Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

Pickering Interfaces, a global company, designs and manufactures high-quality modular signal switching and simulation for use in electronic test and verification. We offer the largest range of switching and simulation products in the industry for PXI, LXI and PCI applications, with over 1,000 in PXI alone. Our products are specified in test systems installed throughout the world and have a reputation for providing excellent reliability and value.

Our commitment to delivering you high-quality products does not just extend to our switching and simulation products. We also offer a full range of supporting cable and connector solutions, diagnostic test tools and software, including our signal routing software, Switch Path Manager and software drivers.

Our products have a history of longevity, typically 15–20 years, which is critical to many of our customers. All products manufactured by us come with a standard 3-year warranty and include guaranteed long-term support.

Pickering serves many electronics industries, including automotive, aerospace & defense, energy, industrial, communications, medical and semiconductor. We operate globally with direct operations in the US, UK, Germany, Sweden, France, Czech Republic, and China—with additional representation in countries throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia.

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  • Stephenson Road
    Clacton on Sea, CO15 4NL
    United Kingdom

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  • LXI Optical Switching - 8x8 Matrix Plugin Module

    65-280-313 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 65-280-313 8x8 matrix is part of the 65-280 and 65-281 ranges of optical plug-in modules offering matrix & insert/bypass or multiplexer & SPST topologies respectively with all models based on MEMS fiber optic switches and available in various populations per plugin. In addition, a choice of different connector styles to suit most applications is offered: FC/APC (for optimal performance), FC/PC, SC/PC and ST for general applications and LC for high density applications. They use MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems) based optical switches to route signals between terminals by redirecting the optical signal. This is achieved using micromechanical mirrors driven by a highly precise mechanism activated via an electrical control signal.

  • LXI Optical Switching - 4x4 Matrix Plugin Module

    65-280-321 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 65-280-321 4x4 matrix is part of the 65-280 and 65-281 ranges of optical plug-in modules offering matrix & insert/bypass or multiplexer & SPST topologies respectively with all models based on MEMS fiber optic switches and available in various populations per plugin. In addition, a choice of different connector styles to suit most applications is offered: FC/APC (for optimal performance), FC/PC, SC/PC and ST for general applications and LC for high density applications. They use MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems) based optical switches to route signals between terminals by redirecting the optical signal. This is achieved using micromechanical mirrors driven by a highly precise mechanism activated via an electrical control signal.

  • Scalable LXI MEMS Fiber Optic Switching

    Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    This LXI Optical Switching range consists of our LXI Scalable Chassis (model 65-200-002) that can be easily reconfigured by the removal and insertion of our optical switching plug-in modules shown below. The unit is purchased as an empty chassis along with the number of plug-in modules initially required (up to six optical matrix or multiplexer modules). As your requirements evolve, additional modules can be easily added, and the control software automatically detects the new configuration. The plug-ins are loaded into the chassis via the front panel, greatly improving the flexibility and ease of maintenance of the unit.

  • LXI Optical Switching - 2x2 Matrix (Insert/Bypass) Plugin Module

    65-280-360 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 65-280-360 2x2 matrix is part of the 65-280 and 65-281 ranges of optical plug-in modules offering matrix & insert/bypass or multiplexer & SPST topologies respectively with all models based on MEMS fiber optic switches and available in various populations per plugin. In addition, a choice of different connector styles to suit most applications is offered: FC/APC (for optimal performance), FC/PC, SC/PC and ST for general applications and LC for high density applications. They use MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems) based optical switches to route signals between terminals by redirecting the optical signal. This is achieved using micromechanical mirrors driven by a highly precise mechanism activated via an electrical control signal.

  • LXI Optical Switching - 5x5 Matrix Plugin Module

    65-280-322 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 65-280-322 5x5 matrix is part of the 65-280 and 65-281 ranges of optical plug-in modules offering matrix & insert/bypass or multiplexer & SPST topologies respectively with all models based on MEMS fiber optic switches and available in various populations per plugin. In addition, a choice of different connector styles to suit most applications is offered: FC/APC (for optimal performance), FC/PC, SC/PC and ST for general applications and LC for high density applications. They use MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems) based optical switches to route signals between terminals by redirecting the optical signal. This is achieved using micromechanical mirrors driven by a highly precise mechanism activated via an electrical control signal.

  • LXI 2U Scalable Chassis 6-Slot

    65-200-002 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    This LXI scalable chassis offers you a solution that can be easily re-configured by the insertion and removal of up to six LXI plug-in modules. It is purchased as an empty chassis with a quantity of plug-in modules required. Unused chassis slots are blanked off by the supplied blanking pieces. Cooling is provided by rear fans and front air intakes ensuring no wasted space when the chassis is rack mounted. The cooling system is adaptive to its operating environment to ensure the acoustic noise is minimized when used in quiet laboratory environments and low load conditions.

