Replacement of Obsolete Test System

Quarter 2, 2016

Replacement of Obsolete Test System

TestWorks Group has developed and supplied a functional test solution to a major multinational communications and defence corporation. The solution replaced an obsolete system which had become unreliable and difficult to support. Due to the nature of the product being tested, TestWorks reused some of the original code and incorporated it within a LabVIEW ‘wrapper’, and also developed a custom emulator PCB for use in the test fixture. Most elements of the new system are industry-standard and therefore easily supportable in future. The fixture is connected to the system by a cable harness, allowing additional fixtures to be added for further products. For higher volume requirements, this cable can be replaced with one of several industry-standard fixture interfaces.


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