or above) series. Users can set card ID for each card and then recognize them one by one when more than two boards are used in a computer.
These cards support various OS versions, such as Linux, DOS, Windows 98/NT/2000 and 32/64-bit Windows 8/7/Vista/XP. DLL and Active X control together with various language sample programs based on Turbo C++, Borland C++, Microsoft C++, Visual C++, Borland Delphi, Borland C++ Builder, Visual Basic, C#.NET, Visual Basic.NET and LabVIEW are provided in order to help users quickly and easily develop their own applications.