High-resolution A/D boards
- A/D boards with various resolutions, channel numbers and speeds
- Up to 32 channels
- Resolution up to 16 bit
- Sample times 3.9 - 5.6 µs (16 bit)
A/D conversion is an element of most applications in rapid control prototyping and hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulation. In rapid control prototyping, sensors for pressure, temperature, or other signals provide analog voltages or currents. In HIL simulations, the electronic control unit provides analog voltages or currents that control the simulated actuators.
The A/D boards provide various channel numbers, resolutions, and speeds for you to choose from. The table below gives you an initial overview. All boards can be configured from Simulink® using Real-Time Interface. You can select the voltage range and the resolution separately for each channel or A/D converter.
Comparing All Boards
|Board||Channels||Resolution||Sample Time 1) (2 Channels)||Sample Time 1) (All Channels)|
|DS2002 Multi-Channel A/D Board||32 in||4, 8, 12, 16 bit, shortcycling||3.9 µs (16 bit)||66.9 µs (16 bit)|
|DS2003 Multi-Channel A/D Board||32 in||4, 8, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 bit, shortcycling||5.6 µs (16 bit)||56.6 µs (16 bit)|
1) Speed and timing specifications describe the capabilities of the hardware components and circuits of dSPACE products. Depending on the software complexity the attainable overall performance can deviate significantly from the hardware specification.