XJTAG will give away 150 XJAnalyser systems, worth $7900 each, between November 2019 and December 2020 to celebrate the upcoming 30th anniversary of the IEEE standard for boundary scan.
Simon Payne, XJTAG’s CEO, said, “IEEE 1149.1 revolutionised how engineers can check boards for assembly faults by introducing a test technique that’s beyond the capability of traditional methods. XJTAG creates products such as XJAnalyser to leverage the power of the JTAG boundary scan standard to help engineers test their designs.”
To be eligible, prospective clients need to receive a no-obligation trial of XJTAG’s suite of products and allow XJTAG to set up their first test project for free.
At the end of the trial, clients will be able to keep the XJAnalyser licence and hardware.
XJTAG will be showcasing its product range at productronica 2019 in Munich (November 12-15). Visitors involved in electronic R&D, manufacturing, or production test can visit the XJTAG stand to learn more and participate in this product giveaway.