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The PAR16AD Parallel Port Analog Input Module is an industry quality module. The module has 16 analog input lines and the input range is +/-10 Volts.

You can use up to 8 modules on the same printer port and it is also possible to use them together with the other modules of the "PAR" Familiy. Each module has an dip switch where the module address is selectable ( 0 - 7 ). After setting the address to a unique address the module can be accessed on the parallel bus.

PAR16AD VB Sample Project
VB PAR16AD Sample
ZoomThe PAR16AD Sample shows the programming under Visual Basic
We implemented an command set which is the same for all operating systems. An application that controls the PAR48IO, and which is generated for Windows 98 can be used directly on a Windows XP PC.

With the QLIB it is easy to create applications with Visual-Basic, Visual-C, Borland Delphi or other modern compilers. Even an interface to MS Excel or MS Access is available. We included the VB PAR48IO Sample which shows how to program and test the card and it also includes the source code. This is a good starting point for your own applications.

The QLIB is a API which provides it's functions through a Windows DLL, so it is possible to use QLIB with all applications that allow access to external DLL Functions.

•General I/O
Multiplexer: 3HI 506
Power consumtion: approx. 150 mA
Supply: 7,5 ... 15 V

Channels: 16 A/D
Resolution: 16 Bit / 1 LSB
Conversion Time: > 25 µs
Channel Switching Time: approx. 3,5 µs
Input range: ± 10 V


•Temperature Range
-10...65 °C

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323.64 Euro
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Operating Systems
Windows 95/98/Me
Windows 2000
Win 2000 Server
Windows XP (32/64)
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Updated on 13.6.2015 by Michael Reimer