TTL-I/O

TTL-I/O cards switch external circuits from the PC or can record switching processes.

 
Ethernet  
 
    TTL-I/O
Bus Number of TTLs Type Module Additional Information
           
ETHTTL24USB 24 I/O ispMACH 2*32bit-counter
24-Channel Ethernet TTL-module
2x 32 Bit counter with max. 1MHz Input Frequency
CD-ROM with drivers for Windows 7 / Vista / XP / 2000 / Server 2k-2008 R2
Samples for Delphi, Visual Basic, Visual-C, C/C++, HPVee, Labview
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Description:

TTL conductions work bidirectional, can be used as input and output and can record data or control external devices. The inputs and outputs of the cards are controlled by software.


Usage:

TTL cards are used to switch digital circuits or to record switching processes.


Glossary:

TTL-I/O:
Digital input/output that are characterized by predefined voltages for switching on and off. Therefore they may only be used for controlling a electronic circuit.

TTL Signal:
A binary signal, that defines '1' as 5V and '0' as 0V. Other voltages (except specified inaccuracies) are not allowed to be used.