Neutronix's client has developed the most advanced car diagnostic IC solution ever built for the automotive industry. The client needed to be designed, an hardware platfor to as proof of concept. They selected Neutronix to develop the hardware platform that incorporate their solution in an electronic circuit board.
Neutronix designed the hardware in time and budget. The NC1701 demo board has born and is the most advanced kit that works virtually on any modern cars in Europe and USA.
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Neutronix's client urgently needed to design a breakthrough diagnostic tool for the automotive industry. The design difficulties were to keep the volume down by using a 8 bit MCU (used from the client in a previous design). Despite the small form, these diagnostic tools offer capabilities second to none. 2 High Speed CAN BUS, 2 Low Speed CAN BUS, Bluetooth, BLE, 5 Single wire port, and low power.
Neutronix redesigned the original solution in a way to pass all the legislative directives to get the CE approval. The Design was done in a short time and it works very well. Since this design, Neutronix has done many more designs for this client which gives Neutronix the development for all the new electronic platforms. For more information about this product visit www.mech5.com
Neutronix's client had problems passing all the EMC tests needed in order to have the CE certification. The client has an internal R&D department and tried the EMC test for at least 4 times before contacting us. On the last attempt they asked the EMC house to recommend a designing house that could solve their problem and the EMC house recommended us. The customer was understandably under pressure and they asked us to solve their issue in 3 weeks time, which we managed to do.
Neutronix has a lot of experience in EMI and EMC. Our approach was to investigate the nature of failure for the previous design and therefore we ask the result for the Radiated Emission and Conductive emission together with all the electronic documentations (e.g. schematic and PCB). After an analysis of their design, the flaw in the original design was soon clear. We made all the necessary changes in the electronic schematic and changed the board layout. We then assembled 5 prototypes and went to the EMC house to repeat the EMC test, which this time was a great success. We were happy to be able to help the customer in such a short time.
Neutronix's client has used for the past 30 years some of the most reliable relays ever built. Those relays were so reliable that the company that used to manufacture them went out of the business for not having enought repeated orders (we've been told that not a single relay has ever failed). Our client, therefore, asked us to reverse engineer the board, and to redesign the electronics to match the original design.
Neutronix reverse engineered the original electronics very accurately. Then, due to the importance of the application, we simulated the electronics and wrote a detailed report for each relay. We also made a FMEA analysis on each design and sent all the delivery block in time and budget.
Neutronix's client is a world leader for racing navigation tools. They approached us asking our technical view on a product they were thinking to put in the market. The new navigator was supposed to be very small, and to be able to provide informations like position, pitch roll and yaw, digest NMEA data and to stream all data on 4 WiFi connected devices.
Neutronix used all their knowledge to design this state of art racing navigator. The design is very small and ultra low powered. The design was based on a PSoC, and is now one of the most popular gadgets in the racing industry.