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The National Physical Laboratory will be holding a webinar on July 17, 2018, at 14:30 (UTC), that will discuss the advantages of using surface insulation resistance (SIR) testing to evaluate assembly processes and materials. It discusses test vehicle design, how to go about the testing, and how to analyze the results.
Conductive anodic filament (CAF) testing will also be covered, including test vehicle design, test procedures and parameters, and failure analysis. The final part of the webinar will cover condensation testing and how it can be used to assess conformal coatings.
The majority of webinars run for between 60-90 minutes, with a Q&A session. The webinars are limited to 100 delegates, so register now, click here.
Patty Goldman, I-Connect007
I don’t have to tell you that things are changing fast in our industry. New tech seems to launch daily these days. How can we keep up? How can we even maintain? What’s coming next and how can we best prepare, in order to stay in the game?
Jan Pedersen, ELMATICA
IPC’s Automotive Addendum task group was started in November 2014 and the first edition of IPC 6012-DA was released in April 2016. We are now working on the revised version, and expect a release in Q2 2018. As standards need to evolve, develop and follow the needs of the industry, this work is continuous.
Pete Starkey, I-Connect007
The Institute of Circuit Technology returned to Meriden, traditionally regarded as the centre of England, for its Annual General Meeting, which was followed by a technical seminar of five presentations, introduced as ever by Technical Director Bill Wilkie.