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Upgraded test engineering laboratory in Den Bosch

17 June 2014

TE Connectivity (TE) has reopened its upgraded Test Engineering Laboratory in Den Bosch, The Netherlands. A key function of the new facility is to support development engineering groups through product testing in all phases of the development process – from concept to final qualification.

Applying its knowledge of connectivity technology and relevant test procedures, TE’s test engineers are able to assist in the definition of product specifications. 

In addition, the new laboratory will conduct the necessary environmental, mechanical and electrical measurements to verify prototypes and validate final products. Customers using this facility will also benefit from the company’s knowledge and competence in investigating manufacturing issues.

The facility now provides capability for a broad spectrum of operations including cross-sectioning, thermal characterisation, vibration and shock resistance tests, material analysis, chemical resistance assessment, reflow soldering, ingress protection testing and signal integrity measurement. 

The lab also provides various types of engineering support and consultancy on issues such as specifications, standards, design and customer issues. It can carry out SEM analysis and provide assistance with Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (FMEA) and develop software for test methods. If necessary, it can cooperate with external technology centers. Laboratory staff sits on various IEC standardization committees and also on the TE Global Test Council. 


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