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If NRG can make sensors go bad in its new test lab, why not test all sensors before they leave NRG?

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Q: If NRG can make sensors go bad in its new test lab, why not test all sensors before they leave NRG? Why continue to ship the current model if there is a test to screen for bad sensors?

 

 

A: The lab test can reproduce the vibratory mode of sensors that have exhibited high scatter in the field, or by intentionally substituting problem parts in a new sensor. However, this test is unable to screen for future problems of normal production sensors.

 

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