We attach great importance to quality and have a strict testing system
Our Quality Testing Methods
PCB testing represents a fundamental step in the electronic design process, able to save a lot of time and money, identifying possible defects affecting the circuit before it reaches final production. PCB assembly testing methods are an integral part of the manufacturing process. Kinda offers a variety of PCB testing methods, but the six main types include:
This test involves using fixed probes laid out in a way that matches the design of the PCB. The probes checks the integrity of the solder connection.
Flying probe testing
Flying probe testing is a tried-and-true option that’s less expensive than in-circuit testing. It’s a nonpowered type of test that checks for: Opens, Shorts, Resistance, Capacitance, Inductance, Diode issues.
Automated optical inspection (AOI)
AOI uses either a single 2D camera or two 3D cameras to take photos of the PCB. The program then compares the photos of your board to a detailed schematic. If there is a board that does not match the schematic to a certain degree, the board is flagged for inspection by a technician.
Burn-in testing is a more intense type of testing for PCBs. It’s designed to detect early failures and establish load capacity. Because of its intensity, burn-in testing can be destructive to the parts being tested.
X-ray testing can check elements that are usually hidden from view, such as connections and ball grid array packages with solder joints underneath the chip package.
Uses this to verify that the product will power up. This test does require a few things:
1)External pieces of equipment
3)Requirements for UL, MSHA, and other standards