What is Go/No-Go Test

By Bester PCBA

Last Updated: 2024-01-02

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What is Go/No-Go Test

A Go/No-Go Test is a simple functional testing process used to determine the final functionality of finished PCBs. This test is conducted to verify whether the product operates correctly or not, enabling the team to make a “go or no-go” decision regarding the PCBs. By subjecting the PCBs to this test, manufacturers can ensure that they meet the required specifications and perform as intended. The primary objective of the Go/No-Go Test is to identify any potential defects or issues that may impact the performance or reliability of the PCBs. This helps in ensuring that only PCBs that meet the desired criteria are approved for further use or shipment, while those that fail to meet the criteria are rejected or sent for further troubleshooting and repair.

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