Searching \ for '[OT]Who is the ADC industry standard for ISA and P' in subject line. ()
Make payments with PayPal - it's fast, free and secure! Help us get a faster server
FAQ page: www.piclist.com/techref/io/atod.htm?key=adc
Search entire site for: 'Who is the ADC industry standard for ISA and P'.

Exact match. Not showing close matches.
PICList Thread
'[OT]Who is the ADC industry standard for ISA and P'
2006\01\01@173511 by Wallace Yang

picon face
Happy New Year PicList members!

I'm looking for a single-channel analog to digital
converter that can go into the PCI or ISA slot on the
motherboard.  Its sampling rate needs to be maybe in
the MHz range.  I'm not too picky about the
resolution.  I know there's a lot of ADCs out there,
but most of them have far more capabilities than I
require (e.g. many more channels, too fast sampling
rate) making it quite expansive.  Many companies don't
even list their prices.  Would anyone know of the
industry leader in the ADC industry for ISA or PCI who
should be able to provide me with only what I need?

Thanks in advance,

Wallace
spam_OUTyangres2002TakeThisOuTspamrogers.com

2006\01\01@224100 by Mike Hord

picon face
> I'm looking for a single-channel analog to digital
> converter that can go into the PCI or ISA slot on the
> motherboard.  Its sampling rate needs to be maybe in
> the MHz range.  I'm not too picky about the
> resolution.  I know there's a lot of ADCs out there,
> but most of them have far more capabilities than I
> require (e.g. many more channels, too fast sampling
> rate) making it quite expansive.  Many companies don't
> even list their prices.  Would anyone know of the
> industry leader in the ADC industry for ISA or PCI who
> should be able to provide me with only what I need?

National Instruments?

They seem to be pretty popular.

Mike H.

2006\01\02@131829 by Vasile Surducan

face picon face
In the past two or three weeks I have licked the whole internet world
by searching an appropiate SPI AD converter. The AD converters world
is soo huge, I say there isn't an industrial standard for ISA neither
for PCI.

You are probably searching for a parallel output converter, somewhere between
10Ms/s and 35Ms/s (assuming no FIFO is used between the AD and PC card).

Any of these producers will fit with your requirements: Analog Devices
(expensive but high quality), National Semiconductors (nice), Maxim
(huge numbers of AD),
Linear Technology and Texas Instruments (maybe many others).

Maybe you need a differential input AD? Or just a pseudo differential
one. Or a ratiometric input? Sample and hold, succesive
approximations. 8 to 18 bits. 24 bit if sigma-delta conversion. Codec
or audio AD converters. etc.

So, I don't think someone may claim: this is the industrial standard
and no other !

cheers,
Vasile

On 1/2/06, Wallace Yang <.....yangres2002KILLspamspam@spam@rogers.com> wrote:
{Quote hidden}

> -

2006\01\03@222647 by Wallace Yang

picon face
I'm looking for an analog to digital converter that
will fit onto the motherboard and comes with some
libraries probably in C/C++ that will enable me to
determine the analog voltage input.  8-bits, and
10Ms/s is enough.  I will certainly give Analog
Devices, Maxim, National Semiconductors, Linear
Technology, and Texas Instruments a try.  Thank you
for your suggestions.

Wallace

--------------------------------------------------------------

In the past two or three weeks I have licked the whole
internet world
by searching an appropiate SPI AD converter. The AD
converters world
is soo huge, I say there isn't an industrial standard
for ISA neither
for PCI.

You are probably searching for a parallel output
converter, somewhere
between
10Ms/s and 35Ms/s (assuming no FIFO is used between
the AD and PC
card).

Any of these producers will fit with your
requirements: Analog Devices
(expensive but high quality), National Semiconductors
(nice), Maxim
(huge numbers of AD),
Linear Technology and Texas Instruments (maybe many
others).

Maybe you need a differential input AD? Or just a
pseudo differential
one. Or a ratiometric input? Sample and hold,
succesive
approximations. 8 to 18 bits. 24 bit if sigma-delta
conversion. Codec
or audio AD converters. etc.

