Curve Trace Solutions to Fit Your Needs
RTI is a leading supplier of automated curve tracers and curve trace software to the semiconductor industry. We serve a range of customers from chipmakers and major OEMs to packaging companies and private labs. Our solutions are optimized for curve trace test systems which can be used in manual or automatic curve tracing.
Automated Curve Tracing
The MT Century, MultiTrace, and MegaTrace curve tracers provide a wide range of automation options and solutions. From opens and shorts testing to powered curve trace and latch-up testing on complex multi-power supply devices.
Automated curve tracing is used in failure analysis, reliability engineering, product development engineering, and other quality engineering labs as a non-destructive test method to objectively assess electrical damage on circuits or pins of semiconductor IC devices.
At RTI, we customize test fixtures and DUT boards to connect various packages to our curve trace test systems which can expand your range of test types for your devices and packages. We also provide technical support on all of our curve trace fixtures, interfaces, and models.
Automated Curve Tracers and Software
RTI’s curve trace models have similar capabilities and run the same software. The difference between the models lies in the pin count and the types of test fixtures used to connect to your DUT boards. Our basic model, MT Century, is the most popular curve tracer and supports devices up to 100 pins. Watch the video below to learn more about our automated curve tracers.
Manual Curve Tracing
RTI supports manual curve tracing methods with manual switch boxes, interfaces, and DUT boards.
Manual Switch Boxes are a 96-pin toggle box that simplifies a variety of bias conditions and are compatible with test fixtures, spring pin interfaces, and DUT boards.
RTI’s interfaces and DUT boards can be universal or dedicated and are interchangeable for flexibility in test. Dedicated boards are engineered for a device-specific test socket while universal test sockets and DUT boards accept multiple array-based devices with the same pitch. DUT boards connect to one or more 96 channel manual switch box(es) via ribbon cables on the MultiTrace. RTI supports multiple DUT board families and pin count ranges.