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NTi Audio AG, unveils its new Flexus Audio Analyzer.



The Flexus Audio Analyzer offers a modular hardware concept, designed to allow customization for two or four parallel channel operation. The impedance module supports speaker measurements for obtaining impedance plots and Thiele-Small-parameters. Individual input switcher and output switcher modules extend the audio analyzer to 14 input channels or 14 output channels connected simultaneously. The FX-Control suite operates several FX100 in parallel thus offering cascaded system measurements, according to NTI.


Scalable Architecture

For measurement speed optimization, the Flexus Audio Analyzer acquires all measurement functions in parallel, the company says. Measurement technologies comprising of fast glide sweeps (Farina sweep), detailed stepped sweeps and a continuous meter mode are designed to further support fast and accurate measurements.


Specifications

The level range from 1 μV – 200 Vp paired with a THD+N of –104 dB is designed to enable the FX100 to cope with audio and acoustic analysis for research and design labs. The FX100 Audio Analyzer offers a frequency range from 5 Hz up to 80 kHz and simultaneous measurement of the DC voltage. The FX100 provides DC and audio frequency analysis within the same configuration.

The FFT with 192 kHz sampling rate presents an analysis of the audio frequency spectrum. FFT graph panels may be customized showing one or more traces in the same panel simultaneously.

R&D measurements are supported with Frequency, Amplitude, Time and Table Sweeps, which may trigger with internal or external signals.


FX-Control Suite

The FX100 Audio Analyzer includes the FX-Control Suite software, which is designed to provide access to all audio analyzer features. The architecture supports setup of single, parallel or sequential measurement. Individual configuration and result panels may be displayed on various work sheets.

Individual measurements may be combined to test sequences, including tolerance handling and Pass/Fail result, creating an operator test flow. The software utilizes ribbon architecture.

The FX-Control Suite software supports all .NET programming languages, such as C#.NET and Visual Basic.NET.

FX-Control can be configured to illustrate the external hardware wiring.


For more information and press pictures, visit NTi Audio at www.nti-audio.com/FLEXUS.

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