PCIe GPIO 64622

All TAMS GPIO cards are supersets of, and fully compatible with, Agilent/HP GPIO interfaces.
Manufacturer: TAMS
£600.00

GPIO is a flexible parallel interface that allows a variety of custom connections. Although GPIO typically requires more time to configure than GPIB (HP-IB), its speed and versatility make it the perfect choice for many tasks.  We offer GPIO options for Windows and specific kernels of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.  All TAMS GPIO cards are supersets of, and fully compatible with, Agilent/HP GPIO interfaces. 

 

TAMS GPIO card supports hyperthreading and  multi-processor configurations.  Based on HP’s original definition of the 98622 GPIO standard,  TAMS GPIO is a superset of the HP/Agilent interfaces and meets all the original specifications.  You can use it with any application that was developed for the 98622, E2074, E2075 HP/Agilent cards or other TAMS GPIO cards.

The 64622 is the same circuit as the 62622 or 82622.  The only difference is that the 64622 includes software for both Windows and RHEL.

System Requirements:

Windows:

  • 32-bit or 64-bit Windows 7 & Vista, 32-bit XP 

  • 1 available PCI or PCIe slot

  • Agilent I/O Libraries for Windows Suite 14.0 or greater  
    (The Agilent I/O Libraries for Windows are not included.  Please see the SICL page for more info.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux: 

  • Specific kernel of Red Hat Enterprise Linux as listed here. 

  • 1 available PCI or PCIe slot

  • TAMS I/O Libraries for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 
    (The TAMS  I/O Libraries for RHEL are included.