Building a TEST-OK module step by step
Design TEST-OK module by CAD
TEST-OK modules ae based on TEST-OK catalog mechanical parts. PCB materials can be ordered at local suppliers or at the TEST-OK portal.
TEST-OK module mechanical parts are ordered at TEST-OK. PCB's can be ordered at a local supplier or the TEST-OK portal of Eurocircuits.
Solder the components
The components of the test circuits are soldered on the Connector Board
Assembly of mechanical parts
Some mechanical parts are mounted between the Connector Board and Spacer Board, such as standoffs and BEAMS.
Assemble the boards
Before the aluminum frame is build around the module, the Connector Board and Spacer Board are mounted.
Assemble the frame set
The aluminum frame will provide the board the final stability.
Mount the centering pins
From the top side, centering pins and FAST-LOCK pins are mounted.
Soldering of receptacles
Final job for finishing the Bottom Module is soldering the receptacles and place the test probes.
Bottom and Positioning module
After finishing the Positioning Module with FAST-LOCKS and peripheral pins, both parts of this module must fit accurately.
Controlling the position of the UUT
Last step before placing the module in the TEST-OK system is controlling the position of the UUT, and check if all components are free from the Positioning Board.
TEST-OK module are build in a structured manner. For the design of your module a PCB CAD system is necessary. This leads therfore to high precision probe positioning, always based on gerbers or orginal CAD files of your UUT. After finishing your TEST-OK module design the PCB's and TEST-OK materials must be used to assemble the TEST-OK module. New test scripts or modified existing script must be written in the TEST-OK test descrription language.