New Ametek SGX Series

NEW -  SGX Series With Touch Screen Display for Sorensen DC Power Supply Family

The SGX Series is the next generation of the successful SG line of programmable DC power supplies and offers test system builders a variety of features and options designed to simplify system configuration and testing processes:

  • Up to 15kW in 3U and 30 kW in 6U
  • Easily parallel chassis for up to 150kW
  • Intuitive touch screen display
  • Automatic crossover from constant voltage to constant current operation
  • Fast load transient response
  • Power factor >0.9 typical
  • Standard RS232 and LXI Ethernet
  • Blank panel (no display) versions available for slave units


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New Boonton 4500C Peak Power Analyzer

The Boonton Model 4500C is the instrument of choice for capturing, displaying, analyzing and characterizing microwave and RF power in both the time and statistical domains. It is ideal for design, verification, and troubleshooting of pulsed and noise-like signals used in commercial and military radar, electronic warfare (EW), wireless communications (e.g., LTE, LTE-A, and 5G), and consumer electronics (WLAN), as well as education and research applications.


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New Pickering PXI Fault Insertion Switches

PXI Fault Insertion Switches (model 40-202) from Pickering Interfaces are  designed for differential signaling requirements and are available with 22 or 11 fault insertion channels, suitable for automotive and avionics test applications. Units are used in open-circuit, short-circuit between signal pairs and short-circuit to user applied fault conditions such as power or ground. The switches are compatible with eBIRST Switching System test tools that simplify identification of relay failures within modules.


New Techaya MILTECH 300

Introducing the MILTECH 300 -Techaya’s Rugged USB 3.1 Hub and Charging Platform now in HUB on Board Format

The industry's only USB 3.1 Smart Hub on Board (HoB) allows communication between multiple USB-connected devices in fixed-wing/rotor aircraft, hardened portable enclosures and harsh commercial environments.

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New Abaco Systems AXIS ImageFlex 2.0

Image processing software to speed development of autonomous vehicles introduced by Abaco

Abaco Systems in Huntsville, Ala., is introducing release 2.0 of its flexible ImageFlex image processing.

and visualization software toolkit, which provides an easy-to-use API framework to considerably speed and simplify the development, optimization and maintenance of advanced artificial intelligence (AI) applications -- especially those targeted at autonomous vehicles.

ImageFlex enables developers of image and video processing and visualization applications on graphics processing units (GPUs) to be substantially more productive by hiding the complexity of the underlying software layers, while maintaining high performance.

By providing an OpenGL abstraction layer it can reduce the number of lines of code required by a factor of five, radically reducing the effort and time needed in order to create, test and maintain the application. This means faster time-to-market as well as lower development cost.

ImageFlex is complementary to Abaco's NVIDIA GPU-based GVC1000 and GVC2000 hardware platforms, which use the NVIDIA Jetson supercomputer on a module for AI computing at the edge. This allows the creation of complete solutions for Degraded Visual Environment (DVE), 360-degree situational awareness, helmet mount sight processing, target identification and tracking and other EO/IR processing applications. It is portable across a range of graphics processing architectures and operating systems, and is potentially safety certifiable.

Related: Software tool to speed and ease development of embedded computing GUIs introduced by Abaco

The ImageFlex API provides functions for a range of image processing operations from simple image transformations through to more complex lens distortion correction and image morphing.

It includes optimized, high quality image fusion, stabilization, tracking and distortion correction algorithms, as well as a comprehensive set of reference application examples that provide core software building blocks. ImageFlex also provides tools and reference examples demonstrating how to integrate with sensors and deploy artificial intelligence-based applications such as object detection and recognition.

New Abaco Systems VP430

FPGA embedded computing for electronic warfare (EW) and radar signal processing introduced by Abaco

Abaco Systems in Huntsville, Ala., is introducing the VP430 direct RF processing embedded computing system with the Xilinx ZU27DR RF system-on-chip (RFSoC) technology for advanced electronic warfare (EW) applications including multiple input/output (MIMO), beamforming, sensor processing, and radar signal processing.

The dense analog field-programmable gate array (FPGA) digital signal processing (DSP) board has eight A/D converter and D/A converter synchronized channels, and can synchronize several boards.

When combined with Abaco's 3U VPX processing boards, the VP430 enables systems designers to build systems from high performance, interoperable commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) components.

The VP430 can enable the use of fewer boards and much less power while delivering increased processing throughput, company officials say. It occupies one-fourth of the slots that earlier-generation solutions would require.

The VP430 can be built with a FireFly 8-channel VITA 66.4 fiber optic interface for transfers faster than 12 gigabytes per second for applications in which the throughput of the native VPX PCI Express Gen3 data plane is inadequate or when a remote client requires streaming data.

Related: Embedded computing specialist Abaco boosts digital signal processing (DSP) expertise with 4DSP buy

The VP430 enables direct RF sampling in the digital domain, and the simplified integration with RF sampling devices removes the complexity of JESD204B high-speed serial interfaces.

The Xilinx RFSoC brings a combination of FPGA processing, a multi-processor-embedded ARM Cortex-A53 application processing unit (APU), an ARM real-time processing unit (RPU), and eight input analog-to-digital converter and eight digital-to-analog converter channels.

Additionally, the Zynq Ultrascale+ architecture integrates with features to enable high security IP protection. The RFSoC brings extreme analog bandwidth with a sustained throughput of 6 gigasamples per second per channel and more than 12 gigabytes per second per channel digital offload capability.