Design guidelines for in-circuit testability technical paper

Design guidelines for in-circuit testability

In-circuit test (ICT) has remained one of the most popular and cost-effective test methods for medium and high volume printed circuit board assembly (PCBA) for many years.

By checking each component on a PCB individually, ICT delivers highly reliable results in seconds.

The test method comprises a test fixture and program dedicated to the target test platform and unit under test (UUT). While this equipment is expensive, the cost per unit is negligible.

In this technical paper we will consider how you can implement ICT to achieve the optimum results for your products – and your business.

We will discuss:

  • Test methods and practice
  • Circuit design considerations
  • Fixture and PCB layout considerations
  • Manufacturing tolerances of PCBs and fixtures
  • Information required to produce ICT fixtures and programs

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