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.
Perform hot-swap and fault injection testing on the devices using the latest external PCIe connection specification.
Want to test your drives over multiple days, record the results and still be able to examine the smallest detail of a single event? Beta-test the new Quarch Power Studio…
Check out the latest, time-saving NVMe test automation tools at Booth 637 at FMS 2017—and discover why every major player in the industry uses Quarch test equipment.
Don’t laboriously bench-test one drive at a time – test multiple drives simultaneously with the multi-port, rack-mounted version of Quarch’s HD Programmable Power Module.
You can now register your Quarch products online to confirm your international warranties and make sure you’re kept informed about important firmware updates.
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.
From August 9th to 11th, Quarch will be exhibiting at the Flash Memory Summit, at the Santa Clara Convention Center. Come and see us on booth 635 to find out why every major player in the NVMe industry uses Quarch test equipment.
Now includes RMS current calculation and simple chart zooming for power measurements
PCIe Slot M.2 Power Injection Fixture is now available