What is the Digital Input Change-of-State Card?
Concurrent Real-Time’s Change-of-State (COS) card is a 64-channel TTL interface that can track the change of state of digital inputs at 100 MHz (10 nanoseconds). The card features an x4 lane PCI Express interface for high speed transfer of data to and from the card. Individual channels can be masked to disable change detection. A 10 microsecond clock is also output on pin DIO_95 that can synchronize other systems to the clock on the COS card.
|Base Frequency||100 MHz|
|Elements||128 element FIFO|
|Board||FPGA-based COS board|
|Form Factor||PCIe x4 FHHL|
|Power Requirements||Approximately 5 watts|
|Digital Input Change-of-State Card||CP-COS-64|
|RedHawk Linux Driver||WC-CP-FIO|
|SIMulation Workbench License||ICS-SWB-1279|
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