Lower Production Costs – Testing of electronics in the era of miniaturization

Testing is essential to guarantee the quality of your products. One option is to perform a functional test. However, functional testing has two main disadvantages: you don’t know if you covered all possible assembly defects, and íf you find a failure it is hard (time-consuming, costly) to diagnose its cause. These two shortcomings are addressed by structural testing.

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Lower development costs – Testing of electronics in the era of miniaturization

Time to market is critical: any new product should be ready for production as soon as possible, with minimal development costs. (more…)

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Why test

By Peter van den Eijnden (Electronic Engineering Times Europe January 2016) (article pdf)

Design for Manufacturing (DfM) rules and highly automated assembly equipment minimize the number of assembly errors on your printed circuit board assemblies (PCBAs). To deliver fault free, high quality PCBAs they must be tested to detect and remove any remaining assembly errors.
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Quality improvement – Testing of electronics in the era of miniaturization

Electronics is everywhere – the world would no longer function without chips and circuit boards. And once it is clear how important they are, it also becomes clear how dependent we are on their correct functioning. (more…)