who can identify this vintage card - "DAD-48" ?

From: Steve Thatcher <melamy_at_earthlink.net>
Date: Wed Sep 8 19:54:05 2004

it isn't scsi. First of all it is a Pro-Log STD bus card. The card is an
analog to digital and digital to analog convertor. The ad667 chips are 12
multiplying digital to analog convertors which gives you four analog
outputs for the board. I couldn't make out the Burr-Brown part numbers, but
I suspect that they are sample and hold amplifiers or analog switches that
take eight analog inputs and presents them to the TSC800 chip which is a 15
bit analog to digital converter. Just a guess anyway...

best regards, Steve Thatcher

At 08:32 PM 09/08/2004, you wrote:
>I have a mystery card to identify within a pile of miscellaneous cards
>acquired recently. On the card is printed "DAD-48 Computer Dynamics, Inc.
>1985." The cable jack is a 50-pin female. I am having trouble locating
>specifics on the web, and I have looked everywhere. Where might one use
>this card? Is it PCI SCSI?
>A picture is worth a thousand words. Here is a page I put up with some
>Thanks in advance.
>Wilmington, Delaware
Received on Wed Sep 08 2004 - 19:54:05 BST

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