The I-7088 has 8 PWM output channels and 8 counter inputs
and can be used to develop powerful and cost effective analog
control systems. PWM (Pulse width modulation) is a powerful
technique for controlling analog circuits that uses digital outputs
to generate a waveform with variant Duty Cycle (The fraction of
time that a system is in an "active" state) and frequency to control
analog circuits and can be used to control the position/speed of
motors, dim the brightness of lamps, control the speed of fans, etc.
The I-7088 will also automatically save the counter value to
EEPROM if the power supply is interrupted or lost.
- Automatic hardware generation of PWM outputs without
- 1Hz ~ 500KHz PWM output frequency with 0.1%~99.9%
- Software and hardware trigger mode for PWM output
- Individual and synchronous PWM output. Using software trigger mode, you can set the configuration for
all PWM channels then trigger them individually or all of
them at the same time.
- Burst mode PWM operation for standby
- DI channel can be configured as either a simple digital input
channel or a hardware trigger source for the PWM output.
- Controlling the position/speed of motors
- Dimming the brightness of lamps
- Controlling the speed of fans