Test End Control

The command End. Defines the end of a TCL*, TSL* or ATS* source code. The period (.) behind the command End is part of the command and needs to be inserted in the editor.

 

TCL, TSL and ATS are computer languages, especially developed for the individual WEETECH Test Systems. First and foremost they are description languages for network structures and they contain elements to describe the test procedure [test run].

 

After the actual end of the electrical test but before the end of the test program often other program steps are performed. Here are some examples:

 

  • Via remote control (electrical pulse), the test system initiates the ejection of the unit under test (UUT) (e.g. cable harness) from the adaption.
  • Diagnostics of every single used test point, the generator resp. the adaption to prove the functioning immediately after the test (this could be mandatory according to standards).
  • Logging and transfer of test data to the linked database as it is often required by a certification (e.g. to prepare statistics).
  • Output of the test details, e.g. printout of a label


A compiler translates the source code until the command End. After the command End. only individual information can be added as a comment; no further test step will be executed anymore.

 

*TCL = Test Command Language (e.g. at IVIS 5)
*TSL = Test Script Language (e.g. at IVISion Studio)
*ATS = Advanced Test Script (e.g. at CEETIS)