ECB Analog & Digital I/O (ADIO)

Introduction

The ECB ADIO board provides both Analog and Digital I/O capabilities, which can be used by builders to interface their RBC systems to external digital and analog systems. Additionally, 2 J-type thermocouple signal conditioners are included for reading of temperatures.

Main features of the board include:

  • 82C55 Parallel Interface chip for Digital Input & Digital Output
  • MAX158 8-channel, 8-bit ADC for Analog Input
    • 2x AD594 Thermocouple Signal Conditioning chips for interfacing J-Type thermocouples to the MAX158
  • DAC0832 1-channel, 8-bit DAC for Analog Output

Hardware Documentation

Board: diptrace_pcb_-_rbc_adio.pdf

Schematic: diptrace_schematic_-_rbc_adio.pdf

Manufacturing Files: FIXME Files not on old wiki FIXME

KiCAD Files: FIXME Files not on old wiki FIXME

Builder's Notes/Comments

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