Pickering Interfaces Introduces new 50-297 PCI Precision Resistor Card
All versions have software interfaces for all popular programming environments based on simple resistance calls for each channel, allowing users to just request the resistance value required. The modules include calibration data that enables the driver to select the nearest value of resistance available.
David Owen, Business Development Manager for Pickering Interfaces commented "These resistor modules are part of our expanding range of resistor simulation solutions. The availability of a solution in PCI allows users to select a high performance solution for applications best served by embedding the resistor simulator in a PC. The use of simple resistance calls for control greatly simplifies the user's task in simulating resistors accurately regardless of which version is chosen."
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Pickering Interfaces GmbH
Pickering Interfaces is a market innovator in signal switching and conditioning for a broad range of applications and architectures, with the largest range of switching modules in the industry for PXI, LXI, PCI, VXI and GPIB applications. Pickering Interfaces has provided solutions to both commercial and MIL/Aero applications. In addition, Pickering's range of instrumentation provides innovative test solutions to users and integrators of modular test systems. Pickering Interfaces operate globally with direct operations in the US, UK, Germany, Sweden, France , Czech Republic, and Engineering support in China, together with additional representation in countries throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia.
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