3 Forbes Rd
Lexington, MA 02421
Reliability Society and co-sponsored NE Chapter ESDA
The ESD analysis of automation equipment is complex, not well understood and often done incorrectly. The escalating use of Class 0 (ultra-sensitive) devices and high failure rates has made this analysis critically important. You will learn how to apply advanced ESD event detection test equipment for ESD Class 0, how to more readily identify sources of ESD stress within automation equipment and how to qualify automation equipment for 50 Volt CDM applications.
This presentation will be highly interactive with in-plant photographs, videos and compelling Class 0 case studies. The photographs illustrate the details of appropriate measurements and how to avoid the numerous pitfalls.
This meeting will be held on Wednesday, January 10, 2018 at 3 Forbes Road, Lexington, MA.
5:30-6:00 PM: Sign in, refreshments, and personal networking
6:00-6:10 PM: Chapter Chair greetings and announcements
6:10-7:45 PM: Presentation, Ted Dangelmayer, Dangelmayer Associates LLC
7:45-7:55 PM: Q&A session, meeting adjourns
Ted Dangelmayer of Dangelmayer Associates, LLC
Ted Dangelmayer is the president of Dangelmayer Associates, LLC and has assembled an ESD consulting team consisting of the foremost authorities in virtually all ESD areas of both product design and manufacturing. He received the “Outstanding Contribution” award and the EOS/ESD Association, Inc. “Founders” award. He was president of EOS/ESD Association, Inc., chairman of the ESDA standards committee, and general chairman of the EOS/ESD Symposium. He has published two editions of his book, ESD Program Management, numerous magazine articles, and technical papers. Ted holds three patents and is iNARTE certified. He is currently president of the Northeast local chapter of EOS/ESD Association, Inc., a member of the ESDA education Council, ESDA Marketing Team, Advanced Technologies Team and ESDA Publicity Team. Email: email@example.com
Meeting Location: 3 Forbes Rd, Lexington, Massachusetts, 02421
Directions to 3 Forbes Road, Lexington, MA:
• Take Route 128/I-95 to Exit 30B, Route 2A Westbound.
• At the first traffic light, turn left onto Forbes Road.
• Go to the end of the street.
• At the traffic circle, turn right.
• Go halfway around the traffic circle and turn into the parking lot for MIT Lincoln Laboratory.
• The main entrance is straight ahead, shared with “agenus”.