Huntron was founded in 1976 with the introduction of the Huntron Tracker, the pioneering troubleshooting tool that uses power-off signature analysis to identify component failures on printed circuit boards. Their instruments allow engineers and technicians to test, diagnose and troubleshoot printed circuit assemblies. Huntron manufactures the popular Huntron Tracker®, Huntron Workstation software and Access Robotic Probers.
Huntron Tracker power-off circuit board test uses analog signature analysis to detect and isolate component faults on boards beyond power-on functional testing. By comparing Tracker signatures from a working circuit board to the signatures of a non-working board, you can troubleshoot down to the component level.
Huntron Access Probers
Huntron offers precision flying probe platforms for automated test applications. Flying Probe technology is used to automate the testing of printed circuit boards (PCB) that would otherwise have to be tested manually. Adding a Huntron Access Prober to your test procedure will significantly decrease test times therefore increasing productivity. Access Probers can accurately place a probe on test points with high accuracy achieved using micro-stepping motors and linear laser encoders. Probing the smallest surface mounted devices is possible. Huntron Access Probers can automate your unique test process using the standard probe or by adding a custom probe of your design.