Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

Pickering Interfaces, a global company, designs and manufactures high-quality modular signal switching and simulation for use in electronic test and verification. We offer the largest range of switching and simulation products in the industry for PXI, LXI and PCI applications, with over 1,000 in PXI alone. Our products are specified in test systems installed throughout the world and have a reputation for providing excellent reliability and value.

Our commitment to delivering you high-quality products does not just extend to our switching and simulation products. We also offer a full range of supporting cable and connector solutions, diagnostic test tools and software, including our signal routing software, Switch Path Manager and software drivers.

Our products have a history of longevity, typically 15–20 years, which is critical to many of our customers. All products manufactured by us come with a standard 3-year warranty and include guaranteed long-term support.

Pickering serves many electronics industries, including automotive, aerospace & defense, energy, industrial, communications, medical and semiconductor. We operate globally with direct operations in the US, UK, Germany, Sweden, France, Czech Republic, and China—with additional representation in countries throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia.

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  • Stephenson Road
    Clacton on Sea, CO15 4NL
    United Kingdom

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  • PXI Single 2 Channel Fibre Optic LC

    40-855-412 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    These PXI Fiber Optic MEMS Switching cards are available in many high density formats with a choice of five different connector styles to suit most applications: FC/APC (for optimal performance), FC/PC and SC/PC for general applications and LC and MU for high density applications. Fiber optic multiplexers create a signal path by redirecting the optical signal into a selected output fiber. This is achieved using Micro-Mechanical Mirrors driven by a highly precise mechanism and activated via an electrical control signal.

  • PXI Single 2 Channel Fibre Optic MU

    40-855-312 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    Pickering PXI Fiber Optic MEMS Switching cards are available in many high density formats with a choice of 5 different connector styles to suit most applications: FC/APC (for optimal performance), FC/PC and SC/PC for general applications and LC and MU for high density applications. Fiber optic multiplexers create a signal path by redirecting the optical signal into a selected output fiber. This is achieved using Micro-Mechanical Mirrors driven by a highly precise mechanism and activated via an electrical control signal.

  • PXI Single 2 Channel Fibre Optic SC/PC

    40-855-212 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    Pickering PXI Fiber Optic MEMS Switching cards are available in many high density formats with a choice of 5 different connector styles to suit most applications: FC/APC (for optimal performance), FC/PC and SC/PC for general applications and LC and MU for high density applications. Fiber optic multiplexers create a signal path by redirecting the optical signal into a selected output fiber. This is achieved using Micro-Mechanical Mirrors driven by a highly precise mechanism and activated via an electrical control signal.

  • PXI Single 2 Channel Optic Mux FC/APC

    40-855-012 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    Pickering PXI Fiber Optic MEMS Switching cards are available in many high density formats with a choice of 5 different connector styles to suit most applications: FC/APC (for optimal performance), FC/PC and SC/PC for general applications and LC and MU for high density applications. Fiber optic multiplexers create a signal path by redirecting the optical signal into a selected output fiber. This is achieved using Micro-Mechanical Mirrors driven by a highly precise mechanism and activated via an electrical control signal.

  • PXI Single 2 Channel Optic Mux FC/PC

    40-855-112 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    Pickering PXI Fiber Optic MEMS Switching cards are available in many high density formats with a choice of 5 different connector styles to suit most applications: FC/APC (for optimal performance), FC/PC and SC/PC for general applications and LC and MU for high density applications. Fiber optic multiplexers create a signal path by redirecting the optical signal into a selected output fiber. This is achieved using Micro-Mechanical Mirrors driven by a highly precise mechanism and activated via an electrical control signal.

  • PXI Single 2 x 2 Fibre Optic Mux LC

    40-860-412 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    Pickering PXI Fiber Optic MEMS Switching cards are available in many high density formats with a choice of 5 different connector styles to suit most applications: FC/APC (for optimal performance), FC/PC and SC/PC for general applications and LC and MU for high density applications. Fiber optic multiplexers create a signal path by redirecting the optical signal into a selected output fiber. This is achieved using Micro-Mechanical Mirrors driven by a highly precise mechanism and activated via an electrical control signal.

  • PXI Single 2 x 2 Fibre Optic Mux MU

    40-860-312 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    Pickering PXI Fiber Optic MEMS Switching cards are available in many high density formats with a choice of 5 different connector styles to suit most applications: FC/APC (for optimal performance), FC/PC and SC/PC for general applications and LC and MU for high density applications. Fiber optic multiplexers create a signal path by redirecting the optical signal into a selected output fiber. This is achieved using Micro-Mechanical Mirrors driven by a highly precise mechanism and activated via an electrical control signal.

