YAV90832 inputs and outputs are sharing the common of the 24Vdc power supply. This common must be connected to the DUTs common.
Analog inputs accept up to +15V voltages with an acquisition resolution of 10 bits +-50mV. They are protected up to +50V.
Digital inputs are organized in groups of 8, conforming banks. The first bank has 16 inputs while a second one has 8 inputs. Each bank has a terminal to set the trigger level. The board has two reference outputs (+1,5V and +2,5V) to be used as trigger level, in a direct manner or through a voltage divider.
Digital Outputs are organized in groups of 8. Each group has an independent supply voltage pin. They can work from +11VDC to +45VDC, sourcing up to 600mA. Failure monitoring for each group is available.
6 outputs can be used either as powered digital outputs (from terminal 89 to terminal 96) or as modulated outputs: additional four analog ports (from 57 to 60) and four PWM ports (from 61 to 64) are available. When modulated outputs are being used (analog or PWM), the logical status of the digital outputs will be a squared wave which is ON time proportional to the value of that modulated output.