TouchView® Data Reporting System (TDRS)
innovative products that CAM Graphics manufactures are tested and
certified using one of the most advanced test systems in the interface
device industry. The TouchView® Data Reporting System (TDRS) is a fully
automated test system which provides complete testing capabilities that
are unmatched by any other test system currently available on the
market. The TDRS was developed by CAM Graphics to revolutionize the way
device functional performance is measured and recorded to not only
provide our QA and Engineering departments with complete end-of-line
production test data, but also make product functional performance reports available to our customers.
TouchView® Data Reporting System enables CAM Graphics to achieve
reliable production testing and analysis of all types of interface
technologies including touch
screens, keypads, flex circuits, PCBs, membrane switches, and integrated interface assemblies.
The functional, electrical, and mechanical requirements are tested and
verified, and the resulting test data is automatically recorded in a
Microsoft SQL Server database, which can later be retrieved for any
product identification including the optional bar-coded serial number.
After end-of-line production testing the TouchView® Data Reporting
System automatically generates reports which include all functional
performance test data and quality assurance certification data for the
entire lot. The TouchView® Data Reporting System can automatically
email the test report to the customer via its built in TCP/IP
communication features or print out a paper copy to be included with
each product shipment.
the extensive capabilities made available by our TouchView® Data
Reporting System, we can offer functional performance test data for a
wide range of interface products that we produce and integrate at our
Long Island, New York facility. The test algorithms used by the
TouchView® Data Reporting System were developed by our on-staff
engineers to incorporate some of the most advanced testing methods in
the interface device industry. The built-in machine vision system is
able to learn new products quickly, and perform testing on a variety of
display parameters – brightness, contrast ratio, intensity, grayscale,
dead pixel, over-saturation, display uniformity, and viewing angle.
testing 4-wire, 5-wire, and 8-wire touch screens, the TouchView® Data
Reporting System tests touch screen accuracy and linearity, electrical
impedance, and actuation force. Accuracy and linearity testing is
performed at a programmable number of locations in the active area to
allow for any required level of testing for critical end applications
including medical and military applications. For more information on
the extensive capabilities CAM Graphics can offer, feel free to contact our sales office.