Understanding your XRF: A Guide for Electronics Plating

Learn XRF best practice for electronics plating thickness measurements. Download your copy of the guide for electronics plating

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XRF is used in many industries for non-destructive elemental analysis. For the electronics industry – where plating thickness measurements on small, densely-packed areas must be accurate and precise – the technology is adapted to handle complex geometries and tiny features. XRF analysis is up to the task but taking measurements on modern electronics isn’t always straightforward.

At Hitachi, we’ve been designing XRF coatings analyzers specifically for the unique challenges of the electronics industry for over 45 years. In that time, we’ve learned a lot about best practices, and we’ve put that knowledge into our most comprehensive user guide yet - ‘Understanding your XRF: A Guide for Electronics Plating’. This easy-to-read guide aims to give you a better understanding of XRF to know what situations may need special attention, how to handle those situations and how to improve your testing program.

Understanding your XRF: A Guide for Electronics Plating includes:

  • How XRF works and what you can do with the technique
  • How to identify challenging situations and get the right result every time
  • How to choose the right measurement technique for plating thickness, RoHS screening and other analyzers
  • Explanation and comparison of traditional collimation and polycapillary optics

The guide also includes advice on speeding up measurements while maintaining accuracy and an overview of our electronics plating analyzers.

To download your free copy of Understanding your XRF: A Guide for Electronics Plating, just fill in the form for immediate access.

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