Horizon Sales Represents CheckSum Parallel Test Systems


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Horizon Sales is pleased to announce that it has added CheckSum as its newest line. For more than 30 years, CheckSum has been developing technologies to make board test more accurate, reliable and efficient. Horizon Sales will represent CheckSum throughout Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Western Pennsylvania, Illinois, Eastern Iowa, Wisconsin and Florida. 

CheckSum serves the global electronics industry with the fastest parallel test systems that support: In-Circuit Test (ICT), In-System Programming (ISP) and Parallel Functional Test (PFT). The company’s test systems can be easily configured as a stand-alone or in-line test platform to support any production requirement. A full turnkey solution provider, CheckSum provides its own test fixtures, programs and support.

“As an established supplier into this important market, the experienced team at Horizon brings the right mix of technical and industry knowledge,” said James Holava Director of Global Sales at CheckSum. “This insight will help them in providing high value engagement with customers who are interested in evaluating parallel test to optimize their test operations.”

With thousands of test systems installed globally, CheckSum is relied on by major electronics manufacturers to deliver value by reducing test times with parallel test systems that combine in-circuit test, in-system programming and functional test.

 

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