Melrose focuses on building long-run business relationships with clients on all core services. And for that, we work side by side for every project closely with an open mind. There is a systematic process we follow once our engineers are entitled to a project. You shall find our process approach in the below section.
Testing the technologies and components used in the application is very crucial. With proper in-house testing capabilities from Melrose, we are capable of meeting applications with high industrial standards. The innovative quality, functionality, circuit, environmental, and life cycle tests help us achieve the trusting tag among our clients.
At Melrose, we employ testing strategies to ensure that quality results are achieved while always being mindful of project milestones and timelines.
Testing techniques followed by Melrose
Membrane switch testing
Various test methods are employed to evaluate the material properties used for constructing membrane switches and keypads.
Accelerated environmental test
Continuous exposure of the test specimen to high relative humidity at an elevated temperature detects the influence of absorption and diffusion of moisture and moisture vapor.
ThermoGravimetric Analysis (TGA)
Measure the change in mass as the test specimen is heated; best method to study decomposition, reaction equilibrium, pyrolysis, oxidation, filler mass, ash percent, metallic residue, and loss of solvents/water/plasticizer during heating or aging.
And more testing on switches like switch-functional performance, high temperature/humidity attesting, and low temperature. We also perform application-specific test methods for best results.
Contact Closure Cycling
Spot Test Method
Contact bounce time
Verify the specified dielectric withstand voltage
Ink or coating adhesion on plastic substrates
Electrical resistivity of a printed conductive material
Bond strength of a Surface Mount Device (SMD)
Non-destructive short circuit testing
Color of a membrane switch backlit
Display & Touch screen testing
The advanced lab facilities help the Melrose team measure the optical characteristics of the display in lighting conditions. Visual defect inspection is yet another test method we follow to ensure the proper functioning of all parts.
The automated feedback test method is employed to check the screen performance and feedback time based on input (touch). We also perform display screen testing using modern screen testers.
To know more, connect with our quality control team.
When Requirements Become Real
Talk with the Melrose engineers to put together a prototype plan that moves your project forward.
Melrose leverages our superior knowledge and resources to get the right solution for your requirements. Call us today to get started.