Modular functional test system

  • 18-Apr-2011 09:20 EDT
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The Agilent TS-8900 automotive functional test system from Agilent Technologies is an off-the-shelf, standardized PXI-based solution that offers test coverage and speed for use in automotive electronics test applications. Suitable for testing medium- to high-pin-count electronic control units, the Agilent TS-8900 offers manufacturers greater assurance of product reliability, faster time to market, and higher return on investment for their test equipment. At the heart of the system is Agilent’s new 32-channel M9216A high-voltage data acquisition module. Capable of acquiring dynamic voltage levels ranging from 1 mV to 100 V at 250 kSa/s per channel simultaneously, this PXI module is one of the most powerful high-voltage data acquisition solutions available for the automotive industry, claims the company.

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