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PXIe-4330 Pinout

    Last Modified: March 20, 2017

    Module Connector

    Front Connector Diagram Pin Number Column A Column B Column C Channel
    32 AIGND EX+ AI+ 0
    31 QTR/SC EX- AI-
    30 QTR/SC RS- RS+
    29 AIGND EX+ AI+ 1
    28 QTR/SC EX- AI-
    27 QTR/SC RS- RS+
    26 AIGND EX+ AI+ 2
    25 QTR/SC EX- AI-
    24 QTR/SC RS- RS+
    23 AIGND EX+ AI+ 3
    22 QTR/SC EX- AI-
    21 QTR/SC RS- RS+
    20 DGND T0+ T1+ No Channel 5
    19 T3+ T0- T1-
    18 T3- T2- T2+
    17 DGND T4+ T5+
    16 T7+ T4- T5-
    15 T7- T6- T6+
    14 AIGND EX+ AI+ 4
    13 QTR/SC EX- AI-
    12 QTR/SC RS- RS+
    11 AIGND EX+ AI+ 5
    10 QTR/SC EX- AI-
    9 QTR/SC RS- RS+
    8 AIGND EX+ AI+ 6
    7 QTR/SC EX- AI-
    6 QTR/SC RS- RS+
    5 AIGND EX+ AI+ 7
    4 QTR/SC EX- AI-
    3 QTR/SC RS- RS+
    2 RSVD DGND RSVD No Channel

    TB-4330 Pinout

    Table 1. Signal Descriptions
    Signal Description


    Analog input ground.

    AI<0..7>+, AI<0..7>-

    Analog Input Channels AI+ and AI- are the positive and negative inputs of the differential analog channel.


    These pins provide the connection point for quarter-bridge completion and shunt calibration.

    EX<0..7>+, EX<0..7>–

    Provides the differential bridge excitation voltage.

    RS<0..7>+, RS<0..7>–

    Remote Sense Input—The remote sense pins sense the actual voltage applied to the bridge.

    T<0..7>+, T<0..7>–

    TEDS Sensor Digital Communication Lines—T+ is the postive reference for TEDS communication. T- is the negative reference for TEDS communication; it is internally connected to the module digital ground.


    Digital Ground—This terminal supplies the reference for module digital signals and is connected to the module digital ground.


    These pins are reserved for communication with the accessory.

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