Electronics

  • Electronics are now a major part of our everyday lives, and we are constantly surrounded with machinery, equipment and appliances - with electronics!

    There are several ways to study electronics:

    • Using X-rays, we may see if there are air pockets in the solder joints 
    • During cleanliness testing, the presence of particles and ions, which can give rise to fault currents and corrosion, is investigated. 
    • By exposure to different environments, we can examine the robustness of the electronics. If your electronics will be set up in a corrosive environment, we can also measure how corrosive that environment is. It could be a swimming pool, a pigpen or e.g. a cardboard box that is used to ship goods from one country to another. 
    • Layer thickness measurements of varnishes, printed conductors, gold pads, etc.
    These methods can be used for input control on electronic parts, which is critical for a given application. The methods can also be used to understand why electronics fail or do not produce the results you expect.

     

     

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