Automated hardware test [closed]

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I am in charge of testing an electronic device which is composed of 3 PCB cards, each card has its function.

  1. Inputs (all or nothing relay)
  2. Outputs (all or nothing relay)
  3. Power supply)

Thee objective is to test each card and say if it is successful or not.

Manually testing all this is quite simple but I prefer to make a simple test bench for this. What do you advise me to do as a configuration?

Do you see any sources on the internet?




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  • Any photo will be appreciated. – tlfong01 2 hours ago  
  • 1@tlfong01 photo of what ? – Akram Abbassi 2 hours ago
  • of showing your PCB being 10 inches by 20 inches, powered by 1,000V etc. – tlfong01 2 hours ago  
  • Please edit the question to limit it to a specific problem with enough detail to identify an adequate answer. – CommunityBot 2 hours ago
  • 1@tlfong01 the product is supplied with 24V, i still didn’t see the product – Akram Abbassi 2 hours ago
  • I see. So it is a product of the future.. – tlfong01 2 hours ago  
  • An automated testbench consists of a bunch of I/O pins connected to all the relevant parts of the device under test, in an easily removable way to enable swapping of devices under test, and a small computer which cycles through all the scenarios that need to be tested and raises a warning if something doesn’t match up. This shouldn’t be difficult to rig up. Is there any specific aspect you are seeking advice about? – user253751 33 mins ago

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