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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  • PXI RF Multiplexer Modules

    Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    Pickering's PXI RF Multiplexer Modules are capable of providing economic switching for frequencies up to 6 GHz. They are available in 50 and 75, the 75 version are designed for Telecoms and high quality video switching. Our other PXI RF options include RF SPDT switches and RF matrices. For higher frequency applications or applications requiring high performance levels, please take a look at our Microwave Switching Modules.

  • PXI RTD Simulator Module 12 Channel PT100

    40-262-201 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-262 is a 3U PXI module range that supports 6 (in one slot), 12 or 18 (in two slots) channels of RTD simulation. Based on the design principles of our 40-260 PXI Precision Resistor, this RTD simulator module can provide a setting resolution of <8m (PT100) or <90m (PT1000) and a resistance accuracy of better than 0.1% on all channels. Each simulation channel is able to provide a short or open circuit setting to simulate faulty wiring connections to a sensor. Calibration or verification of each resistor channel can be verified by using the calibration port connected to a high performance DMM and a supplied software package. Each module can be specified with a resistance range of either 90 to 250 suitable for PT100 simulation (40-262-001/201/101),or 900 to 2500 suitable for PT1000 simulation (40-262-002/202/102). Both resistance ranges are suitable for simulatinga temperature range of approximately -25C to 410C for their given sensor type. The use of resistance value calls makesprogramming simple, an API to convert temperature requests to resistance calls using a model of the sensor being used isalso available. Each channel can operate with a differential input voltage range of greater than 15V relative to a definedcommon mode voltage. The common mode voltage can be set to 0V, (input range of at least 15V), +12V (input range of -3V to+27V), -12V (input range of -27V to +3V) or an external comm>

  • PXI RTD Simulator Module 12-Channel PT1000

    40-262-202 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-262 is a 3U PXI module range that supports 6 (in one slot), 12 or 18 (in two slots) channels of RTD simulation. Based on the 40-260 design principles the module can provide a setting resolution of <8m (PT100) or <90m (PT1000) and a resistance accuracy of better than 0.1% on all channels. Each simulation channel is able to provide a short or open circuit setting to simulate faulty wiring connections to a sensor. Calibration or verification of each resistor channel can be verified by using the calibration port connected to a high performance DMM and a supplied software package. Each module can be specified with a resistance range of either 90 to 250 suitable for PT100 simulation (40-262-001/201/101),or 900 to 2500 suitable for PT1000 simulation (40-262-002/202/102). Both resistance ranges are suitable for simulatinga temperature range of approximately -25C to 410C for their given sensor type. The use of resistance value calls makesprogramming simple, an API to convert temperature requests to resistance calls using a model of the sensor being used isalso available. Each channel can operate with a differential input voltage range of greater than 15V relative to a definedcommon mode voltage. The common mode voltage can be set to 0V, (input range of at least 15V), +12V (input range of -3V to+27V), -12V (input range of -27V to +3V) or an external comm>

  • PXI RTD Simulator Module 18 Channel PT100

    40-262-001 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-262 is a 3U PXI module range that supports 6 (in one slot), 12 or 18 (in two slots) channels of RTD simulation. Based on the design principles of our 40-260 PXI Precision Resistor, this RTD simulator module can provide a setting resolution of <8m (PT100) or <90m (PT1000) and a resistance accuracy of better than 0.1% on all channels. Each simulation channel is able to provide a short or open circuit setting to simulate faulty wiring connections to a sensor. Calibration or verification of each resistor channel can be verified by using the calibration port connected to a high performance DMM and a supplied software package. Each module can be specified with a resistance range of either 90 to 250 suitable for PT100 simulation (40-262-001/201/101),or 900 to 2500 suitable for PT1000 simulation (40-262-002/202/102). Both resistance ranges are suitable for simulatinga temperature range of approximately -25C to 410C for their given sensor type. The use of resistance value calls makesprogramming simple, an API to convert temperature requests to resistance calls using a model of the sensor being used isalso available. Each channel can operate with a differential input voltage range of greater than 15V relative to a definedcommon mode voltage. The common mode voltage can be set to 0V, (input range of at least 15V), +12V (input range of -3V to+27V), -12V (input range of -27V to +3V) or an external comm>

