Advantech PCI-1731 User`s manual
PCI-1752/54/56
Quick Start
Unpacking
Hardware Installation
The PCI-1752/54/56 package should contain the
following items:
Step 1: Turn off your computer and unplug the
power cord and cables
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Step 2: Remove the cover of your computer
PCI-1752/54/56 card
Companion CD-ROM disc
User’s Manual
Quick Start
Driver Installation
Step 1: Insert the companion disc into your CDROM drive.
Step 2: The Setup Program will be launched
automatically, and you’ll see the
following Setup Screen.
Step 3: Remove the slot cover on the back panel
of your computer
Step 4: Touch the metal part of your computer
chassis to discharge static electricity on
your body
Step 5: Adjust DIP switch SW1 on board ti set
the card’s board ID.
Step 6: Insert the PCI-1752/54/56 card into a
PCI slot. Hold the card only by its edges
and carefully align it with the slot, then
insert the card firmly into place. Use of
excessive force must be avoided
otherwise the card might be damaged.
Step 7: Fasten the bracket of the PCI card on
the back panel rail of the computer with
screws
Step 8: Connect appropriate accessories (100pin cable, wiring terminals, etc., if
necessary) to the PCI card.
Step 9: Replace the cover of your computer
chassis. Re-connect the cables you
removed in step 2.
Select the DLL Drivers installation
option. (If autoplay is not enabled, please
use Windows Explorer or Windows Run
command to execute setup.exe on CDROM).
Step 3: Select the Windows 95/98 or Windows
NT option according to your operating
system.
Step 4: Follow the installation instructions step
by step to complete your DLL driver
setup.
Step10:Plug in the power cord and turn on the
computer
Verifying your Installation
w Access the Device Manager through the
Control Panel/System/Device Manager. On the
Device Manager tab of the System Property
sheet, you can see the Device Name of the
PCI-1752/54/56 listed on it.
Device Installation
Step 1: Run the Device Installation program (by
accessing Start/Programs/ Advantech
Driver for 95 and 98 (or for NT)/Device
Installation).
Step 5: After selecting a device and click OK,
the Device Setting dialog box will pop
up. You can configure various settings
for the selected device.
Step 6: After you have finished configuring of
the device, click OK and the device will
appear in the Installed Devices box as
seen below:
Step 2: On the Device Installation program
window, select the Setup menu item on
the menu bar, and click the Device
command to bring up the I/O Device
Installation dialog box as below:
Step 3: Click the Add>> button and the List of
Devices box appears below the original
Installed Devices box on the dialog box.
Step 7: After your card is properly installed and
configured, you can click the Test button
to test your hardware.
Step 8: You can test your hardware by using the
testing utility we supplied. For more
detailed information, please refer to
Chapter 2 of the User’s Manual .
Step 4: Scroll down the List of Devices box to
find the device that you wish to
configure, then click the Install button
to bring up the Device Found(s) dialog
box as shown below:
Copyright
This documentation and the software included with this product are copyrighted
2000 by Advantech Co., Ltd. All rights are reserved. Advantech Co., Ltd. reserves
the right to make improvements in the products described in this manual at any
time without notice.
No part of this manual may be reproduced, copied, translated or transmitted in
any form or by any means without the prior written permission of Advantech Co.,
Ltd. Information provided in this manual is intended to be accurate and reliable.
However, Advantech Co., Ltd. assumes no responsibility for its use, nor for any
infringements of the rights of third parties which may result from its use.
Acknowledgments
PC-LabCard is a trademark of Advantech Co., Ltd. IBM and PC are trademarks of
International Business Machines Corporation. MS-DOS, Windows®, Microsoft®
Visual C++ and Visual BASIC are trademarks of Microsoft® Corporation. Intel®
and Pentium® are trademarks of Intel Corporation. Delphi and C++Builder are
trademarks of Inprise Corporation.
CE notification
The PCI-1752/1754/1756, developed by ADVANTECH CO., LTD., has passed the
CE test for environmental specifications when shielded cables are used for
external wiring. We recommend the use of shielded cables. This kind of cable is
available from Advantech.
Please contact your local supplier for ordering information.
On-line Technical Support
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Part No. 2003175400
1st Edition
Printed in Taiwan
April 2000
Contents
1. Introduction ............................................................................. 1
1.1
Features ........................................................................................................ 1
1.2
Installation Guide ......................................................................................... 6
1.3
Accessories .................................................................................................. 6
2. Installation ............................................................................... 7
2.1
Unpacking .................................................................................................... 7
2.2
Driver Installation ......................................................................................... 8
2.3
Hardware Installation ................................................................................... 9
2.4
Device Setup & Configuration ................................................................... 12
2.5
Device Testing ............................................................................................ 16
3. Signal Connections .............................................................. 19
3.1
I/O Connector Pin Assignment .................................................................. 19
3.2
Location of Jumpers and DIP switch .......................................................... 19
3.3
Isolated Digital Input Connections ............................................................ 27
3.4
Isolated Digital Output Connections .......................................................... 28
3.5
Field Wiring Considerations ....................................................................... 29
4. Operation ............................................................................. 31
4.1
Interrupt Function ...................................................................................... 31
4.2
Board ID ..................................................................................................... 33
4.3
Channel-Freeze Function ............................................................................ 34
Appendix A Specifications....................................................... 37
Appendix B Block Diagram ..................................................... 39
Appendix C Register Structure and Format ........................... 43
C.1
Overview.................................................................................................... 43
C.2
I/O Port Address Map ............................................................................... 43
C.3
PCI-1752 Register Format ........................................................................... 44
C.4
PCI-1754 Register Format ........................................................................... 45
C.5
PCI-1756 Register Format ........................................................................... 46
Appendix D ADAM-3951 Pin Assignment ............................... 47
Figures
Figure 1-1:
Installation Flow Chart ..................................................................... 5
Figure 2-1:
The Setup Screen of Advantech Automation Software ..................... 8
Figure 2-2:
Different options for Driver Setup ..................................................... 9
Figure 2-3:
The device name listed on the Device Manager .............................. 11
Figure 2-4:
The “exclamation mark” (!) on the device name indicating
improper installation of the card ..................................................... 11
Figure 2-5:
The Advantech Device Installation utility program .......................... 12
Figure 2-6:
The I/O Device Installation dialog box ............................................ 13
Figure 2-7:
Selecting the device you want to install ......................................... 13
Figure 2-8:
The “Device(s) Found” dialog box .................................................. 14
Figure 2-9:
The Device Setting dialog box of PCI-1752 .................................... 14
Figure 2-10: The Device Setting dialog box of PCI-1754 .................................... 14
Figure 2-11: The Device Name appearing on the list of devices box .................. 15
Figure 2-12: PCI-1754 Digital Input tab on the Device Test dialog box ............... 16
Figure 2-13: PCI-1754 Digital Input tab on the Device Test dialog box ............... 17
Figure 2-14: PCI-1752 Digital Output tab on the Device Test dialog box ............ 17
Figure 4-1:
The device No. and board ID on dialog box .................................... 34
Figure 4-2:
The wiring in wet/dry contact input mode ...................................... 36
Tables
Table 1-1: PCI-1752/1754/1756 Features Comparison ....................................... 4
Table 3-1: PCI-1752 I/O Connector Signal Description ..................................... 21
Table 3-2: PCI-1754 I/O Connector Signal Description ..................................... 23
Table 3-3: PCI-1756 I/O Connector Signal Description ..................................... 25
Table 3-4: JP1: Power on configuration after hot reset ..................................... 28
Table 4-1: Interrupt control register bit map ...................................................... 31
Table 4-2: Latch port data disable/enable control bit ........................................ 32
Table 4-3: Interrupt disable/enable control bit values ........................................ 32
Table 4-4: Interrupt triggering edge control bit values ....................................... 32
Table 4-5: Interrupt flag bit values .................................................................... 33
Table 4-6: Board ID register ............................................................................. 33
Table 4-7: Board ID setting .............................................................................. 34
Table 4-8: JP2: Channel-Freeze function input mode ....................................... 35
Table 4-9: Channel-Freeze function register ..................................................... 36
Table 4-10: Channel-Freeze function bit value .................................................... 36
Chapter 1
Chapter
1. Introduction
Thank you for buying the Advantech PCI-1752/1754/1756 DAS card.
