To effectively massproduce electronic products , it's necessary to have certain jiggs and systems to interface between the D.U.T
(Device under test) and a line of testequipment. Signals needs to be checked , parts needs to be calibrated , a row of stimuli's may be needed
to activate certain functions in the D.U.T. I am specialized in developing the electronics needed inside the mechanical fixtures , to adapt the
signals, powerlevels and everything else generated by the D.U.T , to safely interface with the test equipment. Sometimes the most efficient
solution is to design the testfixture as a stand alone unit. Then I build in everything that's necessary inside the fixture itself and this
generally result in a very compact and efficient method of masstesting.
Another alternative is to use a general testrack with a line of instruments and equipment available to a number of different testfixtures.
This generally demands a signal interfacing board inside the testfixture. Something I have much experience in.
With my experience in this field , I can suggest and advice you in the process of test strategy and testfixtures and equipment already in
the development phase. I design the electronics based on your specifications and demands.
The result will be a testsystem , both easy and safe to operate , with a row of protections to protect both equipment and operator.