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2008-04-17 Fault insertion modules roll for HILS automotive test
Pickering Interfaces has expanded its range of PXI Fault Insertion solutions with the introduction of two modules, which provide a compact solution for simulating both high and low current faults when testing control systems.
2011-07-07 Fault insertion modules provide 34 channels
Pickering Interfaces has launched two fault insertion modules that provide up to 34 fault insertion channels, capable of switching up to 110VDC at 150W.
2011-11-11 Fault insertion channel can switch up to 2.5kVA
The 40-199 provides 10 fault insertion channels that can be connected to either (or both) fault bus connections.
2004-11-09 Micrel devices provide safe board insertion, removal
Micrel said its new controllers/sequencers are designed to provide safe insertion and removal of boards for systems that require live backplanes
2005-03-09 LED indicator addresses fault and status display apps
BivarOpto introduced a new right-angle surface mount LED indicator for improved fault and status display apps
2008-08-18 Fault-protected transceiver suits motor-driver control systems
Maxim Integrated Products has developed the MAX13448E 80V fault-protected, full-duplex RS-485 transceiver
2013-05-29 Exar's transceivers boast improved fault tolerance
Exar's latest line of transceivers supports data rates up to 20Mbit/s in either full or half duplex configurations and can be used in various industrial automation applications.
2007-08-03 PXI switching modules roll for automotive apps
Pickering Interfaces has introduced three new fault simulation modules for its PXI switching products designed for 'hardware in the loop' fault simulation applications
2001-01-01 Test coverage enhancements at the register transfer level
This technology article describes the RTL buffer insertion and fault grading that helps identify untested functions and low-fault coverage areas where added test vectors can be generated.
2004-09-15 Maxim hot-swap controllers eye IEEE1394/FireWire apps
The new MAX5943 and MAX5944 devices from Maxim allow the safe insertion and removal of IEEE1394/FireWire peripherals from a live IEEE1394/FireWire port
2005-03-21 Linear Tech unveils new controller
Linear Tech released an ultra low voltage Hot Swap controller that protects load voltages ranging from 0 to 6V, and allows for the safe insertion and removal of boards from a live backplane
2012-11-09 Linear Tech unveils dual Hot Swap controller
The LTC4226 controls external N-channel MOSFETs to gently power up the board, avoiding sparks, connector damage and system glitches, enabling safe board insertion into live 4.5-44V backplanes
2007-09-03 Hot Swap controller drives ATCA mezzanine cards
Linear Tech's new Hot Swap controller enables live insertion and removal of mezzanine cards used on ATCA carrier blades, MicroTCA systems or proprietary network platforms
2008-08-27 Pickering rolls new PXI solid-state high current switches
Pickering Interfaces is expanding its range of PXI high current switching solutions with the introduction of a family of high power capacity solid-state relay solutions.
2005-01-17 Embedded test speeds system verification
Reusing embedded test speeds up system verification and provides an additional return on the silicon investment.
2012-02-17 Using OpenFlow protocol to control network flow
Learn why it is important to build the open-source specification OpenFlow into routers, switches, and other devices to realize the benefits of Software-Defined Networks.
2007-09-03 Tips for successful structured ASIC designs
The use of structured ASIC for custom IC design is an increasingly attractive option. This article provides useful tips for structured ASIC designs.
2008-05-01 TI unveils hot swap controllers for AdvancedMCs
TI has introduced the industry's first single-chip, dual-slot hot swap controllers for AdvancedMC used in wireless, telecom and computing systems.
2002-11-08 TI power managers withstand -100V spikes
Designed for use in nominal -48V systems, the TPS2392 and TPS2393 hot swap power managers operate with supply voltages ranging from -20V to -80V and are rated to withstand spikes to -100V.
2006-10-11 Tektronix touts significant advancement in TDR test tech
According to Tektronix, its new time-domain-reflectometry (TDR) and electrical modules represent the most significant performance advancement in TDR test technology in 20 years.
2002-05-14 SoC test reels out of control
System-level IC testing, already complicated by increasing chip capacity and the growing use of third-party intellectual property (IP), is now being threatened from another quarter.
2000-12-01 Ringed bus technology puts twist on switching networks
Switch fabric is a fast, concurrent and transparent mechanism for transferring data from multiple sources to multiple destinations within a network via high-speed point-to-point links.
2007-09-07 Radar test devices add pulse modulator capability
Aeroflex has added an internal pulse modulator capability to its 6810 and 6820 Series microwave signal generators and scalar analyzers.
2010-03-03 Protection IC packs power management bus support
National Semiconductor Corp. has introduced a system monitoring, protection and control IC with on-chip power management bus (PMBus) support.
2011-03-17 Power controllers with Hot Swap
Linear Technology introduces the LTC4227 and LTC4225 with Hot Swap controller and ensure smooth current transfer between supplies in diode-OR applications.
2008-07-04 Power Architecture MCUs gear up for automotive
Freescale Semiconductor has expanded its portfolio of Power Architecture MCUs to address a broad range of cost-sensitive automotive applications requiring 32bit performance.
2005-08-23 Phihong's single-port injector for Gigabit PoE touts a better way
Phihong's PSA20U single port power injector for power-over-Ethernet apps is a module suited to Gigabit systems, i.e., 1,000Mbps, as well as for traditional 10baseT or 100baseT systems.
2007-10-22 PCIe hot-plug controllers ups design flexibility
Maxim's fully integrated, 3-/4-channel PCIe hot-plug controllers increase design flexibility and save board space and production cost.
2003-12-02 NSC hot-swap controller saves board area
National Semiconductor Corp. (NSC) has unveiled a -48V hot swap controller that delivers board area savings and long-term system reliability for comms systems.
2005-10-05 New negative high-voltage hot swap controller from Linear Tech
Linear Technology unveiled a negative high-voltage Hot Swap controller that features an onboard 10-bit ADC and I?C compatible interface, allowing sophisticated power monitoring by measuring card voltages and currents.
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