Electronics Materials Testing
Heat dissipation, thermal management, and noise reduction remain major challenges to new inventions in the electronics sector. With new developments in technology the consumer electronics industry is working to increase the use of biodegradable materials, sustainable practices, and emerging leaps in computing power; which require materials to support device capabilities. All-optical computing and designs that would eliminate hard components such as metal and wires in computer platforms, require extensive study of new self-regulating and adaptive materials and their thermal properties.
Coefficient of thermal expansion, thermal conductivity, electrical resistivity, and mechanical testing of electronics components help guarantee device longevity and safety.
PMIC frequently tests the following materials (and more) within this industry:
- Copper, copper-nickel-tin alloys
- Diamond and synthetic diamond for heat dissipation
- Silicon and other semiconductor materials
- Thermoset resins
- Fiberglass and woven glass
- Polymers and plastics for part housings, rigs, frames, and pedestals
- Conductive, metalized, insulator, and resistor coatings
- Wires and electrical insulation materials
- Printed circuit boards (PCBs)
- Unprinted circuit boards
- Aerogels prepared for sensors, shielding, and super capacitors
- Thermal interface materials for improved heat management
- Phase change materials
PMIC provides specialized electronics materials testing to verify designs at extreme operating temperatures. To request a quote or to discuss your testing needs in more detail, please contact us via one of the following methods: go to our inquiry form at https://pmiclab.com/inquire/, call +1 (541) 753-0607, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.