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TESTING & SIMULATION
PRODUCT GUIDE
Scale test systems
Advantest Corp. (Tokyo, Japan) launched
its DUT Scale Duo interface for the
V93000 EXA Scale SoC test systems. The
company claims that the latest version
increases the usable space on DUT
boards and probe cards by 50 percent or
more while wafer probe and final-test
setups can accommodate component
heights that are more than three times
taller. Along with the new interface, a new
super-stiff extended bridge achieves superior
deflection performance in directprobing
setups. The unit's universal design
gives it the versatility to support a
wide range of applications including digital
and RF device testing. The DUT Scale
Duo is expected to be available in most
markets by the middle of 2022.
For more information,
visit http://info.hotims.com/82344-476
Belt aging stand
SAKOR Technologies Inc. (Owosso
Township, Michigan) announced an accelerated
belt aging stand for use in
belt noise testing. The new preliminary
conditioning equipment will be used to
prepare belts for conducting full testing
required to meet SAE J2432-2012 specifications
for belt noise in vehicle Front
End Accessory Drive (FEAD) applications.
The conditioning stand subjects
belts to dynamic loads, temperatures
and stresses that will give them the
physical characteristics of aging belts.
Artificially accelerating the aging process
introduces the noise characteristics
that can then be properly tested to ensure
they meet SAE J2432-2012 standard.
The stand can age up to three
belts at a time, reducing the time necessary
to test a given belt design.
For more information,
visit http://info.hotims.com/82344-477
Ultrasonic probe
Renishaw (Wotton-under-Edge, U.K.)
launched its new RUP1 ultrasonic probe
for use with the REVO 5 axis measurement
system on coordinate measuring
machines. The
RUP1 increases
the multi-sensor
capability of
Renishaw's
REVO 5-axis system,
which now
offers six different
probe sensor
families, each
specifically designed
to maximize
the advantages of 5-axis motion
and infinite positioning. All REVO system
probes can be changed automatically and
include tactile scanning, touch-trigger,
surface finish, ultrasonic, non-contact
structured light and vision probes. The
RUP1 probe uses a 20-MHz transducer
and provides a thickness measurement
range of 1 mm to 20 mm with an accuracy
of better than 10 microns using
touch points. The tip ball is user-replaceable
and is preserved by a protective cap.
For more information,
visit http://info.hotims.com/82344-478
Instrument system
Advanced Thermal Solutions (Norwood,
Massachusetts) introduced the iQx instrument
system for measuring air temperature
and velocity, surface temperature,
air pressure drop and humidity. The
company states that measurements can
be made concurrently or individually.
The system is equipped with input ports
for up to eight air temperature/velocity
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sensors, four J type thermocouples, two
pressure sensors and one humidity sensor.
These can be positioned in different
locations within a system under test,
such as an electronic enclosure. ATS provides
all but the temperature/velocity
sensors with the iQx. ATS offers several
different types for use in the eight available
ports.
For more information,
visit http://info.hotims.com/82344-479
CFD software
Siemens Digital Industries Software
(Plano, Texas) announced that Daimler
Truck (Stuttgart, Germany) has adopted
Siemens' Simcenter STAR-CCM+
software to develop next-generation
carbon-neutral vehicles. Simcenter, part
of Siemens' Xcelerator portfolio, will
provide Daimler Truck with the leadingedge
computational fluid dynamics
(CFD) solution it needs to transform its
CAE development process to a full digital
twin-driven multiphysics environment.
Daimler Truck reportedly plans to
use Simcenter to improve aerodynamic
performance, as well as explore and
optimize innovative e-mobility propulsion
and energy management systems
including battery cooling and hydrogen
technology. The software will also help
support legacy combustion engine and
exhaust system design and associated
CO2
reduction.
For more information,
visit http://info.hotims.com/82344-480
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