Emerging Technologies-LLC

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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Emerging Technologies, LLC. was called upon to generate a functional specification for and develop a high speed data acquisition and control system for a high current test lab. The specifications required the system utilize off-the-shelf technology where possible. The system was required to measure and control events drawing up to 80k amps at up to 800VAC.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC. was called upon to build a duplicate system to one previously provided by Emerging Technologies. Additionally, the system required the integration of a three-phase AC power source for testing three-phase product. The new three-phase panel is mobile for use with the automated test system (via GPIB interface) or elsewhere under manual control.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC. was called upon to develop a functional test system for a medium voltage contactor. The system incorporated a customer-supplied fixture and other hardware. The system test requirements included pickup tests and HiPot test. The provided fixture incorporates two DUT test locations to run pick-up and HiPot tests simultaneously (pick-up test in one location and HiPot test in the other).

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Emerging Technologies, LLC was called upon to develop a test system for a printed circuit board that would be installed in a docking station assembly. The product required automated testing.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC. was called upon to build a duplicate a chassis test system based on an existing customer design currently in use at a different location.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC. was called upon to develop a calibration system based on an existing customer prototype. The system was to calibrate Hall Effect sensors with ranges from 37A to 420A.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC. was called upon to repair and refurbish a pair of existing embedded testers. The existing testers had fallen into disrepair and the original manufacturer of the systems was no longer doing business.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC. was called upon to design and build custom burn-in chassis for circuit board based products. The chassis were to be designed to fit in a 19” rack mounted inside an environmental chamber. Concept to deployment schedule was expected to be short.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC was called upon to design and build two identical custom field module test systems based upon the customer’s existing in house test system.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC was called upon to develop the next generation of Linear – Rotary Durability test System. The system required 12 positions for product testing. Test requirements included insert, rotate, and retract of mating components. Additionally, the system required data acquisition of position and force involved with the operations. The system also needed to allow the operator to train the system for independent movements for each of the 12 test positions. Product testing was to be performed inside an environmental chamber, thus requiring the mobile carts incorporate the chamber interface.

 

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Emerging Technologies, LLC. was called upon to design and build a functional test system with a tilting fixture. Cost was to be kept down by designing a manually operated system with the capability to be automated in the future.

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Emerging Technologies, LLC. was called upon to design and build an automated assembly cart. The cart design was to include the ability to rotate clockwise and counter clockwise, as well as raise and lower to accommodate different product models and operator height and working preferences.

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