iDDS is an embedded common application protocol for ”plug and play” data acquisition and control instruments. UEI supports iDDS and is a member of the iDDS Support Group along with these other industry-leading companies:
Other data interfaces (TCP/IP, UDP/IP, Modbus, OPC, etc.)
iDDS runs directly on our rugged and flexible hardware, opening up new possibilities to move the sensor and control data as close to the engine as possible. Watch our application video below to see this in action.
THE RIGHT SIGNALS FOR YOU iDDS APPLICATION
UEI knows how important it is to support all of your sensors and avionic interfaces in the system. That is why we offer an extensive list of I/O boards to make your development and testing safer, faster, easier and more cost effective.
WIDE ARRAY OF I/O & AVIONICS BOARDS
Current – Sink/Source
EXTENSIVE SOFTWARE SUPPORT
Many other Languages and OSs supported
UEI offers over 85+ I/O boards to support all your data acquisition, test and control application needs.
WHY USE UEI FOR iDDS?
Ability to simulate and read wide range of values for variables. This enables customers to find failure points with a great degree of accuracy.
Harsh condition tested - Enables boards to go wherever they are needed:
-40 to 85º C
High level of channel isolation to ensure accuracy up to 350 VRMS.
Extremely versatile can be used with a wide range of operating systems and programming languages.
Decrease costs by not needing to use a real plant with the embedded system.
Scalable due to wide range of chassis available allowing for an increase in boards that all can work together.
Precise synchronization between chassis using PTP IEEE 1588.
Learn more about iDDS from UEI's Master Class series video:
In this webinar, MDS Aero Support's Don Pereira provides an in-depth look at the new iDDS standard. Takeaways for this presentation include: understanding why iDDS was developed; the benefits for vendors, DAS suppliers and end users; and applying telecom industry principles for managing an instro network.
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