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Seica test systems suit military and aero apps

Posted: 23 Jul 2010 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:PCB test? ATE? functional test?

The Valid Integrated Functional Test System from test and production solutions supplier Seica Inc. suits military and aerospace applications. The company reports the Valid system brings the following benefits to its users: Hundreds of LRU/SRU TPS's for major defense programs deployed on multiple test systems; multiple language capabilities, such as ATLAS, C++, LASAR, LabView, and tester specific; Valid system chosen for 3rd level testing in aircraft fighter program; digital channel card to meet the requirements of military aircraft programs; legacy support for: GR179X, GR275X, GR2235, S7XX, CA, L2XX, L3XX; and it includes LASAR post processing.

The system is also available in a ruggedized mobile version (PTE-100) for avionic field maintenance.

The Valid VIP (VIVA Integrated Platform) Series is an integrated functional test solution capable of providing high-performance analog, digital and mixed-signal testing. It address a wide range of applications, from analog, power analog, high-speed digital, mixed-signal electronic modules for final manufacturing verification or depot maintenance operations.

At the heart of the system is the VIP test backplane. Controlled by the system PC through the high-speed fiber-optic bus, the VIP test backplane hosts channel cards, routing cards and instrumentation. The backplane includes an 8-line analog bus which can be accessed by all measurement cards in a flexible, reconfigurable fashion to suit diverse application requirements.

Multiple test strategies can also be hosted on the system, by adding resources for structural vectorless, analog, cluster or full digital in-circuit tests.

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