The Advantech PCI-1752/1754/1756 DAS card is a powerful data
acquisition (DAS) card for the PCI bus. It features a unique circuit
design and complete functions for data acquisition and control. PCI1752/1754/1756 DAS card provides specific functions for different user
requirements:
PCI-1752 64-channel Isolated Digital Output card
PCI-1754 64-channel Isolated Digital Input Card
PCI-1756 32/32-channel Isolated Digital I/O DAS card
The following sections of this chapter will provide further information
about features of the DAS cards, a Quick Start for installation, together
with some brief information on software and accessories for the PCI1752/1754/1756 DAS card.
1.1 Features
The Advantech PCI-1752/1754/1756 DAS card provides users with the
most requested measurement and control functions as seen below:
PCI-1752 DAS card
q 64 isolated digital output channels
q High-voltage isolation on output channels (2,500 VDC )
q Wide output range (5 ~ 40 VDC )
q High-sink current for isolated output channels (200 mA max./
channel)
q Board ID
q Output status read-back
q Digital output value retained after hot system reset
q Channel-Freeze function
q Output status read-back
q Provides convenient wiring terminal module with LED indicators for
DIN-rail mounting
q High-density 100-pin SCSI connector
PCI-1754 DAS card
q 64 isolated digital input channels
q High-voltage isolation for input channels (2,500 VDC )
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q Wide input range (10 ~ 50 VDC)
q High ESD protection (2,000 VDC )
q High over-voltage protection (70 VDC )
q Board ID
q Interrupt handling capability
q Provides convenient wiring terminal module with LED indicators for
DIN-rail mounting
q High-density 100-pin SCSI connector
PCI-1756 DAS card
q 32/32 isolated digital input/output channels
q High-voltage isolation for input/output channels (2,500 VDC )
q Wide input range (10 ~ 50 VDC )
q Wide output range (5 ~ 40 VDC )
q High-sink current on isolated output channels (200 mA max./
channel)
q High over-voltage protection (70 VDC ) for input channels
q High ESD protection (2,000 VDC ) for input channels
q Board ID
q Output status read-back for output channels
q Digital output value retained after hot system reset
q Channel-Freeze function for output channels
q Interrupt handling capability
q Provides convenient wiring terminal module with LED indicators for
DIN-rail mounting
q High-density 100-pin SCSI connector
The Advantech PCI-1752/1754/1756 DAS card offers the following
main features:
Robust Protection (PCI-1752/1754/1756)
The PCI-1752/1754/1756 features a robust isolation protection for
applications in industrial, lab and machinery automation. The PCI-1752/
1754/1756 can durably withstand a voltage up to 2,500 VDC, preventing
your host system from any incidental harms. The PCI-1754/1756, if
connected to an external input source with surge-protection, can offer
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up to a maximum of 2,000 VDC ESD (Electrostatic Discharge) protection
for input channels. Even with an input voltage rising up to 70 VDC, the
input channels of PCI-1754/1756 can still manage to work properly
albeit only for a short period of time.
Wide Input/Output Range (PCI-1752/1754/1756)
The PCI-1754/1756 has a wide range of input voltage from 10 to 50 VDC,
and it is suitable for most industrial applications with 12 VDC, 24 VDC
and 48 VDC input voltage. The PCI-1752/1756 also features a wide
output voltage range from 5 to 40 VDC, suitable for most industrial
applications with 12 VDC / 24 VDC output voltage. In the mean time, we
are also ready to serve your special needs for specific input/output
voltage range. Do not hesitate to ask us about tailoring our standard
products to meet your specifications. All these merits make PCI-1752/
1754/1756 the best choice for industrial applications.
Board ID Setting (PCI-1752/1754/1756)
The PCI-1752/1754/1756 has a built-in DIP switch that helps define
each card’s ID when multiple cards have been installed on the same PC
chassis. The board ID setting function is very useful when users build
their system with multiple PCI-1752/1754/1756 cards. With correct
Board ID settings, you can easily identify and access each card during
hardware configuration and software programming.
Channel-Freeze Function (PCI-1752/1756)
The PCI-1752/1756 provides Channel-Freeze function, which can be
enabled either in dry contact or wet contact mode (selectable by the
on-board jumper). When the Channel-Freeze function is enabled, the
last status of each digital output channel will be safely kept for
emergency use. Moreover, you can enable this function through
software as it is useful in software simulation and testing program.
Reset Protection (PCI-1752/1756)
When the system has undergone a hot reset (i.e. without turning off
the system power), the PCI-1752/1756 can either retain outputs values
of each channel, or return to its default configuration as open status,
depending on its on-board jumper setting. This function protects the
system from wrong operations during unexpected system resets.
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PCI-1752/1754/1756 Features Comparison
PCI-Bus Isolated Digital I/O Card
PCI-1752
PCI-1754
PCI-1756
64 IDO Channels
✓
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64 IDI Channels
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✓
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32 IDI/ 32 IDO Channels
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✓
Board ID
✓
✓
✓
2,500 VDC Isolation
✓
✓
✓
Wide Input Range 10 ~ 50VDC
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✓
✓
Wide Output Range 5 ~ 40VDC
✓
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✓
Keep last status after hot reset
✓
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✓
High-Sink Current (200 mA/Ch) on IDO
Channels
✓
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✓
High Over-Voltage Protection
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✓
✓
2,000 VDC ESD Protection
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✓
✓
Output Status Readback
✓
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✓
Channel-Freeze Function
✓
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✓
Interrupt Handling
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✓
✓
Wiring Terminal Module with LEDs
✓
✓
✓
100-pin SCSI-II Connector
✓
✓
✓
Table 1-1 PCI-1752/1754/1756 Features Comparison
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Install Driver from CD-ROM, then power-off PC
Install Hardware and power-on PC
Use driver utility to configure hardware
Use test utility to test hardware
Read examples & driver manual
Start to write your own application
Fig. 1-1 Installation Flow Chart
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1.2 Installation Guide
Before you install your PCI-1752/1754/1756 card, please make sure you
have the following necessary components:
q PCI-1752/1754/1756 isolated digital I/O card
q PCI-1752/1754/1756 User’s Manual
q Driver software
Advantech DLL drivers
(included in the companion CD-ROM)
q Wiring cable
PCL-10250
q Wiring board
ADAM-3951
q Computer
Personal computer or workstation with a
PCI-bus slot (running Windows 95/98/NT)
After you get the necessary components and maybe some accessories
for enhanced operation for your DAS card, you can then begin the
Installation procedures. Figure 1-1 on the next page provides a
concise flow chart to give users a broad picture of the software and
hardware installation procedures:
1.3 Accessories
Advantech offers a complete set of accessory products to support the
PCI-1752/1754/1756 cards. These accessories include:
Wiring Cable
q PCL-10250 The PCL-10250 shielded cable is specially designed
for PCI-1752/1754/1756 card to provide high resistance to noise. To
achieve a better signal quality, the signal wires are twisted in such a
way as to form a “twisted-pair cable”, reducing crosstalk and noise
from other signal sources.
