The 40-582 is a 256 crosspoint PXI matrix with dual pole switching. The module consists of a 16x16 matrix of 2-pole electro-mechanical relays with 2A current handling.
The module is designed for switching medium voltage and power signals, typical applications include signal routing in ATE and data acquisition systems.
The user signal connection is via a robust 78 pin D-Type connector that is fully supported by the wide range of Pickering Interfaces cable and connector accessories.
These modules are supported by our Diagnostic Test Tools:
Note: This product permits switching up to 150VDC/100VAC. The alternative range referenced above has been introduced with an increased switching capacity of 270VDC/225VAC. Please refer to the alternate range product page when considering system designs that can benefit from this improvement.
If no specifications are present, please see the product datasheet in this section.
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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|Max V DC:||150|
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Related 78 Pin D-Type Connector Accessories Datasheet
A complete list and documentation for mating connection accessories
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