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Analog Inputs
The analog inputs are used to measure continuous voltage outputs generated by various sensors such as temperature, humidity, position, or pressure.
Phidgets offer a wide variety of sensors that can be plugged directly into the board using the cable included with the sensor.
Sampling rates can be set at 1ms, 2ms, 4ms, 8ms and multiple of 8ms up to 1000ms.
For more information about these inputs and their connectors, have a look at the Analog Input Primer.

Digital Inputs
The Digital Inputs have a Digital Input Hardware Filter to eliminate false triggering from electrical noise.
They can be used to convey the state of devices such as push buttons, limit switches, relays, and logic levels.

Digital Outputs
The Digital Outputs can be used to drive LEDs, solid state relays (such as the 3052 SSR Relay Board), transistors,… anything that will accept a CMOS signal.


Name User-friendly name
Enable Activate to enable the device
Run at startup Activate to run the device at Kinetic startup
Serial Number: Enter the serial number of the VINT HUB Phidget

For each voltage input:

Voltage choose if you receive the voltage or ratio
Generic voltage sensor choose the voltage sensor type
100 ms set the refresh interval in ms

Task action:

Enable device enable the device
Disable device disable the device
Switch outputs select outputs and assign a voltage value

Task trigger:

You can trigger a task on a change of the state of the inputs.

Digimap trigger:

The incoming value is patched to this Digimap.


Get IN 0 Get the voltage on IN 0
Get IN 1 Get the voltage on IN 1
Get IN 2 Get the voltage on IN 2
Get IN 3 Get the voltage on IN 3
Get IN 4 Get the voltage on IN 4
Get IN 5 Get the voltage on IN 5
Get IN 6 Get the voltage on IN 6
Get IN 7 Get the voltage on IN 7

User interface:

You can add this device in any user panel.
You can then choose the available features in the panel.

Device information:

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