Have you had a chance to watch our latest video series?
Audio Test Sessions with APx are designed to educate engineers and technicians about everything from specific audio measurement applications to getting started with APx, and even a few “hidden gems” in our software. These are available to watch at your leisure and can be shared with your colleagues who may want to brush up their own audio test knowledge.
In this session, Joe Begin provides a detailed discussion of how to use a variety of automation and production (or manufacturing) test-oriented features. While these features are valuable for production test, any users that need to conduct the same tests in a repeatable way will likely find them useful.
Topics in this video include:
Auxiliary Control Input & Output (I/O)
Measurement Sequence Steps
User-defined & APx System Variables
Measurement Sequence Settings
Pre-Sequence and Post-Sequence Steps
Multiple Sequences in a project
Production Test Mode
During the demonstration, Joe uses a headphone amplifier as the device under test (DUT). The battery powered amplifier has one analog input and two analog outputs, presumably so two users can listen to the same content simultaneously. He runs through a complete production test demonstration, measuring the performance of both the DUT’s outputs, then reviews the process and test data in detail.
Contact us to learn more about APx500 Software or discuss your application with our engineers. Or just click below to start watching!