6 Aug 2015 shimniok   » (Journeyer)

Automated OLED Test Jig: eeZee MicroSD

How does one test boards one sells on Tindie?

With a fancy-pants, standalone, OLED-equipped, high-zoot test jig, of course.

At least, that's what I built for testing my eeZee MicroSD boards. They're microSD breakouts for breadboard Arduinos. They've got the microSD socket plus 3.3V regulator, level-shifter IC, and various passives.


The test jig features an Arduino on the top of a two-layer permanent breadboard apparatus. Power is supplied by convenient USB connector. I manually place the board onto good ol' pogo pins soldered into the D10-D13 positions (plus power and ground).


A red and a green LED indicates overall status, while the Digole Serial OLED displays pass/fail status for each of the tests: initializing the card, creating a file, and removing a file, with an overall board status.

The test takes just a few hundred milliseconds to complete. The test jig is ready to go at any time. Just plug in a USB cable for power I can run through dozens of boards in a few minutes.

Here's the source code for the test jig: TestJig.ino

Syndicated 2015-08-06 14:30:00 from Michael Shimniok

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