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Design for Testing (DFT)
Our test engineers can assist customers with advice at the early stages of product design or come in and offer test options post design.
QMS engineering team offers our customers free consulting advice. It is QMS’s desire to provide testing options as a service. QMS has a great test team with test engineers on staff. Our test engineers can assist customers with advice at the early stages of product design or come in and offer test options post design.
QMS has flying probe and In-circuit testing equipment in house. QMS can develop programs internally or outsource. QMS test engineering is talented in Lab-View development.
QMS can also develop testing as a service. QMS has developed In-Circuit test nests as well as flying probe programs. QMS has developed full functional tests including burn-in racks. QMS designed a complete test and burn-in multiple rack system for sound masking units. These units required networking up to 24 units and testing of sound system, paging system, and sound masking noise.
With technology pushing printed circuit board designs smaller and smaller with increased density, most customers are choosing functional testing as the primary or sole test solution.
QMS customers find working with our test department efficient and economical. Example, usually our test team provides customer with the problem and already in many cases has potential root-cause identified.
Our out-of-state customers find this most cost efficient as they do not have to send their people down to trouble shoot or solve issues. 99% of issues are handled over the phone and email with QMS personnel capable of fixing or updating customer’s equipment in house.
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