This "drop tester" imposes shock impulses of controlled amplitude and duration. Peak values can be as high as 100,000 g, with durations as short as 0.05 ms. A typical test condition for drop testing of electronic assemblies is a half-sine impulse of 1500 g for 0.5 ms. The machine provides continuity monitoring at nanosecond resolution in accordance with testing standards and industry practices. A smaller, Research Ops-built drop tower is also available.
Features: • Virtual Rescanning Mode (VRM)™ stores comprehensive data and enables you to perform a complete analysis of a sample, even when it is no longer available • TurboSpeed™ provides faster imaging speeds at high frequencies with up to 2.5X increased image acquisition speed with high pixel densities • Digital Image Analysis (DIA)™ uses advanced algorithms to quantify the acoustic data and allows you to set accurate, automatic, accept/reject criteria • ESD safe and Clean Room ready • Open access scanning area makes loading and unloading easy and is capable of scanning two JEDEC trays or
Laser glass processing is increasingly being utilized as various consumer electronics, such as television, mobile/smart phones, and GPS devices gain in popularity. Motivating factors include reduced cost through yield and device enhancement through laser-enabled processes.
Series 6890/5973 Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry Hewlett-Packard’s GCMS (6890/5973) is a state-of-the-art instrument capable of separating, identifying and quantifying compounds in complex mixture by gas chromatography and mass spectrometry. This particular instrument is used to separate and identify molecules in the range of 0-800 amu.
Series 1100 High Performance Liquid Chromatograph (HPLC)
The Agilent 1100 Series HPLC consists of a Diode-Array Detector (DAD), Fluorescence Detector (FLD), Fraction Collector, Quaternary Pump, Autosampler, Thermostatted Column Compartment, and Vacuum Degasser.
TriboIndenter (Nanomechanical Test Apparatus) Hysitron’s TriboIndenter is capable of performing automated nanomechanical tests on a wide range of materials including thin films and coatings. Elastic modulus, hardness, storage and loss modulus, delamination force, and coefficient of friction are some of the properties that can be determined using the TriboIndenter. In-situ Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM) can also be performed with nanometer resolution.
Infiniium oscilloscopes provide the high performance specifications and features you need for today’s demanding jobs. With bandwidths up to 2.25 GHz, sample rates up to 8 GSa/s, and probes with up to 4 GHz bandwidths, Infiniium can view your fastest signals. Powerful triggering and analysis make it easy to capture and analyze your waveforms. Display and math features, such as color-grade persistence and histograms, let you easily view and isolate signal problems.