For over 40 years Circuit Check has been a leading edge provider of custom engineered test solutions to the electronics industry. Our electronic test company began as a bare board testing service in 1979. As our clients’ needs for test equipment grew more sophisticated, we evolved to meet those requirements with innovative new products and processes.
Circuit Check’s global footprint and technology-enabled services facilitate our electronics manufacturing customers to take advantage of a smooth transition from near-shore low-volume production to full volume production throughout the globe. Our test solutions; functional test systems, analysis software and test engineering services, can be deployed to any region on the globe.
Innovation - Helping Technology Move Forward
Circuit Check has led the industry in identifying and innovating new technologies and processes to address the ever-changing test requirements. Our vast array of products proves that we continue to meet the ever-growing demands of the electronic industry. We continue to be innovative leaders to the world of testing, integrating and adapting, new, improved and cost effective technologies.
Circuit Check is the leader in test fixture design and fabrication. Circuit Check’s experienced engineers develop innovative solutions to meet our customers’ needs – reliable and cost-effective test systems for each product under test.
Flexible Solutions for Your Manufacturing Needs
Circuit Check test systems are based upon modular technologies to accelerate deployment and enable capital equipment reuse. For over 40 years, Circuit Check is the partner of choice delivering more than 10,000 solutions and 100,000 fixtures worldwide. Circuit Check provides testing solutions for those in the industrial, automotive, medical, military and aerospace, and computer networking industries.
Commitment to Quality
Circuit Check’s design quality and durability allows our customers to meet their cost-effective testing requirements. Circuit Check projects include specification development following an ISO 9001 compliant design process that defines intended uses, design requirements, and the overall design plan for the test system. Circuit Check adheres to the Controlled Goods Program and is ITAR registered. Circuit Check uses performance metrics to analyze and take planned action to improve processes, and has systems to control the quality of outsourced processes that effect conformity to product requirements.