Wiring Boards
q ADAM-3951 The ADAM-3951 is a 50-pin SCSI wiring terminal
module with LED indicators for DIN-rail mounting. This terminal
module can be readily connected to the Advantech PC-Lab cards
and allow easy yet reliable access to individual pin connections for
the PCI-1752/1754/1756 card.
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2. Installation
This chapter gives users a package item checklist, proper instructions
about unpacking and step-by-step procedures for both driver and card
installation.
2.1 Unpacking
After receiving your PCI-1752/1754/1756 package, please inspect its
contents first. The package should contain the following items:
þ PCI-1752/1754/1756 card
þ Companion CD-ROM (DLL driver included)
þ User’s Manual
þ Quick Start
The PCI-1752/1754/1756 card harbors certain electronic components
that are vulnerable to electrostatic discharge (ESD). ESD could easily
damage the integrated circuits and certain components if preventive
measures are not carefully paid attention to. Before removing the card
from the antistatic plastic bag, you should take following precautions to ward off possible ESD damage:
l Touch the metal part of your computer chassis with your hand
to discharge static electricity accumulated on your body. Or one
can also use a grounding strap.
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Touch the antistatic bag to a metal part of your computer
chassis before opening the bag.
l Take hold of the card only by the metal bracket when removing it
out of the bag.
After taking out the card, first you should:
l
Inspect the card for any possible signs of external damage
(loose or damaged components, etc.). If the card is visibly
damaged, please notify our service department or our local sales
representative immediately. Avoid installing a damaged card into
your system.
Also pay extra caution to the following aspects to ensure proper
installation:
Avoid physical contact with materials that could hold static
electricity such as plastic, vinyl and Styrofoam.
Whenever you handle the card, grasp it only by its edges. DO
NOT TOUCH the exposed metal pins of the connector or the
electronic components.
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Note:
✎ Keep the antistatic bag for future use. You might need the original bag
to store the card if you have to remove the card from PC or transport it
elsewhere.
2.2 Driver Installation
We recommend you to install the driver before you install the PCI1752/1754/1756 card into your system, since this will guarantee a
smooth installation process.
The 32-bit DLL driver Setup program for the PCI-1752/1754/1756 card is
included on the companion CD-ROM that is shipped with your DAS
card package. Please follow the steps below to install the driver
software:
Step 1: Insert the companion CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive.
Step 2: The Setup program will be launched automatically if you have
the autoplay function enabled on your system. When the
Setup Program is launched, you’ll see the following Setup
Screen.
Fig. 2-1 The Setup Screen of Advantech Automation Software
Note:
✎ If the autoplay function is not enabled on your computer, use Windows Explorer or Windows Run command to execute SETUP.EXE on
the companion CD-ROM.
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Step 3: Select the DLL Drivers option.
Step 4: Select the Windows 95/98 or Windows NT option according
to your operating system. Just follow the installation instructions step by step to complete your DLL driver setup.
Fig. 2-2 Different options for Driver Setup
For further information on driver-related issues, an online version of
DLL Drivers Manual is available by accessing the following path:
Start/Programs/Advantech Driver for 95 and 98 (or for NT)/Driver
Manual
2.3 Hardware Installation
Note:
✎ Make sure you have installed the driver first before you install the card
(please refer to Section 2.2 Driver Installation)
After the DLL driver installation is completed, you can now go on to
install the PCI-1752/54/56 card in any PCI slot on your computer. But it
is suggested that you should refer to the computer user manual or
related documentations if you have any doubt. Please follow the steps
below to install the card on your system.
Step 1: Turn off your computer and unplug the power cord and cables.
TURN OFF your computer before installing or removing any
components on the computer.
Step 2: Remove the cover of your computer.
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Step 3: Remove the slot cover on the back panel of your computer.
Step 4: Touch the metal part on the surface of your computer to
neutralize the static electricity that might be on your body.
Step 5: Adjust DIP switch SW1 on board to set the card’s board ID.
Step 6: Insert the PCI-1752/54/56 card into a PCI slot. Hold the card
only by its edges and carefully align it with the slot. Insert the
card firmly into place. Use of excessive force must be avoided,
otherwise the card might be damaged.
Step 7: Fasten the bracket of the PCI card on the back panel rail of the
computer with screws.
Step 8: Connect appropriate accessories (100-pin cable, wiring
terminals, etc. if necessary) to the PCI card.
Step 9: Replace the cover of your computer chassis. Re-connect the
cables you removed in step 2.
Step10: Plug in the power cord and turn on the computer .
Note:
✎ In case you installed the card without installing the DLL driver first,
Windows 95/98 will recognize your card as an “unknown device” after
reboot, and will prompt you to provide necessary driver. You should
ignore the prompting messages (just click the Cancel button) and set
up the driver according to the steps described in Section 2.2 Driver
Installation.
After the PCI-1752/1754/1756 card is installed, you can verify whether
it is properly installed on your system in the Device Manager:
1. Access the Device Manager through Control Panel/System/Device
Manager.
2. The device name of the PCI-1752/1754/1756 should be listed on the
Device Manager tab on the System Property Page.
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Fig. 2-3 The device name listed on the Device Manager
Note:
✎ If your card is properly installed, you should see the device name of
your card listed on the Device Manager tab. If you do see your device
name listed on it but marked with an exclamation sign “!” (Fig. 2-4), it
means your card has not been correctly installed. In this case, remove
the card device from the Device Manager by selecting its device name
and press the Remove button. Then go through the driver installation
process again.
Fig. 2-4 The “exclamation mark” (!) on the device name indicating
improper installation of the card
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After your card is properly installed on your system, you can now
configure your device using the Device Installation Program that has
itself already been installed on your system during driver setup. A
complete device installation procedure should include device setup,
configuration and testing. The following sections will guide you
through the Setup, Configuration and Testing of your device.
2.4 Device Setup & Configuration
The Device Installation program is a utility that allows you to set up,
configure and test your device, and later stores your settings on the
system registry. These settings will be used when you call the APIs of
Advantech 32-bit DLL drivers.
Setting Up the Device
Step 1: To install the I/O device for your card, you must first run the
Device Installation program (by accessing Start/Programs/
Advantech Driver for 95 and 98 (or for NT)/Device Installation).
Fig. 2-5 The Advantech Device Installation utility program
Step 2: On the Device Installation program window, select the Setup
menu item on the menu bar, and click the Device command (Fig.
2-5) to bring up the I/O Device Installation dialog box (Fig. 26). You can then view the device(s) already installed on your
system (if any) on the Installed Devices list box. Since you
haven’t installed any device yet, you might see a blank list
such as below (Fig. 2-6).
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Fig. 2-6 The I/O Device Installation dialog box
Step 3: Click the Add>> button and a List of Devices box will appear
right below the original Installed Devices box (Fig. 2-7).
Fig. 2-7 Selecting the device you want to install
Step 4: Scroll down the List of Devices box to find the device that you
wish to install, then click the Install button to evoke the
Device(s) Found dialog box such as one shown in Fig. 2-8.
The Device(s) Found dialog box lists all the installed devices
on your system. Select the device you want to configure from
the list box and press the OK button. After you have clicked
OK, you will see a Device Setting dialog box such as the one in
Fig. 2-9 and 2-10.
