The major difficulty in M.2 product testing – getting a hot-swap/injection fixture into a native M.2 slot – is easily overcome with Quarch’s new, comprehensive range of native M.2 (M-Key) products. Find out how the new modules can help you with M.2 hot-swap automation, fault injection and power measurement/margining.
20th October 2016
30th September 2016
Traditional methods of measuring power consumption using an oscilloscope and current probes can be effective but are expensive and hard to implement. A tool that’s specifically designed for drive power testing will give you a much wider range of test options and is much easier to set up. Explore the results of two key test scenarios to find out why.