Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 19 14:17:31 EST 2003 | John
Does anyone have experience with Test Research Incorporated MDA's and incircuit testers? Has anyone worked with Test Pro Systems on such a project? Can you make any recommendations from your experiences in selecting incircuit testers? Thanks John
Electronics Forum | Sat Sep 22 23:57:53 EDT 2007 | accurex
The selection of Test equipment primarily should be driven by the requirement of fault spectrum you would like to capture. If you are looking at Manufacutring defects MDA/ICT would do the job, if you would like to cover the functional aspect a combin
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 20 15:26:25 EDT 2012 | davef
Are you better off with a ... * Low-end MDA ... OR * Low-end optical inspection machine ... Do you really need to check component values? ... OR Are you just checking component values to be sure that you're inspecting well?
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 27 10:49:02 EDT 2016 | davef
can't troubleshoot fault => oops, we skipped MDA maintenance => never mind Glad that it worked for you.
Electronics Forum | Wed May 30 17:21:25 EDT 2007 | troyboesch
Pretty much everybody does functional or system test at the end of a printed board assembly line. In-circuit or MDA test hits most complex boards. But, 3D xray is being pushed by Agilent, Teradyne, and TRI. No fixtures and a high call rate for sol
Electronics Forum | Thu May 31 11:07:23 EDT 2007 | pjc
ICT and AXI are two different methods for MDA. ICT checks component values and polarity- component and circuit electrical testing while AXI checks solder joints- volume, voids, bridging, etc.... Typically, AXI is in the SMT process engineering and QA
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 06 21:21:48 EST 2002 | davef
DeltaScan, a Teradyne fixture-less tester coarsely comparable to HP TestJet, eh? Er, wazzat what Milo [contact programmer at CTU on 24] used to hack into the key card that Richard Walsh [CTU honcho shot dead at Dupont plaza] gave to Jack [this is go
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 06 22:02:48 EDT 1999 | JAX
Our first article inspection after machine placement can take several hours depending on the complexity of the board. The operator visually checks the board against the drawing and bill of material. I'd be interested to hear if there are any other