Electronics Components Testing

Mechanical testing of electronic components and their joints is particularly important in new product design and development as well as for ensuring finished product reliability.

Typical parameters being measured in electronics and micro-electronics testing include tension, creep, pull off tests, shear, adhesive/bond strength, peel strength, delamination, flexure and force required to make electrical contact.

Typical applications for electronic components testing include:

- Automotive electronic components

- Cable/loom

- Computer keypads

- Credit and smart cards

- Electrodes

- Insulation

- Mobile phone keypads

- PCBs

- Switches

- Welding

Chatillon offer manual, motorized, and digitally controlled test machines for many kinds of electronics components testing including switches, electrodes, IC-chips, PCBs, plastic-coated copper wires, cable, joints, keypad contacts, automotive electronic components, and more. The test machines are ideal for the test types typically used in electronics components testing including tension, compression, break force, creep, shear, adhesive peel, peel, delamination, and flexural testing.

Lloyd Instruments universal testing machines with material testing software are supplied with a library of test setups and advanced analysis software providing test results, along with graphical displays of sample performance.

Various combination of testers to meet customers’ requirement include;