The Triple Series USB/Ethernet hosted FireSpy3810 and FireSpy3410bT provide three FireSpy bus analyzers in one compact package. Designed to meet the requirements of AS5643 based tri-redundant bus architectures, the FireSpy3x10(bT) allow the single FireSpy to be connected to three separate IEEE-1394 buses while connecting to three synchronized analysis engines. Based on our Gen2 hardware platform, the FireSpy3x10(bT) contain 1GB internal memory and a powerful processor to provide the resources needed to service all three buses. The USB2.0 and Ethernet host interfaces allow communication with the FireSpy to be 10 to 40 times faster than our Basic Series products.
The FireSpy3x10(bT) bring out six active transformer-coupled ports, two from each bus analyzer, through a single high-density connector (VHDCI) to six IEEE-1394 Beta 9-pin cables. Additionally, they have three, one from each bus analyzer, IEEE-1394 Bilingual 9-pin connectors. For the FireSpy3410bT the AS5643/1 active transformer coupled ports can only operate at S200 and S400 Beta data rates, while the bilingual ports support S100, S200 and S400 Beta connections. For the FireSpy3810 the AS5643/1 active transformer coupled ports can only operate at S400 and S800 Beta data rates, while the bilingual ports support S100, S200 and S400 legacy connections and S400 and S800 Beta connections.
The FireSpy3x10(bT) utilize the same FireDiagnosticSuite™ software as all other FireSpy bus analyzers. However, all bus analyzers are presented in a single GUI. FireDiagnostics Suite™ supports Windows™ Operating Systems. Additionally, the FireDiagnostics Suite API allows you to build your own control software using C/C++ or LabVIEW™.
The seamless integration of the AS5643 protocol makes the FireSpy3x10(bT) the preferred tools for many Aerospace & Defense development tasks. DapTechnology has made considerable efforts to fully support the SAE AS5643 protocol in all major functional areas of the FireSpy3x10(bT) and continuously updates the analyzer functionality according to implementation requirements and ongoing standardization efforts.