Marvin Test Solutions Announces New PXI Multifunction Instrument New GX3722 Series Multifunction Instrument Delivers Exceptional Measurement and Control Functionality

Marvin Test Solutions, Inc., a trusted provider of globally-deployed innovative test solutions for military, aerospace, and manufacturing organizations announced the release of the new GX3722 Series Multifunction Analog and Digital I/O Instrument.

The GX3722 delivers exceptional flexibility and utility, with a unique mix of measurement and control functionality, in a single high-performance 3U PXI hybrid slot compatible instrument. Analog measurement capabilities include four time-interval channels, each rated at 10 MHz, with channels supporting both 50 Ω and 75 Ω input impedance. Two digitizer channels, each with a maximum sampling rate of 10 MS/s, include programmable input impedance and sampling rates with a 24 Vpp input range.

Two channels of multifunction waveform generation deliver Sine, Triangle, Sawtooth, Square, and Arbitrary signals up to 10 MHz, while four channels of dedicated square wave generation further complement the source capabilities of this card. The addition of four 100 kHz differential TTL I/O channels and three open collector output channels (50 V, 2.0 A) enable control of external devices.

“The GX3722 delivers a unique combination of measurement and control functionality ideal for small to medium size systems” said Jon Semancik, Director of Marketing for Marvin Test Solutions. “And the ruggedized, extended temperature version is perfect for customers deploying test systems in extreme, harsh environments.”

The GX3722 Series is supplied with GxFPGA, a software package that includes a virtual instrument panel, and a Windows 32/64-bit DLL driver and documentation. Interface files are provided to support access to programming tools and languages such as ATEasy, LabVIEW™, C/C++, Microsoft C# and Visual Basic .Net. A Linux driver is also provided with the GtLinux software package.

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