TRI unveils new Multi-Core ICT Solution for LED Lighting


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Celebrating its 30 years of Innovation, Test Research, Inc., is proud to present the TR5001 SII LED Series. The TR5001 SII LED Series is TRI's latest ICT+FCT innovation dedicated to LED lighting Tests.

The ICT+FCT solution offers advanced performance Multi-Core Parallel testing with up to 4 independent cores, and durable Quick Disconnection Interface (QDI) together with built-in auto-calibration and self-diagnostics ensure long-term testing reliability. Among its many innovative features, the TR5001 SII LED Series introduces an all-new LED Analyzer, which offers multiple simultaneous LED testing for Color and Brightness, for up to 1080 LED channels.

The rapid surge of emerging LED markets such as the Automotive raises the demand for faster and more accurate testing alternatives. The TR5001 SII LED Series reduces the workload of operators by reducing operators’ re-inspection. The cost of New Product Development and Introduction will significantly decrease because of how flexible and cost-effective the deployment of test programs and fixtures are.

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