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Fig. 2-8 The “Device(s) Found” dialog box
Configuring the Device
Step 5: On the Device Setting dialog box (Fig. 2-9, 2-10), you can
enable/disable the Channel-Freeze function of PCI-1752/1756 or
configure the interrupt functions of each digital input group of
PCI-1754/1756.
Fig. 2-9 The Device Setting dialog box of PCI-1752
Fig. 2-10 The Device Setting dialog box of PCI-1754
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Step 6: After you have finished configuring the device, click OK and
the device name will appear in the Installed Devices box as
seen below:
Fig. 2-11 The Device Name appearing on the list of devices box
Note:
✎ As we have noted, the device name “000:PCI-1754 No.2 I/O=6500H”
begins with a device number “000”, which is specifically assigned to
each card specifically. The device number is passed to the driver to
specify which device you wish to control. The board ID “No.2” is
defined by on-board DIP switch SW1 that helps you identify each card
in the PC.
If you want to test the card device further, go right to the next section
on the Device Testing.
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2.5 Device Testing
Following through the Setup and Configuration procedures to the last
step described in the previous section, you can now proceed to test
the device by clicking the Test Button on the I/O Device Installation
dialog box (Fig. 2-11). A Device Test dialog box will appear accordingly:
Fig. 2-12 PCI-1754 Digital Input tab on the Device Test dialog box
On the Device Test dialog box, users are free to test various functions
of PCI-1754/1756 on the Digital input tab and of PCI-1752/1756 on the
Digital output tab.
Note:
✎You can access the Device Test dialog box either by the previous
procedure for the Device Installation Program or simply by accessing
Start/Programs/Advantech Driver for 95 and 98 (or for NT) /Test
Utility.
Testing Digital Input Function (For PCI-1754/1756)
Click the Digital Input tab to show forth the Digital Input test panel
as seen below. Through the color of the lamps, users can easily discern
whether the status of each digital input channel is either high or low.
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Fig. 2-13 PCI-1754 Digital Input tab on the Device Test dialog box
Testing Digital Output Function (For PCI-1752/1756)
Click the Digital Output tab to bring up the Digital Output test panel
such as seen on the next page. By pressing the buttons on each tab,
users can easily set each digital output channel as high or low for the
corresponding port.
Fig. 2-14 PCI-1752 Digital Output tab on the Device Test dialog box
Only after your card device is properly set up, configured and tested,
can the device installation procedure be counted as complete. After the
device installation procedure is completed, you can now safely proceed to the
next chpater, Signal Connections.
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Chapter
3. Signal Connections
Maintaining signal connections is one of the most important factors in
ensuring that your application system is sending and receiving data
correctly. A good signal connection can avoid unnecessary and
costly damage to your PC and other hardware devices. This chapter
provides useful information about how to connect input and output
signals to the PCI-1752/1754/1756 via the I/O connector.
3.1 I/O Connector Pin Assignment
The I/O connector on the PCI-1752/1754/1756 is a 100-pin connector
that enable you to connect to accessories with the PCL-10250 shielded
cable.
Figure 3-1, 3-2 and 3-3 show the pin assignments for the 100-pin I/O
connector on the PCI-1752/1754/1756, and Table 3-1, 3-2 and 3-3 show
their I/O connector signal description.
Note:
✎ The PCL-10250 shielded cable is especially designed for the PCI-1752/
1754/1756 to reduce noise in the analog signal lines. Please refer to
Section 1.3 Accessories.
3.2 Location of Jumpers and DIP switch
Figure 3-4, 3-5 and 3-6 show the names and locations of jumpers and
DIP switch on the PCI-1752/1754/1756.
There are two jumpers, JP1 and JP2 on the PCI-1752/1756. Please refer
to Section 3.4 Isolated Digital Output Connection and Section 4.3
Channel-Freeze Function for more information about JP1 and JP2
configurations.
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IDO00 ~ IDO15 : Isolated digital output of Group 0
IDO16 ~ IDO31 : Isolated digital output of Group 1
IDO32 ~ IDO47 : Isolated digital output of Group 2
IDO48 ~ IDO63 : Isolated digital output of Group 3
PCOM0 : External common input of Group 0
PCOM1 : External common input of Group 1
PCOM2 : External common input of Group 2
PCOM3 : External common input of Group 3
IGND : Isolated ground
CH_FRZ_IN : Channel-Freeze input pin
CH_FRZ_COM : Common pin for Channel-Freeze input
IDO00
IDO02
IDO04
IDO06
IDO08
IDO10
IDO12
IDO14
PCOM0
PCOM0
IGND
IGND
IDO16
IDO18
IDO20
IDO22
IDO24
IDO26
IDO28
IDO30
PCOM1
PCOM1
IGND
IGND
CH_FRZ_IN
IDO32
IDO34
IDO36
IDO38
IDO40
IDO42
IDO44
IDO46
PCOM2
PCOM2
IGND
IGND
IDO48
IDO50
IDO52
IDO54
IDO56
IDO58
IDO60
IDO62
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IGND
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IGND
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IDO63
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PCOM3
IGND
IGND
CH_FRZ_COM
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Signal Name
Reference
Direction
Description
IDO<00...15>
PCOM0
Output
Isolated digital output of group 0
IDO<16...31>
PCOM1
Output
Isolated digital output of group 1
IDO<32...47>
PCOM2
Output
Isolated digital output of group 2
IDO<48...63>
PCOM3
Output
Isolated digital output of group 3
PCOM0
-
Input
External common output of group 0
PCOM1
-
Input
External common output of group 1
PCOM2
-
Input
External common output of group 2
PCOM3
-
Input
External common output of group 3
IGND
-
-
CH_FRZ_IN
CH_FRZ_COM
Input
Channel-Freeze function input pin
CH_FRZ_COM
-
Input
Common pin for Cannel-Freeze
function input
Isolated ground
Table 3-1 PCI-1752 I/O Connector Signal Description
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IDI00 ~ IDI15 : Isolated digital input of Group 0
IDI16 ~ IDI31 : Isolated digital input of Group 1
IDI32 ~ IDI47 : Isolated digital input of Group 2
IDI48 ~ IDI63 : Isolated digital input of Group 3
ECOM0 : External common input of Group 0
ECOM1 : External common input of Group 1
ECOM2 : External common input of Group 2
ECOM3 : External common input of Group 3
NC : No connection
IDI00
IDI02
IDI04
IDI06
IDI08
IDI10
IDI12
IDI14
ECOM0
ECOM0
NC
NC
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IDI18
IDI20
IDI22
IDI24
IDI26
IDI28
IDI30
ECOM1
ECOM1
NC
NC
NC
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IDI34
IDI36
IDI38
IDI40
IDI42
IDI44
IDI46
ECOM2
ECOM2
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NC
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IDI50
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IDI51
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IDI59
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IDI63
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Signal Name
Reference
Direction
Description
IDI<00...15>
ECOM0
Input
Isolated digital input of group 0
IDI<16...31>
ECOM1
Input
Isolated digital input of group 1
IDI<32...47>
ECOM2
Input
Isolated digital input of group 2
IDI<48...63>
ECOM3
Input
Isolated digital input of group 3
ECOM0
-
Input
External common input of group 0
ECOM1
-
Input
External common input of group 1
ECOM2
-
Input
External common input of group 2
ECOM3
-
Input
External common input of group 3
NC
-
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No connection
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IDI00 ~ IDI15 : Isolated digital input of Group 0
IDI16 ~ IDI31 : Isolated digital input of Group 1
IDO00 ~ IDO15 : Isolated digital output of Group 0
IDO16 ~ IDO31 : Isolated digital output of Group 1
ECOM0 : External common input of Group 0
ECOM1 : External common input of Group 1
PCOM0 : External common output of Group 0
PCOM1 : External common output of Group 1
NC : No connection
IGND : Isolated ground
CH_FRZ_IN : Channel-Freeze input pin
CH_FRZ_COM : Common pin for Cannel-Freeze input
IDI00
IDI02
IDI04
IDI06
IDI08
IDI10
IDI12
IDI14
ECOM0
ECOM0
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NC
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IDI18
IDI20
IDI22
IDI24
IDI26
IDI28
IDI30
ECOM1
ECOM1
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NC
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IDO02
IDO004
IDO006
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IDO10
IDO12
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IGND
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Signal Name
Reference
Direction
Description
IDI<00...15>
ECOM0
Input
Isolated digital input of group 0
IDI<16...31>
ECOM1
Input
Isolated digital input of group 1
IDO<00...15>
PCOM0
Output
Isolated digital output of group 2
IDO<16...31>
PCOM1
Output
Isolated digital output of group 3
ECOM0
-
Input
External common input of group 0
ECOM1
-
Input
External common input of group 1
PCOM0
-
Input
External common output of group 0
PCOM1
-
Input
External common output of group 1
IGND
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CH_FRZ_IN
CH_FRZ_COM
Input
Channel-Freeze function input pin
CH_FRZ_COM
-
Input
Common pin for Cannel-Freeze
function input
Isolated ground
Table 3-3 PCI-1756 I/O Connector Signal Description
CN1
1
JP2
SW1
1
JP1
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Fig. 3-5 Location of DIP switch on PCI-1754
CN1
1
JP2
1
JP1
SW1
Fig. 3-6 Location of Jumpers and DIP switch on PCI-1756
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3.3 Isolated Digital Input Connections
The PCI-1754 has 64 isolated digital input channels designated
IDI00~IDI63, and PCI-1756 has 32 isolated digital input channels
designated IDI00~IDI31.
