• Using a HAT Text File to Create a Workstation Test

    A feature in Huntron Workstation allows you to use a text file to create a test. A “Huntron ASCII Text” or HAT file can be created externally from Huntron Workstation and then imported to create Components in the Tree pane. This feature can be very useful to users who do not have access to Huntron […]

  • Huntron Remote Control

    What is it and why you need it! Huntron Workstation includes a feature called Remote Control that allows you to control the software from your own custom application. This opens up the possibility for you to use the power of Huntron Workstation and an Access Prober to automate your electronic test process. Huntron Workstation already […]

  • MITAS Hanoi to represent Huntron in Vietnam

    Everyone at Huntron would like to take this opportunity to welcome MITAS Hanoi as the exclusive distributor of Huntron products in Vietnam. MITAS is one of Vietnam’s leading technology companies, specializing in providing technological solutions and scientific and technical equipment in National Defense, Industry, Scientific Research and Training. Please join us in welcoming MITAS Hanoi […]

  • Comparing a Huntron Tracker and Multimeter

    Technology is rapidly changing our world. Electrical and electronic circuitry seem to encapsulate everything and continue to get more complex and smaller in size. This means PCBs are more complicated to repair. Manufacturing mistakes and component failures have become a fact of life. The repair of PCB assemblies can seem intimidating but understanding how to […]

  • Combined Test Solutions (CTS)

    CTS to represent Huntron in the UK Huntron would like to announce that Combined Test Solutions (CTS) will be the official representative for Huntron products in the United Kingdom and Ireland. CTS is a long established and experienced UK provider and distributor of test equipment that has been in business for 30 years, delivering a […]

  • Testing Conformal Coated PCBs with a Huntron Access Prober

    The latest video on the Huntron YouTube channel discusses testing conformal coated PCBs with the Huntron Access Prober. One of the toughest challenges when testing printed circuit boards with protective coatings is penetrating the coating to make good contact with the test point. Achieving good contact is necessary when capturing a test measurement you can […]

  • Locate Short Circuits using a Milliohmmeter

    Huntron Automates Short Circuit Location Huntron Technical Support ran some experiments to locate short circuits on printed circuit boards (PCB) recently. The process included a B&K Precision 2841 Milliohm meter connected to a Huntron Access DH2 dual head Prober. The Access DH2 automated the placing of the test probes on PCB components. We created Huntron […]

  • Share your Huntron Experience

    We want to hear from Huntron users about how you use your Huntron system. We are looking for concise and informative testimonials that describe how you use Huntron equipment in your testing environment. Share what your company does and what your testing needs require along with a brief description of how Huntron fits into your […]

  • Manual versus Automated PCB Testing

    Huntron has been making the Huntron Tracker for 45 years and flying probers to automate electronic test processes for 30 years. Trackers have traditionally used manual probes to interface to test points on printed circuit boards (PCB). Because of the growth of surface mounted electronic devices (SMD), we introduced our first robotic flying prober in […]

  • Service for Electric Vehicle Electronics

    Electric vehicles (EVs) are starting to make up a considerable share of the new vehicle market. There are definite performance and environmental advantages to EVs over vehicles powered by fossil fuels. That being said, support and maintenance for EVs or more specifically the service for electric vehicle electronics is still developing into a mature infrastructure. […]