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What is the major difference between an i3070 and an i1000?
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on May 5, 2008
on May 5, 2008 by Dennis_Dyer
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I am trying to understand the differences between an i3070 system and the new i1000 system. Just the highlights please.
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May 5, 2008 3:17 PM
The i3070 is really a 3070 system with new graphics. It is a PC based full function InCircuit Test System. It has shorts, analog, digital, analog functional and vectorless test capabilities. The i3070 also includes full support of 1149.1 and 1149.6 standards with integrated tools.
The i1000 is basically an MDA+ system for those needing a lower cost with less capability ICT. It has shorts, analog, limited analog functional and vectorless test capabilities. The i1000 comes in two flavors, a vacuum fixture model and a mechanical press down model.
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