Electronic Engineering
Testing and Measuring

A quality measurement means that the testing method and the results are appropriate to answer all the questions that emerged alongside the project. An electronic test equipment is used to capture and display signals from electronic devices under test (DUTs) in order to ensure their proper operation. The use of testing and measurement tools is quintessential for any electronics application.

Practical electronics engineering and assembly requires the use of different kinds of electronic test equipment ranging from the very basic and cheap tools to complex and advanced ones. For instance, an automatic test equipment (ATE) uses automated control systems to rapidly perform tests. Therefore it usually includes many instruments in simulated forms.

Ordinarily, high-level test equipment is necessary when designing circuits or when troubleshooting existing production units in the field.

Accurate measurements are key to practically all engineering application, but all too often measurements and test get little attention comparing to the design part.

When determining the required performance of the system, you should not only consider the instrument but also the application and the environment under which you will use the device.

However, it can be often complicated to determine which type of device will fulfill the requirements if you are only looking at the specs and features.

Datasheets are not always easy to decode because they typically use brand specific terminology. We recommend you to consult with an expert who has a comprehensive view of the market and can provide you with rich insights. 

Essential tools an electrical engineer needs:

  • Multimeter
  • LCR Meter
  • Oscilloscope
  • Signal Generator

Multimeters (either analog or digital devices) measure and tests electrical parameters like voltage (V), current (A), or resistance (ohms).

Our normal frame of reference is time, ergo we need to note when certain electrical events occur. We use oscilloscopes to view the waveform of a signal in the time domain. Multimeters and oscilloscopes are essential for test and measurement applications. 

LCR meters are used to measure the inductance, capacitance, and resistance of the devices.

Signal generators can vary, depending on the form of a signal they provide. Some provide RF signals, others audio signals, different shapes of waveforms or simply pulses.

We aim to meet your unique needs, hence we offer a wide spectrum of solutions for test and measurement applications.

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