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Interconnect system from ECT aimed at high-speed apps

Posted: 23 Dec 2015 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:ECT? interconnect? test? defence? aerospace?

Everett Charles Technologies (ECT) has announced a VG interconnect block to meet the needs of high speed applications featuring USB, HDMI, RJ45 connectors for off the shelf cabling. According to the company, the products enhance its line-up of VG series interconnect solutions.

The VG Mass Interconnect System is a cost effective and quick delivery solution that is compatible to all available test instrumentation and platforms, noted the company. Mass interconnect systems act as the connector interface between test instruments (PXI, VXI, LXI, GPIB, SCXI & PCI) and devices/units under test (DUT/UUT). By mating a receiver on the tester side with an interchangeable test adapter (ITA) on the UUT, the mass interconnects enables the entire system to mate together at one time.

VG Mass Interconnect System

The Mass Interconnect Systems are available in multiple sizes and configuration to accommodate virtually any testing requirement. As universal and configurable interfaces they ensure widest flexibility. The ECT plug and play VG blocks are easy to connect using off the shelf ribbon cables, coax and Berg connections, added the company.

Mass interconnect systems are often used in defence, aerospace, automotive, manufacturing and other applications. By mating a receiver on the tester side with an interchangeable test adapter (ITA) on the UUT, the mass interconnects enables the entire system to mate together at one time. Mass Interconnect Systems are available in multiple sizes and configuration to accommodate virtually any testing requirement.





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