Korea Instrument Co., Ltd.

Hwaseong-si, Gyeonggi-do, 
Korea (South)
  • Booth: B506

Thank you for visiting to Korea Instrument.

Korea Instrument was established in May of 1996 in the city of Hwaseong in Gyeonggi Province, with the purpose of manufacturing and selling semiconductor equipment and components. We specialize in the production of semiconductor test devices known as probe cards. Korea Instrument is the sole domestic probe card manufacturer in Korea to offer a Total Probe Card Solution for both memory and non-memory applications.


  • 반도체 웨이퍼 검사용 프로브 카드

  • Semiconductor Wafer Test Probe Card

    * Memory Application: NAND Flash, DRAM
    * Non-memory Application: CIS (MEMS), SoC (Vertical), DDI, DC Parametric etc.

    A probe card is an interface between an electronic test system and a semiconductor wafer. Its purpose is to provide an electrical pathway between a test system and the circuits in a wafer, thereby permitting the testing and validation of the circuits at the wafer level, usually before they are diced and packaged.

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