Four-channel PXI power electronics test and measurement unit introduced by Marvin

IRVINE, Calif. –IRVINE, Calif. Marvin Test Solutions Inc. in Irvine, Calif., is introducing the GX3104 four-channel PXI source measure unit (SMU) for power electronics test and measurement that forces and senses voltage and current over a range of ± 20 volts to ± 1 amp.

Apr 30th, 2018
By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

IRVINE, Calif. –IRVINE, Calif. Marvin Test Solutions Inc. in Irvine, Calif., is introducing the GX3104 four-channel PXI source measure unit (SMU) for power electronicstest and measurement that forces and senses voltage and current over a range of ± 20 volts to ± 1 amp.

The module's flex-power architecture offers users the option to configure the SMU as a 4-channel, 250-milliamp channel SMU or as a single-channel 1-amp SMU. This can enable test engineers to support high-current or multi-channel SMU applications with one module.

The four channels are electrically isolated from the PXI power supply and share a common, isolated ground. In addition, all module power is provided by the PXI bus, eliminating the need for bulky, external DC power supplies.

"This latest addition to our PXI product line delivers the performance and flexibility that our customers demand for test and measurement applications that require precision, speed, and ease of use," says Marvin CEO Steve Sargeant.

The GX3104 comes with an API and UI, as well as documentation, online help files, and GtLinux, a software package that supports Linux 32/64 operating systems.

For more information contact Marvin Test Solutions online at www.marvintest.com.

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