Multitest’s Quick Lock Contact Unit Holder (CUH) for ecoAMP and DuraKelvin Plunge-to-Board set-ups on the MT9928 gravity feed handler has been adopted as the standard mounting solution by one of Multitest’s largest automotive customers. Quick Lock demonstrated substantial reductions in maintenance, debugging, and repair times. Read more
The Multitest MT2168 pick-and-place handler now offers a ground fault monitoring option. The ground fault monitoring option is part of a feature set that will enhance the value of the production output at the customer site. Ground fault monitoring is an important feature for meeting advanced quality standards. Read more
Multitest’s customized high voltage contacting solutions have been well accepted for volume production. Multitest receive a significantly increased order volume from automotive customers for it Blue Line Cantilever Technology sockets: nanoKelvin, Dura Kelvin, and ECON. Multitest high voltage contactors have proven best performance for reliable high voltage tests at full specification values.
Expanding the range of Gemini Kelvin from WLCSP 0.3 mm pitch to 0.5 mm pitch
Multitest adding the Gemini Kelvin 050 for 0.5 mm pitch contacting continues to address the expanding requirements of its customers for reliable interface solutions for testing packages with continuously shrinking dies, which are needed for smaller, lower current, and faster end-user devices. The Gemini Kelvin contactor solutions are known for being the most reliable cost effective solution for increasing OEE in test.
Major IDM selects ecoAmp Kelvin Contactor for high power testing
Multitest’s ecoAmp Kelvin Contactor successfully passed an in-depth evaluation phase at a major IDM. Based on the performance, which was demonstrated in a challenging high power application, the customer decided to make the Multitest ecoAmp Kelvin Contactor their strategic test interface product for existing and future high power test applications at high volume production.
Optimizing 6DOF Gyro Test of Singulated Packages
Multitest has been the market leader for MEMS/sensor test and calibration equipment for more than 15 years. Multitest has now launched the next generation of its 6DOF gyro test module for singulated packages, which provides significant production benefits resulting in even lower cost of test, enhanced test accuracy and higher daily output.
Multitest adds “Super-Sharp” option to Quad Tech probes
Multitest’s Super-Sharp Option for Quad Tech probes provides an increase in test cell throughput and maintains the fidelity of the test signal over longer uninterrupted run times for higher yields. Multitest makes these advantages available to customers at no additional cost.
mmWave customer case presented at Test Vision
Multitest’s mmWave contactor is a proven broadband production solution for RF applications up to 100 GHz. In a presentation by Jeffrey Finder, Senior Product and Test Engineering Manager at NXP, named “Building a Test Ecosystem for High Volume Manufacturing of 76-81 GHz Semiconductor Radar Sensors” the repeatable and stable performance of mmWave contactor was highlighted for an Automotive Radar Sensor Chipset application. This presentation was given at the Test Vision 2020 workshop at Semicon West in July 2017.
Multitest InWaferX for final test of singulated WLCSPs
Multitest’s new InWaferX final test solution for singulated WLCSPs addresses the increased quality demand for automotive applications as these quality requirements are expanding to cost sensitive, high volume consumer applications. Based on the production proven InCarrier technology, InWaferX ensures highest efficiency and yield for lowest cost of test.
Seamless switch to higher-yield probes
Multitest recently passed an evaluation of new-super-sharp Gemini Kelvin (GMK) probes. The evaluation took place at an OSAT testing devices for a major customer. Although the customer was not experiencing issues with the original GMK probes, they were encouraged to try the super-sharp probes and saw a measurable improvement in both test yield and probe life. The OSAT plans to order all super-sharp probes going forward to help reduce costs and increase throughput.