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Long-time CCITest software gets an updated logo

Aug 05, 2020 | Test System Engineering, Company News

Long-time CCITest software gets an updated logo

For over 10 years, Circuit Check has offered a proprietary software known as CCITest for all functional test systems. Recently, Circuit Check has updated the CCITest logo to reflect our new brand. Based on the .NET 4 framework CCITest provides all of the low-level functionality of test equipment...

Creating Automated Test Systems - Operations Video

Mar 16, 2020 | Test System Engineering, Company News

Creating Automated Test Systems - Operations Video

Our final video discusses the integration process and making sure the hardware, fixture and software are all working correctly together.  Circuit Check's Chris Scorse explains the considerations that must be made to ensure the test system is ready for use in the field.

Creating Automated Test Systems - Software Video

Mar 10, 2020 | Test System Engineering, Company News

Creating Automated Test Systems - Software Video

Developing the test software is a crucial element that needs consideration when designing a test system.  In our next video, Circuit Check's Mike VanMeeteren discusses the considerations for designing your own software for test.  Mike discusses the importance of your design philosophy and...

Creating Automated Test Systems - Fixtures Video

Mar 04, 2020 | Test System Engineering, Company News

Creating Automated Test Systems - Fixtures Video

Our next video examines the most overlooked component of the test system - the connection or interface to the device under test.  Circuit Check's Greg Michalko discusses what should be considered to ensure you have a reliable fixture or interface test adapter, allowing you to receive stable and...

Creating Automated Test Systems - Test Hardware Video

Feb 26, 2020 | Test System Engineering, Company News

Creating Automated Test Systems - Test Hardware Video

Circuit Check's Sean Casey discusses test hardware in the next video of our series with National Instruments.  Once your test requirements and intended use spec are completed, Sean shares the considerations that need to be made for the test system.