LB301

LB301

The LB301 test system is the smallest version of the LB-300 tester series. It is designed for development as well as for production.

The system is pin and software compatible to the larger test systems LB302 / 303. Due to the fewer needed I/Os, the tester features the compact G6 receiver (Virginia Panel Cooperation) compared to the larger G12 of the other tester versions. The LB301 is equipped with a 2kW power supply and can control one load box.

It is possible to install one 4U load box with one 4U electronic load or one 6U load box with one 2U electronic load. The system can be managed with an industrial PC or with a PXI system from National Instruments.

Please see the description of the LB302 system on the following page for more details.

SKU: LB301.
Technical Data

Power rating: 230 V, 16 A
Number of total I/Os: 57
Receiver: VPC S6
High current modules (HCM): 1 (0,1 A bis 40 A)
Middle current modules (MCM): 1 (10 μA bis 5 A)
Low current modules (LCM): 1 (10 μA bis 0,5 A)

Bus

d|bus

Number of possible I/Os

HCM: 16 I/Os
MCM: 16 I/Os
LCM: 16 I/Os
CAN/LIN: 6 Kanäle

PXI-Components (opt.)

Chassis PXI-1044
Controller PXI-8105
Multiplexer PXI-2530
Multimeter PXI-4070
Digital I/O card PXI-6528

Accessories

Monitor: 17“ TFT with a resolution of 1280 x 1024
Keyboard drawer (1U)

Dimensions L x W x H

780 mm x 555 mm x 1090 mm (without Display)

The LB 300 system has been developed for the automotive comfort area. The fully equipped version is optimal to be used as a development tester and a basic version is available for production (End-Of-Line-Tester). During the development, great importance was placed on designing the system to be flexible and cost-saving. All BCM’s (Body Control Module) available in the automotive comfort area can be tested with the LB300 system.

When changing to a new module, only the load box (original and substitute loads), the adapter to the module (wire harness or cassette), as well as the test software must be changed. Everything else remains the same.

Thus approximately 80% of the total cost of the system can be saved.