Parameterization of the test sequence.
Adapting and configuring test sequences.
Planning individual special tests.
A simple example is the testing of extractor hoods. It is about the correlation between chamber pressure and ambient pressure as well as the volume flow resulting specifically for the test item. The corresponding measuring points are defined in a test plan. These are automatically adjusted during the test sequence via the system control in order to determine the correlation between pressure and flow.
A more complex example is the test plan with test steps for the endurance test of the gas valve test bench.