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    Test for microcontrollers and boards

    I got a new job and I have to make a jig to test the boards of my company, in this board are 1 Atmega microcontroller and read current and tension of three phases, after this read have to turn on the relay, I want to know how to stress the microcontroller and board enough to know they are good and not too far to not damage both and have someone developer another system to test others boards?

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    What is your microcontroller model?

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    I think you need to find a soldering iron.

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    Did you specify whether you will have to check if the boards work on the computer or separately? It seems to me that this is very important when developing such a device.
    My brother knows more about hardware. I remember that he told me about the stress when checking the operation of any part. The most important thing is to find out whether current is passing through the device. Based on this information, you can do.
    Unfortunately, I can't help you with anything else, since I work weekend jobs myself. I haven't had any experience with computer repair or automation for a long time.

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