Special testing applications in manufacturingView application
Complex products, such as vehicles, often have sub-assemblies within the overall system that are important but hard to test after completion of the whole product.
The requirement for testing at this stage may come about for a number of reasons, such as the difficulty involved in replacing the item at a later manufacturing stage, ease of access during later manufacturing stages or the requirement for calibration in situ.
The challenges involved in testing airbagsView application
Airbags are notoriously difficult to test during manufacture due to the significant risk of detonation of the device during the process of testing.
By using ultra low current measurement techniques with fail-safe measurement hardware, it is possible to provide industrial units programmed to interface with your production line that are pre-programmed to take measurements at the appropriate time and flag up out of limit measurements.
PSI5-based pedestrian sensor testingView application
PSI5 is an open standard based on an existing standard used in airbag sensors. These sensors have been used in their millions and carry an attractive implementation price when adopting new sensor types.
It is important to ensure these sensors are correctly fitted and will respond correctly in the event of an impact, as many of the PSI5 sensors are targeted at pedestrian safety applicati
Applications for advanced continuity testingView application
Continuity testing is often used to ensure parts are correctly connected during manufacture of sub-assemblies, prior to final assembly, to reduce final test rework issues.
In the case of advanced continuity testing, certain tests may also be performed on top of basic electrical circuit continuity checking, such as powering up ECUs to check for correct operational draw.
Custom test solutionsView application
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