ADLINK Technology Inc. announces the release of the PCI-9221, a low-cost multi-function 16-bit resolution DAQ card featuring a sampling rate up to 250kS/s. The PCI-9221 also provides a programmable I/O supporting digital I/O (TTL), general-purpose timer/counters, motor encoder inputs, and PWM (pulse width modulation) outputs for simple motion control. The PCI-9221 is the first ADLINK DAQ card to combine data acquisition and motion control, providing an optimal combination of analog and digital I/O with motion control capabilities for test and measurement system integrators and laboratories.
The PCI-9221 card offers two 16-bit analog outputs that are suitable for applications requiring DC voltage output control. A single button auto-calibration feature ensures reliable performance and accurate measurements, regardless of the environment. The PCI-9221 card comes with a powerful WDM driver for C/C++, VB, Delphi, C++ Builder, and .NET programming languages and full device drivers for MATLAB(R) and LabVIEW(R).
About ADLINK Technology
ADLINK Technology is a leading manufacturer of high-performance, high-quality PC-based add-on cards for the test & measurement, automation and process control industries. ADLINK is also quickly emerging as a leader in industrial computing products with innovative passive backplane and CompactPCI platforms. ADLINK products are globally marketed through direct sales offices for OEM customers and an extensive network of worldwide sales channels.
The company has over 30% of its employees in research and development for the following product groups:
- Test & Measurement: NuDAQ Series of ISA/PCI/cPCI/USB data acquisition and communication cards, NuDAM Series of remote data acquisition modules and DAQBench Active X Controls for visual programming and control.
- Automation: Motion controllers in cPCI/PCI/PC104 form factors and wire-saving high-speed I/O technology for real-time control applications.
- Computer & Communication: CompactPCI and PXI computing platforms in both 3U and 6U form factors and PICMG single board computers in half and full-size versions.