Tokyo platform for PXI switching solutions

9th January 2017
Posted By : Mick Elliott
Tokyo platform for PXI switching solutions

PXI switching and simulation solutions will be showcased by Pickering Interfaces and its Japanese agent Andor Systems Support at ELECTROTEST JAPAN (January 18-20).Featured will be a 2-slot USB/LXI Ethernet Modular Chassis (model 60-104) which offers a small lightweight form factor, making it ideal for portable, benchtop and space restrictive applications.

It supports one or two 3U Pickering PXI modules and accepts the vast majority of Pickering’s PXI extensive product range.

The USB compatible and LXI compliant Ethernet interfaces enable the chassis to be controlled directly through standard interfaces found on most personal computers—allowing for a very cost effective route into the modular test and measurement market.

PXI Microwave Multiplexers (40-784A) support 4-way or 6-way multiplexers in single, dual or triple formats. They are characterised for 6GHz, 18GHz, 26.5GHz, or 40GHz and have excellent performance throughout their frequency range. All models occupy just two 3U PXI slots.

Also highlighted in the booth will be Pickering’s eBIRST Switching System Test Tools. These tools, designed specifically for Pickering’s PXI, PCI or LXI products, simplify switching system faultfinding by quickly testing the system and graphically identifying the faulty relays.

Pickering will also be showing a range of PXI and PCI switching and simulation products.


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