Product Showcase: Measurement and Analysis of Printed Circuit Boards
Measurements and analyses of coating thicknesses and compositions on printed circuit boards are made easier with Fischer Technology, Inc.'s new FISCHERSCOPE XDLM-PCB spectrometers. Fischer has developed this user-friendly energy dispersive x-ray fluorescence (EDXRF) instrument to measure functional coatings in the electronics and semiconductor industries. It can measure thin coatings, contacts and components on PCBs, and also determine the composition of electroplating baths.
A high count rate is achieved by using a micro focus x-ray source and proportional counter tube, which allows for precise measurements. A laser pointer and high resolution video camera simplifies the selection of the measurement spot and the unit housing features a slot in the side for easy handling of large pc-boards with manual sample support or programmable XY-stage. Outstanding accuracy and long term stability are characteristics of FISCHERSCOPE X-RAY systems. The fundamental parameter method allows of analysis of solid and liquid specimens as well as coating systems without calibration.
For more information, cal 860-683-0781, visit www.fischer-technology.com, send an e-mail to email@example.com, or, if you plan on attending the IPC APEX show, please stop by booth #1201.