ITRI can carry out non-destructive testing of assembled circuit boards as part of a development process, or as an ongoing PCB quality control process.
Whether you are adjusting the configuration of an existing printed circuit board (PCB), or developing a brand new one, you need to be certain that it will perform throughout the anticipated life of the product in which the PCB will be used. Accelerated life testing can enable you to do this.
However, you also need to verify at an early stage that the design works well in the manufacturing process. Our non-destructive PCB quality control testing services can catch potential problems at an early stage.
For example, use of Optical Microscopy can identify defects and confirm a product conforms to the IPC-A-610 standard.
We encourage our customers to have access to the laboratory and to work closely with us in any PCB (printed circuit board) study or investigation. On completion of the work we issue a comprehensive and confidential report.
Our team of electronics experts is supported by a well-equipped chemical and metallurgical analysis laboratory. This allows PCB quality control projects to be completed at one facility through a single point of contact.
We would be delighted to show you around our UK lab facilities and in particular, how we carry out PCB printed circuit board quality control testing.