TSEP is a global systems house that has been successfully specializing in the development of system-related software in the fields of communications engineering, telecommunications, measurement technology and automotive for over 30 years. Our experience and know-how make us a competent and reliable partner for hardware and software solutions.
HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMMAND PROCESSING (<100 μS FOR *IDN? QUERY)
STANDARD INTERFACES: TCP/IP, RS232 AND HISLIP (ONLY FOR LXI MEMBERS)
MODULAR CONCEPT FOR PARSER AND DATA CHANNELS
CODE SKELETON GENERATION AND DOCUMENTATION USING XML
For more than 15 years, TSEP has been building individual measuring devices in small series for its customers. These custom-made products are characterized by an optimal implementation of the measurement scenario, high reliability and optimal integration into the customer-specific measurement setup. In order to be able to implement these solutions effectively and inexpensively, TSEP developed a modular system in 2019 that is now being presented under the name Themis.
Beginning of October the LXI Consortium met for their face-to-face meeting in Nashville, Tennessee. Here further progress on the LXI Security Extended Function was achieved by identifying which sections of the current LXI Standard 1.5 needed to be adapted in the light of security.
On Tuesday, 25 June, SENSOR+TEST 2019 – the leading international trade fair for sensor, measuring and testing technology – will once again open its doors in Nuremberg under the motto “Welcome to the Innovation Dialogue! The approximately 540 exhibitors from 34 nations are expected to welcome around 8,000 visitors from Germany and abroad over the three days until 27 June.
TSEP Apollo: with the help of AR Technology, information can be displayed directly in the user’s field of vision. Especially in industry, various scenarios can be identified, in which that provision of Information such as measured variables, circuit diagrams or documents could be useful.
The accuracy of the time synchronization of computers and measuring instruments using the IEEE-1588 standard depends on the hardware used, the topology and the control algorithm used. A investigation of the different influencing factors and possible solutions.