For more than 35 years, Huntron has been helping people troubleshoot circuit card problems by manufacturing high quality tools that help isolate faulty electronic components. Huntron was founded in 1976 with the introduction of the Huntron Tracker®, the pioneering troubleshooting tool that uses power-off signature analysis to identify component failures on printed circuit boards. Over time, Huntron has added robotic automation to help deal with the increase in board complexity and help users save valuable time. The current Access Prober product line can decrease test times tenfold when compared to manual methods.
The expertise Huntron gained with developing robotic probers has allowed us to help customers automate their custom test processes such as guided scope measurements. We are continuing these efforts by designing and building open architecture, custom flying probe systems that can be customized to fit your needs.
Flexible, automated diagnostic solutions to help people solve circuit card problems
Huntron's troubleshooting tools are well suited for use in PCB manufacturing and PCB repair environments. Utilize a Huntron Tracker system to analyze fallout from the production line functional test or screen sample PCBs for problems caused by wrong components, missing components or solder shorts. Troubleshoot field service returns without the requirements of board schematics or documentation.
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The 2800 series of Huntron® Tracker® are designed to complement conventional test instruments in the debug and troubleshooting process. Using the proven power-off test method known as Tracker Signature Analysis it eliminates the risk of...
Feb 09, 2012 | Curtis Smith, Huntron Technical Support
The Fundamentals of Signature Analysis Technical document discusses the basics of power-off analog signature analysis, how it relates to basic electronic devices and how it is used for circuit board troubleshooting....