QA Technology Company’s philosophy embraces the concepts of Total Customer Satisfaction, Continual Improvement, and Teamwork as the vehicles for achieving our goals of providing the best products and services to our Customers. Our registration to ISO 9001:2008 demonstrates our commitment to Quality and the effectiveness of our Quality System. Although our Quality Assurance efforts encompass all aspects of our operations, the strict and comprehensive monitoring of our processes and products is the cornerstone of our Quality System and is an attribute which distinguishes us from our competition.
FEINMETALL offers a wide range of contact probes for the electric, electronic and automotive industry as well as for applications in medical technology, in telecommunications, in semiconductor test and in battery cell manufacturing. The four new application specific catalogs show the best practice solutions for your needs.
PTR has always produced quality. Since 1979, the name of PTR has stood for excellence and innovation in the field of terminal and testing technology. Thanks to our steadily expand- ing product portfolio, over the years we have acquired a significant share of the worldwide market for electromechanical components. Our merger with the Swiss firm of Phoenix Mecano in 1989 strengthened our worldwide presence.
idi probe offers a wide range of spring contact probes to meet your testing requirements and has long been recognized as the world’s largest probe manufacturer. With over 60 different probe series that includes our standard Board Test Fixture Probes as well as our Specialty Test Probes, we provide a full portfolio designed for general purpose test on bare boards, loaded printed circuit boards, surface mount assemblies and other forms of test.
In 1995 we made the decision to begin designing and manufacturing custom test sockets for the power electronics and aerospace relay industries. One of the main components, needed, was Kelvin pins. Initially, we planned to purchase them from one of the established suppliers, but after much research were unable to find a suitable candidate.