Standard and custom DUT boards route signals from your device to a variety of terminals, plated through holes, or connectors of choice; ideal for debugging, programming, and engineering hand test applications.


All PCBs found in RTI’s test fixtures are designed in-house by RTI PCB layout engineers to ensure 100% compatibility with your devices’ footprint, test application, and performance requirements. Complex DUT boards can include discrete surface mount components and a variety of technical design options including dog bone and blind vias, controlled impedance, matched trace lengths, and more. DUT boards include optional base plates for ease of use on a vacuum chuck or custom mounting features to fit your test configuration

dedicated DUT boards

Dedicated DUT Boards

IC Test sockets mounted to a DUT board route signals out to header banks and up to 4x 100pin Yamaichi cables located on the top and/or bottom of the board. Cutouts in the board and socket base allow the assembly to be inverted while maintaining cable clearance for backside analysis of the device under test.

Universal DUT Boards

Universal DUT Boards

Combine a universal array test socket with customizable banks of connectors, header pins, or terminals and you have a single DUT board capable of testing multiple packages. Reference designators can be silkscreened onto the board and pin maps or templates can be provided at the time of design.

DIY DUT boards

DIY DUT Boards

Self-contained “Build It Yourself” kits expand on the common VECTOR 8029 board and are ideal for prototype/engineering test, allowing you to manually wire signals between components on the vector board to a mating signal of choice on a universal DUT board fitted with a 100pin Yamaichi Connector.

Motherboard daughter card breakout boards

Motherboards & Daughter Cards

Complex RTI DUT boards can be configured for use as motherboard interfaces with the inclusion of a standard or custom pogo pin block, reducing the need to re-spin expensive breakout boards when there’s little variation between each individual DUT footprint. Smaller PCBs fitted with test sockets are designed to mount directly onto your motherboards’ pin block interface. RMC3 and Octopogo series daughter cards satisfy up to 1152 pin count devices as low as 0.25mm pitch.

Failure Analysis Breakout Boards

Low profile heated breakout fixtures for Failure Analysis provide topside and backside access to a DUT with ≤128 pins and are compatible with RTI’s heater blocks and heated lids. This design includes 14 banana jacks, a DB25 connector, and a wiring matrix. It enables any pin of the DUT to be wired to any of the banana jacks (also used to power the DUT) or to any pin on the connector.

Side-by-side adapter board for PGA-625 fixture

Curve Trace DUT Boards

RTI designs and supplies DUT boards for all curve tracer models. Standard designs and configurations vary, depending on your curve tracer’s fixture box interface. We also accommodate specialized applications with custom design and breakout features, extended and/or remote cabled boards. See RTI’s MultiTrace page for more details.

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Robson Technologies, Inc. interconnects, fixtures and systems are carefully designed, manufactured, inspected, and individually tested prior to shipment. In the unlikely case you find a defect in materials or workmanship, we will promptly repair or replace the component.


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