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Pre-Production Modular Bed of Nails Test Fixure

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Edge Press Technology Tests Multiple Boards in Panelized form

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Six Sided Final Assembly Functional Test Fixtures (showing 5 sided version)

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Pneumatic Bed of Nails Test Fixure

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Electronic Test Equipment Tailor Made for Special Testing needs.

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Process Carrier Pallets Wave Solder or IR Reflow -> Wash -> Test.

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Used- Reconditioned and Used Test EquipmentAll Products

Test Electronics stocks a large resource of used and reconditioned name brand precision measuring equipment familiar to calibration labs worldwide which can fill a large variety of test applications. Test Electronics can in some situations offer significant cost savings on initial costs and maintenance of your test system by developing your test fixture electronics with trusted name brand used test equipment. Name brand used equipment is low cost and easily calibrated and maintained by your favorite calibration facility.  Ask our applications engineers about supporting your test fixture electronics with name brand used equipment. Significant discount will be applied when purchased with a Test Electronics Bed of Nails Test Fixture or Test Equipment.
BK Dynascan 120- Laboratory Volt-Ohm-Milliammeter 1968

25mV to 1000V, 10µA to 0.5A    5Ω to 20MΩ    antiquated

BK Dynascan 120 Laboratory Volt-Ohm-Milliammeter
General Radio 1212A- Unit Null Detector 1957

50Hz to 5MHz    Sensitivity < 40 uV at 1 kHz    antiquated

This 1212A unit null detector is a broadband balance indicator for ac bridge measurements from 50 Hz to 5 MHz. With the 1212-P3 RF Mixer and a local oscillator, its range can be extended to 60 MHz as a hetero dyne detector. The instrument consists of a three-stage, broadband amplifier. Germanium-diode clippers are used between stages to obtain the quasi-logarithmic response. The output meter has a linear scale. Earphone terminals provided. Sensitivity: Less than 40 uV at 1 kHz for 1% of full scale. Power Required: 1203-B (or 1203-B018) Unit Power Supply. Hum and Noise Level: Hum, 20 uV, broadband noise, 30 uV. Input Terminal: Locking CR874 coaxial connector. Accessories Supplied: Power-supply plug.Accessories Available: 1212-P1 and -P2 Filters, 1212-P3 RF Mixer. GR874 patch cords for input connection.
HP 200CD- Wide Range Oscillator 1952

4Hz to 750KHz    Sine Wave Oscillator    antiquated

4Hz to 750KHz sine wave oscillator. Old fashioned vacume tube technology. Very large front panel dial. Currently on a shelf in our reception room for show.
Knight RC-100- Resistance-Capacitance Bridge 1944

10pF up to 5000µF    0.5Ω up to 500MΩ    antiquated

Resistance-Capacitance Bridge are most commonly used as a capacitor tester. The balanced bridge measures capacitance from 10pF up to 5000µF and resistance from 0.5Ω up to 500MΩ. During component value testing, the magic eye tube serves as the null-indicator. When the bridge is far from balanced, the target area of the magic eye tube glows completely closed green, and in fact overlaps. As the pointer dial approaches balance point, first the overlapping disappears and eventually the entire target area of the eye tube is completely open (dark). The bridge is balanced when the maximum dark area is indicated, and you can then read the value of your component on the faceplate scale. The magic eye tube is used for both Leakage testing and component value testing.
Simpson 260- Multimeter 1965

25mV to 1000V, 10µA to 0.5A    5Ω to 20MΩ    antiquated

260 Multimeter TECHNICAL DATA: DC Volts: Sensitivity: 20,000Ω per volt. Range: 0-1-2.5-10-50-250-500-1000V. DC Millivolts Sensitivity: 20,000Ω per volt. Ranges: 0-250mV AC Volts Sensitivity: 5,000Ω per volt. Range: 0-2.5-10-50-250-500-1000V. DC Current Ranges: 0-50 µA, 0-1-10mA, 0-100mA, 0-500mA. MV Drop Approx.: 250mV, 250mV, 280mV, 400mV. Range: 0-10A mV Drop Approx: 250mV. Resistance Ranges: R x 1 0-200Ω 12 ohms Center. R x 100 0-200,000Ω 1,200Ω Center. R x 10,000 0-20MΩ 120,000Ω Center. Accuracy DC Voltage Ranges: 2% of Full Scale. AC Voltage Ranges: 3% of Full Scale. 0-50µA Current Range: 1.5% of Full Scale. 0-1mA to 10A Ranges: 2% of Full Scale. Resistance Ranges: R x 1 (0-2000 O) 2.5° of Arc R x 100 (0-200,000O) 2° of Arc. R x 10,000 (0-20MΩ) 2° of Arc. Accuracies specified are for the 260-SP in a horizontal position. *Responds to the average value of an AC current and is calibrated to indicate the rms value of a pure sine wave.
Tektronix 3A6 - Dual Trace Amplifier 1963

