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Touch Screen support available for MICROGen

Posted in Aerospace, Automotive, Production testing

Whilst working in a testing environment, a PC or a laptop is not always the fastest, easiest or safest way to interact with a device under test....

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PED Sensor Testing Now Available For Genix Test Unit

Posted in Automotive, Production testing

add2 is happy to announce further enhancements to our Genix Test Unit to include PED sensor testing. The GTU is a testing solution that provides the means of...

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Testing of vehicle door module electronics now available

Posted in Automotive, Production testing

Automotive door module electronics typically contain an array of electronic components, such as switches, antennae and speakers. It’s important that these components are reliably tested at assembly...

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Switch between vehicle test programs in minutes with Genix Test Unit

Posted in Automotive, Production testing

An upgrade is now available for our Genix Test Unit to allow firmware changes to take place on the factory floor.  As each new vehicle model year...

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How dynamic powertrain signalling greatly improves your yellowboard test coverage

Posted in Automotive, Production testing

For years, much electronic automotive testing has been carried out on lab cars or yellowboards. Traditional automotive test boards consist of a metal framework, often taking the...

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Production testing of passive entry sensors now available

Posted in Automotive, Production testing

Latest developments to the Genix Test Unit allow for presence and correct engineering revision testing of passive entry sensors. Automotive sub-assemblies such as bumpers and spoilers typically...

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How to reduce production line delays without affecting productivity

Posted in Automotive, Production testing

Automotive sub-assemblies such as bumpers and spoilers typically contain an array of electronic components, such as parking assist sensors, pedestrian sensors, gesture equipment, fog lamps, telecommunications amplifiers...

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