ATC30 holds three IndustryPack modules in a single ISA (PC/AT platform) slot. The ATC30 is typically installed in a 386, 486 or IntelÂ® PentiumÂ® Processor based system, although some workstations use ISA as an I/O bus. The ATC30 is similar to the ATC40 with the exception of one less IndustryPack. This allows the form factor to reduce to a short AT card so it can be installed in most typical industrial AT chasis. See the Specification Section for the exact dimensions. Also see the ATC40 User manual for its specifications. The ATC30 permits slave and interrupt access from the host processor to the IndustryPacks. The ATC30 typically resides in the ISA address space above one megabyte. This requires the use of a DOS extender (such as Phar Lap) if running DOS. Advanced operating systems such as WindowsÂ®, OS/2Â®, SCO UnixÂ®, and OS-9000Â can directly address high memory. The ATC30 may be set to occupy 16 Kbytes below one megabyte for DOS compatibility without an extender. Both byte and 16-bit word accesses are supported.
- Holds 3 IPs