Fundamentals of Building a Test System: System Power Infrastructure

Powering an automated test system, or automated test equipment (ATE), is different from powering the PC and lamp on your desk. Test systems are composed of many heterogeneous internal components, some of which require large amounts of current and power, and these systems are often deployed globally into facilities with differing power sources and quality. Many test system components are sourced from multiple vendors and must be integrated by the test engineers, which complicates matters even more. Choosing the right components and making the right design decisions is much simpler when you follow best practices in power layout and equipment selection. This guide covers test system power planning by listing the steps and considerations for creating a power layout.  

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