Combines a 2-pole 18-channel power MUX with a lower power multiplexer for sense applications in a single slot PXI module.
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The 40-658-002 is a PXI multiplexer combining a 2-pole 18-way power distribution MUX with a second lower power 2-pole 18-way MUX in a convenient single slot PXI module. It is ideal for power distribution where power and sense signals are required to be connected to an array of devices under test.
This multiplexer is also convenient for making 4 wire low resistance measurements by supplying the resistor under test with high current through the power MUX and sensing the voltage drop through the sense MUX.
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