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A range of test products for a large variety of test applications

Current flows of up to 35 amps for load and functional testing of power components such as semi-conductors, solenoids, loaded PCBs, bus-bars, wound components and batteries. This range shares identical dimensions and will readily intermix with the PA3 - PA7 series and the PC8 series respectively.

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For load and functional testing of bus-bars and batteries. Current flows up to 400 amps.

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A range of concentric test probes intended specifically for making 4 to 6 pole (Kelvin) tests on PCBs, bus bars, equipment chassis and screw heads.

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Kelvin test pins for the testing of transformers, chokes, relays, solenoids and cable harnesses.

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For the very fine pitch testing of semi-conductor devices and PCBs down to 0.46mm centres.

A range of microprobes designed to allow very fine pitch testing of PCBs, substrates, semiconductors and devices, from 0.46mm to 0.76mm test centres.

The PM2 and PA0 series, are of a non-replaceable design; the space saved by not having a receptacle allows testing to as small as 0.46mm centres. The fitment method is a delicate yet simple process and you can have the option of a pre-attached cable, allowing easier connection to the test jig.

The PA0 'R' series uses a receptacle, giving the added advantage of probe replaceability, yet still allowing testing at a minimum spacing of 0.5mm. The receptacle has the convenient option of a pre-attached cable.

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Probes with a broad bandwidth for making high frequency tests of RF connectors and PCBs.

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Test probes with an integral micro-switch used for electrically testing and signalling the presence of a lead or pin.

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Pneumatic test probes provide an alternative to the use of conventional spring contact test probes to solve some problems in test fixture design.

The main advantages of this system are:

  • There is no need for a moving probe plate or push plate
  • The probes are held away from the test item until contact is required. This avoids damage/wear and tear of the probe tips. When the compressed air is switched on the probe tips move into contact with the test pad
  • The ability to program sequential tests using a programmer and electric valves to operate different probes at set times in the test programme

How to use

Pneumatic system components

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Devices which detect the presence or absence of non-conductive features.

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Pinned plunger stops tip rotation which allows probing of connector pins in recessed slots.

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Test probes with unusually large tip diameters. Used for applications where the contact target is ill defined.

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Essential components for jig builders and customisers

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