So, I don't think someone may claim: this is the
industrial standard
and no other !

cheers,
Vasile

On 1/2/06, Wallace Yang <.....yangres2002KILLspamspam.....rogers.com>
wrote:
> Happy New Year PicList members!
>
> I'm looking for a single-channel analog to digital
> converter that can go into the PCI or ISA slot on
the
> motherboard.  Its sampling rate needs to be maybe in
> the MHz range.  I'm not too picky about the
> resolution.  I know there's a lot of ADCs out there,
> but most of them have far more capabilities than I
> require (e.g. many more channels, too fast sampling
> rate) making it quite expansive.  Many companies
don't
> even list their prices.  Would anyone know of the
> industry leader in the ADC industry for ISA or PCI
who
> should be able to provide me with only what I need?
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> Wallace
> EraseMEyangres2002spam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTrogers.com
> -

2006\01\04@015720 by Mike Singer

picon face
Wallace Yang wrote:
> I'm looking for a single-channel analog to digital
> converter that can go into the PCI or ISA slot on the
> motherboard.  Its sampling rate needs to be maybe in
> the MHz range.

Why not PCI Express. 915 motherboards are cheap.
Google with "PCI Express" "Data acquisition".

69 900 links


www.engineeringtalk.com/indexes/categorybrowseid.html
http://www.electronicsweekly.com/Articles/2005/11/11/36812/PCIExpressbreakstestbottleneck.htm

Mike.

2006\01\04@020136 by Mike Singer

picon face
> Google with "PCI Express" "Data acquisition".

Also
"PCI Express" "Data logger"

Mike.

2006\01\04@093106 by alan smith

picon face
Guess this begs the question....are you trying to tie into IMPI on the motherboard or having some sort of independent interface?  Often on motherboards, I2C is used to collect analog voltages and temps.  Look around on the MB itself, and you will find a sprinkling of these on them.  We use I2C as a standard on ours.

Wallace Yang <yangres2002spamspam_OUTrogers.com> wrote:  I'm looking for an analog to digital converter that
will fit onto the motherboard and comes with some
libraries probably in C/C++ that will enable me to
determine the analog voltage input. 8-bits, and
10Ms/s is enough. I will certainly give Analog
Devices, Maxim, National Semiconductors, Linear
Technology, and Texas Instruments a try. Thank you
for your suggestions.

Wallace

--------------------------------------------------------------

In the past two or three weeks I have licked the whole
internet world
by searching an appropiate SPI AD converter. The AD
converters world
is soo huge, I say there isn't an industrial standard
for ISA neither
for PCI.

You are probably searching for a parallel output
converter, somewhere
between
10Ms/s and 35Ms/s (assuming no FIFO is used between
the AD and PC
card).

Any of these producers will fit with your
requirements: Analog Devices
(expensive but high quality), National Semiconductors
(nice), Maxim
(huge numbers of AD),
Linear Technology and Texas Instruments (maybe many
others).

Maybe you need a differential input AD? Or just a
pseudo differential
one. Or a ratiometric input? Sample and hold,
succesive
approximations. 8 to 18 bits. 24 bit if sigma-delta
conversion. Codec
or audio AD converters. etc.

So, I don't think someone may claim: this is the
industrial standard
and no other !

cheers,
Vasile

On 1/2/06, Wallace Yang
wrote:
> Happy New Year PicList members!
>
> I'm looking for a single-channel analog to digital
> converter that can go into the PCI or ISA slot on
the
> motherboard. Its sampling rate needs to be maybe in
> the MHz range. I'm not too picky about the
> resolution. I know there's a lot of ADCs out there,
> but most of them have far more capabilities than I
> require (e.g. many more channels, too fast sampling
> rate) making it quite expansive. Many companies
don't
> even list their prices. Would anyone know of the
> industry leader in the ADC industry for ISA or PCI
who
> should be able to provide me with only what I need?
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> Wallace
> @spam@yangres2002KILLspamspamrogers.com
> -

More... (looser matching)
- Last day of these posts
- In 2006 , 2007 only
- Today
- New search...