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FT-100a System Overview

FT-100a Programmable Functional Tester

The FT-100a is a complete stand-alone tester that can be programmed to functionally exercise your circuit board or assembly and monitor its response for proper operation.

ONLY  $3900!**

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  • Fully Programmable
  • Built-in Power Supplies for UUT
  • USB Controller Option
  • Digital & Analog I/O
  • Real-time Clock/Calendar
  • Battery-backed Program Memory
  • Stand-Alone Operation
  • RS-232 Serial Communications
  • Built Tough!
  • Backlit LCD Display
  • YES-NO Pod for Operator Interaction
  • Simple Operation
  • Expandable I/O
  • USB/SD Disk Drive
  • Unlimited FREE Technical Support
  • Easily Programmed
  • Built-in Keyboard Interface
  • Many More Features!


The FT-100a is a programmable functional tester, capable of stimulating and monitoring digital and analog circuits or assemblies. Through its unique and simple programming language, the FT-100a provides virtually unlimited control of its outputs and extremely easy access to its inputs. Although the applications are almost limitless, the FT-100a is most commonly used for functionally testing digital and analog PC board assemblies. After connection of the digital and analog I/O lines to the unit under test, the FT-100a can simulate various operating environments and test for proper responses. Because the I/O is so easily controlled, the unit under test may be exercised in "worst-case" situations as well as the normal operating environment. This is all done in a fully automated manner, providing a very fast and comprehensive test, while requiring a very low skill level for test operation! 

Test results may be handled in many different ways: displayed to the operator, hardcopy printout, stored on USB/SD disks, downloaded to another computer or network, etc.. The computational power of the FT-100a allows a very thorough analysis of test results, if desired. 

Although the basic FT-100a unit comes equipped with considerable I/O capabilities, optional expansion modules are available when even more I/O is required. Expansion modules are independently housed, affording quick and simple interfacing. No hardware changes or configurations are required. All interaction with expansion modules is transparent to the operator.