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Isolated Digital I/O Board

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Isolated Digital I/O Board
Part #: STP-IO

The STP-IO digital breakout board allows for access to the isolated digital input and output lines of the STP100C module. This DB37 D-SUB Female 37-pin Terminal Breakout PCB Board connects directly to the 37-pin connector on the STP100C, providing access to digital channels 0-7 for digital output and digital channels 8-15 for digital input.

  • The first digital input channel is on pin 3 with the final digital input on pin 10.
  • The first digital output channel is on pin 37 and the final digital output channel is on pin 30.
  • Ground is available on pin 19 and pin 21.

If a connection to SuperLab is required at the same time the STP-IO needs to be used, use CBLSTP-IO to connect both simultaneously.

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