Techniques for Suspect/Counterfeit EEE Parts Detection by Electrical Test Methods
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Specify techniques to detect SC parts using electrical testing.
Provide various levels of electrical testing that can be used by the User to define test plans for detecting SC parts.
Provide minimum requirements for testing laboratories so that User/Requester can determine which test houses have the necessary capabilities. (For example: technical knowledge, equipment, procedures and protocols for performing electrical testing for verification analysis.) Note: User/Requester is defined in AS6171 General Requirements
Specify Burn-In and environmental tests. The environmental tests include Temperature Cycling for Active Devices and Thermal Shock for Passive Devices. Seal Tests are described and recommended for hermetic devices.
Shall = is mandatory;
Should = is recommended; and
Will = is planned (is considered to be part of a standard process).
For those tasked with detecting counterfeit electrical, electronic, and electromechanical (EEE) Parts, the SAE Counterfeit Defect Coverage Tool, in conjunction with SAE AS6171, is a dynamic, web-based application for developing a counterfeit detection test sequence and its associated counterfeit defect coverage while considering the resources necessary to implement those tests.
Data Sets - Support Documents
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|Table 1||Electrical test level examples (see )|
|Table 2||Minimum basic level test|
|Table 3||Burn-in test methods|
|Table C1||Examples of active devices key electrical parameters|
|Table D1||Examples of passive devices key test electrical parameters|
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To develop an inspection/test matrix plan for different classes of Electrical, Electronic, and Electromechanical (EEE) commodities to detect suspect and confirmed counterfeit components. The matrix will include recommended visual, physical, electrical, and material testing based on different commodities and associated tier level of determined risk. The plan will include a process for evaluating risk. The plan will provide guidance on the recommended tier level of testing that should be performed based on risk of the supplier, the item, application, and other risk factors. It will also include recommended sampling plans for the tests based on tier level of accepted risk, level of confidence required, and acceptable reject criteria.