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How To Combine Multiple Test Systems Into A Universal Tester For Multiple Products

On May 29, 2018

Have you found yourself looking around your manufacturing floor and counting the individual testers for each of your products? Or maybe, you are developing a new product that will have several different models that all need to be tested. If you have found yourself in this position, you’re probably wondering how you can combine all of this testing into one tester.

Based on our expertise and best practices, we’ve identified four criteria that are necessary for creating a successful universal production test solution.

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  1. Openness – all source code, on every project we complete, is provided to our customers.
  2. Flexibility and Scalability – use of commercial off the shelf products to ensure flexibility as technology and products advance.
  3. Time Savings – we work with your team to decrease TAKT time while ensuring reliability and accurate testing.
  4. Cost Savings – consolidating all your testers into one will decrease your overall cost in the long run.

With five decades of experience in the test industry, Ball Systems understands this predicament. We developed a simple approach in response – a refined methodology to create one test system to test many or even all of your products. We’ve helped numerous clients – spanning  aerospace and defense, automotive, consumer appliance, and commercial and industrial markets – solve this very issue with our universal test platform development process. 

Learn more about how our team can combine multiple testers into a universal tester by downloading our white paper.

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