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Speedgoat I/O Connectivity

Speedgoat provides a wide range of I/O connectivity with ready-to-use hardware configurations that include I/O emulation products typically used with hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulations. Speedgoat provides a block library and documentation with every product.

If you installed a Speedgoat library, to open the Speedgoat documentation, in the Command Window, type:

speedgoatdoc

You can find online Speedgoat I/O connectivity documentation here:

You can find online Speedgoat I/O connectivity product information here:

Speedgoat I/O connectivity includes support for:

  • Analog I/O: A/D, D/A, single or differential, with or without isolation, 16–24 bit, both voltage and current

  • Digital I/O: LVCMOS, TTL, RS-422, RS-485, LVDS

  • FPGA code modules for:

    • Interrupts

    • PWM generation and capture, pulse patterns

    • Quadrature decoding and encoding (measurement and simulation)

    • SSI master, slave, and sniffer (measurement and simulation)

    • SSI2 master, slave, and sniffer (measurement and simulation)

    • EnDat 2.2 decoder, encoder, and sniffer (measurement and simulation)

    • BiSS decoder, encoder, and sniffer (measurement and simulation)

    • SPI master, slave, and sniffer

    • I²C master and slave

    • Cam and crank decoder and simulator (measurement and simulation)

    • UART (RS-485/RS-422)

    • Aurora 64B/66B master and slave

  • LVDT/RVDT and synchro/resolver (measurement and simulation)

  • Serial:

    • RS-232, RS-422, RS-485

    • SDLC, HDLC

  • Shared memory

  • Thermocouple, RTD, and strain gauge (measurement and simulation)

  • Vibration measurements (IEPE/ICP transducers)

  • Programmable resistors and potentiometers

  • SPDT, SPST, and DPST reed relays

  • Fault insertion

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