  • PXI Single 2 x 2 Fibre Optic Mux SC/PC

    40-860-212 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    Pickering PXI Fiber Optic MEMS Switching cards are available in many high density formats with a choice of 5 different connector styles to suit most applications: FC/APC (for optimal performance), FC/PC and SC/PC for general applications and LC and MU for high density applications. Fiber optic multiplexers create a signal path by redirecting the optical signal into a selected output fiber. This is achieved using Micro-Mechanical Mirrors driven by a highly precise mechanism and activated via an electrical control signal.

  • PXI Single 2 x 2 Insert/Bypass Switch FC/APC

    40-860-012 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    Pickering PXI Fiber Optic MEMS Switching cards are available in many high density formats with a choice of 5 different connector styles to suit most applications: FC/APC (for optimal performance), FC/PC and SC/PC for general applications and LC and MU for high density applications. Fiber optic multiplexers create a signal path by redirecting the optical signal into a selected output fiber. This is achieved using Micro-Mechanical Mirrors driven by a highly precise mechanism and activated via an electrical control signal.

  • PXI Single 2 x 2 Insert/Bypass Switch FC/PC

    40-860-112 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    Pickering PXI Fiber Optic MEMS Switching cards are available in many high density formats with a choice of 5 different connector styles to suit most applications: FC/APC (for optimal performance), FC/PC and SC/PC for general applications and LC and MU for high density applications. Fiber optic multiplexers create a signal path by redirecting the optical signal into a selected output fiber. This is achieved using Micro-Mechanical Mirrors driven by a highly precise mechanism and activated via an electrical control signal.

  • PXI Single 2x2 Insert/Bypass Switch SC

    40-860-212-M - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    Pickering PXI Fiber Optic MEMS Switching cards are available in many high density formats with a choice of 5 different connector styles to suit most applications: FC/APC (for optimal performance), FC/PC and SC/PC for general applications and LC and MU for high density applications. Fiber optic multiplexers create a signal path by redirecting the optical signal into a selected output fiber. This is achieved using Micro-Mechanical Mirrors driven by a highly precise mechanism and activated via an electrical control signal.

  • PXI Single 2x2 Insert/Bypass Switch ST

    40-860-512-M - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    Pickering PXI Fiber Optic MEMS Switching cards are available in many high density formats with a choice of 5 different connector styles to suit most applications: FC/APC (for optimal performance), FC/PC and SC/PC for general applications and LC and MU for high density applications. Fiber optic multiplexers create a signal path by redirecting the optical signal into a selected output fiber. This is achieved using Micro-Mechanical Mirrors driven by a highly precise mechanism and activated via an electrical control signal.

  • PXI Single 2x2 RF Matrix 2.5GHz 50 MCX

    40-877-101 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-877 is a 50 2x2 RF matrix available with 1 or 2 banks in a single PXI slot. Loop-thru connections are provided on both the X and Y axis allowing the attachment of terminations for unused signals or for expansion to other matrices. Larger matrices are easily built with varied X and Y dimensions, such as 8x2 and 4x4 using multiple 40-877 modules. All versions exhibit low insertion loss and VSWR through the use of modern RF relay technology at an affordable cost. Each matrix has been carefully designed to ensure excellent and repeatable RF characteristics to frequencies of 2.5GHz. The injection of noise and unwanted signals into the signal paths of the 40-877 has been minimized by careful attention to the mechanical and electrical design.

  • PXI Single 2x2 RF Matrix 2.5GHz 50 SMB

    40-877-001 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-877 is a 50 2x2 RF matrix available with 1 or 2 banks in a single PXI slot. Loop-thru connections are provided on both the X and Y axis allowing the attachment of terminations for unused signals or for expansion to other matrices. Larger matrices are easily built with varied X and Y dimensions, such as 8x2 and 4x4 using multiple 40-877 modules. All versions exhibit low insertion loss and VSWR through the use of modern RF relay technology at an affordable cost. Each matrix has been carefully designed to ensure excellent and repeatable RF characteristics to frequencies of 2.5GHz. The injection of noise and unwanted signals into the signal paths of the 40-877 has been minimized by careful attention to the mechanical and electrical design.

  • PXI Single 2x2 RF Matrix MCX 75 Ohm

    40-837-101 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-837 is a 75 2x2 RF matrix available with 1 or 2 banks in a single PXI slot. Loop-thru connections are provided on both the X and Y axis allowing the attachment of terminations for unused signals or for expansion to other matrices. Larger matrices are easily built with varied X and Y dimensions, such as 8x2 and 4x4 using multiple 40-837 modules.