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1. A flat canopy, as over a bed, throne, pulpit, or tomb.
2. In a church, the same as sounding board.
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We're pleased that ISTQB certified testers also find that certification helps them to gain professional recognition," continued McQuaid.
However, these testers can be used only on flat surfaces for the tester to be positioned correctly.
CheckSum's Analyst testers, including the new Analyst ems+ft and Analyst fcs, offer seamless integration of third-party test solutions, including boundary-scan tools from all the leading suppliers.
The pipe burst testers are said to outperform existing hydrostatic burst testing equipment because of ease of setup, load-and-go programming and remarkable reliability, according to the manufacturer.
1 and the company's patent-pending parallel test bus to offload in-circuit testers and in-line programmers.
Showing on-line inspection systems, including plastic bottle vision inspection systems and SF Flex single- and multiple-station bottle leak testers.
LOS ANGELES -- CheckSum, a leading supplier of circuit-board test and ISP programming systems, today introduced a new in-circuit tester targeted at users of Agilent 3070-series testers who need to increase test capacity.
TensiTech universal testers, single-station testers and multi-station testers are the subject of this six-page, four-color brochure.
For Dynisco, the acquisition significantly broadens the company's materials-testing product line, which already includes melt indexers, capillary rheometers, hottack/heat-seal testers, and other film testing instruments for laboratory and in-process measurement.
This Frost & Sullivan research service titled European Printed Circuit Board Automatic Test Equipment Markets provides an overview of PCB testers such as in-circuit testers (ICT), functional testers, boundary scan testers and manufacturing defect analysers.
The company also provides a variety of testing equipment and instruments to the rubber industry, including densimeters (densitometers), hardness testers (durometers), hysteresis testers, rheometers, tensile testers (for modulus.