|Application||An ultrasonic transducer emits a sound wave through the material being tested. The wave travels through the material and is reflected when it strikes interfaces within the material. The same transducer is used to send and receive the acoustic waves. These reflections are digitally displayed as an image, which allows you to visualize the discontinuities in your sample.|
|DCA / BGA / PGA||COT|
Acoustic Microscope is unparalleled in its ability to spot delaminations, cracks and other anomalies non-destructively. Unlike X-Ray, interface-specific data can also be given by this instrument. It can not only detect the failure but it also indicates where the problem is.
|Scan Area||15" x 12"|
|Transducers||Flip Chip Options (230 MHz transducer and high frequency pulsar receiver with 400 MHz band width)
110 MHz transducer
75 MHz transducer
50 MHz transducer
25 MHz transducer (typeA)
25 MHz transducer (type B for die attach analysis)
15 MHz transducer
5 MHz transducer
100% inspection of a package in a single scan allows 31 layers of a device to be inspected simultaneously in a single scan.