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5801MF, 5802MF

AMERICAN DATA AQUISITION CORPORATION

5801MF, 5802MF

Card Type

Data Aquisition

Chip Set

Unidentified

Maximum Onboard Memory

Unidentified

I/O Options

Analog input, digital input

Hard Drives supported

None

Floppy drives supported

None

Data Bus

16-bit ISA

Card Size

Full-length

CONNECTIONS

Function

Label

Function

Label

40-pin header to 37-pin analog/digital signals connector via cable

J1

DAC1 bipolar offset selector

P5

40-pin header to 37-pin analog/digital signals connector via cable

J2

DAC1 range selector

P6

50-pin analog/digital signals connector

J8

A/D converter unipolar offset selector

P7

DAC0 unipolar offset selector

P1

A/D converter bipolar offset selector

P8

DAC0 bipolar offset selector

P2

A/D converter unipolar range selector

P9

DACO range selector

P3

A/D converter bipolar range selector

P10

DAC1 unipolar offset selector

P4

A/D converter zero selector

P11

ANALOG INPUT RANGE CONFIGURATION

Polarity

Range

JP1

JP2

Bipolar

-10V to +10V

Pins 1 & 2

Pins 1 & 2

 

Unipolar

0V to +10V

Pins 2 & 3

Pins 2 & 3

BASE I/O ADDRESS SELECTION

Setting

SW1/1

SW1/2

SW1/3

SW1/4

SW1/5

 

000h

Off

Off

Off

Off

Off

 

020h

Off

Off

Off

Off

On

 

040h

Off

Off

Off

On

Off

 

060h

Off

Off

Off

On

On

 

080h

Off

Off

On

Off

Off

120h

Off

On

Off

Off

On

 

360h

On

On

Off

On

On

 

380h

On

On

On

Off

Off

 

3A0h

On

On

On

Off

On

 

3C0h

On

On

On

On

Off

 

3E0h

On

On

On

On

On

Note:

A total of 32 base address settings are available. The switches are a binary representation of the decimal memory addresses. SW1/1 is the Most Significant Bit and jumper SW1/5 is the Least Significant Bit. The jumpers have the following decimal values: SW1/1=512, SW1/2=256, SW1/3=128, SW1/4=64, SW1/5=32. Turn off the switches and add the values of the switches to obtain the correct memory address. (On=1, 0ff=0)