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In-Line Compact Thermal Analyzer, ICTA

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In-Line Compact Thermal Analyzer, ICTA

ICTA integrated into automatic sorting machine to perform in-line thermal resistance testing for LEDsICTA integrated into automatic sorting machine to perform in-line thermal resistance testing for LEDs

ICTA can perform thermal structure characterization such as thermal resistance and thermal capacitance of p-n junction semiconductor device. The thermal structure of LEDs could be analyzed individually including chip, die-attached, heat slug, and PCB. ICTA also successfully employs the in-line thermal resistance testing with the automatic sorting machine with a rate of 12,000 LED units per hour.




The measuring of thermal resistance is complex and time-consuming, resulting in significant labor costs. According to real-time information feedback, ICTA is also helpful for process optimization and in-situ monitoring of the production simultaneously. Benefits of this system include a high-speed, simple and low-cost culture, and high production yields. It creates strong applications in the LED lighting and display industry.

In-Line Compact Thermal Analyzer ( ICTA)- Only 0.3 Second Needed for Each LED Thermal Measurement

ITRI developed the In-Line Compact Thermal Analyzer, ICTA, which won the 2014 R&D 100 Awards and the 2015 Frost & Sullivan Best Practice New Product Innovation Award. The rapid thermal analysis technology developed by ITRI can, within three minutes, measure a complete thermal structure of LED device. This technology also has been successfully integrated into automatic LED sorting machine, creating the world’s first automatic thermal analyzer, which offers a measurement speed of 12,000 LEDs per hour and means just 0.3 second per each component. This is 2,000 times faster than the traditional method in a lab in which only six components could be measured per hour.

ITRI has developed the In-Line Compact Thermal Analyzer, ICTA, which wins the 2014 R&D 100 Awards and the 2015 Frost & Sullivan Best Practice New Product Innovation Award.

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Electronics and Optoelectronics Research Laboratories

Email: eol_cs@itri.org.tw

  

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