Posts Tagged ‘test rig’

Testing/programming rig

Tuesday, May 5th, 2015

Sjaak writes: I was working on a project of mine (Hakko T12 Soldering controller) and it needed a simple way of programming it. The PCB is designed for manufacturing and has no standard header. On the bottom the programming pins are brought out as testpoints... Via the project log forum.  

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Test rig pickup

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

Picked up a generic test rig in Shenzhen to refine and standardize project production testing. Cost was 500 rmb or about 80 bucks. Build to our custom specs and ready overnight.

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