First USB-C and DP Alt Mode Tester

UCD-340 is the first integrated test equipment for testing DisplayPort™ over USB Type-C sinks and sources. UCD-340 features a flexible and robust way of testing video, audio and power delivery functions of USB‑C. The provided software enables user access to the vital parameters and controls needed when evaluating the various functions of the interface.

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For R&D and Test Automation

UCD-340 software supports both hands-on debugging on a laboratory desktop and for automated functionality tests either in R&D or for Production.
UCD Console GUI is a preview and test application for desktop use. Each interface function has a well structured dialog for superior at-a-glance viewability. Unigraf TSI is a test software API that provides the system integrator a fast and reliable way for ensuring the functionality of the tested equipment. The included Test Sets provide a compact and robust way of ensuring the functionality of the interface.

Unique Electrical Tests

The optional Electrical Testing feature of UCD-340 enables testing the continuity of signals in the USB‑C interface by verifying current flow in signal lines.

UCD Console GUI

The UCD-340 graphical user interface for R&D debugging is called UCD Console. It provides the user a flexible way of navigating between the interface based Roles of the device and the functionalities of each Role.
UCD Console features preview windows for the received video and audio, monitoring and controls for the link parameters and an EDID editor. UCD Console also provides access to the state and control of HDCP function.

High Level Test Functions

Unigraf high level test software interface TSI (Test System Interface) provides the System Integrator a set of reliable and short cycle time interface specific tests. TSI API readily implements the low level procedures needed for verifying the various functions of the tested interface and the required software integration is minimal.

Verify Interface Signal Continuity

With UCD-340 electrical test feature, e.g. an automated test can verify the flow of the signal. This will help ensure that components in the DUT are functional and soldering process was successful.