Dual-head automated probing station

THE Huntron Access DH (dual head) Automatic Probing Station is designed to open the measurement spectrum to fixtureless diagnostic robotic probing.

THE Huntron Access DH (dual head) Automatic Probing Station is designed to open the measurement spectrum to fixtureless diagnostic robotic probing.

The addition of a second point is said to provide accurate automation of a two-point measurement, therefore reducing the manual dexterity limits when an event needs to be captured.

The Huntron Access DH can be configured to work with almost any standard measurement instruction such as Huntron Trackers, Multimeters, Oscilloscopes, Spectrum Analysers and LCR meters, distributor Metromatics says.

Huntron Access Probers connect to the Huntron ProTrack, the Tracker Model 30, TrackerPXI. The Access Prober also comes with the Tracker Model 30 built-in for an all-in-one test solution.

The Huntron Access Probers are said to allow economical, automated testing of densely packed surface-mount and other devices on the most complex boards from the smallest to the largest systems.