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5:30 PM, Wednesday, 10 January 2018 at 3 Forbes Road, Lexington, MA

Automation Analysis for ESD Class 0 and CDM

Ted Dangelmayer - Dangelmayer Associates, LLC


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The ESD analysis of automation equipment is complex, not well understood and often done incorrectly. The escalating use of Class 0 (ultra-sensitive) devices and high failure rates has made this analysis critically important. You will learn how to apply advanced ESD event detection test equipment for ESD Class 0, how to more readily identify sources of ESD stress within automation equipment and how to qualify automation equipment for 50 Volt CDM applications.

This presentation will be highly interactive with in-plant photographs, videos and compelling Class 0 case studies. The photographs illustrate the details of appropriate measurements and how to avoid the numerous pitfalls.

This event is cosponsored by the Northeast Chapter of the EOS/ESD Association.

   


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