Computer Interfacing: A Practical Approach to Data Acquisition and Control
Prentice Hall Education, Career & Technology, 1995 - Technology & Engineering - 232 pages
Written for courses in Microcomputer, Computer Applications, Computer Interfacing or Peripherals. This book describes the use of standard off-the-shelf interfacing boards, the application of common personal computers, and specific practical interfacing and control applications.
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A/D converter acquisition and control analog input analog output analog signal analog voltage analog-to-digital analog-to-digital converter applications base address BASIC binary block diagram buffer cable chip circuit circuitry clock configured conio.h connected connector control register counter Courtesy current loop data acquisition decimal digital I/O board digital input digital output digital signals digital-to-analog converter DIP switch driver eight bits external function handshaking Holding Register I/O ports input port Intel interfacing boards interrupt Keithley MetraByte Corporation Latch load logic level microprocessor mode modules monitoring multifunction board operation output port output voltage Parms[0 personal computer PIO-12 board port address pressure processor produced provides range receiving device resistor resolution screen selected serial communications serial port shown in Figure solid-state relay specifications status register stop bits thermistor thermocouple time-of-day timer transducer transmission typical voltage volts wires