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Hello,
I need to connect Arduino mega2560 with a dSpace board (digital I/O and A/D boards), 10 V coaxial connectors. How to solve the electronic compatibility with arduino digital and analogic ports?
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dSpace board?  What is that?  Post a link?
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The dSpace boards http://www.dspace.com/en/inc/home/products/hw.cfm are PCI/ISA interface boards for plugging into a computer.  Are you referring to the dSpace connector/LED panels?
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Sorry, i forgot to post the links

this is the digital I/O board
http://www.dspace.com/en/pub/home/products/hw/modular_hardware_introduction/i_o_boards/generating_and_capturing.cfm

this is the AD board
http://www.dspace.com/en/pub/home/products/hw/modular_hardware_introduction/i_o_boards/a_d_boards.cfm

and yes, i'm referring to the connector(/led) panels to communicate with the processor board.
To be more precise, buses have BNC or Sub-D connectors:
http://www.dspace.com/en/inc/home/products/hw/modular_hardware_introduction/modular_panels.cfm
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then my problem is to choose between bnc and sub-D ports. and how to resolve the difference in voltage
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