United Electronic Industries (UEI) released their DNA-AO-332 high density analog output board. The board provides 32 channels of 16-bit resolution analog output with a ±10V output range. It is capable of driving ±10 mA while per-channel digital offset and gain calibration limits gain/offset errors to ±450 µV and ±305 µV respectively. Compatible with the company’s PowerDNA, UEIPAC, and UEIModbus “Cubes”, it provides up to 192 analog outputs in a single, 4"× 4" × 5.8" cube. A 1024 sample FIFO on each channel allows each D/A to be updated at 10 kHz without data loss. Double buffering the outputs combined with the use of low glitch D/As make the board suitable for generating low frequency wave forms or providing highly accurate switched stimuli. All outputs may be set to update simultaneously if desired. Software is provided in the UEIDAQ Framework. The Framework provides a comprehensive, easy to use API that supports all popular programming and operating systems including Windows, Vista, Linux and most real-time operating systems (e.g. QNX, RTX, RT Linux). Finally, the board is fully supported by LabVIEW, MATLAB/Simulink, DASYLab or any application supporting ActiveX, OPC or Modbus TCP control. Pricing is $2400 and delivery from stock.
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