There are a limited number of units still available for sale. Please contact your local AP sales partner for more information.
The APx525 and APx515 are functional replacements for the ATS-2 that offer better analog performance, better digital connectivity, a better UI, and better automation—all at a lower price. Please contact your local sales partner for a demo. As with all AP analyzers, the ATS-2 will remain fully supported by Tech Support and Service for a minimum of five years after discontinuation.
The ATS-2 is a general-purpose audio analyzer well suited to the design lab, broadcast facility or production line—anywhere you need high-precision, feature-rich audio test and measurement.
The ATS-2 offers excellent value for any technician who wishes to integrate a fully functional audio analyzer into an IEEE.488 (GPIB) controlled test system. It is also ideally suited for the production line or broadcast verification when used with the AP High Speed Tester application.
The Harmonic Distortion Analyzer provides insights into a variety of circuit malfunctions while the Multitone Analyzer with FFTs performs multiple performance tests extremely quickly. The Performance Option increases analyzer bandwidth to 120 kHz and adds digital interface analysis, including eye patterns, rise time and jitter.
ATS-2 supports the High Speed Tester. High Speed Tester (HST) is a fast, accurate and easy-to-operate audio test application that is ideal for high speed production test or testing transmission quality across a broadcast network. HST tests output level, frequency response, interchannel phase, distortion, noise in the presence of signal, crosstalk and DC offset against user-defined limits in just 1.5 seconds. The simplified user interface is optimized for high volume testing with clear pass/fail results and user instructions. A log file is automatically generated ready to be emailed for trend analysis or an FFT can be saved for detailed troubleshooting.
“We’ve been using ATS-2 for years because basically they do exactly what we want them to do. With some simple scripting, instructions appear on screen and by using pictures they can be in whatever language we want. Very useful in China.”
-- Frank Szczepanik Test Development Engineer | Bosch ST, UK