A range of original components can be conveniently attached and connected to each other on test boards according to their target arrangement in the vehicle. This is the perfect way to subject, in particular, the cable harness and ECUs to complex networking and function tests in conjunction with real sensors, actuators and other subsystems. Test boards thus enable flexible tests for series validation – long before tests are possible on real vehicles.
Due to the suitable mechanical construction with variable T-slot profiles, all essential parts of a test board are easily accessible for engineers and testers at any time. Drilled boards allow for the simple, fast and structured mounting of all components. This is how original parts can very easily be substituted by spare parts or simulations at any time – and vice versa.
From test boards for individual control units to function clusters and complete vehicle FMUs – we would be glad to advise you in accordance with your individual tasks, and engineer and design the appropriate test setup.
Due to their small, compact and clear design, the board setups are suitable for tests directly at the desk or workplace. The universal construction (lying, standing) makes the test boards variable and reliable.
The compact tower design requires minimal space and has a variable number of freely assignable compartments.
The mobile board superstructures have an integrated work table, for example to carry out networking and diagnostic tests.
The cabinets and shelves are suitable for storing components and are equipped with individual and 19 inch mounts.
The component carriers made of vertical test boards are suitable for holding control units, actuators and sensors due to their full extensions.
The system setups are suitable for presenting the functionality of components with an attractive appearance.
The vehicle-size 3D test boards are used for simulations and complex networking tests with original components.
These include, for example, measuring adapters and break-out boxes, error and residual bus simulation and much more.