24-Channel Digital I/O Interface for Arduino, Genuino, and Compatibles
The DIO24 ARD adds 24 digital I/O channels to an Arduino/Genuino UNO, MEGA 2560, or compatible. The specialized circuitry makes it easy to connect Solid-State I/O Racks, Switches, Relays, LEDs, and many other commonly encountered peripheral devices.
Each DIO24-ARD channel can be individually defined through software to operate as either an input or output. Channels configured as outputs are capable of sinking 85ma.
The DIO24-ARD appears as a Serial-Peripheral-Interface (SPI) device and uses standard SPI library functions to control its operation. Only one Arduino digital output is required to act as the dedicated board Enable which means all remaining Arduino digital I/O are available for other purposes.
External devices connect to the DIO24-ARD through a single 50 conductor IDC ribbon cable style connector. The pin-out of this connector is fully compatible with standard 8, 16 and 24 position Solid State I/O module racks available from a variety of third party vendors.
- 24 Individually programmable digital I/O channels
- High output current capability (85ma sink)
- Uses standard Arduino SPI software library functions
- Jumper selectable Enable signal selection
- Stack-Through connectors accommodate multiple shields
- Drives industry standard Solid State I/O Module Racks and other peripheral devices
|Number of Channels:||24 Individually programmable digital I/O channels, non-isolated|
|Input Level:||Logic 0 = 0.8vdc maximum, -0.3vdc minimum|
Logic 1 = 2.0vdc minimum, 5.6vdc maximum
|Output Level:||Logic 0 = < 1.0vdc (15ma load)|
Logic 1 = > 2.5vdc (500ua load)
Per Channel (Max.):
|Source: 1.0ma, passively by 4.7k Pull-Up resistor to +5V|
Sink: 85ma, actively by open-collector transistor to 0V (GND)
|Software:||Uses standard Arduino SPI (ICSP) library functions|
|Communications:||Serial-Peripheral-Interface (SPI) through Arduino ICSP connector. Requires one user designated Arduino digital output for enable, jumper selectable. EXT input for optional external enable signal.|
SPI Configuration: Mode: 0 SCK: 8 MHz maximum
|Field Connections:||50 Position IDC Ribbon Cable|
|Arduino Connections:||Stack-through connectors allows multiple shields|
Power: 8 Pos. x 1 Row
Analog: 6 Pos x 1 Row
Digital: 8 Pos x 1 Row, 10 Pos. x 1 Row
ICSP: 3 Pos x 2 Row
|Power Requirement:||Supplied by Arduino, +5vdc +/-5% @ 45ma typical, all ports written as 0xff, external loads excluded.|
|Dimensions:||2.80"W x 2.97"L x 1.04"H overall, Modified Arduino R3 format|
|Environmental:||Operating Temperature: -40°C to +70°C|
Non-Condensing Relative Humidity: 5% to 95%
|Product Origin:||Designed, Engineered, and Assembled in U.S.A. by SCIDYNE Corporation using domestic and foreign components.|