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Cables & Connectors

Cables make connections in just about everything just about everywhere in the world. From thin ribbon cables to consumer charging cords to huge aircraft harnesses. It’s all about making a dependable connection. While disconnects are typically caught in final test, a harness with intermittent or latent failures is the worst product to send to a customer.

Verify the integrity of your connections with TruView™ X-ray inspection systems, which can be deployed at different points across the manufacturing process including the extrusion line, the pin soldering cell, and the failure analysis lab.

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Extrusion Line

TruView™ X-ray inspection systems can track the location of a single or multiple conductors and jackets in real time. The relative (or absolute) thickness results can be flagged to the operator or automatically used to correct the extruder.

Extrusion Line

Pin Integrity

As with everything else, connectors and their pins are getting smaller and smaller. Smaller means more fragile. After assembly, confirming the integrity of the wire and pin is an important step to the manufacturing process.

Pin Integrity

Crimping

Missing a crimp leads to a broken connection, which is typically caught in in-circuit testing. However, over crimping often isn’t and these can lead to intermittent or latent failures in the field.

Crimping

USB Ports

The mechanical connection is just as important as the electrical connection when talking about frequently used ports on a consumer device. Cracks at the anchor points will eventually lead to broken signals. A device that can’t charge isn’t worth anything to your customer.

USB Ports

Audio Jacks

Crackling music can be infuriating enough to throw your phone on the ground. Avoid that by verifying the integrity of the audio jack using X-ray inspection.

Audio Jacks