DaTran Corporation

Fast, high-quality electronic design and manufacturing

DaTran Corporation designs custom electronic circuits to bring your idea to life. We’ve helped customers design everything from a fishing pole sensor (a high-tech bobbin!), to down-hole oilfield electronics, to tanker truck tracking devices, to electronic controls for large-scale agricultural sprayers.

Our own line of products perform data acquisition and processing. We make controllers of all sorts to run displays, drive motors, run pumps or perform any other type of output. We know the in’s and out’s of IO!

Incorporated in 1990, DaTran Corporation provides contract electronic engineering (and manufacturing) services to industrial, commercial, and governmental customers and also to inventors and entrepreneurs. Our small size allows us to move quickly and give our customers close personal attention to engineering and manufacturing projects.

 

Data Input and output

On this page we will have some free info. This should be some orginal knowlege shared by John

 
 
Datran Rendition II (maybe something more generic here)

Datran Rendition II (maybe something more generic here)

What is Data IO?

So here I will write some stuff that I learn from John about data IO, in general. There will also be a picture that relates to what John has said. The discussion on this page should be fairly technical, but the language clear. This is free information that should interest engineers


Types of input

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these images really belong on the product page!

these images really belong on the product page!


OK, so this is one type of output

OK, so this is one type of output

Output types and actions

Here we discuss what we can do with processed data - turn a motor, display text, send a new command to be used as input, etc. Of course, another picture