NPL Webinar on SIR, CAF and Condensation Testing


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The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) will hold a webinar on surface insulation resistance (SIR), conductive anodic filament (CAF), and condensation testing on July 17, 2018, at 14:30 (UTC).

The webinar will discuss the advantages of using SIR testing to evaluate assembly processes and materials. It discusses test vehicle design, how to go about the testing and how to analyze the results. CAF testing will also be covered, including test vehicle design, test procedures and parameters, and failure analysis. The final part of the webinar will cover condensation testing and how it can be used to assess conformal coatings.

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