1. Complex Electronic Product Design and Prototyping
        237 East Main St. Gloucester, MA   01930
        Phone: 978-219-9009
        Email: designinfo@henning-eng.com

        We design, build, and seamlessly integrate electronic, electro-mechanical, and
        opto-mechanical hardware

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        LED Test Fixtures

        The following pictures are of LED test fixtures and contactors for making electrical contact to LEDs designed by Henning Engineering.   These are good examples of the skill and attention to detail that we can apply to your application.   LED test fixture design requires good electro-mechanical design skills as well as some knowledge of optics.   All of the fixtures shown are designed to be interfaced to an integrating sphere and are custom designed to be used with high current large die LEDs.   The fixtures are capable of forward currents in the range of 5A up to 40A.   Making reliable contact at these currents while also keeping the emitting surface unobstructed required some very low profile high current connection schemes.  

        Test fixture for testing high forward current LEDs

        Test fixture for testing high current LEDs.   Fixture is water cooled and can test up to 40A of forward current

        TEST fixture for testing LEDs

        Test fixture for testing smaller surface mount LEDs.

        TEST fixture for testing LEDs

        Close up view of test fixture for testing surface mount LEDs.

        High current manual connector for testing LEDs

        Special high current manual "clip" connector for making electrical contact while testing high current LEDs.   Connector has both force and sense contacts.

        Automated probe connector for testing LEDs

        Automated probe contactor for making contact with connector on the LED package.

        Automated probe connector for testing LEDs

        Side view of  probe contactor.

        Automated probe connector for testing LEDs

        Solidworks assembly of the probe contactor.