FormFactor Introduces High-Power Semiconductor Wafer Probing System for Automotive, Renewable Energy, and Industrial Applications
Automotive, energy and industrial applications drive growth today in power devices; analysts at Yole Développement (Yole) projected in
Key features of the TESLA300 include:
- Accurate, high-yield, drain-to-source resistance (Rds) vertical device measurements over temperature, automated and assured through FormFactor’s unique Contact Intelligence™ technology and powerful Velox 3 engineering software.
- Industry-leading measurement performance, with patented MicroChamber® shielded test environment, and TESLA FemtoGuard™ thermal chuck with AttoGuard® and MicroVac™ technologies for low contact resistance and high temperature uniformity.
- Flexible wafer handling, up to 300mm in wafer size, with semi or fully-automated configuration.
- Full thermal testing from -60 to +300°C.
- Integrated, TÜV-certified safety system for high-voltage measurements.
“The increased demand for power semiconductors from the automotive market is fueling IDMs/foundries to move more production to 300mm wafers while maintaining strict zero-defect quality standards,” said
*Yole Développement (Yole),
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