OpenATE, Flower Series
OpenATE Announces Flower Series Products to Provide IC Testing New Solutions
News Release from:
26 July 2010
OpenATE today released 2 new products: PEony-12 and Orchid-16. They work with National Instruments PXI 3U FlexRIO FPGA Module to offer the highest performance on the 3U PXI platform for semiconductor device testing. LabVIEW* 2009 VI functional driver is supplied for programming the flower series instruments.
PEony-12 is a 12 channel per-pin architecture digital pin card for the PXI platform. Its timing formatter circuitry provides 12 independent channels with a 100 MHz true vector rate (200MHz in multiplex mode) for digital timing and formatting. Bundled with the programmable driver, comparator, and load (DCL) pin electronics (-2V to +6V, ±12mA), PEony-12 offers complete functionality of ATE-capability digital pins on the PXI platform.
PEony-12 works with National Instruments PXI-3U FlexRIO* FPGA Module to provide 12 digital I/O channels with per-pin PMU. As an example, a typical 8-slot PXI chassis which accommodates 7 pieces of FlexRIO can drive a total of 84 independent digital pins.
Orchid-16 offers the most performance and features on the 3U PXI platform for semiconductor device DC measurements. Its per-pin architecture makes it ideal for parallel DC parametric testing.
Orchid-16 has 4 quadrant capability with support for 3 different voltage ranges (±11.25V, 0V to +22.5V, and −16.25V to +6.25V) and 5 programmable current ranges from ±5μA to ±80mA. Each of the 16 channels can independently FV/MV, FV/MI, FI/MI, FI/MV, MV, MI or high-Z.
Orchid-16 works with National Instruments PXI-3U FlexRIO FPGA Module to provide 16 PPMU channels. Two Orchid-16 cards can share 1 single FlexRIO to provide 32 independent PPMU channels. More information about PEony-12 and Orchid-16 can be found at www.openate.com.