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Highly Accelerated Life Testing

Hardening our systems through HALT testing

Introduction to HALT Testing

One of the most critical competition factors in the embedded systems market is the reliability of an embedded application, given that the simplest system failure may stop entire factory assembly lines or put lives at risk. So, embedded computers must be designed against higher quality standards to run continuously for years without fail. Enter HALT testing. This testing protocol utilizes step stress approach in subjecting products to all sorts of progressing stresses, like thermal and vibration. HALT helps to uncover design limitations and weaknesses before they're deployed in the field.

Truly Rugged Embedded Systems

Our products have been subjected to the extreme environments created by HALT testing and excelled in their test scores. For example, the fast temperature cycles, one of the most brutal things you can do to a computer, caused no problems. We have been testing this way since 2006, and have applied everything we learned and applied them to our new designs (as well as made old designs stronger).

Test Results

Spotlight Product. And the award for best standout performance goes to the TS-7680.

The TS-7680 is a small SBC that is designed to provide extreme performance for applications which demand high reliability, fast bootup/startup, and connectivity at low cost and low power, such as those found in the HVAC industry.

Take a look at the TS-7680.

Proven Performance in the Field. Example arctic project that uses sensors to full potential.

Ice911.org deployed the TS-7400-V2 into the extremely unforgiving Arctic to collect invaluable data for scientist to use in order to protect our environment.

Learn more about the autonomous arctic buoy use case.