Monday, July 25, 2016
VOLUME -23 NUMBER 6
Publication Date: 06/1/2008
Advertisements
ARCHIVE >  June 2008 Issue >  Electronic Mfg. Products > 

Digitaltest: 2nd Gen Flying Prober
Second-generation flying prober. .
Concord, CA — Digitaltest's recently introduced second-generation MTS-500 Flying Prober Condor II is 30 percent faster than previous models while assuring high accuracy in fine pitch applications. Options include the company's proprietary "Soft Landing" technology, guaranteeing damage-free testing of even the most delicate high-density boards as well as integrated boundary-scan.

The company's Migration Program — its answer to legacy equipment problems — consists of migration tools necessary to take old programs and fixtures from major ATE companies and migrating them to this state-of-the-art test platform. The answer is an open concept to translate existing and debugged test programs and provide fixture adapters to run different fixtures on our test systems.

Due to the non-multiplexed system structure, the MTS300 test system is able to emulate existing test programs and fixtures from other platforms such as GenRad, Teradyne and Agilent. This ability to exchange programs and fixtures with other test manufacturers' systems effectively makes the MTS300 a "neutral platform", which can save both time and money.

Customers still using ATE equipment designed in the 1970s and 1980s are now facing problems with part obsolescence issues and field service support for those outdated systems. The MTS300 presents a method to overcome these problems without wasting any previous investment.

Contact: Digitaltest, Inc., 5046 Commercial Circle, Suite C, Concord, CA 94520  
925-603-8650 fax: 925-603-8651 Web:
http://www.digitaltest.net

 
 
search login