  • PXI RTD Simulator Module 18-Channel PT1000

    40-262-002 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-262 is a 3U PXI module range that supports 6 (in one slot), 12 or 18 (in two slots) channels of RTD simulation. Based on the 40-260 design principles the module can provide a setting resolution of <8m (PT100) or <90m (PT1000) and a resistance accuracy of better than 0.1% on all channels. Each simulation channel is able to provide a short or open circuit setting to simulate faulty wiring connections to a sensor. Calibration or verification of each resistor channel can be verified by using the calibration port connected to a high performance DMM and a supplied software package. Each module can be specified with a resistance range of either 90 to 250 suitable for PT100 simulation (40-262-001/201/101),or 900 to 2500 suitable for PT1000 simulation (40-262-002/202/102). Both resistance ranges are suitable for simulatinga temperature range of approximately -25C to 410C for their given sensor type. The use of resistance value calls makesprogramming simple, an API to convert temperature requests to resistance calls using a model of the sensor being used isalso available. Each channel can operate with a differential input voltage range of greater than 15V relative to a definedcommon mode voltage. The common mode voltage can be set to 0V, (input range of at least 15V), +12V (input range of -3V to+27V), -12V (input range of -27V to +3V) or an external comm>

  • PXI RTD Simulator Module 6-Channel PT100

    40-262-101 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-262 is a 3U PXI module range that supports 6 (in one slot), 12 or 18 (in two slots) channels of RTD simulation. Based on the 40-260 design principles the module can provide a setting resolution of <8m (PT100) or <90m (PT1000) and a resistance accuracy of better than 0.1% on all channels. Each simulation channel is able to provide a short or open circuit setting to simulate faulty wiring connections to a sensor. Calibration or verification of each resistor channel can be verified by using the calibration port connected to a high performance DMM and a supplied software package. Each module can be specified with a resistance range of either 90 to 250 suitable for PT100 simulation (40-262-001/201/101),or 900 to 2500 suitable for PT1000 simulation (40-262-002/202/102). Both resistance ranges are suitable for simulatinga temperature range of approximately -25C to 410C for their given sensor type. The use of resistance value calls makesprogramming simple, an API to convert temperature requests to resistance calls using a model of the sensor being used isalso available. Each channel can operate with a differential input voltage range of greater than 15V relative to a definedcommon mode voltage. The common mode voltage can be set to 0V, (input range of at least 15V), +12V (input range of -3V to+27V), -12V (input range of -27V to +3V) or an external comm>

  • PXI RTD Simulator Module 6-Channel PT1000

    40-262-102 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-262 is a 3U PXI module range that supports 6 (in one slot), 12 or 18 (in two slots) channels of RTD simulation. Based on the 40-260 design principles the module can provide a setting resolution of <8m (PT100) or <90m (PT1000) and a resistance accuracy of better than 0.1% on all channels. Each simulation channel is able to provide a short or open circuit setting to simulate faulty wiring connections to a sensor. Calibration or verification of each resistor channel can be verified by using the calibration port connected to a high performance DMM and a supplied software package. Each module can be specified with a resistance range of either 90 to 250 suitable for PT100 simulation (40-262-001/201/101),or 900 to 2500 suitable for PT1000 simulation (40-262-002/202/102). Both resistance ranges are suitable for simulatinga temperature range of approximately -25C to 410C for their given sensor type. The use of resistance value calls makesprogramming simple, an API to convert temperature requests to resistance calls using a model of the sensor being used isalso available. Each channel can operate with a differential input voltage range of greater than 15V relative to a definedcommon mode voltage. The common mode voltage can be set to 0V, (input range of at least 15V), +12V (input range of -3V to+27V), -12V (input range of -27V to +3V) or an external comm>

  • PXI Selectable Resistor Modules

    Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    Pickering's PXI Selectable Resistor modules provide an alternative for applications that require only a small number of defined resistance, providing better value. Suitable for application such as emulating adjustable components or sensors. Featuring switchable resistors, offsets and potential dividers, they are suitable for adjustable components or sensor emulation applications.

