• 104-II32-4RO
  • PC/104 32 isolated input, 4 electro-mechanical relay output, change of state detection
  • Contact ratings 24VDC @ 1A and 115VAC @ 0.5A
  • +5V power with onboard 0.5A resettable fuse for external circuits
  • 32 Optically Isolated Non-Polarized digital inputs
  • Change of State (COS) Detection
  • Interrupt Sharing
  • More Features
  • Description
  • Specifications
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  • Model 104-II32-4RO is a 36-channel PC/104 utility board featuring 32 fully optically isolated digital inputs and four handy relay outputs. The inputs may be driven by either DC sources of 3-31V (or higher by special order) or AC sources at frequencies of 40Hz to 10KHz. Optically isolating the digital inputs from each other, and from the computer, assures smooth, error-free data transmission in noisy, real-world environments. All I/O connections are made via one 34-pin and one 50-pin right angle header (vertical headers available upon request).

    The 104-II32-4RO Features Include:
    • Contact ratings 24VDC @ 1A and 115VAC @ 0.5A
    • +5V power with onboard 0.5A resettable fuse for external circuits
    • 32 Optically Isolated Non-Polarized digital inputs
    • Change of State (COS) Detection
    • Interrupt Sharing
    • to 31 Volt AC or DC Signals
    • Switchable Slow/Fast Filters
    • Schmitt Trigger buffers
    • 4 Form C (NC, NO, C) SPDT Relays
  • Specification
  • Value
  • Bus Interface/Form factor
  • PC/104
  • No of Digital I/O
  • 32 Isolated in, 4 Relay out
  • Output Type
  • SPDT electro-mechanical relays
  • Input Source Current/Isolation
  • 31VDC/AC
  • Sink Current/Relay Rating
  • 1A 60VDC/0.5A 120VAC
  • Change of State Detection on input
  • Yes
  • Counter/Timers
  • -
  • Connectors
  • 1xIDC 50, 1xIDC 34
  • Size
  • PC/104
  • Power Requirements
  • Bus powered
  • Data Sheets (pdf)
  • Technical Manuals (pdf)
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  • Part Numbers
  • 104-II32-4RO
  • PC/104 32 isolated input, 4 electro-mechanical relay output, change of state detection