PXI solid state multiplexer module featuring a wide range of selectable switching configurations.
Supported by our eBIRST Switching System Test Tools
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The 40-681A-001 is a very high-density versatile PXI Multiplexer module featuring a wide range of selectable switching configurations with 350mA current and 60V voltage handling. The 40-681A is especially useful where a high-density MUX array is required that can adapt to different test configurations for different test targets, or where a test system may have to be reconfigured in the future.
This PXI multiplexer uses high performance solid state relays to ensure long service life even when hot switching into capacitive loads. The 40-681A can sustain 1.5A for 100ms on hot or cold switching.
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|Switch Type:||Solid State|
|Max I (A):||0.35|
|Max V DC:||60|
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