  • PXI Single 10 Channel MUX, XLR Connectors

    40-735-902-S2 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-735 data communications multiplexer is designed for switching the data lines of serial interfaces (RS232, USB). Careful attention to the design of the module ensures that the switching system minimizes its impact on the transmission distance of USB1.1 interfaces. The MUX is available in 36:1 or 18:1 formats and enables a single source of serial data to be switched to one of 36 or 18 devices under test. This allows the data source to load information to, or receive information from, the device under test. The 36:1 version can be software configured into two independent 18 way MUXs enabling two separate sources of serial data to be connected to separate banks of 18 devices. The module is ideal for performing bulk testing of any device that relies on a serial data communications port to load software or control the device operation. It can also be used for a variety of other applications where ever a 2-pole low power MUX is required.

  • PXI Single 12x8 Matrix Modules

    40-511-021-S - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-510 series of matrix modules feature a wide range of selectable switching configurations (12x4,dual 12x4,12x8 and 24x4). Typical applications include signal routing in ATE and data acquisition systems. Available reed relay formats are 1-pole, 2-pole and 1-Pole screened. The screened version is suitable for switching signals up to 50MHz. Larger matrices may be constructed by Daisy Chaining the common signals from multiple PXI modules.

  • PXI Single 16 Channel Switch Simulator

    40-485-221 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    Available as 1 or 2 banks of 8 or 16 switch simulator channelsSimulates Leaky or Dirty SwitchesProtects UUT From Fault ConditionsRobust Design Protects Against Faults In DUTSuitable for 12V and 24V SystemsSuitable for Switch Simulation in Transport Electronics Module TestingVISA, IVI and Kernel Drivers Supplied for WindowsSupported by PXI or LXI Chassis

  • PXI Single 16 to 1 RF Multiplexer 3GHz 50 Ohm MCX

    40-875-101 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-875 Ohmprovides a single 50 Ohm 16-channel RF MUX in a single PXI slot. The 40-875 Ohm has been designed to exhibit low insertion loss and VSWR through the use of modern RF relay technology at an affordable cost. The MUX has been carefully designed to ensure excellent and repeatable RF characteristics to frequencies of 3GHz. The design of the 40-875 Ohmminimizes the injection of noise and unwanted signals into the signal path by careful attention to the mechanical and electrical design.

  • PXI Single 16 to 1 RF Multiplexer 3GHz 50 Ohm SMB

    40-875-001 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-875 Ohmprovides a single 50 Ohm 16-channel RF MUX in a single PXI slot. The 40-875 Ohm has been designed to exhibit low insertion loss and VSWR through the use of modern RF relay technology at an affordable cost. The MUX has been carefully designed to ensure excellent and repeatable RF characteristics to frequencies of 3GHz. The design of the 40-875 Ohmminimizes the injection of noise and unwanted signals into the signal path by careful attention to the mechanical and electrical design.

  • PXI Single 16 to 1 RF MUX MCX 75 Ohm

    40-835-101 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-835 provides a single 75 Ohm 16-channel RF MUX in a single PXI slot. The 40-835 has been designed to exhibit low insertion loss and VSWR through the use of modern RF relay technology at an affordable cost. The MUX has been carefully designed to ensure excellent and repeatable RF characteristics to frequencies of 3GHz. The design of the 40-835 minimizes the injection of noise and unwanted signals into the signal path by careful attention to the mechanical and electrical design.

  • PXI Single 16 to 1 RF MUX SMB 75 Ohm

    40-835-001 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 40-835 provides a single 75 Ohm 16-channel RF MUX in a single PXI slot. The 40-835 has been designed to exhibit low insertion loss and VSWR through the use of modern RF relay technology at an affordable cost. The MUX has been carefully designed to ensure excellent and repeatable RF characteristics to frequencies of 3GHz. The design of the 40-835 minimizes the injection of noise and unwanted signals into the signal path by careful attention to the mechanical and electrical design.