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Aehr Receives Initial Order for FOX-XP DiePak Carriers for Mobile Device Sensors with new Optical Output Monitoring and Power Regulation per DUT

Aehr Test Systems a worldwide supplier of semiconductor test and reliability qualification equipment, announced a design win and an initial order for multiple DiePak Carriers for test and burn-in of its lead customer’s next generation 3D sensor modules for mobile devices. The customer will use these Aehr proprietary DiePaks for production qualification, test, and burn-in of these devices prior to volume production orders for additional DiePaks forecasted for later in Aehr’s current fiscal year.

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Gayn Erickson, President and CEO of Aehr Test Systems, commented, “We are excited to receive this order for a new design that expands deployment of our test solutions to additional devices with this large multinational customer and to engage with them earlier in the design cycle of their next generation 3D sensor modules. We continue to work closely with them and have resources on site for both engineering and production deployment of our tools during COVID-19. Aehr is seeing an uptick in interest of our FOX systems and DiePaks for production test and burn-in of complex 2D and 3D sensors in multiple mobile applications and we continue to be optimistic about this market space.

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“Our FOX-XP solution has many advanced technical capabilities needed for testing and burning-in these devices to meet the critical quality, reliability, and traceability requirements of this customer for their latest sensor modules. This high-power configuration of our FOX-XP system is available with up to nine individual Blades that can each test up to 1,024 devices per DiePak Carrier. In addition, the system is capable of heating or cooling devices using a proprietary design using thermal conductivity, which is much more accurate than thermal convection. It can manage up to 2 kW of thermal power and over 1000 amps per DiePak to ensure that each device’s desired junction temperature is maintained very accurately.”

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