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Advantech Introduces PCIe-1744

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Advantech Introduces PCIe-1744

The Industrial Automation Group of Advantech has introduced the PCIe-1744 4-channel, 12-bit, analog data acquisition card with PCI express interface.  The PCIe-1744 is capable of handling analog-to-digital sampling simultaneously and independently on all four channels. 

The PCIe-1744 features multiple trigger modes. A 30MHz sampling rate is achieved with independent A/D converters for each of the four analog input channels.  Large sample FIFO buffers per channel help ensure all readings are securely captured, according to the company.

PCIe are structured around point-to-point serial links, a pair of which (one in each direction) make up a lane; rather than a shared parallel bus. These lanes are routed by a hub on the main-board acting as a crossbar switch. This behavior allows more than one pair of devices to communicate with each other at the same time. 

For more information, visit Advantech.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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