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The TS-7300 with TS-9700, is the ARM 7300 mounted with the TS-9700 peripheral board. The TS-9700 provides additional analog Inputs/Outputs.


The TS-9700  peripheral board.

Inputs and  Outputs

Additional to the interface of the ARM 7300 the following inputs and outputs are available:

Analog Inputs

8 channel 12-bit Analog to Digital Converter with precision 0.2% Analog Reference. Each A/D channel is jumper selectable for: 0 to 2.5V input, 0 to 10V input, 0 to 20mA input.

Analog Outputs

4 channel 12-bit Digital to Analog Converter (optional). DAC outputs are 0 to 5V range.

Jumper settings

Default settings for 20-sim 4C:

ono jumpers: address 0x160, 0-2.5 V input range

Input range selection:

o0-2.5 V input range, 120 Hz bandwidth: remove A, B and C jumpers for a particular channel

o0-2.5 V input range, 10 kHz bandwidth: place jumper A and remove the B and C jumpers for a particular channel

o0-10 V input range, 500 Hz bandwidth: remove the A and B jumper and place only the C jumper for a particular channel

o0-20 mA input range: place jumper A and B and remove jumper C for a particular channel

See for more details the official TS-9700 wiki page:


The TS 7300 is  a product of Technologic Systems. More information can be found on their website: and their TS-9700 wiki page:

Operating System

The TS 7300 board is delivered with the following operating system:

RTAI real-time Linux: You can order an SD Flash card with a customized RTAI real-time linux installation including the 20-sim 4C target support software.