Tips for securing the real thing.
Over five years after becoming aware that some of our customers had received subpar electrical testing and posting on our blog about it, subpar testing is still an issue. Since then, we’ve learned a lot more about the issue and how broad the problem is, which is why we’re now revisiting the topic. This time we’re focusing on helping you steer clear of inadequate authenticity testing. Continue reading →
In an industry where parts are continually being discontinued, it is not unusual for parts leftover from a production run or purchased to hedge against obsolescence to be warehoused for numerous years before ever being needed again. During this time, improper storage and handling can degrade electronic components and impact their performance and lifespans. Since replacing these devices may be costly if not impossible, Continue reading →