Electronics Forum: boundary scan (Page 1 of 2)

Is the demand for in-circuit testing still high for PCBA?

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 21 08:59:05 EDT 2008 | rway

I would say yes. I don't believe that ICT will every be replaced by boundary scan. Now on some assemblies, boundary scan is viable and certainly a better choice considering test access constraints. But ICT still will play a vital roll in the futur

advice on selecting ATE/ICT

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 25 12:32:01 EDT 2007 | chef

I've heard of boundary scan. A flying probe is that way.

ICT and specifying PCBA testing

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 18 12:35:15 EST 2011 | rway

As the article eludes to, you still need probe access to measure the pins with TestJet. One thing I wanted to add was the use of JTAG for use with Boundary Scan. Certain devices have JTAG capability, but not all JTAG devices are Boundary Scan compa

Re: Equipment/Line Capability Study

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 26 11:25:20 EDT 2000 | Wolfgang Busko

I forgot: - smallest part you can handle - Rework capabilities (espec. QFP, BGA) - Test capabilities (inline, offline, AOI, X-ray, ICT, boundary scan etc.) Wolfgang

Re: In-circuit testing

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 29 13:02:04 EDT 1998 | Zsolt Takacs

:I am looking for a in circuit test provider doing bed of nails and/ or boundary scan test in Northern California.

Re: In-circuit testing

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 03 09:36:45 EDT 1998 | Dave F

:I am looking for a in circuit test provider doing bed of nails and/ or boundary scan test in Northern California. Zsolt: Most contract manufactures worth their bromine and chlorine salts have ITC testers and, I guess, would be happy, if

advice on selecting ATE/ICT

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 25 08:55:43 EDT 2007 | stepheniii

It's a test technology. It's quite different from either ICT or functional. It's also called boundary scan. The board has to be designed for it. You basically plug the J-tag tester into a port built into the board. It has it's own special niche b

Simulate the cycle time for ICT, FPT tester

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 19 02:35:48 EDT 2020 | franknguyen

Hi, I got a new project, and need to provide customer the ICT (In-Circuit-Testing), FPT (Flying-Probe-Testing) process quotation. The new PCBA contains analog components, digital components, and some BGAs that can support Boundary Scan. Does anyone

Re: Flying Probe ICT

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 24 11:38:09 EDT 1998 | Ryan Jennens

Any competition for Teradyne on this front? Any users out there with comments? Thanks in advance. G G: Does Teradyne make flying probe testers? Dave F Dave: From what I hear they have introduced a flying probe tester??? H

testing smt boards

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 01 21:30:31 EST 2005 | davef

Primary methods used to test assembled circuit boards are: * Automated test equipment [ATE] * Manual bench-top functional test equipment Assembled printed circuit board ATE market segments are: * In-circuit ATE * Functional ATE * Boundary Scan AT

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