Interrupt function of the DI signals
There are 4 channels (IDI00, IDI16, IDI32 and IDI48) in PCI-1754 and 2
channels (IDI00 and IDI16) in PCI-1756 can be used to generate
hardware interrupts. A user can setup the configuration of interrupts
by programing the interrupt control register. For detailed information,
please refer to Section 4.1 Interrupt Function.
Isolated Inputs
Each of isolated digital input channel accepts 10~50 VDC voltage
inputs, and accept bi-directional input. It means that you can apply
positive or negative voltage to an isolated input pin (Vin). Every 16
input channels share one common pins. Figure 3-7 shows how to
connect an external input source to one of the card’s isolated input
channels
External
Internal
PC 5V
IDI channels
Protection
Circuit
S Vin
Bi-direction
diode
(COM)
Fig. 3-7 Isolated digital input connection
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3.4 Isolated Digital Output Connections
The PCI-1752 has 64 isolated digital output channels designated
IDO00~IDO63, and PCI-1756 has 32 isolated digital output channels
designated IDO00~IDO31.
Power On Configuration
Default configuration after power on, and hardware reset is to set all
the isolated output channels to open status ( the current of the load
can’t be sink) so that users need not worry about damaging external
devices during system startup or reset.
When the system is hot reset, then the status of isolated digital output
channels are selected by jumper JP1. Table 3-4 shows the configuration of jumper JP1.
PCI-1752 JP1
PCI-1756 JP1 Power on configuration after hot reset
1
1
Keep last status after hot reset
1
1
Default configuration
Table 3-4 JP1: Power on configuration after hot reset
Isolated Outputs
Each of isolated output channels comes equipped with a Darlington
transistor. Every 16 output channels share common collectors and
integral suppression diodes for inductive loads.
Note:
✎ If an external voltage (5 ~ 40 VDC) is applied to an isolated output
channel while it is being used as an output channel, the current will
flow from the external voltage source to the card. Please take care that
the current through each IDO pin not exceed 200 mA.
Figure 3-8 shows how to connect an external output load to the card’s
isolated outputs.
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ISO 5V
Internal
External
COM
R
IDO0....31/63
Load0....31/63
VDC
5~40VDC
IGND
R
R
R
R
E1
Fig. 3-8 Isolated Digital Output Connection
3.5 Field Wiring Considerations
When you use the PCI-1752/1754/1756 to acquire data from outside,
noises in the environment might significantly affect the accuracy of
your measurements if due cautions are not taken. The following
measures will be helpful to reduce possible interference running signal
wires between signal sources and the PCI-1752/1754/1756.
• The signal cables must be kept away from strong electromagnetic sources such as power lines, large electric motors, circuit
breakers or welding machines, since they may cause strong
electromagnetic interference. Keep the analog signal cables
away from any video monitor, since it can significantly affect a
data acquisition system.
• If the cable travels through an area with significant electromagnetic interference, you should adopt individually shielded,
twisted-pair wires as the analog input cable. This type of cable
has its signal wires twisted together and shielded with a metal
mesh. The metal mesh should only be connected to one point at
the signal source ground.
• Avoid running the signal cables through any conduit that might
have power lines in it.
• If you have to place your signal cable parallel to a power line
that has a high voltage or high current running through it, try to
keep a safe distance between them. Or you should place the
signal cable at a right angle to the power line to minimize the
undesirable effect.
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• The signals transmitted on the cable will be directly affected by
the quality of the cable. In order to ensure better signal quality,
we recommend that you use the PCL-10250 shielded cable.
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4. Operation
This chapter describes the operation of the PCI-1752/1754/1756. The
software driver provided allows a user to access all of the card’s
functions without register level programming. For users who prefer to
implement their own bit-level programming, please refer to the following information in this chapter.
4.1 Interrupt Function
The isolated digital input channels (IDI00, IDI16, IDI32 and IDI48 in
PCI-1754; IDI00 and IDI16 in PCI-1756) are connected to the interrupt
circuitry. Users can disable/enable interrupt function, select trigger
type or latch the port data by setting the Interrupt Control Register of
the PCI-1754/1756. When the interrupt request signals occur, then the
software will service these interrupt requests by ISR. The multiple
interrupt sources provide the card with more capability and flexibility.
IRQ Level
The IRQ level is set automatically by the PCI plug-and-play BIOS and
is saved in the PCI controller. There is no need for users to set the IRQ
level. Only one IRQ level is used by this card, although it has two or
four interrupt sources.
Interrupt Control Register
The Interrupt Control Register controls the function and status of
each interrupt signal source. Table 4-1 shows the bit map of the
Interrupt Control Register. The register is a readable/writable register.
While being written, it is used as a control register; and while being
read, it is used as a status register.
Group n interrupt control register
Base Add.+8+2n
3
2
1
0
Abbreviation
Fn
En
INTn/E
Ln/E
Table 4-1 Interrupt control register bit map
n: the group’s number
Ln/E: Latch port data disable/enable control bit
INTn/E: Interrupt disable/enable control bit
En: Interrupt triggering edge control bit
Fn: Interrupt flag bit
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Latch Port Data Function
The function enables you to latch the last data of each associated
digital input channels when the interrupt occurs and you can free the
latch function by clearing interrupt. We have organized every 16 bits
into one group. When the Latch Port Data Function is enabled for a
specific group, the values of all channel ports in this group will be
latched. The function is determined by the value in the latch port data
disable/enable control bit in the interrupt control register, as shown in
Table 4-2.
Ln/E
Latch port data when the interrupt occurs
0
Disable
1
Enable
Table 4-2 Latch port data disable/enable control bit
Interrupt Enable Control Function
The user can choose to enable or disable the interrupt function by
writing its corresponding value to the interrupt disable/enable
control bit in the interrupt control register, as shown in Table 4-3.