  • LXI Optical Switching - 16x16 Matrix Plugin Module

    65-280-314 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 65-280-314 16x16 matrix is part of the 65-280 and 65-281 ranges of optical plug-in modules offering matrix & insert/bypass or multiplexer & SPST topologies respectively with all models based on MEMS fiber optic switches and available in various populations per plugin. In addition, a choice of different connector styles to suit most applications is offered: FC/APC (for optimal performance), FC/PC, SC/PC and ST for general applications and LC for high density applications. They use MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems) based optical switches to route signals between terminals by redirecting the optical signal. This is achieved using micromechanical mirrors driven by a highly precise mechanism activated via an electrical control signal.

  • LXI Optical Switching - 1:1 Multiplexer (SPST) Plugin Module

    65-281-380 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 65-281-380 1:1 multiplexer is part of the 65-280 and 65-281 ranges of optical plug-in modules offering matrix & insert/bypass or multiplexer & SPST topologies respectively with all models based on MEMS fiber optic switches and available in various populations per plugin. In addition, a choice of different connector styles to suit most applications is offered: FC/APC (for optimal performance), FC/PC, SC/PC and ST for general applications and LC for high density applications. They use MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems) based optical switches to route signals between terminals by redirecting the optical signal. This is achieved using micromechanical mirrors driven by a highly precise mechanism activated via an electrical control signal.

  • LXI Optical Switching - 32:1 Multiplexer Plugin Module

    65-281-315 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 65-281-315 32:1 multiplexer is part of the 65-280 and 65-281 ranges of optical plug-in modules offering matrix & insert/bypass or multiplexer & SPST topologies respectively with all models based on MEMS fiber optic switches and available in various populations per plugin. In addition, a choice of different connector styles to suit most applications is offered: FC/APC (for optimal performance), FC/PC, SC/PC and ST for general applications and LC for high density applications. They use MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems) based optical switches to route signals between terminals by redirecting the optical signal. This is achieved using micromechanical mirrors driven by a highly precise mechanism activated via an electrical control signal.

  • LXI Optical Switching - 16:1 Multiplexer Plugin Module

    65-281-314 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 65-281-314 16:1 multiplexer is part of the 65-280 and 65-281 ranges of optical plug-in modules offering matrix & insert/bypass or multiplexer & SPST topologies respectively with all models based on MEMS fiber optic switches and available in various populations per plugin. In addition, a choice of different connector styles to suit most applications is offered: FC/APC (for optimal performance), FC/PC, SC/PC and ST for general applications and LC for high density applications. They use MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems) based optical switches to route signals between terminals by redirecting the optical signal. This is achieved using micromechanical mirrors driven by a highly precise mechanism activated via an electrical control signal.

  • LXI Optical Switching - 4:1 Multiplexer Plugin Module

    65-281-342 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 65-281-342 4:1 multiplexer is part of the 65-280 and 65-281 ranges of optical plug-in modules offering matrix & insert/bypass or multiplexer & SPST topologies respectively with all models based on MEMS fiber optic switches and available in various populations per plugin. In addition, a choice of different connector styles to suit most applications is offered: FC/APC (for optimal performance), FC/PC, SC/PC and ST for general applications and LC for high density applications. They use MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems) based optical switches to route signals between terminals by redirecting the optical signal. This is achieved using micromechanical mirrors driven by a highly precise mechanism activated via an electrical control signal.

  • LXI Optical Switching - 2:1 Multiplexer Plugin Module

    65-281-381 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 65-281-381 2:1 multiplexer is part of the 65-280 and 65-281 ranges of optical plug-in modules offering matrix & insert/bypass or multiplexer & SPST topologies respectively with all models based on MEMS fiber optic switches and available in various populations per plugin. In addition, a choice of different connector styles to suit most applications is offered: FC/APC (for optimal performance), FC/PC, SC/PC and ST for general applications and LC for high density applications. They use MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems) based optical switches to route signals between terminals by redirecting the optical signal. This is achieved using micromechanical mirrors driven by a highly precise mechanism activated via an electrical control signal.

  • LXI Optical Switching - 8:1 Multiplexer Plugin Module

    65-281-323 - Pickering Interfaces Ltd.

    The 65-281-323 8:1 multiplexer is part of the 65-280 and 65-281 ranges of optical plug-in modules offering matrix & insert/bypass or multiplexer & SPST topologies respectively with all models based on MEMS fiber optic switches and available in various populations per plugin. In addition, a choice of different connector styles to suit most applications is offered: FC/APC (for optimal performance), FC/PC, SC/PC and ST for general applications and LC for high density applications. They use MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems) based optical switches to route signals between terminals by redirecting the optical signal. This is achieved using micromechanical mirrors driven by a highly precise mechanism activated via an electrical control signal.

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