Courses, programs and test fixtures

Eldig testing has thirty years’ experience in the testing industry and can test individual components or entire plates; it also develops fixtures and underfixtures, i.e. support structures for testing electronic boards, catering to all customer needs. With its long-term industry experience, Eldig also holds courses for the sharing of its know-how.

Eldig develops test programs for its own equipment (AFT, Vision, etc.) and for automatic programmable equipment.

A fixture comprises two main parts: a base (the underfixture) and a specialist part (the actual fixture or jig). Eldig has recently launched its new line of own-brand fixtures that embody all the advances in technology made in its 30 years of experience.

With its long-term industry experience, Eldig holds courses to share its know-how on board testability, project methodologies, functional tests, etc.

Eldig testing has thirty years’ of experience in the testing industry.
Our technicians can identify the actual testability of an electronic board and produce tests for individual components or the entire plate.

Board testability means the possibility of accessing and testing each component, without tampering with the board; this procedure can only be carried out using in-circuit testing equipment.

Board “functionality” means the possibility to determine whether all functions are active; this procedure may be developed with machines for functional testing.

The board’s “diagnostic level” means the possibility to identify the individual faulty component or chain of components affected by the fault.

Electronic testing equipment based on in-circuit technology is used to test electronic boards as they come off assembly lines and usually performs the first test during production.
The testing equipment designed and developed by Eldig Testing for each board to test includes:
Development of a manual or pneumatic fixture (fixture with a bed of nails)
Test programme for the specific device to test
Extensive documentation

A logical level (1 and 0) sequence is used to test digital components, stimulating component input and the output response is then tested (Pattern). Over the years, Eldig has built up and is continually expanding a pattern library for a vast range of components.

Eldig also develops fixtures and underfixtures for electronic board testing: mechanical bases with a bed of nails and test points, to test individual components of the plates or the entire plate.

With thirty years of experience, Eldig holds a range of courses to share its know-how on board testability, project methodologies, functional tests, etc.