Embedded Board Test

Digital, static and functional test of pins, networks and components

Embedded Board Test describes a test method for modern electronics, using the intelligence of built-in circuits. Various technologies are used, having one thing in common: both generation and application of the test scenarios takes place in one system. The test system consists of a unique, modular control hardware and software.

Embedded Board Test allows digital, static test of pins and networks. Functional tests can also be integrated. These include access to I2C and SPI components, measurement and evaluation of analog processor inputs, dynamic memory tests and test of high-speed interfaces (e.g. USB 3.0.).

Typical production faults such as short circuits, missing resistors, non-soldered pins and BGA balls, but also errors in high-speed data transmission are can be found quickly and efficiently. The short execution time and accurate fault diagnosis allow cost-optimized repair.

A total of four combinable technologies form the pillars of the Embedded Board Test.