The Analog Inputs are used to measure continuous quantities, such as temperature, humidity, position, pressure, etc. Phidgets offers 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.
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.
The Digital Outputs can be used to drive LEDs, solid state relays (such as the 3052 SSR Relay Board) transistors; in fact, anything that will accept a CMOS signal.
Connecting additional USB devices to the 1019 is as easy as plugging them into the on-board 6-port hub. Each USB port on the hub has a maximum current supply of 500mA.