GOEPEL electronics Launches New Boundary Scan Module


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With CION-LX Module/FXT48A GOEPEL electronics presents a new Boundary Scan module. It offers a wide function range and dynamics for test of analog, digital and mixed signals. The module is an easy, safe and low cost solution to extend the Boundary Scan technology to non scanable partitions.

The CION-LX™ Module/FXT48A has 48 single-ended and 6 differential channels with a voltage range between 0,9V and 3,6V. Dynamic test resources such as frequency counter, event detector, arbitrary waveform generator or digitizer are available for each channel. Thereby, both static and dynamic at-speed tests are possible, allowing a significant improvement in the structural fault coverage and more flexible test strategies.

The new model is based on the ASIC CION-LX™, a JTAG controllable Mixed Signal Tester-on-Chip (ToC), developed by GOEPEL electronics. In context of the Boundary Scan software platform SYSTEM CASCON™ a comprehensive automation of the entire project development is possible with minimal effort. The CION-LX™ module can be connected to any Test Access Port (TAP) and can be cascaded to increase the number of channels.

About GOEPEL electronic

GOEPEL electronics is a worldwide leading vendor of innovative electronic and optical test and inspection systems, being the market leader for professional JTAG/Boundary Scan solutions for Embedded System Access (ESA). A network of branch offices, distributors and service partners ensures the global availability of the products as well as the support of the more than 8,000 system installations. Founded in 1991 and headquartered in Jena/Germany, GOEPEL electronics employs currently more than 215 employees and generated a revenue of 30 Million Euro in 2014 (ca. $32 Mio). GOEPEL electronics has continuously been ISO9001 certified since 1996 and has been honoured with TOP-JOB and TOP-100 awards for being one of the best medium-sized companies in Germany. GOEPEL electronic’s products won several awards in recent years and are used by the leading companies in telecommunication, automotive, space and avionics, industrial controls, medical technology, and other industries. Further information about the company and its products can be found on the internet at www.goepel.com.   

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