Vaunix LSW Series Lab Brick RF and Microwave Programmable Switches offer high isolation, solid-state switching for wireless testing in both single pole double throw (SPDT) and single pole four throw (SP4T) configurations. These low-cost, portable units are powered and controlled via a USB port connection to any PC or powered hub. No additional DC supply voltage is required. Lab Brick RF and Microwave Switches are easily programmed directly from the included GUI and through the external control inputs. Lab Brick Switch API DLL and LabVIEW compatible drivers are also available for custom programming applications.
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Vaunix LSW Series Lab Brick RF and Microwave Switches are designed with advanced solid-state technology. LSW Series Switches offer 10 Watt power handling capability, and are easily programmable for ATE applications. These switches can operate on multiple devices directly from a PC or self-powered USB hub. In addition, they are programmable by means of LabVIEW software drivers from National Instruments.
Lab Brick RF and Microwave Switches measure 3.86 x 2.25 x 1.35 in. (98 x 64 x 34 mm) and weigh less than 0.5 lb. (0.23 kg). They comply with international requirements for electromagnetic-compatibility (EMC) emissions and immunity for Class A ISM devices to ensure that they don't interfere with other ISM-band equipment. They are also RoHS compliant.
Each Lab Brick Switch comes with a USB flash drive containing the GUI software and digital version of the programming guide for automatic-test-equipment (ATE) applications. They also include WiMAX, 3G and LTE test platforms. All Lab Brick products come with Vaunix’s committed customer support.
USB Programmable SPDT and SP4T Solid-state RF and Microwave Switches
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