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  • 16 differential or 32 single-ended input channels
  • 200KHz throughput
  • 5µS/conversion
  • Selectable input range (±5V, ±10V, 0-5V, 0-10V)

IP330A Industrial I/O Pack (IP) modules provide fast, high-resolution A/D conversion.

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The IP330A has many features to improve your overall system throughput rate. You can scan all channels or define a subset for more frequent sampling. Burst mode scans selected channels at the maximum conversion rate. Uniform mode performs conversions at user-defined intervals. Both modes can scan continuously, or execute a single cycle upon receiving a trigger.

“Mailbox” memory allows the CPU to read the latest data in 32 storage buffer registers without interrupting the A/D converter.

The IP330A is a drop-in replacement for the IP330, please see the known differences document below for more information.

Known differences between the IP330 and the IP330A statement

Analog Inputs

Input configuration: 16 differential or 32 single-ended.

A/D resolution: 16 bits.

Input ranges: ±5V, ±10V*, 0-5V, and 0-10V*. * Requires ±15V external supplies.

Data sample memory: Individual channel mailbox with one or two storage buffer registers per channel.

Maximum throughput rate:
Only one channel can be updated at a time.
One channel: 200KHz maximum (5μS/conversion) [66KHz (15μS/conversion) recommended] 16 channels (differential): 4.2KHz (240μS/16 ch) 32 channels (single-ended): 2.1KHz (480μS/32 ch).

Programmable gains: 1x, 2x, 4x, 8x.

A/D triggers: External and software.

System accuracy: 2 LSB (0.0030%) typical (SW calib., gain=1, 25°C).

Data format: Straight binary or two’s compliment.

Input overvoltage protection: Vss -20V to Vdd 40V with power on, -35V to 55V power off.

Common mode rejection ratio (60Hz): 96dB typical.

Channel-to-channel rejection ratio (60Hz): 96dB typical.

IP Compliance (ANSI/VITA 4)

Meets IP specifications per ANSI/VITA 4-1995.

IP data transfer cycle types supported: Input/output (IOSel*), ID read (IDSel*), Interrupt select (INTSel*).

Access times (8MHz clock):
ID PROM read: 1 wait state (375ns cycle).
I/O space read/write: 1 wait states.
Interrupt select cycle read: 1 wait state.
Mailbox I/O read: 1 wait state. 3 wait states if ongoing internal mail box write.

Environmental

Operating temperature: 0 to 70°C (IP330A) or -40 to 85°C (IP330AE model).

Storage temperature: -55 to 100°C.

Relative humidity: 5 to 95% non-condensing.

MTBF: Consult factory.

Power:
+5V: 65mA typical, 200mA maximum.
+12V: 14mA typical, 20mA maximum.
-12V/-15V: 11mA typical,15mA maximum.

  • “Mailbox” memory eliminates scanning interruptions for optimum throughput.
  • Data register indicates new and missed (overwritten) data values in the mailbox.
  • Programmable interrupts simplify data acquisition by providing greater control.
  • 16-bit A/D converter (ADC)
  • 5µS conversion time (200KHz)
  • 16 differential or 32 single-ended inputs (±5V, ±10V, 0-5V, and 0-10V input ranges)
  • Individual channel mailbox with one or two storage buffer registers per channel
  • Programmable scan control
  • Four scanning modes
  • User-programmable interval timer
  • External trigger input and output
  • Programmable gain for individual channels
  • Post-conversion interrupts
  • 0 to 70°C (IP330A) or -40 to 85°C (IP330AE model)

Manuals

IP330A User Manual (Log in to download the file)

Known Difference Between IP330 and the IP330A (Log in to download the file)

Drawings & Diagrams

Additional information

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IP330A: 16 differential or 32 single-ended inputs., IP330AE: 16 differential or 32 single-ended inputs, extended temp. range

  • Description

    The IP330A has many features to improve your overall system throughput rate. You can scan all channels or define a subset for more frequent sampling. Burst mode scans selected channels at the maximum conversion rate. Uniform mode performs conversions at user-defined intervals. Both modes can scan continuously, or execute a single cycle upon receiving a trigger.

    “Mailbox” memory allows the CPU to read the latest data in 32 storage buffer registers without interrupting the A/D converter.

    The IP330A is a drop-in replacement for the IP330, please see the known differences document below for more information.

    Known differences between the IP330 and the IP330A statement

    Analog Inputs

    Input configuration: 16 differential or 32 single-ended.

    A/D resolution: 16 bits.

    Input ranges: ±5V, ±10V*, 0-5V, and 0-10V*. * Requires ±15V external supplies.

    Data sample memory: Individual channel mailbox with one or two storage buffer registers per channel.

    Maximum throughput rate:
    Only one channel can be updated at a time.
    One channel: 200KHz maximum (5μS/conversion) [66KHz (15μS/conversion) recommended] 16 channels (differential): 4.2KHz (240μS/16 ch) 32 channels (single-ended): 2.1KHz (480μS/32 ch).

    Programmable gains: 1x, 2x, 4x, 8x.

    A/D triggers: External and software.

    System accuracy: 2 LSB (0.0030%) typical (SW calib., gain=1, 25°C).

    Data format: Straight binary or two’s compliment.

    Input overvoltage protection: Vss -20V to Vdd 40V with power on, -35V to 55V power off.

    Common mode rejection ratio (60Hz): 96dB typical.

    Channel-to-channel rejection ratio (60Hz): 96dB typical.

    IP Compliance (ANSI/VITA 4)

    Meets IP specifications per ANSI/VITA 4-1995.

    IP data transfer cycle types supported: Input/output (IOSel*), ID read (IDSel*), Interrupt select (INTSel*).

    Access times (8MHz clock):
    ID PROM read: 1 wait state (375ns cycle).
    I/O space read/write: 1 wait states.
    Interrupt select cycle read: 1 wait state.
    Mailbox I/O read: 1 wait state. 3 wait states if ongoing internal mail box write.

    Environmental

    Operating temperature: 0 to 70°C (IP330A) or -40 to 85°C (IP330AE model).

    Storage temperature: -55 to 100°C.

    Relative humidity: 5 to 95% non-condensing.

    MTBF: Consult factory.

    Power:
    +5V: 65mA typical, 200mA maximum.
    +12V: 14mA typical, 20mA maximum.
    -12V/-15V: 11mA typical,15mA maximum.

  • Features & Benefits

    • “Mailbox” memory eliminates scanning interruptions for optimum throughput.
    • Data register indicates new and missed (overwritten) data values in the mailbox.
    • Programmable interrupts simplify data acquisition by providing greater control.
    • 16-bit A/D converter (ADC)
    • 5µS conversion time (200KHz)
    • 16 differential or 32 single-ended inputs (±5V, ±10V, 0-5V, and 0-10V input ranges)
    • Individual channel mailbox with one or two storage buffer registers per channel
    • Programmable scan control
    • Four scanning modes
    • User-programmable interval timer
    • External trigger input and output
    • Programmable gain for individual channels
    • Post-conversion interrupts
    • 0 to 70°C (IP330A) or -40 to 85°C (IP330AE model)
  • Specs & Data Sheets

    Manuals

    IP330A User Manual (Log in to download the file)

    Known Difference Between IP330 and the IP330A (Log in to download the file)

    Drawings & Diagrams

  • Additional information

    Additional information

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    IP330A: 16 differential or 32 single-ended inputs., IP330AE: 16 differential or 32 single-ended inputs, extended temp. range