Testing & Control

INELSO designs, develops and validates test methods for its clients using market hardware and software standards and also specific standards. It is able to offer the most suitable solutions for the requirement by intervening from the phase upstream of the design up to production under client specifications.  

The control methods:

Visual inspection

  • In accordance with IPC-A610- Class 2 or 3.
  • Internal training for team. 

2D and 3D Screen printing inspection

Quality control of the deposit of brazing cream on line on all the boards, with volumetric measurement on 100% of the contacts for critical products, etc.

AOI: Automatic optical inspection

Used mainly for process control and is part of the test strategy in addition to electrical tests.

BST: Boundary scan testing

Boundary Scan Test (known as JTAG)
Applied as an addition to or replacement when the density or type of the product does not allow test benches to be put in place, and is also used to perform software download operations.

FCT: Functional testing

Tests dedicated to the product, which should cover the operation of functional blocks by measurement of characteristics or scenarios, performed at ambient temperature or vibration (Screening) by putting in place specific instrumentation depending on the technologies to be tested (RF, Power, etc.), and the particular management protocols (communications, test application embedded in the product).

Wiring tests

Test dedicated to the products being mainly made up of connectors or wired connections (back panel, rack, box, bundles) and is performed by a specialized automatic tester ensuring the conformity of the wiring, insulation and continuity.

Safety and conformity tests

Dedicated resources performing the tests required by the standards concerned by the low voltage directive or relating to the product specification: Dielectric rigidity, insulation, continuity of earths, measurement of leakage current. 

Other specific tests

Temperature, vibration are used depending on the expressed specific feature, etc.