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Data Acquisition Cards with PCI Express

Our Data Acquisition Cards with PCI Express are used in various areas of industrial automation technology. Digital IO cards are used to monitor and control logic signals such as buttons, switches, relays, on/off, high/low and open/close. Analog data acquisition cards record or transmit analog signals and timer, counter and frequency cards measure pulse signals. 

IO Data Acquisition Card series with PCI Express from ICPDAS 

PEX IO card series: 8 to 64 digital inputs, 8 to 64 digital outputs, 4 to 16 analog outputs, 2 analog inputs 
PCIe IO card series: Analog and digital IOs in combination on one card

PCI Express - PCIe in industrial use 

PCI Express is a versatile and powerful memory bus standard that has revolutionized the way peripheral devices are connected to computers. With its high data transfer rates, efficient power supply and hot-swap capability, PCI Express has become an essential part of the industrial PC. 

PCI Express (Peripheral Component Interconnect Express), also known as PCIe or PCI-e, is a high-speed memory bus standard that was developed to replace the older PCI, PCI-X and AGP bus standards. It was introduced by Intel in 2003 and has since become the dominant memory bus standard for high-performance PCs in the industry.

Main features of PCI Express 

Serial communication: PCI Express uses a serial communication protocol that enables much higher data transfer rates than the parallel communication of older bus standards such as PCI. 

Point-to-point connections: Each PCI Express device is connected to the computer's motherboard or other expansion devices via a dedicated point-to-point connection. This eliminates the competition for bandwidth that can occur with shared bus systems. 

Hot-swap capability: PCI Express devices can be hot-plugged, meaning they can be inserted or removed while the computer is running. 

Efficient power supply: PCI Express supports efficient power saving features that can help reduce power consumption and improve the battery life of mobile devices.