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Automotive functional tester speeds product deployment

Posted: 08 Nov 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:functional tester? automotive test solution? product deployment?

Agilent Technologies Inc. has introduced a low-cost, small-footprint functional tester designed for automotive test markets. The TS-5040 automotive functional test system includes the essential capabilities needed to accelerate test-solution development and deployment, helping manufacturers get their products to market faster.

The TS-5040 is a scalable system in a 0.75m rack that is suitable for testing automotive body control and safety electronic modules with just enough test capabilities to minimize cost of test. The new automotive functional test system has the flexibility to perform RF standalone tests, such as remote keyless entry and tire pressure monitoring system, as well as a combination of low-frequency (AC and DC) and RF tests specifically targeted at the automotive market. This test platform is also compatible with ISM band in industrial and consumer applications from 100MHz to 3GHz for remote control transmitters/receivers, remote metering, remote temperature sensoring and RFID.

"The new Agilent TS-5040 is designed to meet low-cost manufacturing needs within the growing automotive market," said Eng-Hooi Ang, automotive product segment manager for Agilent's measurement systems division.

Providing greater flexibility and full use of the system, the Agilent TS-5040 offers the option of an Express Connect or a MacPanel interface connector assembly, which serves as the main interface between the UUT and the system.

The Agilent TS-5040 automotive functional test system is available at a starting price of $30,000.




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