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VME Multifunction I/O Board

The single slot VME 64C1 universal multifunction card has six module positions allowing developers to achieve a custom configuration. Cards can be configured with any combination of modules functions such as A/D (10-channels), D/A (10-channels), Discrete I/O (16-channels), TTL I/O (16-channels), RTD (6-channels), Synchro/Resolver (4-channels), LVDT/RVDT (4-channels), and Signal Generator (4-channels), providing high-functional density. This reduces number of cards required for system integration while improving overall reliability and reducing power consumption. Features include an automatic background built-in-test which will indicate a failure when in operation, reducing the cost of unplanned downtime, enabling faster troubleshooting and reducing spare part inventory. Please note; this is a legacy (mature) product - support for this product will remain within the extent of the existing available documentation and software support kit(s).

This product is Obsolete. Please view our Obsolescence Policy for additional information. Please refer to the 64C3 product page for details on the closest replacement product.

  • Multiple functions on a single slot VME card.
  • User can specify six different function modules.
  • Automatic Background Built-in-Test (BIT) testing continually checks and reports the health of each channel.
  • Designed for both Commercial and MIL applications.
  • Connections via Front panel, Rear panel, or both.
  • Conduction or Convection cooled versions.
  • No damage if signals are applied when card is not powered.
  • Software support kit and drivers are available


The 64C1 includes SSKs to support multiple operating systems. In addition, SSKs are supplied with source code and board-specific library I/O APIs to facilitate system integration.

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