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Nisene Launches the Updated JetEtch Pro for Integrated Circuit Failure Analysis
The JetEtch Pro houses all the same safety and operation features as the older JetEtch models, with little enhancements and tweaks to improve each aspect.
By: Nisene Technology Group
Decapsulation is one of the most commonly used failure analysis processes which is used to open plastic components. The opening process is essential for the chemical analysis, inspection, or electrical examination of the internal components of any particular package. The proper opening of these components is imperative so that the integrity of the package is maintained.
For Electronic component testing, decapsulation is one of the most commonly used procedures. The process of decapsulation involves removing the cap, lip, or any other encapsulation material from the integrated circuit. In general, there are several ways in which the cap or lid can be removed, like thermal, mechanical, laser, and chemical.
In the case of decapsulation, the component that is meant to be de-capped is put in contact with acids that corrode the surface of the component till the bond holding the cap in place is visible. This decapping tool (https://www.nisene.com/
Through constant research and innovation, Nisene Technology Group remains at the top of the decapsulation system food chain, especially with their latest automated decapsulation system, the JetEtch Pro. This automated, decapping IC system has made its name in the industry to such an extent that the original name of the product, 'Jet Etch' has become synonymous with the technique of decapsulating an integrated circuit.
Nisene Technology Group also has a plasma decapsulation system PlasmaEtch that uses microwave-induces plasma for failure analysis. This decapsulation system does not need acid for it to work.
About Nisene Technology Group -
Nisene Technology Group is one of the biggest names in automated decapsulation. They have been in the integrated circuit failure analysis industry since the 1970's when they first launched the original Jet Etch decapsulation system, which was the first of its kind ever made.
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