Our modular hardware gives you optimum scalability and flexibility. You can choose from our wide range of I/O boards and processor boards to put together exactly the hardware you need for your project. All boards are designed and thoroughly tested by dSPACE. This one-vendor concept guarantees that all boards and all systems work well together, without any compatibility problems.
You can set up both single-processor and multiprocessor systems with a processor board as a base, and then adapt the system to your tasks by connecting I/O boards. The system can be expanded or adapted to new projects at any time. The type and number of I/O interfaces, the computing performance, and I/O capabilities can easily be expanded by adding further boards to the system.
With a processor board as a base, you can set up both single-processor and multiprocessor systems.
- Processing power for dSPACE's modular hardware
- Computes the simulation model
- High-speed connection to all dSPACE I/O boards via PHS++ bus
- Programming from Simulink®
DS1005 PPC Board
The DS1005 PPC Board is ideal for computing models with high sampling rates and a lot of I/O capacity, and for use in dSPACE’s AutoBox
DS1006 Processor Board
The DS1006 Processor Board is ideal for computing very complex, processing-intensive models, and for use in laboratories.
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dSPACE's wide range of intelligent I/O boards feature numerous options, from simple signal input/output to complex signal generation and interface support.
I/O boards for modular hardware
System configuration using any desired combination of I/O boards
Programming from Simulink®
I/O boards overview
As versatile as the many application areas of our modular systems
Easy access to I/O signals with BNC and Sub-D connectors
- Access analog signals via BNC connectors
- Access digital signals via Sub-D connectors
- Two enclosure options: 19" rack or 19" desktop box
- Sub-D connectors are low-density and grouped according to I/O channels or functional units
- LED panels indicate the status of the board's digital signals
Panels for modular hardware
All panels at a glance