E.D. Elettronica Dedicata s.r.l
Semiconductors quality mantainance, Measured for success
E.D. Elettronica Dedicata is an italian reliable partner with consolidate experience, able to design and supply custom services and solutions in semiconductors market.
As a confidential partner, it can work alongside R&D and quality departments for the most challenging requirements in reliability, test and validation fields.
Load board design, assembling and repairing are some of its most appreciate services, as well as the most challenging systems for reliability and statistical characterization of semiconductors in high temperature and high voltage applications, as TDDB (Time-Dependent Dielectric Breakdown) test.
With its internal electronic and mechanical departments, it is able to design, develop and produce the most complex solutions, from customized connection with socket and very fine pitch pogo pin, to the Finite Element Analysis for the study of physical effects.
An electrical device is subjected to an electrical overstress event when a maximum limit for either the voltage across, the current through,
or the power dissipated in the device is exceeded and causes immediate damage or malfunction, or latent damage resulting in an unpredictable reduction of its lifetime.
“Overvoltage” events are considered as voltage transients above product’s maximum operating conditions as defined by the Product Specification,
applied to power supplies and/or to I/O pins, having a duration ranging from 1 μsec up to some msec and occurring while the device is working in operative electrical conditions.
FlexyEOS system verifies the intrinsic robustness of new products versus System Voltage Transient events, a subset of EOS family, with the aim to detect the failing threshold of the
D.U.T. (catastrophic or parametric rejects) and map failure signatures on customer returns.
In particular, the objectives are to:
· Evaluate robustness of new IC vs “controlled” EOS events under operating conditions (HTOL dynamic mode) during new product qualification phase.
· Reproduce EOS field failure on production devices improving Failure Analysis success rate and cycle time.
· Broaden the existing knowledge on the effects of EOS events in order to improve the design of IC circuits and/or application boards and, thus, reduce ECC for EOS.
This procedure is applicable to mixed signal and power products that manage inductive loads or to devices employed in applications that have a high disturbance conductive noise.
In particular, an EOS characterization is recommended for products belonging to IRD Automotive.
ISO 7637-2 : Road vehicles electrical disturbances from conduction and coupling.
Part 2: Electrical transient conduction along supply lines only.
ISO 7637-3 : Road vehicles electrical disturbances from conduction and coupling
Part 3: Electrical transient transmission by capacitive and inductive coupling via lines other than supply lines.
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