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Attention ESD Coordinator

Is your ESD Program Working? Let us Verify it in 2 WeeksESD Worker

Traditional ESD surveys have been around for years, measuring that individual static control products are within ANSI/ESD S20.20 requirements. These surveys are helpful in setting up a new ESD program. However, they are not keeping pace with the current demands in electronics manufacturing.

Beyond A Traditional ESD Survey

The SCS EOS/ESD Assessment goes beyond the typical survey to help you identify and address both EOS and ESD problems.

During an SCS EOS/ESD Assessment, we provide quantifiable data to allow you to make improvements to your ESD process by sampling select areas in your facility and provide a written Assessment Report that will include numeric findings, gaps between the program and industry standards ANSI/ESD S20.20 and IPC-A-610E, references to best practices, and recommendations for improvements.

The SCS EOS/ESD Assessment will help identify if electrical overstress (EOS) or ESD Events are occurring in your ESD Control Process. Tests and measurements can be performed throughout your entire process: receiving, tool crib, automated insertion, manual insertion, final assembly, testing, QC and packaging. We use exclusive diagnostic tools to determine if your products are exposed to potentially harmful events.

SCS Assessments Measure:

•    ESD Events (Electrostatic Discharge)
     o Counts events during a given time period
     o Shows magnitude of the events
•    EMI voltage, cause of Electrical Overstress (EOS)
•    Ground Integrity
•    And more…

How the process works:

SCS EOS/ESD Assessment Process