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Going deeper into (semi)automated test rigs
« on: November 18, 2011, 01:28:52 pm »
My new suggestion for future video is going further into building or using test rigs like this "probe" for testing resistors in #215.

I've imagined a situation where someone builds some analog device and wants it tested for example over some large range of frequencies, with a lot different settings or in some other conditions that would require hours of manual work. A lot of lab equipment has some ways of automating them, like those GPIB ports in almost every older bench device, I've did some research on them and they have a lot of functionality. But this is just an example, I don't know if those are worth using today.

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