What’s your warranty policy?

Our products are covered for manufacturing defects for up to 2 years after purchase.

What’s your warranty policy?2020-11-20T17:18:16+00:00

What are the most popular software environments for these devices?

By far, the majority of our customers utilize our products in Linux environments automated with Python. For bench testing, our Windows Desktop GUI is a popular method for control. Lastly, embedding Ethernet capability into our [...]

What are the most popular software environments for these devices?2020-08-02T17:22:49+00:00

What platforms does the AdauraTech R3 platform support?

The R3 series of RF attenuators can be controlled by virtually all platforms that can connect to a USB or Ethernet device. Windows Linux MacOS

What platforms does the AdauraTech R3 platform support?2020-08-02T17:20:10+00:00

How are AdauraTech RF attenuators powered?

The R3 series programmable RF attenuators are entirely powered by USB or Ethernet PoE. Rackmount attenuator arrays and mesh attenuation systems are powered by a 5V DC input.

How are AdauraTech RF attenuators powered?2020-07-30T21:56:42+00:00

Does the AdauraTech platform support LabVIEW?

Yes, our devices can be controlled in LabVIEW as any other serial device using VISA drivers. An example LabVIEW project can be downloaded in the Support area here: Support

Does the AdauraTech platform support LabVIEW?2020-07-30T21:37:31+00:00

How often is the “status” updated?

The serial command STATUS returns the status of all attenuator channels. The values shown with STATUS are refreshed whenever a channel's attenuation level is changed.

How often is the “status” updated?2020-07-30T21:35:39+00:00
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