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ETEL, a global supplier of direct drive motion control components and integrated systems, has selected the XJTAG boundary scan development system to debug and test complex printed circuit boards (PCBs) used in its market-leading range of advanced digital motion controllers.
The XJTAG system is being used by engineers at ETEL's 12,000m2 engineering and manufacturing centre in Môtiers, Switzerland, to improve and speed up the process of debugging and testing its PCBs, which contain multiple ball grid array (BGA) devices. The XJTAG system is also being used for production testing by ETEL's contract manufacturing partners.
With subsidiaries throughout Europe and North America, ETEL provides advanced motion control technology to a range of industries from semiconductor and electronics manufacturing to biomedical, machine tools and precision automation. It is the first manufacturer to offer fully digital, interpolated and distributed position control systems for multi-axis, direct drive applications.
Christophe Meier, R&D Engineer at ETEL, said: "The XJTAG system complements our already extensive range of test equipment and will ensure that our products continue to meet our own, and our customers' exacting quality standards."
For more information visit www.xjtag.com.