Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 09 15:10:08 EST 2007 | oldsmtdude
Simple question... Not so simple answer. It depends largely on process spec and honesty of the people running the test. Most will jump to throw out the flyers as "special cause". So if you didn't set the spec and didn't witness the run and measu
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 04 12:22:07 EDT 2001 | davef
Several points: * Consider that your Cpk is probably different for both placing large and small components. * Probably your routine placement rate SB the speed you use to monitor the accuracy of your process. * Some people use a calibrated glass test
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 27 16:54:46 EDT 2006 | pjc
In-Circuit test, or ICT, is the most common method of electrical test for an assembled PCB. It is the most comprehensive and accurate method to ensure that both the PWB and components are working to specification. Not all components however can be el
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 04 12:48:34 EST 2006 | pjc
In-Circuit Test is the best method for ensuring solder joint connections. It is a much more reliable than AOI. An ICT machine can ensure solder connections are made for array package devices such as BGA, PGA, etc... AOI is best for component I.D.- is
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 26 08:41:56 EDT 2004 | Bob R.
When we first got into BGAs on ENIG we were getting joint cracking at in-circuit test. The joints were breaking in the Sn-Ni intermetallic. We did a lot of pull testing while working with our board suppliers and our conclusion was that pull testing
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 21 02:20:17 EST 2021 | baldoino
We own 42 used Agilent HP 3070 incircuit test adapters (mixed versions single and double sized). How can I offer them for potential buyers?
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 28 13:41:19 EDT 1999 | mike weekes
I am looking to buy either a GenRad TestStation 80 or a HP 3170 test station. GenRad has matched HPs price, but I'm concerned about the HP UNIX vs GenRad NT base - any input on your choice and service, support, cost, issues, satisfaction - email me
Electronics Forum | Sat Nov 19 03:15:39 EST 2016 | sarason
Does the file come off of an ICT. Next question is it an AGinet/HP/Keysight 3070. If so you have a chance at finding out the format. It is probably posted online in the Keysight manual downloads section. I might still have an old paper copy of this
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 16 03:41:43 EST 2016 | Haizen
I need to extract data from a log file and sort the data in an Excel file. Details are as follows: - Log File is a measurement result produced by an In-Circuit Tester (no info. about it, no name, no type, nothing). - Measurement Result is from
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 08 14:29:13 EST 1997 | Rich Scheleski
Can anyone recommend some "in-circuit test" manufacture's?