Multitest, a designer and manufacturer of final test handlers, contactors and load boards used by integrated device manufacturers (IDMs) and final test subcontractors worldwide, has expanded its post-assembly, flying probe test capacity to meet the growing demands of PCB assembly. As ATE assemblies become more complex, the probability of costly delays increases.
Multitest’s post-assembly testing ensures that customers receive a load board with validated functionality of active components and measured values of passive components. This test eliminates the need for time consuming debugging at customer sites and allows a direct shipment of the PCB to the production site for immediate deployment.
The post-assembly test service from Multitest allows the most complex load boards to be thoroughly tested by applying power to switching components such as relays. Customers benefit from the newly expanded lineup of Acculogic Scorpion flying probe testers with the highest test coverage available, on-time delivery and less debug time.
Multitest (headquartered in Rosenheim, Germany) is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of test equipment for semiconductors. Multitest markets test handlers, contactors, and ATE printed circuit boards. Globally, more than 700 employees serve the company’s customers in offices and branches in North America, Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan, China and Thailand.