The PCI-Express 8/16 relay board APCIe-2200 has 8/16 relay output channels and 8/16 digital inputs, 24 V. 7/15 inputs are interruptible. The board is especially suited for applications like industrial I/O control, signal switching, alarm monitoring, as interface to machines, for the ON/OFF monitoring of motors, lights etc. in the harsh industrial environment. Drivers for Windows 8/7/Vista/XP and Linux as well as programming samples are included.


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  • 8 or 16 electromechanical relays with change-over contacts
  • Max. switching voltage for the relays: 200 VDC, 200 VAC
  • Max. switching capacity: 60 W, max. 2 A
  • Short response time
  • Watchdog: switched on/off through software

Digital inputs

  • 8 or 16 inputs, optically isolated, incl. 7 or 15 interruptible inputs
  • Input voltage 24 V

Safety features

  • EMC tested
  • Watchdog activity can be read back
  • Optical isolation of the relays
  • Creeping distance IEC 61010-1


  • Industrial digital I/O controlling
  • Signal switching
  • Interface to electromechanical relays
  • Automatic test equipment
  • ON/OFF monitoring of motors, lights…
  • Alarm monitoring
  • Machine interfacing


A CD-ROM with the following software and programming samples is supplied with the board.

Standard drivers for:

  • Linux
  • 32-bit drivers for Windows 8 / 7 / Vista / XP / 2000
  • Signed 64-bit drivers for Windows 8 / 7 / XP
  • Real-time use with Linux and Windows on request

Drivers and samples for the following compilers and software packages:

  • .NET
  • Microsoft VC++ • Borland C++
  • Visual Basic • Delphi
  • LabVIEW • LabWindows/CVI • DIAdem

ADDIPACK functions:

  • Digital input • Digital output
  • Watchdog • Timer

On request:

Further operating systems, compilers and samples. Driver download: www.addi-data.com/downloads


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