The more test data you have for your product the better. Sometimes the product monitoring required exceeds the capability of the equipment’s controller. Enter Thermotron’s TestTools® , which are instruments that can help with product stimulation and monitoring while undergoing environmental or vibration tests. Each instrument board is loaded into a chassis and then installed into a tester where it is connected via Ethernet to a computer workstation or laptop. Instruments can be installed in multi-slot chassis for high channel count testers.


Each instrument above has Ethernet-based communication with built-in web pages for configuration and basic signal generation and monitoring. A software API is available for custom applications. For those who want enhanced testing capabilities but don’t want to program themselves, Thermotron offers TestTRAK® software, which is configuration-based so profiles can be created with our built-in editors and then “run” within the software to accomplish sophisticated testing without programming. Thermotron can help with custom software and hardware to create turnkey testers with complete report generation.

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CAN/LIN Instrument

Each 5-channel CAN and 5-channel LIN can be independently controlled for simultaneous operation. It is an intelligent instrument which uses its own on-board processor to send/receive/compare Controller Area Network (CAN) and Local Interconnect Network (LIN) messages.

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AVI Instrument

The AVI (Analog Voltage Input) instrument has the functionality to operate as a multi-channel high-speed voltage monitor/logger. It is an intelligent instrument which uses its own onboard processor to monitor voltages and compare them to high and low limits.

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AVIO Instrument

The AVIO (Analog Voltage Input/Output) instrument has the functionality to operate as a DVM, oscilloscope, and signal generator. 16 channels for configuration as input or output, on-board memory, high speed feedback loop protects I/O from damaging electrical transients.

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