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XJTAG and Agilent Technologies unveil XJLink2 3070

March 18, 2014

Cambridge, UK — XJTAG, supplier of boundary scan technology, releases the XJLink2 3070. Approved by Agilent Technologies, it provides convenient, integrated access to XJTAG’s powerful test and programming tools from Agilent i3070 ICT machines.

The combination of XJTAG’s advanced connection test and non-JTAG device testing/programming with the i3070’s measurement capabilities makes capturing defects easier than ever.

The product serves primarily to streamline the production line. With combined testing and programming, the number of stages and handling operations can be significantly reduced. It is also possible to program devices while performing ICT to increase throughput.

The XJLink2 3070 is completely configurable. Programming speeds close to the theoretical maximum of a device can be achieved using the advanced features of the XJLink2 3070.

The XJLink2 3070 is compatible with the standard USB XJLink2 so boards can be debugged at a repair station without having to develop a separate test setup. “The cross-compatibility between projects and controllers makes the XJLink2 3070 an excellent choice for manufacturers who wish to maximise productivity while remaining flexible in their response to problems,” says Simon Payne, CEO XJTAG.

A flexible license also aids ease of use, with the product able to contain an XJTAG software license and allow standalone operation without additional dongles or network access. Alternatively, the system can be licensed from a network server allowing the maximum use of your XJTAG products without having to move licensed hardware between machines.

The XJLink2 3070 fits into one slot on the Agilent i3070 utility card, however multiple systems can be added to the same card or additional Utility cards for supplementary test and program capabilities, for instance testing panels of boards.

For more info about XJTAG, visit http://www.xjtag.com and for more about Agilent, got to http://www.agilent.com

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