GRL Intelligent USB Power ATE (GRL-USB-PD-M1)
- Used by factories to support 100% in-line testing in high volume
The GRL-USB-PD–M1 can be used to test a wide range of products with USB Type-C and Type-A ports, including mobile phones, PC’s, docks, monitors, USB based power banks, wall and car chargers, and car infotainment systems supporting different charging technologies including USB PD 2.0, USB PD 3.0 with PPS, Qualcomm QC 2.0, QC 3.0, QC4, QC4+. The GRL-USB-PD–M1 tester integrates all the required tests for USB Type-C PD into a single 8-Port ATE. Each port can be configured independently as a PD Provider or Consumer for PD system testing for up to 120 watts. The GRL-USB-PD–M1 enables factory operators to quickly run full functional and power testing without even pushing a button. Factories can run built-in functional tests that check for protocol negotiation, power loading, voltage impact of no-load/full-load situations, voltage overshoot/undershoot, ripple, over-current, short circuit, and Level VI power efficiency testing. Simple green and red indicators show pass/fail results to operators while full test logs are automatically saved for later review by factory test engineers.
Key FeaturesKey features:
- Integrates 5 Instruments into a single compact ATE
- ATE can be easily wheeled anywhere on the production line
- Complete testing of 8 USB based devices in parallel within 30 seconds in a single setup
- Easy to use software allows you to select test coverage and test reports
- Detail protocol and power test logs and traces captured for every test run
- Test data can be stored locally on PC or accessed through the cloud
- Perfect for testing mobile phones, PC’s, docks, monitors, USB based power banks, wall and car chargers, and car infotainment systems
- Functionally exercises power capabilities over multiple voltage rails
- Eight fully independent ports - source/sink up to 240W
- Support of multiple charging technologies like USB Power Delivery, USB Battery Charging 1.2, Qualcomm Quick Charge, etc.
- Tests for proper USB Power Delivery negotiation, power loading, voltage impact of no-load/full-load situations, voltage overshoot/undershoot, ripple, over-current, short circuit, and Level VI power efficiency testing