Flying probe testing is used to test analog components, in analog signature analysis, and testing short/open circuits. It is done without the use of fixtures and is a cost-effective alternative to the “bed-of-nails” testing method to check components. Let’s test your knowledge of Flying probe testing with this quiz!
#1. Flying probe testing is which type of electrical test?
#2. Flying probe is a form of ICT. But what kind of ICT?
#3. Flying probe testing is primarily used for bare board testing and assembled board testing.
#4. Flying probe can be used for:
#5. The camera that is equipped on a flying probe machine expands the list of capabilities available. What is something that the camera can check?
#6. You must have heard the flying probe doesn’t require test points. So how does a flying probe acquire test points?
#7. The maximum applicable voltage with standard isolation resistance measurement is:
#8. In addition to electrical testing, flying probe can implement functional testing as well as AOI testing.
#9. Flying probe makes it much easier to implement changes in features such as in pads or component positions. Why?