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5B standard?

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by [email protected], Jul 22, 2005.

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  1. Guest

    Does anyone have a reference for the standard for 5B signal
    conditioning modules? I had come across something that suggested they
    were based on an ISO standard, but I couldn't find anything on
    www.iso.ch. I'm interested in finding out what the standard pinouts
    are, what the mechanical dimensions are supposed to be, what kind of
    connectors to use...

    If anyone has any info, I'd really appreciate hearing it.

    Thanks,

    Chris
     
  2. Does anyone have a reference for the standard for 5B signal
    Just in case you missed it: not a std reference, but info enough to
    understand what it is all about.

    http://www.analog.com/Analog_Root/static/marketSolutions/ios/catalog/5b/5b_intro.html


    Arie de Muynck
     
  3. John Perry

    John Perry Guest


    I'd be very surprised if it's an ISO standard, but it's certainly an
    industry standard, invented in the 1980's by Analog Devices, and now
    copied by many, many vendors. The AD reference above is excellent
    (after all, it's by the original developer).

    John Perry
     
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