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PXD7113 FlexRay Digitizer

Features

  • Designed for FlexRay measurements
  • 100MS/s with 16Bit resolution
  • Fully isolated design with two selectable inputs in
    differential or single ended mode
  • Multiple instrument and channel synchronization possibilities
  • Built-in timer/counter engine for high speed timer/counter
  • Built-in DVM function for high precision measurement

Product Information

High resolution FlexRay Digitizer
The PXD7113 FlexRay Digitizer features a 100MS/s input with 16Bit resolution, input voltages up to ±10V and a bandwidth up to 10MHz. The PXD7113 FleyRay Digitizer has a 2MB memory which allows up to
1 million samples. The device has a high common mode rejection ratio (CMRR).

Two multiplexed inputs – selectable as differential or single ended inputs
The PXD7113 FlexRay Digitizer can be configured in differential or single ended mode. In both modes, an optional 95Ω termination resistor can be activated. This allows a FlexRay signal measurement without additional signal conditioning. Data can be acquired before and after the trigger event with a programmable sample counter, that controls the number of data points.

Multiple instrument synchronization possibilities
A great amount of trigger capabilities results in multiple instrument synchronization possibilities. Furthermore the PXD7113 FlexRay Digitizer has a built-in timer/counter and voltage measurement engine.

High throughput design for many applications
The PXD7113 FlexRay Digitizer is designed for high throughput testing. This design guarantees highest quality measurements and is perfect for a wide range of application areas including automotive, communications, scientific applications, military/aerospace and consumer electronics.