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Goepel SFX Gang Test integrates 3 module types

03 Dec 2013

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Goepel electronic has broadened its Scanflex Boundary Scan product line with the launch of the SFX Gang Test Module Kit, a solution for parallel test and programming of up to 32 different assemblies with an integrated mass interconnect interface from Virginia Panel.

The SFX Gang Test Module Kit consists of three interconnected module types – a TAP transceiver, a multipurpose parallel I/O unit, and a power management unit. It offers a complete solution for parallel applications based on Embedded System Access (ESA) technologies providing throughput increase by factors of 16 or 32. As only one system controller is required, efficiency increases and investment costs are reduced. The module kit, particularly developed for gang applications, can be flexibly adjusted to various environments and different test and programming applications such as Flash programming, MCU programming, or dynamic tests per Processor Emulation.




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