Everett Charles Technologies to exhibit at BIOMEDevice Show 2016

Leading Contacting and Connector Solutions to Meet Challenging Requirements

Everett Charles Technologies (ECT) will exhibit its leading Contacting and Compliant Connector Solutions at the upcoming BIOMEDevice Show scheduled to take place December 7 – 8, 2016 at the San Jose Exhibition Center, California.

ECT offers a comprehensive portfolio of contacting and compliant connectors including customized solutions.

ECT’s offering of contacting products includes highly reliable battery probes for mission critical connections and proven RF probes to ensure accurate, consistent and repeatable contacts.

ECT’s “standard connectors” are based on a highly flexible architecture, which facilitates cost-efficient configurations for customer requirements. ECT compliant connectors meet the highest quality standards and have shown superior durability in high life cycle applications.

In addition to the off-the-shelf ‘catalog connectors’, which can be configured to customer requirements, ECT offers solutions fully designed to customer specifications. These custom solutions are needed, when standard products can’t meet the entire set of requirements. ECT’s in-house expertise in RF simulation is a unique and valuable asset for this capability. With the RF simulation and validation capabilities ECT is able to optimize the design prior to production. This process ensures the best performance of the connector and fastest project completion.

For more information, please visit http://ect-cpg.com/compliant-connectors or http://ect-cpg.com/accordion

 

Expanding on Proven Solutions: New Sensor Test Module for Twin Axis Stimulation

Multitest has shipped new high g sensor test module for X/Z stimulation

Multitest shipped a new “Shaker” high g sensor test module for the MT9928. The module allows for twin axis testing in one stimulation on the x and z axis. The module expands the MEMS/sensor test portfolio for the flexible and modular MT9928 handler platform, which already includes multiple solutions for test and calibration of inertial MEMS/sensors.

With the kitable and modular MT9928 platform, in combination with dedicated MEMS/sensor test modules, the customer receives a highly flexible test setup which can easily be converted to different packages styles and MEMS/sensor applications.

The generic Multitest MEMS test approach deploys all features and functions of the standard handling system and addresses the MEMS specific requirements by adding MEMS/sensor test and calibration carts with dedicated stimulus boxes.

The new twin axis high g sensor test module is dedicated for X/Z stimulation of a MEMS device and allows for two axis testing in one stimulation. By applying one stimulation, cycle time can be saved and the packages need to be touched less often reducing the risk of damage during test. For testing at various temperature levels this advantage is even greater.

The twin axis X/Z high g module for the MT9928 gravity handler offers advantages in test time, test process optimization and flexibility, as well as, better equipment utilization. The module has proven best performance with less than 1.5 % THD at 14 g 100 Hz stimulation.

To learn more about the Multitest MEMS test and calibration solutions, please visit http://multitest.com/sensor