10 MHz    10mV/div to 10V/div in 10 Steps    antiquated

The 3A6 Amplifier is a general-purpose, dual-trace plug-in unit designed for use in the Types 561B, 564B and 565 Oscilloscopes. The Type 3A6 features two separate channels with identical characteristics. It can be operated in any one of five modes for a variety of single and dual-trace displays. Two Type 3A6's can be used for X-Y curve tracing, but without synchronized switching or channel pairing. BANDWIDTH DC to 10Hz at 3dB down. AC-coupled low-frequency response is 2Hz, 0.2Hz with 10X probe. RISETIME Approximately 35ns. DEFLECTION FACTOR 10mV/div to 10V/div in 10 calibrated steps, 1-2-5 sequence; accurate within 3%. Uncalibrated, continuously variable between steps and to approximately 25V/div. INPUT RC 1 megohm paralleled by approximately 47 pf. MAXIMUM INPUT VOLTAGE 600V combined DC + peak AC. OPERATING MODES Channel 1 only (polarity of Channel 1 can be changed to provide 180° inversion); Channel 2 only; Alternate -- Channel 1 and 2 switched electronically on alternate sweeps; Chopped -- successive 4µs (approx) segments of each channel are displayed at an approx. 135KHz rate per channel (chopped transient blanking is provided); Added -- outputs of CHannel 1 and 2 added algebraically. INTERNAL TRIGGER SIGNAL Selectable from the output of Channel 1 only or from the combined output of the unit. Triggering from Channel 1 only permits viewing the true relationship between two signals when operating the unit in either alternate or chopped mode.
Tektronix 3B3 - Time Base 1963

10 MHz    .5us/div to 1s / div in 20 Steps     antiquated

The 3B3 - Time Base Delayed and normal triggering to 10 Mhz. Single sweep operation. Time Base .5us/div to 1s / div in 20 steps. X5 Magnifier. Delay Time .5us/div to 1s / div in 1-2-5 sequence. The Type 3B3 Time Base Unit is a plug-in time base generator designed for use with the Tektronix Types 561A, 561B, RM561A, 564, 567, and RM567 Oscilloscopes. The Type 3B3 provides normal or delayed sweeps at 20 calibrated rates from 0.5 microseconds per division to 1 second per division. In delayed sweep operation, the Type 3B3 gives continuous calibrated sweep delay from 0.5 microsecond to 10 seconds after receipt of a triggering impulse. SWEEP RATES Both normal and delayed sweep rates from 0.5 microsecond per division to 1 second per division in 20 calibrated steps. A variable control provides uncalibrated sweep rates between steps and also extends the slower rate to approximately 2.5 seconds per division. Calibrated sweep rates for both normal and delayed sweeps are typically within 1%, and in all cases within 3% of the TIME/DIV. and DELAY TIME RANGE switch settings. SWEEP MAGNIFICATION The display can be magnified 5 times, extending both the normal and delayed sweep rates to 0.1 microsecond per division. Sweep rate accuracy with the 5X magnificiation remains within 5% of the TIME/DIV. and DELAY TIME RANGE switch settings. SWEEP DELAY The calibrated sweep delay is continuously variable from 0.5 microsecond to 10 seconds. Delay accuracy is 1% of full scale reading, and delay time linearity is within 0.2% of full scale from 5 microseconds to 2 seconds of delay. Time jitter is less than 1 part in 20,000 of the maximum available delay interval. SINGLE SWEEP All modes of operation can be displayed as a single sweep for photographic recording.
Tektronix 561B- Oscilloscope Mainframe 1963

10 MHz    Solid State Design    antiquated

The 561B incorporates the revolutionary new CRT rectangular faceplate allowing a more compact CRT. Mechanically precise ceramic envelop and phosphor side printed face plate graticule markings eliminating parallax errors and allows for better edge illumination. Supports all 2 and 3 series plug-ins. New 3 series plug-ins achieve a higher 10MHz system bandwidth.
TRIPLETT 630-PL-NA- Multimeter 1959

1V to 5KV, 10µA to 10A    5Ω to 100MΩ    antiquated

(description below copied directly from manual July 1959) ACCURACY Your 630-PL is accurate to within 3% of full scale reading on all DC ranges except the 5000 volt range which is within 5%, 4% on all AC ranges except 5000 volts which is 5%, and 3% of the scale length on all resistance ranges. Precision, non-aging resistors insure lasting accuracy. All units are calibrated at 77°F. AC ranges are calibrated on a 60 cycle sine wave. In choosing ranges always endeavor to have the readings fall in the upper (or right hand) half of the scale for greatest accuracy. RANGES The following ranges are self contained in your 630-PL: DC Volts 2.5-10-50-250-1000-5000 at 20,000 Ohms per Volt. AC Volts 0-3-10-50-250-1000-5000 at 5,000 Ohms per Volt. DC Microaxnperes 0-100 at 250 Mv. DC Milliamperes 0-10-100-1000 ot 250 Mv. DC Amperes 0-10 at 250 Mv. Ohms 0-1000-10,000 (4.4-44 at center scale). Megohms 0-1-100. . (4400-440,000 at center scale). Output Volts(AC) 0-3-10-50-250-1000 at 5,000 Ohms per Volt. Decibels -20 to +11, 21, 35, 49, 61, 75 on 600 Ohm line. Your 630-PL is well constructed but like any instrument should be handled carefully. You will also want to keep the panel clean as cleanliness and carefulness go hand in hand.
WESTON MODEL 80- ANALYZER (MULTIMETER) 1950s

100mV to 500V, 100µA to 1A    5Ω to 10MΩ    antiquated

WESTON MODEL 80 ANALYZER (MULTIMETER) were built in the 1950s and called analyzers at that time. Now they are known as multimeters. The D'Arsonval/Weston meter is positioned vertically instead of laying flat horizontally to exemplify their design. Weston created the D'Arsonval movement which used a fine metal spring to give proportional measurement and a built-in permanent field magnets made deflection independent of the position of the meter. These features enabled dispensing with wheatstone bridges, and made measurement quick and easy. By adding a series or shunt resistor, more than one range of voltage or current could be measured with one movement.
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