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-55°C Electrical Testing from Integra

Posted by Susan Campbell on Sep 26, 2018 9:32:07 AM

thermostream1Integra Technologies uses its advanced automated test equipment (ATE) for the purpose of testing at -55°C and beyond. In support of extended temperature testing, we have 35+ ATEs to support the test program development and testing of EEE components. Our successful track record for software development and electrical testing is largely due to:

  • Extensive experience in characterizing  and testing  EEE devices at -55°C and below. This includes Discrete, Passives, Linear, Memory, FPGA, SERDES, Microcontrollers, A/D, D/A, Connectors, Relays, Inductors and Magnetics.
  • Utilizing the largest on-site Test Engineering team, among all test labs worldwide, to develop software and hardware for the extended temperature testing and characterization
  • Integra’s -55°C test strategy includes using one of  our many precision ‘Thermal Temperature Forcing’ units in conjunction with our advanced ATEs. Our  temperature forcing units are testing from -75°C to +200°C.
  • Our custom DUT (Device Under Test)  temperature monitoring process includes
    • Continuous monitoring of temperature at the DUT level for compliance to maintain the target temperature. 
    • Temperature guard-band to account for temperature gradient across the measurement area
    • Calculated temperature ramp rates and soak times to achieve junction temperatureequilibrium using actual packaged devices
    • Precision temperature monitoring thermocouples used to insure highest integrity of test temperature assurance to specification
    • Controlled anti-ESD environment within the Thermal Temperature Forcing units
  • Our cold temperature process has been audited by DLA for compliance
  • High volume cold temperature testing using cold temperature handlers
  • We test both packaged and wafer level cold temperature testing
  • Thousands of lots of historical data running -55°C testing
  • Extensive work with cold temperature storage or cold temperature life test followed by cold temperature electrical testing

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