INTn/E
Interrupt control
0
Disable
1
Enable
Table 4-3 Interrupt disable/enable control bit values
Interrupt Triggering Edge Control
The interrupt can be triggered by a rising edge or a falling edge of the
interrupt signal, as determined by the value in the interrupt triggering
edge control bit in the interrupt control register, as shown in Table 4-4.
En
Triggering edge of interrupt signal
0
Falling edge trigger
1
Rising edge trigger
Table 4-4 Interrupt triggering edge control bit values
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Interrupt Flag Bit
The interrupt flag bit is a flag indicating the status of an interrupt. It is
a readable/writable bit. To find the status of the interrupt, you have to
read the bit value; to clear the interrupt, you have to write “1” to this
bit. This bit must first be cleared to service the next incoming interrupt.
Fn
Read
Write
Interrupt status
0
No interrupt
1
Interrupt occur
0
Don’t care
1
Clear interrupt
Table 4-5 Interrupt flag bit values
4.2 Board ID
The PCI-1752/1754/1756 has a built-in DIP switch (SW1), which is used
to define each card’s board ID. You can determine the board ID on the
register as shown on Table 4-6. When there are multiple cards on the
same chassis, this board ID setting function is useful for identifying
each card’s device number through board ID. We set the PCI-1752/
1754/1756 board ID as 0 at the factory. If you need to adjust it to other
board ID, set the SW1 by referring to the Table 4-7.
Board ID register
Base Add.+10h
3
2
1
0
Abbreviation
ID3
ID2
ID1
ID0
Table 4-6 Board ID register
ID0: the least significant bit (LSB) of Board ID
ID3: the most significant bit (MSB) of Board ID
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Board ID setting (SW1)
Board ID(dec)
Switch Position
3
2
1
0
*0
●
●
●
●
1
●
●
●
¡
14
¡
¡
¡
●
15
¡
¡
¡
¡
:
● = On
¡ = Off
* = default
Table 4-7 Board ID setting
There are two ways to make association of the device number with the
corresponding board ID. The first way is to check the content in I/O
Device Installation Dialog Box, as shown in Fig. 4-1. The second way
is to determine the board ID by its device number through DLL
function, DRV_DeviceGetFeatures( ). For detailed information, please
refer to software manual on CD-ROM.
Fig. 4-1 The device No. and board ID on dialog box
4.3 Channel-Freeze Function
The PCI-1752/1756 provides the channel-freeze function for isolated
digital output channels. When Channel-Freeze function is enabled, all
ports on the card will be locked so that the data transmmited (from the
host PC) to the card won’t be transfered to the DO ports. Once the
Channel-Freeze function is enabled, each port status is immediately
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frozen into its last valid value before the Channel-Freeze. Since the
value transmitted (from the host PC) to the card is also stored in the
buffers on PC, thus when user calls the DRV_DioGet CurrentDOByte ( )
function to read back the DO channel value, this function will determine that:
If Channel-Freeze function is disabled, it will return the DO value
on the port;
If Channel-Freeze function is enabled, it will return the value from
the buffers on host PC.
The PCI-1752 provides digital input channel (CH_FRZ_IN) to enable
channel-freeze function, and PCI-1756 provides one input channel. The
channel-freeze function acts when the pin CH_FRZ_IN is activated.
Moreover, you can setup the input mode of channel-freeze function
input channel CH_FRZ_IN as dry contact input mode or wet contact
input mode selected by on-board jumper JP2, as shown in Table 4-8.
The wiring in wet contact and dry contact input mode are shown in
Figure 4-2. Otherwise, you also can enable the function through
software by writing “1” to CFC (Channel-Freeze Function Control) bit
on channel-freeze function register, as shown in Table 4-9 and Table 410. It’s useful in software simulation and testing program.
The CFS (Channel-Freeze Function Status) bit shows the status of
Channel-Freeze function:
A value of 1 for the CFS bit indicates an active Channel-Freeze
Function; whereas a value of 0 indicates a non-active Channel-Freeze
Function.
PCI-1752 JP2
1
PCI-1756 JP2 Input mode
1
Dry contact input mode
1
1
Wet contact input mode(Default setting)
Table 4-8 JP2: Channel-Freeze function input mode
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Extrernal
Internal
Extrernal
CH_FRZ_IN
NC
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CH_FRZ_IN
Vin
CH_FRZ_COM
CH_FRZ_COM
IGND
(a) For Wet Contact
(b) For Dry Contact
Fig. 4-2 The wiring in wet/dry contact input mode
Channel-Freeze function register
Base Add.+12h
3
2
Abbreviation
1
0
CFS
CFC
Table 4-9 Channel-Freeze function register
CFC
Channel-Freeze function control
0
Disable
1
Enable
CFS
Channel-Freeze function status
0
OFF
1
ON
Table 4-10 Channel-Freeze function bit value
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APPENDIX
Specifications
)
Isolated Digital Input (PCI-1754/1756)
Number of Input Channel
Interrupt Inputs
Optical Isolation
PCI-1754
64
PCI-1756
32
PCI-1754
4 (IDI0, IDI16, IDI32, IDI48)
PCI-1756
2 (IDI0, IDI16)
2500 VDC
Opto-isolator response time 25 µs
Over-voltage Protect
70 VDC
ESD
2,000 VDC
VIH (max.)
50 VDC
Input Voltage
VIH (min.)
10 VDC
VIL (max.)
3 VDC
10 VDC
1.70 mA (typical)
12 VDC
2.10 mA (typical)
24 VDC
4.40 mA (typical)
48 VDC
9.00 mA (typical)
50 VDC
9.40 mA (typical)
Input Current
Isolated Digital Output (PCI-1752/1756)
Number of Output Channel
Optical Isolation
PCI-1752
64
PCI-1756
32
2500 VDC
Opto-isolator response time 25µs
Supply Voltage
5 ~ 40 VDC
Sink Current
200 mA max/channel
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General (PCI-1752/1754/1756)
100-pin SCSI-II female
I/O Connector Type
175 mm x 100 mm (6.9" x 3.9")
Dimensions
+5V @ 230 mA (typical)
PCI-1752
Power Consumption
+5V @ 500 mA (max.)
+5V @ 340 mA (typical)
PCI-1754
+5V @ 450 mA (max.)
+5V @ 285 mA (typical)
PCI-1756
Temperature
+5V @ 475 mA (max.)
0 ~ +60° C (32 ~ 140° F)
(refer to IEC 68-2-1,2)
Operation
Storage
Relative Humidity
-20 ~ +70° C (-4 ~ 158° F)
5 - 95 % RH non-condensing
(refer to IEC 68-2-3)
CE Class A certified
Certification
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APPENDIX B
APPENDIX
Block Diagram
PCI-1752 Block Diagram
Address Bus
Control Logic
Data Bus
2+1
*75
PLX
PCI 9052
IDO00 ~ IDO15
IDO16 ~ IDO31
Isolation
IDO32 ~ IDO47
SCSI
100 Pin
Connector
IDO48 ~ IDO63
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APPENDIX B
PCI-1754 Block Diagram
Address Bus
Control Logic
Data Bus
IDI00 ~ IDI15
IDI16 ~ IDI31
2+1
*75
PLX
PCI 9052
IDI32 ~ IDI47
Isolation
SCSI
100 Pin
Connector
IDI48 ~ IDI63
IDI00
Interrupt
Control
Logic
IDI16
IDI32
IDI48
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APPENDIX B
PCI-1756 Block Diagram
Address Bus
Control Logic
Data Bus
IDI00 ~ IDI15
IDI16 ~ IDI31
2+1
*75
PLX
PCI 9052
IDO00 ~ IDO15
Isolation
SCSI
100 Pin
Connector
IDO16 ~ IDO31
CH_FRZ_IN
IDI00
Interrupt
Control
Logic
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APPENDIX C
APPENDIX
Register Structure and Format
C.1 Overview
The PCI-1752/1754/1756 is delivered with an easy-to-use 32-bit DLL
driver for user programming under the Windows 95/98/NT operating
system. We advise users to program the PCI-1752/1754/1756 using
the 32-bit DLL driver provided by Advantech to avoid the complexity
of low-level programming by register.
