Mike Taylor | August 17, 2016

New Automated Leak Detection System Ensures Airtight Operation

We recently announced the G Systems Valve Leak Measurement System (VLMS), a low-flow leak detection product that reliably measures slow leaks that are unidentifiable with conventional leak detectors. This system is already helping manufacturers test and ensure that critical valve seals are airtight and it is perfect for applications that require a zero or near-zero leak rate, including medical devices, pharmaceutical equipment, and oil, gas, and plumbing valves.

Ralph Hutson | July 25, 2016

Choosing an Uninterruptable Power Supply for your ATE

Why do you want an Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS) for your ATE (automatic test equipment) in the first place? There are many reasons to have a UPS. UPS’s are useful in many industries. I will limit the following brief discussion to UPS’s inside your ATE and those using battery back-up. I will not be discussing redundancy features of some UPS’s.

Dave Baker | July 13, 2016

Designing Rugged Test Systems for the Harshest Environments

When it comes to performing tests and acquiring data in harsh environments, such as in the desert in a Humvee, on an oil rig offshore, or in the cargo compartment of an aircraft or ship, standard test systems just won’t do. Conditions ranging from high temperatures and humidity to intense vibrations and pressures require the use of extremely rugged and portable test systems.

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