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10 new products for your T&M needs

04 Nov 2015  | Martin Rowe and Susan Nordyk

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EX1200-3824 multiplexer, VTI Instruments

Equipped with long-life solid-state relays, VTI Instruments' EX1200-3824 multiplexer offers eight banks of 1×24 one-wire switching. With its 100V input range, the multiplexer can be used for automotive ECU (electronic control unit) test applications, where signals capable of producing high-voltage transients are common.

Since the multiplexer typically interfaces with data-acquisition instruments that are limited to 10V input ranges, the EX1200-3824 provides an optional onboard 10:1 attenuator to eliminate the need for external circuitry, while ensuring maximum signal integrity. The unit can be controlled using the supplied API, which complies with the industry-standard IviSwtch class specification. Both path-level programming and individual relay control are supported to ease test system integration.

The EX1200-3824 includes onboard configuration relays to connect individual banks together to form matrices as large as 1×192 without external wiring. Up to 48 1x24 one-wire channels can be accommodated in a 1U EX1200 full-rack mainframe or mixed and matched with other EX1200 plug-ins.

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