Major Japanese Manufacturer Selects DCG Tool To Inspect SiC
The firm's ELITE system comprises a laser marker, full IR lens options, double-sided probing and high voltage power analysis capability for silicon carbide device inspection
DCG Systems has announced that a major power device manufacturer has purchased its DCG's ELITE system for inspection of their next generation SiC power devices.DCG ELITE system
"Sensitivity of the system is much better than we had expected and beyond even some of the claimed specifications provided by DCG," states the Manager of the customer's device development department. "The new laser marker was delivered on time and its performance has been much better than what had previously been available in the market."
This system is one of the most sophisticated ELITE systems yet delivered to a customer comprising the newly developed laser marker, full IR lens options, double-sided probing and high voltage power analysis capability.
"We believe this solution will help customers develop faster leading edge power devices. Employing new semiconductor materials such as SiC and GaN introduce increasing development and reliability challenges. The ELITE system is helping our customers strengthen their competitive edge in this growing market," explains Randy Schussler, VP and GM of the IRIS (InfaRed Imaging Systems) Business Unit at DCG Systems.
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