Meet ACT at June 2019 Counterfeit Symposium

Advanced Component Testing is once again attending the Counterfeit Symposium & Expo in College Park, Maryland, being held on June 25 and 26. This year you can meet with our ACT staff, including our Director of Engineering, at Table 10.

The Symposium will move “beyond anecdotes and examples of counterfeit parts” and focus on “solutions that are available and are under development by all sectors of the industry.” The event kicks off with a discussion on the “Impacts on Component Shortages and Obsolescence on Counterfeiting” and ends with sessions on four different technology solutions. Preview the event schedule now and register here.

Advanced Component Testing is an ISO17025-certified lab for electrical testing and counterfeit detection on electronic components up to AS6171 level. For more about ACT’s component authenticity, electrical testing and engineering services visit www.actestlab.com or call us at 631-676-6390.

Advanced Component Testing’s Latest ISO 17025 Accreditation Covers Extended AS6171 Methods

RONKONKOMA, NY:  February 13, 2019Advanced Component Testing (ACT) has upgraded its ISO 17025 accreditation to incorporate the full suite of AS6171 test methods, including SEM analysis. This two-year certification is a result of an audit by the ANSI National Accreditation Board (ANAB) late last year during which ACT staff demonstrated their ability to perform 13 different categories of tests to AS6171, AS6081, MIL STD and IDEA-STD-1010B test methods. Continue reading

ERAI Features ACT Article in June 2018 Newsletter

The most recent edition of the ERAI INSIGHT newsletter features a How-to-Spot-a-Counterfeit column about heated solvent testing (HST) submitted by Advanced Component Testing. ERAI is a well-recognized leader in counterfeit risk mitigation and ACT is proud to have been allowed to contribute to their Q2 publication. ACT’s Director of Operations and resident expert on authenticity inspection, Mike Zambito, detailed his experience performing HST on one particular FPGA to provide detailed insight into the test methods and considerations. Read/download How to Spot a Counterfeit: Heated Solvent Test now.

ACT Attending June 27, 28 Counterfeit Symposium

Advanced Component Testing has been a regular participant at the Symposium on Counterfeit Electronic Parts and Materials and will be manning a booth once again at the upcoming event. This year’s event will be held at the College Park Marriott Hotel & Conference Center in Maryland and you can visit ACT staff at Booth 4 on June 27 and June 28, 2017. Visit us to discuss what’s new in the field of counterfeit mitigation including the ins and outs of the new AS6171 laboratory standard for Counterfeit Detection Testing Procedures.

Revamped ACT Website Goes Live

ACT released a new version of this website on May 28, 2017. The revamped site not only looks and feels a bit different, it also features additional content and tools to help site visitors get more of what they need, expeditiously. Highlights include expanded content on services, standards and test methods; a convenient online request-for-quote form to help expedite the process; and a library of ACT literature.

ACT is committed to continuous improvement and an enhanced website is just a small part of that effort to improve the quality of our services and the customer experience.

ACT Participating in Upcoming SMTA Counterfeit Symposium

Advanced Component Testing will be attending the SMTA’s Symposium on Counterfeit Electronic Parts and Materials at the College Park Marriott Hotel & Conference Center in Maryland between June 28 and June 30, 2016. The symposium will focus on developments in the electronic parts supply chain, parts selection and management through the entire life cycle, and solutions currently in development.

Industry veteran and ACT Business Development Director, Dan Semon, will be in Booth 4 at this annual event.  Attendees are encouraged to visit Dan to explore ACTs expanding suite of services and how they might benefit your organization–and pickup up some ACT takeways.

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