Teledyne's matrices are modular, with standard subassemblies supporting a number of customized matrix assemblies. They use Teledyne relays and switches inside the assembly and main module, a standard programmable microcontroller in all matrices, and a universal power supply. Standard and customized switching configurations range from compact, four-terminal modules to M-inputs-to-N-outputs rack assemblies. Components offer ± 0.1dB repeatability, power up to 2KW capability, 5M cycles, built-in attenuation/bypass, and 50- and 75-ohm impedance. Standard modules come with LCD displays, manual/direct and/or remote control, and multiple input/output connectors, while the control module offers monitored cycle count, system health-system status, redundancy, LED visual status and upgradeable in-circuit programming.
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