The most important consideration in programming the PCI-1752/
1754/1756 at the register level is to understand the function of the
card's registers. The information in the following sections is provided
only for users who would like to do their own low-level programming.
C.2 I/O Port Address Map
The PCI-1752/1754/1756 requires 32 consecutive addresses in the
PC's I/O space. The address of each register is specified as an offset
from the card's base address. For example, BASE+0 is the card's base
address and BASE+7 is the base address plus seven bytes.
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APPENDIX C
C.3 PCI-1752 Register Format
PCI-1752 Register Format
Base Add.
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Digital Output Group 0 Read Back
R
0
DO15 DO14 DO13 DO12 DO11 DO10 DO9 DO8 DO7 DO6 DO5 DO4 DO3 DO2 DO1 DO0
Digital Output Group 1
W
R
DO15 DO14 DO13 DO12 DO11 DO10 DO9 DO8 DO7 DO6 DO5 DO4 DO3 DO2 DO1 DO0
Digital Output Group 1 Read Back
DO31 DO30 DO29 DO28 DO27 DO26 DO25 DO24 DO23 DO22 DO21 DO20 DO19 DO18 DO17 DO16
2
W
Digital Output Group 1
DO31 DO30 DO29 DO28 DO27 DO26 DO25 DO24 DO23 DO22 DO21 DO20 DO19 DO18 DO17 DO16
Digital Output Group 2 Read Back
R
4
DO47 DO46 DO45 DO44 DO43 DO42 DO41 DO40 DO39 DO38 DO37 DO36 DO35 DO34 DO33 DO32
Digital Output Group 2
W
DO47 DO46 DO45 DO44 DO43 DO42 DO41 DO40 DO39 DO38 DO37 DO36 DO35 DO34 DO33 DO32
Digital Output Group 3 Read Back
R
DO63 DO62 DO61 DO60 DO59 DO58 DO57 DO56 DO55 DO54 DO53 DO52 DO51 DO50 DO49 DO48
6
W
Digital Output Group 3
DO63 DO62 DO61 DO60 DO59 DO58 DO57 DO56 DO55 DO54 DO53 DO52 DO51 DO50 DO49 DO48
N/A
R
8
N/A
W
N/A
R
A
N/A
W
Board ID Register
R
ID3
10
ID2
ID1
ID0
N/A
W
Channel-Freeze Function Control Register
R
12
CFS CFC
Channel-Freeze Function Status Register
W
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C.4 PCI-1754 Register Format
PCI-1754 Register Format
Base Add.
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
DI5
DI4
DI3
DI2
DI1
DI0
DI31 DI30 DI29 DI28 DI27 DI26 DI25 DI24 DI23 DI22 DI21 DI20 DI19 DI18
DI17
DI16
DI33
DI32
DI49
DI48
Digital Input Group 0
R
DI15 DI14 DI13 DI12 DI11 DI10
0
DI9
DI8
DI7
DI6
N/A
W
Digital Input Group 1
R
2
N/A
W
Digital Input Group 2
R
DI47 DI46 DI45 DI44 DI43 DI42 DI41 DI40 DI39 DI38 DI37 DI36 DI35 DI34
4
N/A
W
Digital Input Group 3
R
6
DI63 DI62 DI61 DI60 DI59 DI58 DI57 DI56 DI55 DI54 DI53 DI52 DI51 DI50
W
R
8
N/A
Group 0 Interrupt Control Register
F0
E0
INT0/E L0/E
F0*
E0
INT0/E L0/E
F1
E1
INT1/E L1/E
F1*
E1
INT1/E L1/E
F2
E2
INT2/E L2/E
F2*
E2
INT2/E L2/E
F3
E3
INT3/E L3/E
F3*
E3
INT3/E L3/E
ID3
ID2
Group 0 Interrupt Control Register
W
Group 1 Interrupt Control Register
R
A
Group 1 Interrupt Control Register
W
Group 2 Interrupt Control Register
R
C
Group 2 Interrupt Control Register
W
Group 3 Interrupt Control Register
R
E
Group 3 Interrupt Control Register
W
Board ID Register
R
10
ID1
ID0
N/A
W
Note: Write “1” to the bit Fn in Interrupt Control Register clears the
interrupt
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APPENDIX C
C.5 PCI-1756 Register Format
PCI-1756 Register Format
Base Add.
R
0
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
5
4
3
2
1
0
DI5
DI4
DI3
DI2
DI1
DI0
DI31 DI30 DI29 DI28 DI27 DI26 DI25 DI24 DI23 DI22 DI21 DI20 DI19 DI18
DI17
DI16
DO1
DO0
DO1
DO0
DI15 DI14 DI13 DI12 DI11 DI10
DI9
DI8
2
4
W
R
6
W
DI7
DI6
Digital Input Group 1
N/A
W
R
6
N/A
W
R
7
Digital Input Group 0
Digital Output Group 0 Read Back
DO15 DO14 DO13 DO12 DO11 DO10 DO9 DO8 DO7 DO6 DO5 DO4 DO3 DO2
Digital Output Group 0
DO15 DO14 DO13 DO12 DO11 DO10 DO9 DO8 DO7 DO6 DO5 DO4 DO3 DO2
Digital Output Group 1 Read Back
DO31 DO30 DO29 DO28 DO27 DO26 DO25 DO24 DO23 DO22 DO21 DO20 DO19 DO18 DO17 DO16
Digital Output Group 1
DO31 DO30 DO29 DO28 DO27 DO26 DO25 DO24 DO23 DO22 DO21 DO20 DO19 DO18 DO17 DO16
R
8
W
R
A
W
R
Group 0 Interrupt Control Register
W
INT0/E L0/E
F0*
E0
INT0/E L0/E
F1
E1
INT1/E L1/E
F1*
E1
INT1/E L1/E
ID3
ID2
Group 1 Interrupt Control Register
Board ID Register
ID1
ID0
CFS
CFC
N/A
W
12
E0
Group 1 Interrupt Control Register
10
R
F0
Group 0 Interrupt Control Register
Channel-Freeze Function Control Register
Channel-Freeze Function Status Register
CFC
Note: Write “1” to the bit Fn in Interrupt Control Register clears the
interrupt
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APPENDIX D
APPENDIX
ADAM-3951 Pin Assignment
ADAM-3951 Pin Assignment General Form
TB1
SCSI-II 50-pin Connector
IDI/O 00
