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Burn-in Boards

Burn-in Boards

Burn-in is a process done to components prior to regular use in which the components are stressed to detect failure and ensure component reliability.

The PCB burn-in process is usually done at 125ºC, with electrical excitation applied to the samples. The burn-in process is facilitated by using burn-in boards where the samples are loaded. These burn-in boards are then inserted into the burn-in oven which supplies the necessary voltages to the samples while maintaining the oven temperature at 125ºC. The electrical bias applied may either be static or dynamic.

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Specifications Standard Technology Advanced Technology

Number of Layers

1 - 18

20 - 30

Board Material

370HR

BT

Polymide

Nelco 4000-13

370HR

BT
Polymide

Nelco 4000-13

Board Thickness

0.062'' - 0.125''

0.125'' - 0250''

Board Size

Smaller then 12''x24''

12'' x 24''

19'' x 23''

23" x 27"

Hole Aspect Ratio

12 : 1

15 : 1

Minimum
Hole Size

0.006''

0.005''

Controlled Impedance
Tolerance

+/- 10%

+/- 5%

Minimum Trace/Space

0.004"

0.003"

Minimum SMD Pitch

0.006"/0.006"

0.003"/0.003"

Final Finish

ENIG

HASL

Hard Gold

Tin-Nickel

Hard-Gold

ENIG

Tin-Nickel

 

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