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In-circuit test (ICT) is an example of white box testing where an electrical probe tests a populated printed circuit board, checking for shorts, opens, resistance, capacitance, and other basic quantities which will show whether the assembly was correctly fabricated. It may be performed with a bed of nails type test fixture and specialist test equipment, or with a fixtureless in-circuit test setup.

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The Cost-saving and Efficienct PCB Testing
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PN5019-PR-240A “mini-pad” version of Keystone Electronics’ test points offers a cost-saving, safe option to printed-circuit board (PCB) testing. Its symmetrical flat-wire design enables high-strength, test-point-to-PCB bonding with a minimal footprint. The SMT test point accepts a variety of gripping probes to replace wire-wrap posts and turret terminals, suiting it for testing circuitry of high-density PCB packages. Manufactured from phosphor bronze and silver plate, it can accommodate both lead-free solder and traditional reflow processing. Packaging is tape and reel. The device is compatible with most vacuum and mechanical pick-and-place assembly systems.
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