OSDA Gains New Tenney SPX Burn In Station

OSDA is pleased to announce the acquisition of a new Tenney SPX burn in station. This will let anyone requiring burn-in to allow OSDA to provide one stop shopping for assembly, test and burn-in. As you are aware, Burn-In process is done to create artificial stress on components. The main intention is to eliminate weak components before manufacturing is complete, which in theory will provide reduced build time and ensure component reliability.

Additionally, we are capable of offering two functional burn-in tests depending on your manufacturing needs. Our static burn-in offers a generally simple test with low cost implications by applying extreme temperature cycling to the device for between 24 and 72 hours. Our capabilities extend to the more complex test processes dynamic burn-in with test. Generally speaking, this process of burn-in test allocates stimuli to the device while being exposed to the temperature variable. The advantage of this test allows for the expulsion of inferior components. Burn-in with test also provides the ability to functionally operate the device throughout the burn-in process. With the addition of our Tenney TC10C Series Cycling Test Chambers, we can now offer a wide field of temperatures for test, ranging from 200°C to -73°C. Our oven is specifically built to deliver consistent, reliable and repeatable results. The Watlow F4 programmable controller also allows for complete and detailed test data retrieval and profile data transfer/sharing through an FTP Server.

If you are interested in a quote or you would like to review the process in person, all the better. Give our customer service manager a call to set up a visit. We would be glad to give you a personal run through of our brand new Tenney TC Series Cycling Test Chambers.

Working with OSDA

How Our New Machine Provides You With Results

  • One stop shop for assembly, test and burn-in.
  • Eliminate weak components before it is too late in the manufacturing process.
  • Functionally operate assemblies throughout the burn-in process.
  • Consistent, reliable, and repeatable results.