Controller area network (CAN) interfaces meet the physical and electrical requirements for in-vehicle automotive networks based on CAN.
These modules provide a variety of counting and timing measurements, including measuring a number of time-related quantities, counting events, or totalizing and measuring position with quadrature encoders.
With voltage levels up to 150 V, high current drive, and isolation, industrial digital I/O can connect directly to a wide array of pumps, valves, motors, and other sensors/actuators.
Optimized for automated test, these devices accurately measure voltage, resistance, current, capacitance, inductance, and temperature.
These devices feature unmatched versatility for both time and frequency domain applications. Along with standard oscilloscope measurements, you can use them as spectrum analyzers, transient recorders, ultrasonic receivers, and a multitude of other instruments.
DSAs are designed specifically for applications requiring audio, noise, and vibration measurements.
FlexRay interfaces meet the physical and electrical requirements for in-vehicle automotive networks based on FlexRay, including support for both cold-start and normal applications.
Frame grabbers acquire images from Camera Link, GigE Vision, IEEE 1394, and analog and parallel digital devices.
Connect to rack-and-stack instrumentation using the industry’s most popular instrument control standard.
Meet application challenges from custom digital communication analysis to end-of-line functional testing.
Handle remote measurement, industrial control, and data logging for a diverse set of sensors and actuators regardless of the environment or distance.