insertion switch

insertion switch

[in′sər·shən ‚swich]
(computer science)
Process by which information is inserted into the computer by an operator who manually operates switches.
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The differential PXI fault-insertion switch (Model 40-200) is designed for lower data rate serial interfaces such as CAN and FlexRay, and the high bandwidth differential PXI fault insertion switch (Model 40-201) is designed for higher data-rate serial interfaces such as AFDX and 1000BaseT Ethernet.
Pickering Interfaces makes a range of PXI Fault Insertion Switch Modules for just this purpose.
The Model 40-190B 2A Fault Insertion Switch is intended for automotive and avionic applications and available with 32, 64, or 74 fault insertion channels and one or two fault buses.