New Distribution Agreement for Embedded System Debug & Test Instruments
The Xpress Series is a range of compact single function USB instruments that can generate digital stimuli, collect data or interface electronic boards with specific bi-directional protocols (incl. SPI, I²C and 3-wire & 4 wire interfaces).
The GP Series are multi-function products that offers several modes of operation including pattern generator, logic analyzer, SPI and I²C master/analyser and JTAG port controller. The new GP-24100 has a frequency range up to 100MHz and a max. burst throughput of 200MByte/s.
All instruments are controlled via the same 8PI Control Panel common software graphical user interface (GUI). 8PI can be downloaded as a free trial version from: www.stantronic.co.uk, under Software Downloads.
The Byte Paradigm agreement has expanded the product portfolio of StanTronic Instruments into the growing market segment of hardware and software design and verification.
All products from Byte Paradigm are now available ex stock from StanTronic Instruments.
StanTronic Instruments GmbH
Formed in 1998, StanTronic Instruments GmbH Germany was established to provide the Central European electronics industry with a quality source of instruments for Test, Measurement, Education and Automation markets, counting many of the leading European electronics manufacturers amongst their customers, such as Siemens, Bosch, Continental Automotive, Festo, Airbus Industries as well as Research Centres, Universities and Educational Institutions.
The provision of modern measurement technologies requires expertise, know-how and strong technical advice and support. With extensive experience and expertise, StanTronic Instruments is well positioned to share knowledge with our clients to ensure customers get the most out of their investment.
StanTronic Instruments represents industry leading manufacturers including:Goodwill (GWInstek), OR-X, Leaptronix, Acute, Signametrics, Intronix, Owon, ZTEC and Seintek, all leaders in their field.
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