Active Voltage Rail Probe And SPMI Decoder Enhance High-Def Scopes

Active Voltage Rail Probe And SPMI Decoder Enhance High-Def Scopes
Teledyne LeCroy

Teledyne LeCroy offers two new products: the RP4030 active voltage rail probe and an industry first MIPI System Power Management Interface (SPMI) serial decoder. The RP4030 probe measures small signal variations on a dc power/voltage rail, while the SPMI decoder monitors and correlates SPMI serial bus messages with DC power/voltage rail changes. Both are viable for testing line or battery-powered computing and embedded systems that use digital power management ICs (PMICs) to reduce power consumption and increase system efficiency. They enhance and extend the capabilities of the company’s HDO8108 (1-GHz, 8-channel, 12-bit) and HDO9404 (4-GHz, 4-channel, 10-bit) high-definition oscilloscopes. Price for the RP4030 is $2,580 while the optional RP4000-BROWSER is $1,590. The HDO9000 Series now supports the RP4030 with software version Support for most other Teledyne LeCroy oscilloscopes begins in January 2017. The price of the SPMI decoder is $2,010.

Teledyne LeCroy
Chestnut Ridge, NY

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Company: Teledyne LeCroy
Country: United States (USA)

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