Geotest Expands PXI Chassis Product Line

November 7, 2011. Geotest has announced two new additions to its 3U PXI chassis product line. The GX7305 master chassis and the GX7315 slave chassis feature 20 PXI slots with only one slot required for an embedded or remote controller, providing 19 peripheral PXI slots for instrumentation. Both chassis offer 1600 W of system power, providing twice the power per slot (60 W) compared with a standard PXI chassis, and they feature a high-capacity, forced-air cooling configuration for effective thermal management of each peripheral PXI slot.

“Geotest has continued to expand its PXI chassis portfolio and the GX7305 and GX7315 represent our latest additions to our PXI chassis product line which is the broadest and most diverse in the industry,” said Loofie Gutterman, president of Geotest. “These chassis, with their high-capacity power systems, offer customers the flexibility and capabilities to develop test systems using high-performance digital, analog, and RF instrumentation without being constrained by a PXI chassis that offers only the minimum power per slot as specified by the PXI standard.”

Like Geotest’s other PXI chassis, the GX7305 and GX7315 feature software-controlled smart functions, providing per slot temperature monitoring, system power supply monitoring, fan monitoring and control, and PXI trigger mapping – all accessible via an API or UI.

Prices: GX7305, $9,995; GX7315, $8,895 USD.

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