Diamond-MM-16-AT 16-Channel Analog I/O PC/104 Module February 1, 2015 Diamond Systems Corp. — No Comments The Diamond-MM-16-AT features top performance and flexibility for a mid-range price. It has 16 single-ended / 8 differential analog inputs with both unipolar and bipolar input ranges and programmable gain. It has a maximum sampling rate of 100KHz, supported by a 512-sample FIFO with a 256-sample threshold for gap-free A/D sampling. Both single-channel and multi-channel scan sampling modes are supported. The A/D can be triggered with a software command, the on-board programmable timer, or an external signal. These features give you maximum flexibility to configure the board to your application. The 16 16-bit analog input channels on Diamond-MM-16-AT feature programmable gains of 1, 2, 4, and 8, as well as programmable unipolar/bipolar range, for a total of 7 different input ranges. Maximum sampling rate is 100KHz (total for all channels), and a new 512-sample FIFO enables the board to operate at full speed in Windows operating systems using interrupts. DMA is no longer required to attain full speed. 16 analog inputs, 16-bit resolution100KHz max sampling rateProgrammable gain and rangeInterrupt-based A/D data transfer with FIFO support4 12-bit analog outputsProgrammable analog output rangeMulti-range autocalibration for highest accuracy16 digital I/O lines+5V only power supply-40°C to +85°C operation About Diamond Systems Corp. DIAMOND SYSTEMS CORPORATION, founded in 1989, provides compact, rugged embedded computing solutions to customers around the world in a wide range of industries. We deliver both board-level products and system-level solutions incorporating these products. Our expertise is in analog I/O technology, high integration, customization, and rugged design. Our embedded CPU boards provide a unique level of integration by incorporating data acquisition and other features right on the board, reducing size and cost. Our analog I/O capabilities include our patented, best-in-class autocalibration technology that reduces analog measurement errors by a factor of 10 over competitors' solutions.