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By Joseph Federico

Counterfeit/Cloned Product Detection

 

BY JOSEPH FEDERICO NJMET, NJ

NJMET is proud to present its state of the art comprehensive inspection process, to test your electronic component products preventing counterfeit product distribution. With inspection centers in the US, the NJMET Family of Laboratories is prepared to address all of your distribution needs and concerns. NJMET’s comprehensive inspection program is geared to protect you against counterfeit/cloned acquisition.

NJMET’s trained engineers use a multi-process Mission Imposter inspection detection system in order to identify counterfeit/clone products. The process begins with analyzing the shipping and packaging. It continues with the parts undergoing several levels of inspection including: marking and dimension checks, internal visual analysis, material analysis and electrical testing to insure the safety of your distribution transaction.


Incoming Inspection
ESD: Electrostatic Discharge Surface Inspection
Physical Dimension
Sample 3 Units Per Date Code
Marking Permanency
Radiographic Inspection
Internal Visual Verification
Group A Electrical Testing
Material Analysis
SEM: Scan Electron Microscopy
EDXA: Energy Dispersive X-Ray Spectroscopy
FTIR: Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy
XRF: X-Ray Fluorescence Energy Dispersive
CSAM: Acoustic Microscopy
Accelerated Life Testing
Engineering Consultation

     

The process of inspection was designed in a four phase infrastructure which has proven to be an industry remedy in the early detection of non authentic electronic components. For more information on updates on the cloned product detection, please call Joseph Federico at NJ MET Clifton, NJ at (973) 546-5393. Please visit NJMET at www.njmetmtl.com