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.
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.
Ronkonkoma NY, May 2, 2016 – Advanced Component Testing (ACT) began operating in our new facility at 3279 Veterans Memorial Highway in late April. The move to this larger facility accommodates ACT’s expansion in terms of staff, new equipment and services including electrical testing, authenticity inspection and engineering services for board-level electronic components.
The complete new address is:
Advanced Component Testing
3279 Veterans Memorial Highway, Suite D8
Ronkonkoma, NY 11779
Contact us to tour this new facility and to discuss how our engineers, technicians and inspectors can assist you.
Advanced Component Testing will be attending the SMTA’s Symposium on Counterfeit Electronic Parts and Electronic Supply Chain in College Park, Maryland, between June 24 and June 26, 2014. ACT Engineering Manager, Steve Pomilio, and Strategic Business Manager, Dan Semon, will be manning Booth 3. They will be happy to discuss ACT’s newest testing procedures and address all questions about our equipment, our staff, our company, and our quick turnaround inspections.
Ronkonkoma NY – March 5, 2014 – Advanced Component Testing (ACT) was recently audited and approved and is pleased to announce the expansion of their Lab Suitability accreditation by the Defense Logistics Agency to include MIL-STD-750 and MIL-STD-883 for processing and testing of QTSL components FSC5961 and FSC5962. This accreditation also includes the ability to perform testing per AS6081 Radiological (X-RAY), Lead Finish Evaluation (XRF), Decapsulation, Remarking and Resurfacing. Our project management and logistic experience, combined with accessibility to the latest equipment and industry expertise, provides a steadfast and systematic approach to our component testing on a consistent basis. (more…)
Ronkonkoma NY, November 19, 2013 – Advanced Component Testing (ACT), a government approved, ISO 17025 accredited laboratory announces developments to its already extensive OCM die database. The proprietary database houses a breadth of information utilized to fulfill our advanced counterfeit mitigation processes and procedures. (more…)
Ronkonkoma NY, September 24, 2013 – The AS6081 standard, set forth by SAE International, is a quality standard created in response to the significant increase of fraudulent parts entering the aerospace supply chain. The standard establishes requirements and procedures for distributors of Electrical, Electronic, and Electromechanical (EEE) parts, related to mitigating the risk of buying, receiving, and selling substandard product, as well as the inspection, testing and evaluation processes. (more…)