PCB Engineering and Testing
Laritech has over 15 years experience designing embedded hardware and software with expertise in CAN Bus, RS-232, RS-485, SMS, GPIB, and Ethernet protocols.
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Laritech, Inc. is an engineering driven business that thrives on design of embedded controls, firmware and software. Time has proven that Laritech has the capability and experience to assist you with product development, prototype and eventual production. Since 2001, Laritech Engineering has completed upwards of 400 designs and is capable of engaging at any point in your design cycle. Direct communications with Laritech's engineering staff will enable you to receive Design for Manufacturability data that will assist in making important design decisions as you move forward in product development.
Whether you are in need of new product introduction, redesign, surface mount conversion, or looking for an ally to take over a project that someone else has failed to complete, Laritech can be your design partner every step of the way. We use Altium Designer to provide you with efficient and professional solutions at any stage in the design process, including schematic capture, layout, routing, 3D modeling, and gerber file generation. We are also capable of providing turnkey solutions for your electromechanical design needs. We use Solidworks for 3D CAD modeling and design, which we can seamlessly integrate with your PCB design. For quick-turn mechanical prototypes and fixtures, we have a desktop 3D printer and CNC machine on-site. Once your design is finalized, Laritech can also design and build automated test fixtures that will improve production throughput time and quality.
Laritech specializes in designing with Microchip products. Visit the Microchip Technology web site for more information by clicking here. We use Atmel and Microchip microcontrollers in our 8-bit and 16-bit designs. Our 32-bit embedded designs utilize the ARM architecture. Our embedded software is written in C, but can be written in assembly as needed.