American Standard Circuits Acquires a New EMMA Flying Probe Electrical Tester


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American Standard Circuits CEO Anaya Vardya announced that his company has purchased a new EMMA Flying Probe (model E4M6151) Electrical Tester.

This model is a high-speed prober from Microcraft’s new EMMA generation, developed for testing denser and complex PCBs with high-speed and high-accuracy. This includes a hi-pot test feature. This purchase is representative of American Standard Circuits continued effort to be the most complete PCB solution of any independent PCB fabricator in North America. Their dedication to providing their customers with the fastest high-technology solution is exemplified by the more than $2.5 million of equipment they have purchased in the past 18 months.

Vardya commented, “We are going full speed ahead towards our goal of providing our customers with a complete custom printed circuit board solution and this acquisition is another example of that. We are focused on adding/upgrading technology in every facet of PCB manufacturing. We are determined to make our customers’ lives easier by being one of the few independent PCB fabricators in North America to provide a complete portfolio of technology solutions.”

About American Standard Circuits

American Standard Circuits (ASC) prides itself on being a total solutions provider, manufacturing quality rigid, metal-backed, RF/Microwave, flex and rigid-flex PCBs for the medical, automotive, industrial, defense, and aerospace markets in volumes from test and prototypes to large production orders. ASC has the expertise to provide a wide variety of technologies in a time-critical environment.  Their qualifications include AS9100 Rev C, ISO 9001:2008, MIL-PRF 31032 certification and ITAR registration. American Standard also holds a number of key patents for metal bonding processes. For more information about American Standard Circuits services or to ask one of their technology experts a question, visit www.asc-i.com

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