A 6 Channel Fault Insertion switch designed for the simulation of fault conditions in automotive systems.
Supported by our eBIRST Switching System Test Tools
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The 40-192A-012 is a PXI fault insertion switch using solid state switching elements and is capable of switching current up to 10A. It is designed to be able to insert three different fault conditions between the test fixture and the equipment under test:
Through relays on each channel enable signals to the UUT to be set open-circuit. Fault Insertion Buses allow any channel to be shorted to any other channel and also enable any channel to be connected to an external signal such as Power, Ignition or Ground to simulate fault conditions. The module is supplied with 2 fault buses.
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Please note: In some cases, for products like our Scalable LXI Chassis, the specifications can be found on the datasheets for the associated plugin modules that are inserted into these chassis. To find these modules, go to the "Also in the Range" link above.
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|Product Type:||Fault Insertion Switching|
|Switch Type:||Solid State|
|Max I (A):||10|
|Max V DC:||200|
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