MITS - 88 ADC
Analog To Digital Converter Board
Probably reflecting upon the companies
early roots only Cromemco at the time offered a similar S-100 card. This is the best picture of this
relatively rare board I could locate. If you have a better one and would
like to share it please let me know.
The 88 ADC was a high accuracy Analog to
Digital Converter that was used to input analog signals to the Altair computer.
The 88-ADC included a buffer amplifier (with a true differential input
instrumentation amplifier option), an 8-channel multiplexer (used to select one
of the 8 input signals), circuitry to address the card (the 88-ADC is treated as
an I/O device), and associated timing circuitry. Resolution was 12 bits with a 50 micro
second resolution time.
The manual for this board can be
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