DTU Adopts Micromanipulator’s System Level Probing Capabilities for Internet of Things Development

angled-2210-with-temperature-box_0Micromanipulator (Carson City, Nevada, USA) and the Department of Electrical Engineering at the Technical University of Denmark – DTU Electrical Engineering – announced today that DTU Electrical Engineering has adopted Micromanipulators latest system level probing technology, the model 2210-LS system level   prober. DTU Electrical Engineering has installed their first 2210-LS at their Lyngby DTU campus, Denmark. The system level probe station will be used by DTU Electrical Engineering for research in integrated circuit design, integrated power electronics and signal conditioning electronics.

Clint Waggoner of Micromanipulator said in a statement “Everyday life is increasingly impacted by the Internet of Things and electrotechnologies that enable it.  We are pleased to provide our unique 2210-LS system level testing capabilities to DTU Electrical Engineering, allowing them to lead in the development of electrotechnologies that affect IOT deployment. The 2210-LS capabilities are being adopted at a critical time in the industry when true system level probing is becoming mission critical for our customers worldwide”.

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