Multi-function I/O Modules: XMC730 Video

XMC730 mezzanine modules provide a variety of I/O functions on a single plug-in card. These new high-density multi-function I/O modules perform both high-speed and high resolution A/D and D/A conversion and also handle digital I/O and counter/timer functions.

Now you can conserve your precious XMC slots and still get all the I/O functionality you need. The XMC730 is designed for the purpose of extreme versatility, including many deluxe features to meet most applications. However, the XMC730 is still very budget-friendly. A conduction-cooled version is also available.

More about XMC730 Multi-function I/O modules

Analog Inputs

  • 16 differential ranges
  • 16-bit ADC with integral sample-and-hold and reference
  • Programmable FIFO threshold conditions for interrupts and DMA transfers, as well as flags
  • User-programmable channel conversion sequence and timing
  • External trigger, either input or output
  • Factory calibration constants stored in on-board flash memory for error correction

Analog Outputs

  • Eight analog output channels
  • Individual 16-bit DACs per channel with 7.5μS settling time
  • Flexible operating mode and trigger, as well as memory allocation
  • Configurable for either direct access, single burst, continuous, or streaming (FIFO) output
  • Reliable software calibration given that coefficients are stored on-board
  • FIFO for waveform generation
  • Shared 64K x 16-bit sample memory

Digital I/O

  • 16 bidirectional input/output channels
  • TTL-compatible thresholds
  • Programmable change-of-state/level interrupts
  • Failsafe power-up and system reset

Counter/Timers

  • Multi-function 32-bit counter/timer
  • Both one-shot and repetitive one-shot pulse waveform generation
  • Programmable interface polarity
  • Either internal or external triggering

General

  • DMA transfer support for the purpose of easily moving data between module memory and PCIe bus
  • Software development tools for VxWorks®, Linux®, and Windows® environments

For further information, visit the XMC730 product page.