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6 R's of EMS Manufacturing Test

The 6-R's of Manufacturing Test

Post date: 2 years 9 months ago
*/ When it comes to advanced and cost sensitive electronic products, it remains vital to accurately test these devices during manufacturing and assembly to make sure they provide what the consumer expects and that each and every feature works how it should, right out of the box. The last thing a...
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Automate Rotating Offline Backups via USB Hubs to Avoid Ransomware

Post date: 3 years 2 months ago
  How to Automate Offline Backups Manually   If your organization connects any device to the Internet, it’s vulnerable to foreign and domestic hackers, ransomware, leakware, and data theft.   The security experts tell you to manually back up your data and systems every week. But in the real...

How Many USB Devices Can I Connect?

Post date: 3 years 4 months ago
Adding more than two USBHub3+ hubs Some customers who have been using multiple Acroname USBHub3+ hubs have shared with us that they cannot add more than two USBHub3+ hubs to their system or that they need more USB resources. As it happens, this is not a limitation of USBHub3+ itself, but rather a...

Why USB-C Connections Sometimes Don't Work

Post date: 4 years 6 months ago
Flexibly Control USB-C Connections USB-C makes life easy for average consumers and users through two mechanisms: orientation agnostic connectors and automatic configuration. While these features are great for average users, they can make testing and validating USB systems complicated. Acroname's...
Working with USB-C-Switch

Working with USB-C-Switch

Post date: 4 years 9 months ago
Connectivity and Control of the Acroname USB-C-Switch Acroname’s BrainStem-enabled programmable USB-C-Switch can be very useful to help automate and monitor USB connections in test environments. USB-C-Switch handles USB connections differently than a USB hub and also introduces the MUX entity to...
Choosing USB hub or USB switch CarPlay example

What's the Difference Between a USB Hub & USB Switch + What is Multiplexer?

Post date: 4 years 10 months ago
USB Hub vs USB Switch Several customers have asked us whether or not a USB hub or a USB switch is right. There are important and distinctive differences between these two classes of devices, both architecturally and functionally. In many cases, both devices can be used in the same system to...
Getting Started with USB C Switch

Getting Started with USB-C-Switch

Post date: 5 years 3 weeks ago
USB-C Switch Overview Now that you have your USB-C-Switch from Acroname, here are a few steps to help get started using your switch. In your package, you should find these contents for each switch: (1) Acroname USB-C-Switch (1) USB-C to USB-C cable (1) USB-C to USB-A cable **An Acroname...
Selecting an object and traffic detection sensor technology

Selecting a Sensor Technology

Post date: 5 years 3 weeks ago
How to Choose the Right Sensor Technology Advances in LiDAR and sensor technology are driving size and cost of sensors down rapidly, while improving performance dramatically. The Acroname team has put together this short guide to help make some sense of the technologies available today: Laser...
USB Hub ESD Event Handling Illustration

Is your USB Hub reliable?

Post date: 5 years 3 months ago
At Acroname, we take ESD seriously. We recently partnered with the team at Pragma Design (https://pragma-design.com), a leader in ESD analysis and solutions, to improve ESD event handling of the USBHub3+ 8-port Programmable USB 3.0 Hub.       Pragma Design's advanced current reconstruction...
Vision Systems Design 2017 Innovators Award

Acroname Wins Vision Systems Design 2017 Innovators Award

Post date: 5 years 4 months ago
It's great when customers find your products useful. It's fantastic and humbling when your product is recognized by the industry as innovative. Vision Systems Design Magazine's Innovator's Award program recognizes innovative technologies, products and systems in the vision and image processing...

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