Designed to enable any type of device under test to communicate with a PC and different types of hardware. The Probeberry Testbench serves as a realistic digital environment for the hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) testing.Request a demo
The platform modular architecture allows you to easily scale the Probeberry to fit your project needs.
All the Probeberry modules are developed internally by the Prylada team.
Popular off-the-shelf microcontrollers are used to provide you with extra flexibility and connectivity options.
Cloud automation enables communication with one or multiple Probeberry instances, to gather data, control processes, display historical or actual data, and send reports.
Due to open nature of the platform, Probeberry can be controlled by the Probeberry software, native Arduino or Raspberry software, or any custom control software.
8 on-the-fly reconfigurable channels that can be programmed to perform as: AIO 4-20 mA, 0-10V; digital input (including dry contact, with adjustable 500mV-16V threshold); RTD measurement
RS232; RS485 with MODBUS support; I2C with SMBUS support; SDI12
Wi-SUN protocol support
4 analog multiplexers 1:4
Probeberry advantages over a traditional test bench
Traditional test bench
While targeted at mid-plus enterprises, off-the-shelf equipment is not mass-produced
Complicated to extend
Difficult to purchase necessary testing system parts and extend, since such systems are not authorized to be changed by third parties
Probeberry is built on popular elements used in robot engineering
Easy to extend
Custom system extensions can be easily built based on open-source schematic and code examples, or developed by the Prylada team