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8-Channel, 16-bit, 100 kS/s per channel, 40V High-Voltage Analog Output Board

DNx-AO-308-353, DNA-AO-308-353, DNR-AO-308-353, DNF-AO-308-353


  • 8 analog output channels (independent DACs)
  • 16-bit resolution
  • 100kHz per channel max update rate
  • ±40V output range, ±5 mA per channel
  • Glitch-free output
  • Per-channel offset and gain calibration
  • Simultaneous update across all channels
  • Requires external ±45V power source or can be powered internally using the DNA-PC-913 power conversion layer
8-Channel, 16-bit, 100 kS/s per channel, 40V High-Voltage Analog Output Board
Product Style: What do the "DNx" prefixes mean? "DNA" prefix is for a Cube & MIL Cube Board, "DNR" prefix is for a Rack & MIL Rack Board , and "DNF" prefix is for a FLATRACK board.
Software/Programming: How UEI solutions are used. Hosted - Connected to a PC with Windows, Linux, QNX, VxWorks, RTX, or similar OS. Hosted also is for OPC-UA, Modbus and EtherCAT. Standalone - Controller with Linux or VxWorks OS, Simulink I/O Target or UEILogger. Available options for this product are shown in the drop down menu.
Quantity: 1650
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DNx-AO-308-353, DNA-AO-308-353, DNR-AO-308-353, DNF-AO-308-353

DNx-AO-308-353 is a true 16-bit, 8-channel high-voltage analog output board (layer) for PowerDNx. DNx-AO-308-353 is capable of outputting ±40V with maximum current of ±5mA per channel.



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  • UEIModbus

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