SET-2110 32CH Fault Insertion Unit Card2019-11-11T08:36:50+00:00

Fault Insertion Unit Card

High density switching matrix with connectable high current fault injector

  • SLSC-2110

The SET-2110 Fault Insertion Card is a large-scale, high density switching matrix.

Each line of the 32 single-ended or 16 differential channels can be connected individually and flexibly to the high current fault injection bus. For this, one of the both fault bus signal pairs can be selected dynamically for every channel. The SET-2110 Fault Insertion Card also provides the ability to generate short circuits between a channels positive and negative signal.

Unlike traditional routing matrix cards, the SET-2110 is designed specifically for the challenges of signal routing in HIL systems. To maximize customizability, the SET-2110 features two plug-in module slots that can provide additional features, such as instrument connect.

Absolute Maximum Ratings

Max. Input VoltageAny Pin60 Vdc
Min. Input VoltageAny Pin-60 Vdc
Max. Switching PowerDC, Resistive load60 W
Max. Current Rating1.5 A

Technical Data

Update Time10 msSLSC Commit
CMD duration
Max Initial Contact ResistanceJ1 -> XJ2,
J2 -> XJ2,
J1 -> J2
500 mΩ
Expected Electrical Lifetime1 A, 30 Vdc resistive105 operations
Expected Electrical Lifetime1,5 A, 30 Vdc resistive104 operations
Bandwith-3 dB,
50 Ω Termination
≤ 20 MHz

Physicals Characteristics

Module DimensionsExcluding ejector144.32mm x 30.48mm x 302mm (H x W x D)Standard SLSC card size
Front Panel Connector2x female DB -44 high-density D-Sub with 4-40 UNC screw lockFor mating connectors and cables, see below
RTI Connector2mm hard metric per IEC 61076-101Any RTI marked


Operating HumidityRelative,
10% – 90%
Storage HumidityRelative,
5% – 95%
Operating TemperatureForced-air cooling from chassis0 °C – 40 °C
Storage Temperature-40 °C – 85 °C
Maximum Altitude2000 m


Manual SET-2110 32CH Fault Insertion Unit
Manual SET-2110 (pdf, 476KB)


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