The DI-705 is a screw terminal signal interface that provides an alternate way to interface analog input and digital input/output signals to any of our instruments that have 37-pin D-type input connectors. The DI-705 provides signal access through screw terminal strips when plugged into the host instrument's 37-pin D-type connector. The terminal strips accept 16 to 22 gauge wire and each screw terminal is silk screened with the corresponding "D" connector pin number. The DI-705 also features a 37-pin male "pass-through" connector, which allows you to connect CABL-4, or the DI-75B, or any 37-pin DAS-16 compatible device to the host instrument while still allowing screw terminal access.
The DI-706 is a banana jack signal interface that provides an alternate way to interface analog input signals to any of our instruments that have 37-pin D-type input connectors. When plugged into the host instrument's 37-pin D-type connector, the DI-706 provides signal access (32 channels) through banana jacks located on the top panel of the instrument. The DI-706 is offered in two configurations; one for host instruments that feature differential-only measurement capability (DI-722, etc.), and one for host instruments that offer both differential and single-ended measurement capability (like the DI-720).
Check out these test accessories for use with the DI-706.
32-channel banana jack signal interface for host instruments that have both differential and single-ended measurement capability.