Robson Technologies Inc.

Burn-In and Test Sockets feature clam-shell lid design.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Burn-In and Test Sockets feature clam-shell lid design.

Suitable for most any package type, Burn-In and Test Sockets feature floating Z-axis pressure plate that allows for tolerances in package thickness. Sockets use flat pin technology for 0.4 mm, 0.5 mm, and larger pitch devices. Highest performance pin provides bandwidth up to 30 GHz at -1 db with current capacity of 3.0 A. Built with plastic and aluminum, machined semi-custom pogo pin sockets have...

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Medical Device Tester holds internal temperature of 98.6°F.
Architectural & Civil Engineering Products

Medical Device Tester holds internal temperature of 98.6°F.

The Phoenix maintains internal ambient temperature around 98.6°F ±0.5°F for testing implantable medical devices, and use of conduction and convection allow it to go as high as 110°F. Chassis uses 3 separate compartments to isolate driving circuitry, heating element, and device under test, and integrated temperature controller provides way to set and monitor internal...

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Burn-In and Test Sockets feature clam-shell lid design.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Burn-In and Test Sockets feature clam-shell lid design.

Suitable for most any package type, Burn-In and Test Sockets feature floating Z-axis pressure plate that allows for tolerances in package thickness. Sockets use flat pin technology for 0.4 mm, 0.5 mm, and larger pitch devices. Highest performance pin provides bandwidth up to 30 GHz at -1 db with current capacity of 3.0 A. Built with plastic and aluminum, machined semi-custom pogo pin sockets have...

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Mergers & Acquisitions

RTI Notice Of Acquisition - Ultratest International

Robson Technologies, Inc. (RTI) announces the purchase of the exclusive manufacturing and sales rights for UltraTest International's (UTI) curve trace test systems. The purchase includes UTI's complete product line, including the MegaTrace, AutoTrace, and MultiTrace products. RTI, founded in 1989, is a major supplier of test sockets and test fixtures for semiconductors, modules, and small printed...

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Medical Device Tester holds internal temperature of 98.6°F.
Architectural & Civil Engineering Products

Medical Device Tester holds internal temperature of 98.6°F.

The Phoenix maintains internal ambient temperature around 98.6°F ±0.5°F for testing implantable medical devices, and use of conduction and convection allow it to go as high as 110°F. Chassis uses 3 separate compartments to isolate driving circuitry, heating element, and device under test, and integrated temperature controller provides way to set and monitor internal...

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