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Testing a PCB for shorts/open

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by [email protected], Jan 25, 2005.

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    One of my customers tests there PCB's with a flying probe tester. When
    they find a common problem area on there boards, they want to have a
    fixture that will test those points on all the panels. I have made an
    adjustable fixture that will raise and lower 2 probes onto the panel in
    the problem area accurately so they can test all the panels. The
    problem I have now is that the flying probe tester can test for voltage
    or current I believe. I have to be able to run the same test on my
    little fixture. The voltage and current are adjustable on there
    machine. It's a Mania Speedy flying probe tester. The listed specs for
    the tester are adjustable 25 to 250v and 30 to 300mA. I need to figure
    out how I can generate these different voltage/currents and to check
    for a pass/fail. I don't know very much about flying probe testing so
    any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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