Four-slot USB/LXI modular chassis set for IEEE AUTOTESTCON debut

8th September 2017
Posted By : Mick Elliott
Four-slot USB/LXI modular chassis set for IEEE AUTOTESTCON debut

A four-Slot USB/LXI Modular Chassis from Pickering Interfaces will make its debut at IEEE AUTOTESTCON 2017 (September 12-15) in Schaumburg, Illinois. The Chassis (model 60-105) complements Pickering’s two-slot USB/LXI Modular Chassis (model 60-104) in that they both offer a small, lightweight form/factor ideal for portable, benchtop and space restrictive applications.

These chassis are designed for desk or rack mounting and feature remote control via USB or LXI Ethernet.

Remote control over a network enables the switching function of a test system to be located as close as possible to the target equipment.

The new four-slot chassis supports between one and four of Pickering’s 3U PXI modules.

Possible systems include switching matrices up to 2208 crosspoints or up to 72 channels of programmable resistor/sensor simulation.

The chassis is USB 3 compatible and has a fully compliant LXI interface.

These communications standards enable the chassis to be controlled directly through standard interfaces found on most personal computers and tablets that support HTML5, allowing for a very practical route into a variety of applications in the modular test and measurement market.

Pickering Interfaces stands behind all of their manufactured products with a standard three-year warranty and guaranteed long-term product support.


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