Test pod tool for voltage and digital logic

CWAV of Temecula, Calif., is offering the USBee DX Test Pod (DX) to its product family of PC-based test pods that verify analog voltage levels and digital logic used in electronics.

Mar 1st, 2007

CWAV of Temecula, Calif., is offering the USBee DX Test Pod (DX) to its product family of PC-based test pods that verify analog voltage levels and digital logic used in electronics. The DX builds on CWAV’s USBee AX Pro Test Pod and offers 2 analog and 16 digital channels, click-and-drag instant decode of embedded bus transactions (including I2C, SPI, ASYNC, CAN, USB low and full speed, I2S, SM-Bus, PS/2 and 1-Wire), digital voltmeter, data logger, digital signal generator, pulse width modulator, frequency counter, frequency generator, I2C Controller, and pulse counter. In addition, users are able to create applications to control the DX with the USBee Toolbuilder source code and library. The DX helps engineers, students, and home hobbyists test and debug electronic products and designs. The DX is a compact device (exact size: 2.25 × 1.5 × 0.75 inches) that attaches to a PC using a USB cable. Depending on the PC application used, the DX becomes a collection of various electronics test tools. The Oscilloscope/Logic Analyzer has 2 analog and 16 digital signals sampling 100 million samples at as fast as 24 megasamples per second and dual 8-bit A-D converters. Users can also click-and-drag to instantly decode embedded bus transactions (I2C, SPI, ASYNC, CAN, USB low and full speed, I2S, SM Bus, 1-Wire and PS/2). Additionally, the DX includes a 2-channel, ±10V digital voltmeter, 16-digital and 2-analog-channel data logger, 16-channel digital signal generator, 16-channel pulse-width modulator, 16-channel frequency counter, frequency generator that generates sets of common frequencies, I2C Controller to control I2C devices using simple text scripts, remote controller to easily control your hardware using a PC, 16-channel pulse counter with gating control, and USBee Toolbuilder source code and library to create your own test tools. For more information contact CWAV online at www.usbee.com.

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