Automotive

usb esd protection

Protecting USB devices from Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)

Post date: 3 years 2 months ago
Usb ESD protection with Acroname The next-generation circuitry in today’s consumer and industrial electronics is smaller, faster, better. Consumers love the innovations. But test engineers are not as enthusiastic. Because that innovation comes with a striking downside: increased susceptibility to...

AUTO DRIVE: The automation of automotive USB-C mobile device testing

Post date: 3 years 3 months ago
*/ The need for USB-C and power delivery ports in automobiles is speeding up, and the auto industry is adapting to the new demands. As the engineer in charge of testing, you’ll need to up your automated validation testing game.  We live in an on-the-go world, and our devices travel with us in...

Data line mismatch issues using USB 2.0 and 3.1 on the 5 port USB-C redriver switch

Post date: 4 years 4 weeks ago
/*-->*/ Acroname USB C Switch Data Line Mismatch Abstract: For users of the redriver version of the Acroname USB Type C 4-Channel Port Selector Switch: if using USB 2.0 only or are having troubles with USB 2.0 connections, disable the USB 3.1 redriver and disconnect the USB 3.1 data lines to...
Kentigen instrumentation card

Automotive USB-C Hub Testing with MTM and microFCT

Post date: 4 years 1 month ago
Kentigen, one of Acroname's partners supporting the test market in Europe, used MTM to solve a months-old problem of testing final assemblies for an automative infotainment system. Spoiler: Kentigen used MTM's modularized, miniaturized, and low-cost instrumentation as the heart of its system which...
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