In keeping with our commitment to our quality standards the Miracle inspection department has the very latest technology to ensure that the components we inspect, whether it be those of a supplier or our own parts, meet the tight tolerances and high quality demanded. This, coupled with our comprehensive record keeping and full trace-ability of parts, results in a mature and dependable quality system.
Inconsistencies in manual or automated soldering may result in faulty connections between components on PCB and cause short circuits when the solder bridges extra components. In other cases, these inconsistencies result in open circuits or intermittent electrical connections. Failures often go undetected until final testing, leading to increased scrap, slowed throughput and high quality control costs.
In Miracle, Each pieces of PCB integrated circuit would be tested for its reliability before it bring on assembly.
EMC means nothing more than "an electronic or electrical product shall work as intended in its environment. The electronic or electrical product shall not generate electromagnetic disturbances, which may influence other products". In other words, EMC deals with problems of noise emission as well as noise immunity of electronic and electrical products and systems. Electromagnetic disturbances occur as conducted interference as well as radiated emissions and immunity problems.
No electrical product or installation can be designed seriously unless all aspects of EMC are taken into account.This is not only important for common products such as radios, television sets, computers, telephones, washing machines, etc., but it is also especially important for complex products such as vehicles, aircraft, ships and large industrial installations. These are very sensitive to EMC problems and no one wants to accept serious disturbances within a big chemical plant. This is where EM Test can be of help.
Each product shall be passed the EMC test before it leave our factory.
The components used in the creation of pressure measurement instrument and other products will change over time; this passage of time will have an effect on component materials, as can excursions in specified storage conditions, such as temperature and humidity. Understanding when and how changes occur to these products, especially changes that affect efficacy, stability, or safety, helps manufacturers establish proper storage conditions and shelf-life dates.
By artificially increasing stress on your products, you can learn how the cumulative effect of time, temperature, and humidity will affect product safety and efficacy.
Real-time aging studies determine how long it actually takes for a product to fail specifications when stored at recommended storage conditions. This study, while highly accurate, takes time: years, in many cases. To decrease time-to-market, an accelerated aging study may be performed. By increasing the environmental stress on a product, such as elevated temperature or humidity, we can artificially simulate the effects of longer-term aging in a shorter period of time, allowing us to scientifically estimate the shelf life of known components, or combinations of known components.
Quality assurance is a part of quality management which represents a complex process focused on creation of the confidence that the corresponding requirement to quality is kept, and includes all the factors and the actions needed for achievement of the appropriate quality level of products and services.
All the members of our Inspection department have At least 2 years' experience in quality control or component inspection, assisting in the marketing of quality pressure commodities and promotion of fair trade and honest business practices.