IDI/O 02
IDI/O 04
IDI/O 06
IDI/O 08
IDI/O 10
IDI/O 12
IDI/O14
COM0
COM0
IGND*
IGND*
IDI/O 16
IDI/O 18
IDI/O 20
IDI/O 22
IDI/O 24
IDI/O 26
IDI/O 28
IDI/O 30
COM1
COM1
IGND*
IGND*
CH_FRZ_IN*
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
IDI/O 01
IDI/O 03
IDI/O 05
IDI/O 07
IDI/O 09
IDI/O 11
IDI/O 13
IDI/O 15
COM0
COM0
IGND*
IGND*
IDI/O 17
IDI/O 19
IDI/O 21
IDI/O 23
IDI/O 25
IDI/O 27
IDI/O 29
IDI/O 31
COM1
COM1
IGND*
IGND*
CH_FRZ_COM*
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TB2
1
IDI/O 00
26
IDI/O 16
2
IDI/O 01
27
IDI/O 17
3
IDI/O 02
28
IDI/O 18
4
IDI/O 03
29
IDI/O 19
5
IDI/O 04
30
IDI/O 20
6
IDI/O 05
31
IDI/O 21
7
IDI/O 06
32
IDI/O 22
8
IDI/O 07
33
IDI/O 23
9
IDI/O 08
34
IDI/O 24
10
IDI/O 09
35
IDI/O 25
11
IDI/O 10
36
IDI/O 26
12
IDI/O 11
37
IDI/O 27
13
IDI/O 12
38
IDI/O 28
14
IDI/O 13
39
IDI/O 29
15
IDI/O 14
40
IDI/O 30
16
IDI/O 15
41
IDI/O 31
17
COM0
42
COM1
18
COM0
43
COM1
19
COM0
44
COM1
20
COM0
45
COM1
21
IGND*
46
IGND*
22
IGND*
47
IGND*
23
IGND*
48
IGND*
24
IGND*
49
25
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APPENDIX D
PCI-1752 Connects with ADAM-3951
Connect with PCL-10250 CON1
6*
6*
1
IDO 00
26
IDO 16
2
IDO 01
27
IDO 17
3
IDO 02
28
IDO 18
4
IDO 03
29
IDO 19
5
IDO 04
30
IDO 20
6
IDO 05
31
IDO 21
7
IDO 06
32
IDO 22
8
IDO 07
33
IDO 23
9
IDO 08
34
IDO 24
10
IDO 09
35
IDO 25
11
IDO 10
36
IDO 26
12
IDO 11
37
IDO 27
13
IDO 12
38
IDO 28
14
IDO 13
39
IDO 29
15
IDO 14
40
IDO 30
16
IDO 15
41
IDO 31
17
PCOM0
42
PCOM1
18
PCOM0
43
PCOM1
19
PCOM0
44
PCOM1
20
PCOM0
45
PCOM1
21
IGND
46
IGND
22
IGND
47
IGND
23
IGND
48
IGND
24
IGND
49
IGND
25
CH_FRZ_IN
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Connect with PCL-10250 CON2
6*
6*
1
IDO 32
26
IDO 48
2
IDO 33
27
IDO 49
3
IDO 34
28
IDO 50
4
IDO 35
29
IDO 51
5
IDO 36
30
IDO 52
6
IDO 37
31
IDO 53
7
IDO 38
32
IDO 54
8
IDO 39
33
IDO 55
9
IDO 40
34
IDO 56
10
IDO 41
35
IDO 57
11
IDO 42
36
IDO 58
12
IDO 43
37
IDO 59
13
IDO 44
38
IDO 60
14
IDO 45
39
IDO 61
15
IDO 46
40
IDO 62
16
IDO 47
41
IDO 63
17
PCOM2
42
PCOM3
18
PCOM2
43
PCOM3
19
PCOM2
44
PCOM3
20
PCOM2
45
PCOM3
21
IGND
46
IGND
22
IGND
47
IGND
23
IGND
48
IGND
24
IGND
49
IGND
25
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APPENDIX D
PCI-1754 Connects with ADAM-3951
Connect with PCL-10250 CON1
6*
6*
1
IDI 00
26
IDI 16
2
IDI 01
27
IDI 17
3
IDI 02
28
IDI 18
4
IDI 03
29
IDI 19
5
IDI 04
30
IDI 20
6
IDI 05
31
IDI 21
7
IDI 06
32
IDI 22
8
IDI 07
33
IDI 23
9
IDI 08
34
IDI 24
10
IDI 09
35
IDI 25
11
IDI 10
36
IDI 26
12
IDI 11
37
IDI 27
13
IDI 12
38
IDI 28
14
IDI 13
39
IDI 29
15
IDI 14
40
IDI 30
16
IDI 15
41
IDI 31
17
ECOM0
42
ECOM1
18
ECOM0
43
ECOM1
19
ECOM0
44
ECOM1
20
ECOM0
45
ECOM1
21
NC
46
NC
22
NC
47
NC
23
NC
48
NC
24
NC
49
NC
25
NC
50
NC
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APPENDIX D
Connect with PCL-10250 CON2
6*
6*
1
IDI 32
26
IDI 48
2
IDI 33
27
IDI 49
3
IDI 34
28
IDI 50
4
IDI 35
29
IDI 51
5
IDI 36
30
IDI 52
6
IDI 37
31
IDI 53
7
IDI 38
32
IDI 54
8
IDI 39
33
IDI 55
9
IDI 40
34
IDI 56
10
IDI 41
35
IDI 57
11
IDI 42
36
IDI 58
12
IDI 43
37
IDI 59
13
IDI 44
38
IDI 60
14
IDI 45
39
IDI 61
15
IDI 46
40
IDI 62
16
IDI 47
41
IDI 63
17
ECOM2
42
ECOM3
18
ECOM2
43
ECOM3
19
ECOM2
44
ECOM3
20
ECOM2
45
ECOM3
21
NC
46
NC
22
NC
47
NC
23
NC
48
NC
24
NC
49
NC
25
NC
50
NC
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APPENDIX D
PCI-1756 Connects with ADAM-3951
Connect with PCL-10250 CON1
6*
6*
1
IDI 00
26
IDI 16
2
IDI 01
27
IDI 17
3
IDI 02
28
IDI 18
4
IDI 03
29
IDI 19
5
IDI 04
30
IDI 20
6
IDI 05
31
IDI 21
7
IDI 06
32
IDI 22
8
IDI 07
33
IDI 23
9
IDI 08
34
IDI 24
10
IDI 09
35
IDI 25
11
IDI 10
36
IDI 26
12
IDI 11
37
IDI 27
13
IDI 12
38
IDI 28
14
IDI 13
39
IDI 29
15
IDI 14
40
IDI 30
16
IDI 15
41
IDI 31
17
ECOM0
42
ECOM1
18
ECOM0
43
ECOM1
19
ECOM0
44
ECOM1
20
ECOM0
45
ECOM1
21
NC
46
NC
22
NC
47
NC
23
NC
48
NC
24
NC
49
NC
25
NC
50
NC
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APPENDIX D
Connects with PCL-10250 CON2
6*
6*
1
IDO 00
26
IDO 16
2
IDO 01
27
IDO 17
3
IDO 02
28
IDO 18
4
IDO 03
29
IDO 19
5
IDO 04
30
IDO 20
6
IDO 05
31
IDO 21
7
IDO 06
32
IDO 22
8
IDO 07
33
IDO 23
9
IDO 08
34
IDO 24
10
IDO 09
35
IDO 25
11
IDO 10
36
IDO 26
12
IDO 11
37
IDO 27
13
IDO 12
38
IDO 28
14
IDO 13
39
IDO 29
15
IDO 14
40
IDO 30
16
IDO 15
41
IDO 31
17
PCOM0
42
PCOM1
18
PCOM0
43
PCOM1
19
PCOM0
44
PCOM1
20
PCOM0
45
PCOM1
21
IGND
46
IGND
22
IGND
47
IGND
23
IGND
48
IGND
24
IGND
49
IGND
25
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