- Aims to provide standard solutions with the help of customised development
- Comes with low-cost and high-performance
Salland’s ”off-the-shelf” custom OEM instrument solutions allow the building of ATE instruments that are low in cost and pose minimal risk. The company’s latest proof of concept is a scalable 200MHz DPin IO technology based on ElevATE’s Mystery Octal SOC ASIC. This is a 64ch PXIe card with 8 Mystery ICs onboard featuring:
- 64 (/32)-channel, 200MHz/up to 500Mbps Digital I/O card in PXIe format
- Based on ElevATE Mystery ASIC and an FPGA based timing generator
- Scalable architecture in blocks of 16 channels up to 256+
- Technology can be used in all kind of form-factors; modules, ATE, PXIe, etc.
With the Mt. Mystery ASIC, Salland was able to dramatically increase channel count and speed in an air-cooled solution designed to fit into the strict power/space requirements for a PXIe card.
“We are very excited by what our engineering partner, Salland, has been able to do with our class-leading Mt. Mystery ASIC. We know our customers will appreciate the density of their solution and the flexibility of the PXIe architecture,” said David Kenyon, Elevate CEO.