The FlexMulti instrument family allows communication with a PC, PXI Express Chassis or a Laptop using various interfaces including Ethernet, USB, PCI-Express, PXI-Express or Thunderbolt 3.
Each FlexMulti device supports a common set of I/O that include 16 discrete I/O plus 8 transmit and 8 receive ports where each port can be individually programmed as ARINC 429, ARINC 717, serial ASYNC RS-422 / 485, HDLC/SDLC, Pulse/Frequency generator or even discrete I/O.
In addition to the common set of I/O, each FlexMulti device supports a dedicated set of databus ports including ARINC 664/AFDX, CAN Bus, Serial Async, MIL-STD-1553 with EBR and ARINC 629.
Each FlexMulti transmitter and receiver port allows very precise message timetagging. Multiple FlexMultis can be used while keeping all databus time-correlated thanks to the device to device synchronization mechanism. All FlexMultis also support IRIG-B I/O synchronization.
FlexMulti devices support embedded code programming to operate as standalone or remote devices. The FlexMulti can be used on a desktop or rack-mounted using the supplied hardware.
The FlexMulti instruments can be controlled using Ethernet, allowing distributed devices on a LAN to be accessed by client computers on the network. Also you can setup a netwok with a Wi-Fi hub and access the FlexMulti device wirelessly.
The FlexMulti instruments can also be controlled using USB 2 or USB 3. USB is the most common desktop and laptop port that you’ll see.
The FlexMulti instruments can also be controlled using PXI Express connectivity. This configuration allows integration of the FlexMulti in a lab equipped with a PXI Express chassis.
The FlexMulti instruments can also be controlled using PCI Express over cable or Thunderbolt 3 connectivity. This configuration allows control of the FlexMulti from a desktop PC with an available PCI-Express slot or a Laptop equipped with a Thunderbolt 3 connector.
We can customize the FlexMulti instruments to meet your specific requirements. Whether you need to support a special I/O, databus protocols or embedded software, our engineering team can help you by adapting a FlexMulti to suit your needs.
Need a FlexMulti that can meet vibrations and EMI for flight testing ? Our team have the experience in the product customization and environments testing to meet flightworthy specifications.
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