AUGUST 2019 – Advanced Component Testing is happy to announce that Steven Pomilio has become our new Director of Engineering. Steve is an electrical engineer who has earned the respect of the ACT staff by working closely with them as a software engineer on numerous projects over a six-year period.
In fact, Steve played a leading role in several of ACT’s more recent advancements. Not only did he write the software that automatically records data that used to be manually notated, he also created the applications to control and thus automate electrical testing via ACT’s recently acquired, legacy HP8200. With his trademark can-do attitude, Steve is now focusing on accelerating the testing process while maintaining and even improving accuracy. (more…)
July 18, 2019: Advanced Component Testing was the first in the world and is still the only U.S. electronic component test lab* to have
earned ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation for AS6171
test methods. Our ANAB certification earned in February 2019 attests to our competency with respect to 13 different categories of tests to AS6171
(as well as AS6081, MIL STD and IDEA-STD-1010B) test methods. (more…)
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. (more…)
RONKONKOMA, NY: February 13, 2019 – Advanced 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. (more…)
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.
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.