(USA and Canada only)
AC5 [Obsolete] or G4AC5 [Obsolete]
I/O points controlled
32-bit, 33 MHz PCI 2.1 bus
PCIe 1.1 bus
Power requirements for card (from the PCI or ISA bus on the PC)
Rev C card1: 5 VDC @ 250 mA and 3.3 VDC @ 250 mA
Rev B card*: 5.0 VDC @ 600 mA
12 VDC @ 50 mA and
3.3 VDC @ 500 mA
5 VDC @ 600 mA
5 VDC logic modules, such as the IDC5, ODC5, G4IDC5, G4ODC5, SNAP-IAC5, etc.2
The SDK works with .NET platform languages including C#® and VB.NET®, and supports both 64-bit and 32-bit versions of:
See Note 3.
Seven, used to configure base address
0 to 70 °C
-30 to 85 °C
0 to 60 °C
-30 to 85 °C
1. Rev C card shows “9278” on the white label; older Rev B card shows a number beginning with “8939”. Rev C card requires both 5.0 and 3.3 volts. This card is not compatible with computers that supply 5 VDC only.
This document shows examples of system architecture for PC-based I/O control systems and lists Opto 22 products that work together for PC-based control. System examples include:
The PCI-AC5, PCIe-AC5, AC5, and G4AC5 adapter cards provide a PC interface for Opto 22 digital I/O mounting racks.
*** NOTE: The AC5, PCle-AC5, and G4AC5 are OBSOLETE and no longer available.***
This document shows you quickly how to install the card and its software. For more details, see Form 1211, the PCI-AC5, PCIe-AC5, and AC5 User's Guide.
Opto 22 PCI-AC5, PCIe-AC5, and AC5 (or G4AC5) adapter cards provide an interface between personal computers and Opto 22 digital input/output (I/O) mounting racks for direct connection to I/O points.
This document includes installation and use instructions for the cards and the driver toolkit that comes with them.