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We know the ins and outs of PCB's

Automated Printed Circuit Board Testing

We know the ins and outs of PCB's
  • Power supply voltage levels (VCC, VDD, etc.).

  • Clock signals (system clock, peripheral clocks).

  • Analog input signals (e.g., sensor inputs).

  • Digital control signals (e.g., reset, enable signals).

  • Serial communication inputs (UART, SPI, I2C).

  • External trigger inputs.

  • User interface inputs (buttons, switches).

  • PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) signals.

  • Temperature sensor inputs.

  • Voltage reference inputs.

  • Digital output signals (data lines, control lines).

  • Analog input signals (ADC inputs).

  • Analog output signals (DAC outputs).

  • LED indicators.

  • Display outputs (LCD, OLED, LED display segments).

  • Relay control outputs.

  • Voltage regulator outputs.

  • Power-on indicator outputs.

  • Current sense inputs/outputs.

  • Power-up sequence testing.

  • Power-down sequence testing.

  • Voltage tolerance testing.

  • Clock frequency and accuracy testing.

  • Data integrity testing (checksum, CRC).

  • Communication protocol testing (UART, SPI, I2C).

  • Uploading Firmware or other files.

  • Overvoltage protection testing.

  • Undervoltage lockout testing.

  • Logic functionality testing (gate-level/functional logic).

  • Memory read/write testing (RAM, Flash).

  • Sensor calibration and accuracy testing.

  • ADC/DAC functionality and accuracy testing.

  • Motor control functionality testing.

  • Audio output quality testing.

  • Display content and pixel testing.

  • Communication protocol testing.

  • Button/switch functionality testing.

  • Temperature sensor accuracy testing.

All these I/O's and much more.

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