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Core configurations for accelerated test systems

National Instruments' (NI) ATE Core Configurations are designed to deliver core mechanical, power, and safety infrastructure to help users accelerate the design and build of automated test systems.

National Instruments
05/23/2017
National Instruments' (NI) ATE Core Configurations are designed to deliver core mechanical, power, and safety infrastructure to help users accelerate the design and build of automated test systems. Courtesy: National Instruments

National Instruments' (NI) ATE Core Configurations are designed to deliver core mechanical, power, and safety infrastructure to help users accelerate the design and build of automated test systems. Courtesy: National Instruments

National Instruments' (NI) ATE Core Configurations are designed to deliver core mechanical, power, and safety infrastructure to help users accelerate the design and build of automated test systems. Courtesy: National InstrumentsNational Instruments' (NI) (Nasdaq: NATI) ATE Core Configurations are designed to deliver core mechanical, power, and safety infrastructure to help users accelerate the design and build of automated test systems in industries ranging from semiconductor and consumer electronics to aerospace and automotive. ATE Core Configurations help simplify the design, procurement, assembly, and deployment of smarter test systems at a lower cost and shorter time to market by empowering test organizations with a platform for standardization. These 19-in., rack-based configurations are available in various rack-unit heights, and offer scalable power profiles to match the needs of nearly any application and geography. Test organizations can benefit from highly integrated safety features such as thermal shutoff, emergency power off (EPO), optional uninterruptible power supplies and IEC 61010 certification.

The ATE Core Configurations allow the users to choose what is included in the system, and where within the rack, including PXI instrumentation, signal conditioning, kW power supplies, cooling, and more. It also has a streamlined procurement, which simplifies the bill of materials management with consolidated part numbers and fewer vendor transactions. ATE Core Configurations can also include TestStand test management software and LabVIEW code module development software, extensive API and example program support for PXI instruments, and more than 13,000 instrument drivers for third-party box instruments.

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