FireSpy® 1394 Analyzer Triple Bus Series

Analyze multiple buses simultaneously!
Support for network speeds from S100 to S800.
AS5643 compliant models with active transformer coupling.

FireSpy® Triple Series

A triple bus analyzer is ideal to capture, analyze and monitor mulitple buses on an AS5643 avionics vehicle system. Either all buses on a three-bus vehicle system can be monitored or triple redundancy aspects can be verified. Either way, time synchronized data capture in one unit is key for a comprehensive understanding of the bus activity.

Being the latest addition to the analyzer series from DapTechnology the FS3x30 and the FS3x30bT are loaded with the most powerful capture engine, plenty of memory and a high-speed host connectivity interface (USB3.0). Their 4th generation hardware and firmware are ready for your most advanced tasks.

Generation 2 Triple FireSpys have been used in the A&D world for many years. The products have an excellent track record and have proven their usefullness over and over again. As a matter of fact we dare to claim that many aerospace projects were only possible with the Triple-FireSpy analysis capabilities.

Nowadays Triple-FireSpys are used in various ways. Besides the obvious - being used as protocol analyzers - they are also embedded within custom Test Systems due to their unique and unmatched scripting capabilities. FireSpys are extremely versatile and the FireDiagnostics Suite software offers a unique set of powerful functions and features.

Product Life Cycle Status

Active

FS3830

Initial Release/Shipping: Nov. 2017

FS3430bT

Initial Release/Shipping: Nov. 2017

FS3832bT

Initial Release/Shipping: Jul. 2018

FS3432bT

Initial Release/Shipping: Jul. 2018

FS3822bT

Initial Release/Shipping: Jul/Nov 2018

FS3422bT

Initial Release/Shipping: Jul/Nov 2018

FS3810

Initial Release/Shipping: Jan. 2005

FS3410bT

Initial Release/Shipping: Feb. 2006

FS3811

Initial Release/Shipping: Nov. 2007

FS3850

Initial Release/Shipping: Apr. 2007

FS3851E

Initial Release/Shipping: Oct. 2008

FS3852

Initial Release/Shipping: Sep. 2010

FS3470bT

Initial Release/Shipping : May 2010

EULA/EOSA
EOS
- -
EOL & EOM FS3851 Discontinuation: Mar. 2008

QuickSpecs - Connectivity

Product

IEEE-1394 Connectivity (per bus) Connections (per Bus)

Host Interface

FireSpy® 3830bT

three (3) Transformer-coupled Ports: S100-S400 Legacy, S400-S800 Beta

three (3) Transformer-coupled Bilingual connectors

USB 3.0

FireSpy® 3430bT

three (3) Transformer-coupled Ports: S200-S400 Beta three (3) Transformer-coupled Bilingual connectors

USB 3.0

FireSpy® 3822

three (3) Transformer-coupled Ports: S100-S400 Legacy, S400-S800 Beta two (2) Transformer-coupled LEMO connectors PCIe

FireSpy® 3422bT

three (3) Transformer-coupled Ports: S200-S400 Beta two (2) Transformer-coupled LEMO connectors PCIe

FireSpy® 3810

one (1) Port: S100-S400 Legacy and S400, S800 Beta

two (2) Transformer-coupled ports per bus: S400, S800 Beta

one (1) Bilingual connector

two (2) Transformer-coupled ports via high-density connector

USB 2.0 & Ethernet

FireSpy® 3811

two (2) Ports: S100-S400 Legacy and S400, S800 Beta two (2) Bilingual connectors

USB 2.0 & Ethernet

FireSpy®3850 and
FireSpy®3851E

one (1) Port: S100-S400 Legacy and S400, S800 Beta

two (2) Transformer-coupled ports: S400, S800 Beta

one (1) Bilingual connector

two (2) Transformer-coupled ports via high-density connector

PCI

FireSpy® 3852

two (2) Transformer-coupled ports: S400, S800 Beta

two (2) Transformer-coupled LEMO connectors

PCI

FireSpy® 3470bT

three (3) Transformer-coupled ports: S200, S400 Beta three (3) Transformer-coupled ports via high-density connector

CompactPCI