40 Years of Quality Assurance Expertise
Syrma’s expert quality assurance team reduces the risk of new products, backed by 40 years of experience. Our processes revolve around five key areas of quality assurance, verified by 20 different tests. Reliability and safety tests evaluate planning and execution for incoming and outgoing parts. We maintain internationally-recognized QA certifications, including ISO 9001, ISO 13485, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, and IATF 16949, as well as achieving a Philips Sustainability Audit Green-Rated Supplier rating. Our assembly technicians include certified J-STD-001 specialists, and our production and quality control managers are IPC-A-610 certified. We maintain all requirements of IPC 610 Class 3 (Class 2 standard) and ANSI/NCSL Z540.3.
QA Testing Engineers & Equipment
Our QA standards include sophisticated, automated optical inspection (AOI) equipment checks. PCB assemblies are fully inspected for various potential defects. X-ray inspection methods check solder integrity of leadless components. Our highly trained, experienced test engineers provide automated functional testing, as well as environmental stressing to exact customer specifications. Our testing equipment includes: Mitutoyo coordinate measuring machine; video measuring machine; profile projector (125Khz LCR meter); solder paste viscosity meter and height measurement; customized automated test equipment; X-ray inspection system; ATT Micro tester for inductance, turns ratio, DC resistance; environment and thermal shock chamber; and vibration and bump tester.
Supplier, System, & Outgoing QA
Our comprehensive supplier QA includes new qualification, performance feedback and corrective actions, periodic process audits, new parts/source inspection, first article evaluation, and components failure analysis. For system QA, we conduct in-process yield monitoring, with ideas for improvement; periodic process audits, qualification of new products, ECN/DN verifications, product failure analysis, new QA system implementation, QA system audits, and documentation control. Outgoing QA includes sampling inspection, corrective actions for lot rejections at OQA, monitoring the quality level of our products, receiving customer feedback, analysis, and promptly implementing corrective actions as necessary.