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

From: Dwight K. Elvey <dwight.elvey_at_amd.com>
Date: Wed Sep 8 19:58:47 2004

>From: "B.Degnan" <billdeg_at_degnanco.com>
>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

Hi Bill
 Looking at the parts on the board, it is a multi channel
A/D board. It looks like a Standard Bus but I think there
should only be 50 pins. The TSC 800 is a dual slop A/D
( slow but very good resolution ). The AD667's are analog
somethings by Analog Devices. They might be D/A's or analog
 It looks like there is a bunch of input amplifiers. This could
be for anything from a simple A/D to a temperature measurement
 Anyway, it is definitely and analog interface board.
Received on Wed Sep 08 2004 - 19:58:47 BST

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