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Innodisk launches digital input/output expansion cards suitable for industrial systems
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Innodisk, the service-driven provider of flash, memory and peripheral modules for industrial and embedded systems, has launched a new series of digital input/output expansion cards: the EMUI-0D01 series. These digital input/output expansion cards aim to fulfil the IoT communication needs of industrial systems, for example: sensors, alarms and switches. Innodisk's digital input/output expansion cards are designed with industrial standards in mind. They are equipped with 4 ports of 32-bit programmable digital input/output signals including 4 sets of external interrupt signals as a response to different needs.

These series expansion cards provide API, which supports Windows and Linux as well as test utilities and sample codes. Users can quickly verify the functionality of the card and easily integrate it into their applications. Furthermore, Innodisk USB interface Mini expansion cards support two types of installation. Users can install it using the Mini slot on the motherboard or, alternatively, via the USB pin header and the third mounting hole.

"We hope to give embedded system providers more flexibility with highly integrated hardware and software solutions. This will allow our customer to meet dynamic market in a much easier way," said Chico Hsiao, Innodisk product manager of the embedded peripherals division.

Product Information

The Innodisk digital input/output expansion card series is currently available. The EMUI-0D01 series is equipped with dual USB signal input, industrial-grade design, four ports of 32-bit programmable digital input/output signals and two flexible methods of installation. For additional information, please contact your local Innodisk sales representatives or distributors, or visit us at http://www.innodisk.com/.

Innodisk launches digital input/output expansion cards suitable for industrial systems

Innodisk launches digital input/output expansion cards suitable for industrial systems

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