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MILL CREEK, Wash. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: Huntron Inc. today announced the addition of the Huntron Tracker 3200S, “This Huntron product encompasses our product history, our leadership position with Analog Signature Analysis (ASA) and most importantly product improvements requested by our customers. The Huntron Tracker 3200S also provides a unique bridge from manual based tests to our line of Access Robotic Probers,” says Bill Curry, President at Huntron Inc.

Ensuring test flexibility:

Huntron has pioneered ASA instruments and technology for engineers and technicians, who test, diagnose and troubleshoot electronic printed circuit assemblies. The Huntron 3200S has a valuable set of product features, including the four range selection conventions that were very popular and useful many years ago with the original Huntron Tracker 2000.

The Huntron Tracker 3200S has the most extensive analysis capability and provides a clear path to increased productivity and printed circuit card asset recovery. The Huntron Tracker 3200S is a cost effective approach to shorten repair cycles and enhance conventional test procedures. The benefits are reduced printed circuit card bone piles, support of legacy products that have limited or no documentation, and diagnosing fallout from functional test.

Huntron Tracker 3200S Availability:

Huntron is accepting orders with delivery scheduled first quarter 2015, more information on features, benefits and specifications can be downloaded at .

Huntron, founded in 1976, is a supplier of tools for engineers and technicians. Our products enable physical and virtual access to printed circuit assemblies, helping users find and repair the elusive problems conventional methods often miss.

As density and complexity increase, printed circuit assemblies become tougher for standardized equipment to probe and test. Huntron complements conventional equipment with access and test tools that catch the elusive problems other methods often miss. The keys are physical and virtual access, which translate into meaningful results such as shorter design cycles, improved production yields and lower warranty costs.

Huntron Inc. and Huntron Tracker are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Huntron Inc. in the United States.

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