Real Time X-Ray

 

Uses X-rays to non-destructively image internal features, locate defects, analyze RMAs, and reverse engineer products in real time

RTX cartoon and nutshell 



STRENGTHS/ADVANTAGES

  • Fast (<5 minutes)
  • Non-Destructive
  • Spatial Resolutions: 0.2 µ 
  • Locate Defects Inside Unit
  • Check Layout As-Is
  • Multiple Angle Viewing

DATA PRODUCED

  • X-ray Images
  • Grey Scale Density Map of X-rays
  • Dimensional Sizing
  • Need Special Data - give us a call

GLOBAL USES

  • Prototype Evaluation
  • Customer Returns
  • Reliability Rejects
  • Product Control
  • Problem Solving
  • Failure Analysis
  • Reverse Engineering

APPLICATIONS

  • Internal Dimensioning
  • Good versus Bad
  • A versus B
  • Locating Opens
  • Locating Shorts

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Imaging a device in real time, non-destructively, allows inspection at multiple magnifications, angles, and X-ray source settings. Often used to examine wire bonding, die attach voiding, and via construction. Applications of RTX include internal dimensioning, good versus bad, locating opens and shorts, and more.

Global uses of RTX imaging include prototype evaluation, customer returns, reliability rejects, production control, materials development, quality control, problem solving, failure analysis, and reverse engineering.

Data produced by RTX include X-ray images, gray scale density map of X-rays, dimensional sizing and, if you are in need of special data, give us a call.

Strengths and Advantages of RTX include:

    • Fast (less than 5 minutes)
    • Non-destructive
    • Spatial resolution: 0.2µ
    • Locate defects inside unit
    • Check layout as is
    • Multiple angle viewing


 

 

X-ray Image of PQFP
Device


 

X-ray Image of Remote
Control Device