Need an overview of what you can do with Quarch products? Start here to find out about: using PPMs to automate testing and cut costs; controlling your PPM using TestMonkey; plus M.2, USB and NVMe Plugfest testing.
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Automotive Multiprotocol Breaker – Quick Start Guide
This white paper covers the problems of hot-swap and the recommended tests you need to ensure your devices will work correctly in the field.
Any test involving the insertion/removal of a USB device can be fully automated, speeding up testing and hugely expanding the range of tests you can carry out.
Be ready for mandatory UHN-IOL Plugfest tests. Quarch runs hot-plug test stations at the UHN-IOL’s Plugfest events, performing tests that all PCIe SFF devices need to pass. This document lists what you’ll need to run the tests in your own lab so you can be confident your device will meet the specification. For automated hot-plug …
With Quarch’s range of native M.2 M-Key products, you can fit a breaker module or power injection fixture into any standard 80mm M.2 slot with sufficient vertical space above it. Quarch M.2 modules can be manually controlled for bench testing, or easily integrated into your existing test automation system as part of a fully automated …
Overview of the key features and advantages of using Quarch PPMs.
Discover the savings you can make using a Quarch PPM as part of your power testing system.
Prove your drives can cope with any conditions without loss of data—with a Quarch Programmable Power Module (PPM), you can simulate a huge range of possible power-loss scenarios. Measure both low sleep states and inrush as your drive charges—without having to change elements of your test system. PPMs allow you to measure a huge range …
Using the TestMonkey GUI to control your PPM.
Automating your testing with Quarch PPMs gives you a huge range of set-up options—investigate some of the possibilities with the example set-ups in this document.