Press Release Summary:
As 64-channel PXI arbitrary waveform generator with 16-bit amplitude resolution, GX1649 provides output range of Â±15 V and is supplied with API and UI for variety of software development environments –Â including ATEasy, C, Visual BASIC, COM, and LabVIEW. Module meets needs of those who have high-channel count applications for sensor simulation or system test applications where large number of DC/AC signal sources are required.
Original Press Release:
Geotest-Marvin Test Systems Expands PXI Multi-Channel D to A Product Line
GX1649 offers 64 channel DC source and arbitrary waveform capability for sensor emulation and system test
Irvine, Calif. – Geotest today announced the introduction the GX1649, a 64 channel, PXI arbitrary waveform generator with 16 - bit amplitude resolution. The GX1649 offers the highest channel count in the industry for a PXI DC / AC source and features a wide output voltage range of +/- 15 volts.
“The GX1649 meets the needs for those customers who have high channel count applications for sensor simulation or for system test applications where a large number of DC/AC signal sources are required,” said David Manor, Geotest’s vice-president of engineering. “The GX1649 offers market leading features and demonstrates Geotest’s on-going commitment and ability to deliver unique and differentiated PXI products for the test and measurement market.”
The GX1649 is a single slot, 3U PXI module and is supplied with a a full featured API and user interface for a variety of software development environments including ATEasy, C, Visual BASIC, COM, and LabVIEW.
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About Geotest-Marvin Test Systems – A subsidiary of the Marvin Group, Geotest - Marvin Test Systems, Inc. is a global supplier of PXI and PC-based test products, systems, and solutions. Geotest's products and systems are used worldwide in thousands of aerospace, semiconductors, communications, medical, industrial, and military test applications.