Sensors & Vision
Thermal detection units work in low voltage conditions
March 15, 2010 by Manufacturing AUTOMATION
Seica, Inc has just added Flying IC Thermal Detection Units to its line of Aerial flying probers.
Two IC Thermal Detection Units, are positioned on each side of the unit that is being tested to detect thermal parameters of ICs under power. The purpose is to compare
temperatures of “known good” boards and “suspect” boards and indict bad components in the depot repair environment.
The thermal sensors feature in-circuit, functional, boundary, scan and power up tests that are well-suited to the production and depot repair markets. The IC Thermal
Detection Unit allows for precise thermal measurement – even under low voltage conditions. This type of thermal profile test can help reduce labor repair costs and improve inventory turnover.
To find out more, visit www.seica.com.