March 2023 Edition: Ample Solutions Quality Assurance Centre High-risk or Counterfeit Part Report
Ample Solutions is a leading electronic component distributor in Asia, known for our commitment to quality assurance (QA) standards. In fact, Ample Solutions was the first to establish an internationally recognised QA centre in China. At the heart of our QA efforts is a dedicated and skilled team of professionals, each with their own unique role and responsibilities. Watch the video below to meet the members of Ample Solutions' QA team and learn more about their invaluable contributions to maintaining the highest standards of quality control.
Inside Ample Solutions' QA Centre: Meet the Team
Our QA team works tirelessly to ensure that no counterfeit parts go undetected. We have consolidated a report comprising the intercepted parts via the Tier 1 and Tier 2 inspections in the month of March 2023, to help clients make informed decisions and avoid potential risks.
Tier 1 Inspection Intercepted Part List
What is Tier 1 inspection? This refers to the process of labelling and packaging verification by comparing shipment labels with the original label and packaging in the Ample Solutions label database. Tier 1 inspection has an interception rate of 90%.
(The table below is not the full version of the report, please reach out to email@example.com for full report)
Tier 2 Inspection Intercepted Part List
What is Tier 2 inspection? This refers to visual & marking inspection by using the LEICA microscope with a magnification up to 160x, to inspect the interior and exterior sides of the component for its dimensions and check for scratches, polishing, breakage or oxidation on the BGA. Tier 2 inspection boasts a interception rate.
The full March report of Ample Solutions QA Centre, including the origin, date code, and images of the parts, cannot be made public due to data classification. If you would like to learn more, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for the full report.
High-risk or counterfeit part list in March from the ERAI Reported Parts Database
Note: This database contains information on non-conforming parts reported by ERAI members globally, and we have consolidated the reported parts in March 2023 for your reference.
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