CAMI Increases Production Capacity for Developing Automation-Ready Cable and Harness Testers

CAMI Increases Production Capacity for Developing Automation-Ready Cable and Harness Testers

2021 Delivers Sales Record

 

CAMI Research Inc.  (Acton, MA), has extended their production facility by adding 2000 sq ft of new production space for manufacture of their innovative CableEye® wiring test systems.

Despite the pandemic, 2021 sales were the highest ever for CAMI. CAMI is an essential manufacturer in the supply chain for defense and medical industries, so all areas of the business have remained operational through the pandemic.

The company has been a leader in innovating highly configurable test solutions for simple and complex multiconductor cables and harnesses for nearly thirty years. CAMI provides these advanced wiring analyzers and guided assembly systems to discerning global customers who require accurate and dependable assembly and testing in order to deliver top quality product. Systems are used for countless test applications of products destined for Transportation, Aerospace, Energy, Appliances, Medical Devices, Defense, Robotics, Telecom and much more. Trusted by industry leaders such as CERN, Ford, GE, Hitachi, NASA, Abbott, TESLA, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Airborn, Furukawa, TE Connectivity, and the Nobel prize-winning group, LIGO, thousands of test systems have shipped globally over the years.

The Production View for Pass/Fail checks while running an automated test is shown in the screenshot (Fig. 1). Displayed on any sized screen you desire, the color-coded graphic-rich display provides clarity and, at the click of a button, you may visualize the wiring schematically or by netlist. Components are automatically detected and displayed (including Diode orientation), wiring faults are color-coded, and full measurement data is provided for every pin-to-pin connection. Another click provides a detailed customizable report, complete with wiring schematic and netlist, for your own records or for your customer. A short (red) is clearly identified in this screenshot, and both audio and visual signals indicated the harness test has failed.

Figure 1.The Production View for Pass/Fail Checks 

Learn about the advantages of CAMI and CableEye equipment at the EWPTE show in Milwaukee (Booth 1505). Ask a CAMI representative how to win $500 in CableEye accessories.

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