Design Guide: Introduction to Automated Test Fixtures
Testing of electronic assemblies involves three elements: the device under test, test equipment, and fixturing to make the connections between them. This design guide teaches you the major components of automated test fixtures and the needs for product connectivity.
Design Guide: Building PXI Based Board-level Test Systems
A challenge for many test engineers building sophisticated PXI based functional test systems is that the PXI instrumentation may need to measure thousands of test points through the mechanical interconnect, not to mention the focused attention required for signal integrity. This design guide teaches you the major components needed to build a PXI based automated test system.
Quoting Guide: Understanding In-circuit Fixture Quoting Requirements
In order to quote your test fixture, Circuit Check requests information such as CAD files, Gerber files, Bill of Materials, Schematics, Assembly or FAB drawings, etc. Download the following document and contact our engineering team to learn more.
Configuration Guide: CCI 1050 Medical Device Test Station
The CCI 1050 board and product level test station is a part of the Circuit Check 1000 Series Configurable ATE Platform. With a lower cost of ownership, the CCI 1050 allows medical device manufactures to build reliable and upgradable test systems that meet both internal quality standards and those outlined in 21 CFR Part 820. This guide outlines general configuration options to the CCI 1050 test station comprised of measurement instrumentation, interface and fixture interconnects, enterprise communication and test sequencing software.
Configuration Guide: CCI 1000 Series ATE with SCOUT XT Mass Interconnect
The Circuit Check 1000 Series ATE configured with MAC Panel SCOUT XT mass interconnect achieves maximum value from automated test equipment using modular fixturing mechanics and high-performance instrument interconnect with the shortest possible signal-path wire length. These components enable the same test system to be quickly reconfigured with new tooling for different products, while allowing for the highest possible signal integrity at the lowest investment. This maximizes equipment re-use, while minimizing the cost for each new test.