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PXI-6528 Pinout

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    Last Modified: March 21, 2017

    Table 1. Signal Descriptions
    Signal Direction Description

    P0.<0..7>+, P0.<0..7>–

    Input

    Isolated Input Port 0 Terminals—Take measurements at the positive terminal. A logic high (data bit of 1) indicates sufficient input voltage and current are present. The negative terminal serves as the reference from which the port line is measured.

    P1.<0..7>+, P1.<0..7>–

    Input

    Isolated Input Port 1 Terminals—Take measurements at the positive terminal. A logic high (data bit of 1) indicates sufficient input voltage and current are present. The negative terminal serves as the reference from which the port line is measured.

    P2.<0..7>+, P2.<0..7>–

    Input

    Isolated Input Port 2 Terminals—Take measurements at the positive terminal. A logic high (data bit of 1) indicates sufficient input voltage and current are present. The negative terminal serves as the reference from which the port line is measured.

    +5 V

    Output

    +5 V Power Source Provides +5 VDC power. These terminals are not isolated.

    GND

    Ground—These terminals are connected to the computer ground reference. These terminals are not isolated.

    P3.<0..7>+, P3.<0..7>–

    Output

    Isolated Output Port 3 First and Second Terminals—The positive terminal is the first of two terminals of a bi-directional solid-state relay. The connection is complete when the relay is closed. The connection is broken when the relay is open. A logic low (data bit of 0) closes the relay. The negative terminal is the second of two terminals of a bi-directional solid-state relay. A logic low (data bit of 0) closes the relay.

    P4.<0..7>+, P4.<0..7>–

    Output

    Isolated Output Port 4 First and Second Terminals—The positive terminal is the first of two terminals of a bi-directional solid-state relay. The connection is complete when the relay is closed. The connection is broken when the relay is open. A logic low (data bit of 0) closes the relay. The negative terminal is the second of two terminals of a bi-directional solid-state relay. A logic low (data bit of 0) closes the relay.

    P5.<0..7>+, P5.<0..7>–

    Output

    Isolated Output Port 5 First and Second Terminals—The positive terminal is the first of two terminals of a bi-directional solid-state relay. The connection is complete when the relay is closed. The connection is broken when the relay is open. A logic low (data bit of 0) closes the relay. The negative terminal is the second of two terminals of a bi-directional solid-state relay. A logic low (data bit of 0) closes the relay.


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