Boards for development and production

Cards for development are especially useful to help the developer save much time and money.

 
PCI  
 
    Type of Card  
Bus Type Application Additional Information
         
PCI-DEC2PCI PCI-Decoder chip Own development TQFP-208 case
Plug and Play PCI-Decoder
I/O Mode und Memory Mode
32 Bit Datenbreite und Interruptfähig
Realtime Interface - Direktzugriff von der Applikation auf die Register der Karte ( max. Datenrate 28MB/s )
Pro Chip ist eine Lizenz der QLIB QUANCOM Driver Library enthalten
CD-ROM enthält Software für Windows XP / 2000 / NT / 98 / 95 / 3.11 und DOS  More info...

         
PCIPROTOPCI Prototype card with 32 Bit in 3,3V/5V technology Development of PCI cards 32 bit data bus, IRQ and user-32 Bit I/O
PCI Chip is separately orderable and available ( QLIB Driver Library included )
Fast Realtime Interface
Large onboard soldering area for additional components
Up to 32 I/O ports decoded
Signals on board: IORD, IOWR, IRQ, A2 - A7, D0 - D31, RST ( PC Reset ), PCICLK, CLKOSC, + 3.3V, + 5 V, +12 V and -12 V,
  More info...

         
PCI-DEC3PCI PCI-Dekoder Baustein Eigene Entwicklungen TQFP-176 Gehäuse
Plug and Play PCI-Decoder
I/O Mode und Memory Mode
32 Bit Datenbreite und Interruptfähig
Realtime Interface - direct access from software to registers (max. 28MB/s)
One QUANCOM QLIB driver license per Chip included
Driver CD includes software and drivers for Windows XP / 2000 / NT / 98 / 95 / 3.11 und DOS
  More info...


Description:

The main properties of prototypingboards are the bus-decoder and a generous prototyping field (PCIPROTO, Proto1). The developer does not have to decode the bus but can start to arrange his circuit at once.


Usage:

These cards are very useful for the development and testing of new circuits.


Glossary:

Prototyping Field
The prototyping field is a field in which are holes in a screen of 2,54 mm (100mil) which allows you to put up standard sockets and components.

BUS- decoding
With the BUS-decoding existing adress fields are seperated to access many additional components.