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Non-Destructive Testing

Even if a counterfeit part does not lead to danger, it still can have disastrous results. Companies and government agencies could lose billions of dollars each year fixing mistakes made from counterfeit parts not to mention precious time spent rebuilding or problem solving when a counterfeit part causes an error.

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August 23, 2016 · By Admin

Pin Correlation Testing: Explanation and Case Study
Non-Destructive Testing

Pin correlation testing is just one of the many ways USBid, Inc. ensures that the electrical components they sell are the genuine part and not a counterfeit. Pin correlation testing makes sure that light pins have the correct type of structure with no opens, no shorts, and that the supply contains the right amount of current.

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July 13, 2016 · By Admin

Featured Manufacturer: Xilinx, Inc.
Non-Destructive Testing

Founded in 1984 and headquartered in San Jose, California, Xilinx was the first semiconductor company with a fabless manufacturing model. Today, Xilinx is a top producer of All Programmable FPGAs, SoCs, MPSoCs and 3D ICs, enabling the next generation of smarter, connected, and differentiated systems and networks.

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December 17, 2015 · By Admin

Gary Heyes - 2015 ERAI Executive Conference Guest Speaker
Non-Destructive Testing

It is that time a year when ERAI hosts their annual "Executive Conference". USBid's very own Gary Heyes will be an honored guest speaker, and will be speaking on USBid's subsidary company AAA Test Lab.  

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April 20, 2015 · By Andrea Cannizzaro

Chip Die Authentication without Destruction
Non-Destructive Testing

Standard counterfeit detection practices often include physical removal of the die from the encapsulated package to verify authenticity by comparison to a known good die or to at least verify the correct manufacturer and possibly some related part markings.

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June 05, 2014 · By Admin

AAA Components Finalizes Merger with ECAL
Non-Destructive Testing

AAA Test Lab has finalized its merger with ECAL Test Lab, effective immediately. The new company will retain the AAA name and has moved to a larger facility. ECAL Test Lab was a division of USBid Incorporated and the new company is now a wholly owned subsidiary of USBid. The merger will provide AAA customers with access to expanded in-house services such as X-ray, XRF, and automated pin correlation testing capabilities.

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April 17, 2014 · By Admin

Hot Chemical Test to Determine Counterfeit Parts
Non-Destructive Testing

In this step of the USBid Inspection Process, a plastic epoxy package is partially submerged in 200 ml of Dynasolve 750 heated to 100°C for forty-five (45) minutes. A typical set up for this procedure should include a hooded enclosure that is properly vented as seen in Figure 1.

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August 16, 2013 · By Admin

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