4.3‘‘ colour TFT display: 1800 series
Modern digital technology and safety current limitation for unproblematic workspace designs.
In this example, a DUT enclosure with an angled trap door was developed to test submersible pumps. Since the submersible pumps also needed to be subjected to a leak test and functional test in addition to the safety test, they needed more “complex” contactors. Due to the relatively high weight of the test subjects, an adapter on a transport carriage was selected as an addition to the trap door.
Workstation: DUT enclosure with trap door
The testing system automatically controls the trap door and the carriage. Users extend the carriage, place the product on top, and contact it. They then push the transport carriage into the testing area using the smooth-running slides. After pressing a button, the trap door automatically moves down, starting the testing process. After all tests have been completed successfully, the trap door opens once again and the carriage is dispensed automatically. The product can be removed and exchanged for the next test subject.
Besides outstanding ergonomic features, this workstation also provides outstanding flexibility: It is mobile, and all testing devices and control elements are integrated into its base. This means that it can be used in a wide variety of manufacturing areas, depending on customer needs.
We at SPS electronic specialise in developing testing and inspection systems tailored to customer requirements. Whenever unique requirements apply to a testing task – whether these are the order of parameters to be tested, conditions for testing, or the way test approval is completed – with our expert knowledge and many years of experience, we always find the right solution.
Give us a try – we will be happy to develop the right testing system for your needs!