Board multiplexer 1260-134
high-densityvideofor telecom applications

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high-density, video, for telecom applications


The Racal Instruments™ 1260-134 is a sixteen 1x4 multiplexer plug-in card for the Adapt-a-Switch® platform. It installs, easily and directly from the front panel, into the Adapt-a-Switch VXIbus Carrier, 1260-100. Please refer to the 1260-100 data sheet for specifications and product features. Each 1x4 multiplexer is independently controlled, enabling the user to connect any combination of channels to the common port, achieving up to four identical outputs per mux with up to 2A, 250VAC or 220VDC. A four-wire 1x4 can be achieved by using two 1x4 cells. The 1260-134 is ideal for audio, video, telecom, or general-purpose signal switching applications. As all relays on the 1260-134 are electromechanical; all inputs/outputs are interchangeable to meet the test requirements. Interface connectors are not provided with the 1260-134 and must be ordered separately; however, a six-foot unterminated cable assembly is available as a standard option. See the ordering information on the last page of the data sheet. The Option 01T interface controls the 1260-134, using both register-based and message-based operation. Refer to the Option 01T data sheet for product specifications and features such as include, exclude, and scan lists; relay coil-current monitoring; and user-defined path names and reset states. Adapt-a-Switch includes VXIplug&play support of WIN95/NT frameworks, including drivers for LabWindows/CVI and LabVIEW. Product Features: Sixteen 1x4 Multiplexers 100 MHz Bandwidth Switches up to 2 A, 220 VDC or 250 VAC Standard Adapt-a-Switch® Plug-in Designed for Ease of Replacement Each 1x4 Multiplexer is Independently Controlled
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