Emerging Technologies-LLC

Emerging Technologies, LLC. was requested to design and build an automated compressor test system for pressure, flow, power and speed that included an integral synchronized burn-in routine. The system automatically controls back pressure to 100PSIG at flowrates of air up to 1.75 SCFM.

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 Emerging Technologies, LLC was called upon to design and build a custom Automated Partial Discharge & Dielectric Test System for testing multiple customer product at one time. The system was required to accommodate hundreds of variations of product for testing.

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Emerging Technologies was called upon to develop and deploy two complete functional test lines for high voltage and high current testing of power industry products. The two lines were designed to be functional duplicates. Significant challenges included development of custom current sources, Faraday cages, high voltage switches, as well as a significant volume of functional tests at two separate test stations per line. Additionally the DUT’s required a five section semi-automatic conveyor system to move the heavy product through the test stations. The customer provided an RFQ and multiple test specifications as the basis for the design.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC. was called upon to build an automated recloser control test system based on an existing customer design. The new system was required to add capacity along with existing systems.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC. was called upon to design and build an End Of Line test system with laser marking. The DUT was to be configured, tested, and marked.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC was called upon to design and build a custom High Voltage Conditioning and Test System incorporating a customer provided DUT fixture and safe room. The system was to verify the DUT to be correctly manufactured and provide a high voltage burn period to condition the DUT for use in the next phase of manufacturing of the final product.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC was called upon to develop a custom DC Power Cycling System to implement many cycles of, power up and power down, of multiple DC power based DUTs. The fixture was to be operated for extended period durability tests.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC was called upon to evolve an existing design, fabricate, assemble, and wire a custom test system to customer provided specification. The system was to be a near duplicate of an existing system, but include updates to the electrical design for control power interlocking and operator safety.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC was called upon to design and build a custom Pad Mount Switchgear Test System incorporating a customer provided manual TCC tester. The system was to further automate the testing process by adding additional functionality over the existing test system and enhance operator safety features and current accuracy.

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Emerging Technologies was called upon to upgrade an existing Partial Discharge Test Booth for Medium Voltage Products.  The upgrade was requested to improve throughput, reduce downtime, and migrate to newer technology hardware and software.

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Emerging Technologies was called upon to develop a multi-product custom pump test system for the functional test of fractional horsepower compressor pumps.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC. was called upon to provide a replacement Partial Discharge Test System. The system was to be designed for testing up to 70KV with partial discharge testing up to 26KV. The new system was to test multiple DUTs simultaneously vs. a single DUT.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC. was called upon to develop a custom Compressor Test System for functional test of a small battery operated compressor unit.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC was called upon, to take an existing ET designed custom simulator and re-design it to support additional simulation features.

 

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Emerging Technologies, LLC was called upon to re-deploy a custom test analysis program for high speed data acquisition using Python.

 

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Emerging Technologies, LLC was called upon to develop a custom durability test system to create many cycles of, manually adjustable deflection, of multiple plastic parts. The fixture was to be operated while submerged in a chilled water tank. The system was to be kept as rudimentary as possible and was to be used for a single two week durability test.

 

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Emerging Technologies, LLC. was called upon to design and build a custom control console to control a medium voltage test system. The power system and DUT Fixturing was provided by the customer

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Emerging Technologies, LLC. was called upon to develop a stand alone, portable test system for a pcb-based sub-assembly.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC. was called upon to develop a 320-channel data acquisition system for an accelerated life cycle test system. The specification called for an accurate, noise immune, easy to configure system. Additionally, the system needed to support the future addition of more channels.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC. was called upon to design and build an Electro-mechanical Sub-assembly Test System capable of testing eight separate units simultaneously and independently.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC. was called upon to manufacture an end of line functional test system for an air flow and pressure based product.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC. was called upon to develop an embedded functional test system for a multi-speed cooling fan sub-assembly.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC. was called upon to develop a test system for a line of cover control sub-assemblies. Sensing color, intensity, and blink of LEDs was required.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC. was called upon to develop a test system for a motor field control module. The customer requested a stand-alone, non-PC based system. The test requires up to 600Vdc at up to 42 amps into a resistive/reactive load. Special custom signal generation, including configurable PWM, was required. Additionally, a manual test mode was required.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC. was called upon to build a manual version of an automated test system control console previously provided by Emerging Technologies. The new system was to be built at a reduced cost by reducing size and automation components. The majority of the functionality would remain through manual operations and the connection of a notebook computer provided by the customer. The power system and DUT fixture were provided by the customer.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC. was called upon to develop and build a pair of functional test systems for a new addition to an existing line of automatic transfer switches including single phase and three phase units. Additionally, the customer required the new systems be backwards compatible with existing products.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC. was called upon to develop a test system for electrically operated air pressure based products. The new system was to be based on an existing system re-using some of the existing components. New components were used where higher accuracies were required. Additionally, the new system was expected use a smaller enclosure requiring less space in the lab.

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