Consumer Electronics Testing

Consumer electronics testing has been an important part of EAG for over 30 years, and we offer the most comprehensive suite of testing techniques for characterization of consumer electronics. We understand the need for first-to-market breakthrough technologies, and the challenges of maintaining supply chain quality and efficiency from international providers. 

Services for consumer electronics testing

With laboratories located around the world, EAG scientists have supported customers creating products for consumer electronics such as mobile devices, tablets, computers, wearables, and health tracking devices. Over the years, we’ve earned a reputation worldwide for developing new methods to advance consumer electronics product development and for solving materials-related issues. WE KNOW HOW to pursue intense electronics innovation but still ensure consumer product safety and quality.

HOW WE CAN HELP

EAG offers a comprehensive suite of services for the consumer electronics industry, meeting the industry’s exacting standards for tight controls of material properties, composition and chemistry. Here are just a few ways we can help:

Our labs perform failure analysis on both integrated circuits and devices. The failure analysis services range from Level 1 non-destructive examination to Level 3 fault isolation and root cause identification and characterization.

Investigation of materials-related issues includes organic analysis of plastics/polymers, flux, lubricants and solder masks, as well as elemental analysis of wire bonds, bond pads, leads and lead frames.

We use GC/MS, LC/MS, and ICP/MS  to determine if the presence of any transferred chemicals are skin sensitizers with potential for toxic, allergenic or abrasion concerns.

EAG Laboratories provides expert materials and electronics testing for consumer electronics products.
Consumer electronics testing

Inspection of raw materials during key phases of manufacturing can aid in the identification and elimination of unwanted impurities in final products.

Microscopy techniques are essential to investigate sample micro-structure, morphology, particle size, particle coatings and defects in thin/thick film or bulk substrate samples.

Comparing “good” vs “bad” samples to evaluate chemical changes by applying a variety of analytical and physical testing techniques

Solving surface chemistry issues with adhesion and bonding, questions regarding surface cleanliness and investigations regarding morphology and topography of materials’ surfaces

Investigation of materials-related issues includes organic analysis of plastics/polymers, flux, lubricants and solder masks, as well as elemental analysis of wire bonds, bond pads, leads and lead frames.

Expertise to solve difficult challenges with coatings such as paints and adhesives. We provide depth-specific distribution measurements and chemical survey characterizations of coatings.

Our team offers the engineering expertise to design, develop, test, analyze, and debug the most innovative products using ATE, System level testing, reliability and IC-level Failure Analysis.

End-to-end EMC/EMI testing solutions to evaluate components for use in extreme conditions to help avoid unexpected electromagnetic interference & compatibility compliance issues.

Litigation Support Services provide scientific expertise, data interpretation, analytical litigation support, or provide an expert witness testimony.

Would you like to learn more about our services for consumer electronic testing?

EAG can collaborate to provide results-driven solutions to the most complex of analytical investigations. Our experienced experts will work with your team to troubleshoot, and choose the right material for your application, or improve a manufacturing process.

Contact us today for your consumer product testing needs at 800-366-3867 or please complete the form below to have an EAG expert contact you.

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