Posted March 1, 2018
Simple User Interface and Robust Set of Drivers Enable Fast, Accurate Results
Boonton has begun shipping the new CPS2000 series of True Average Connected Power Sensors. With USB, LAN and PoEconnectivity, a robust set of drivers, and best-in-class measurement speed, the CPS2000 series was designed to simplify integration and shorten test times in manufacturing and ATE environments. As RF and wireless technology becomes increasingly ubiquitous there is pressure to drive down the cost of test for next generation devices in areas such as 5G networks, driverless vehicles and electronic warfare. CPS2000 sensors address the challenges faced by manufacturing test engineers by providing lower cost of test, higher measurement throughput and greater up time, all packaged into a future proof instrument with a variety of connectivity capabilities.
The CPS2000 shortens test timeswithunmatched throughput rates of>100 measurements per second. The wide frequency, 50 MHz to 8 GHz, and measurement, -40 dBm to +20 dBm, ranges provide high performance at a great price and ensures the ability to test a wide variety of cutting edge devices. The intuitive user interface and powerful programming tools provide easy access to all measurements as well as special features, such as multi-channel measurements, channel-to-channel math and strip chart recording. These product specifications and features position the CPS2000 as an ideal tool for high-volume manufacturing test.
With the CPS2000 Series, Boonton continues to build on its position as a leader in high performance RF and microwave test equipment for radar, avionics, electronic warfare, satellite and wireless communications, and EMI/EMC applications. Used across the semiconductor, military, aerospace, medical and communications industries for more than 70 years, Boonton products enable a wide range of RF power measurements and signal analysis for RF product design, production, maintenance and system integration. The Boonton product portfolio is designed and manufactured in the USA and includes peak and average RF power meters, Real-Time USB power sensors, USB/LAN power sensors, RF voltmeters, modulation analyzers, and audio analyzers.