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Wednesday, November 18 • 11:00am - 11:45am
S2: Printed Circuit & Wiring Board Reliability

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Sensors and their circuit designs deserve best in class performance. Advances in today’s electronic applications depend upon sophisticated PCB technology. If it doesn’t work, the whole product will be compromised. By demonstrating the PCB performs reliably, the end applications and use of sensors can continue to thrive. In this session, UL details how to best test advanced circuits so sensor and end product manufacturers know the performance boundaries of their designs. Critical functions can be verified and are known to be trusted upon. UL also shares the role of Lab Testing & Certification in the Design Process as well as compare and contrast testing in-house vs independent 3rd party. At the end of this session, UL seeks feedback from the sensors community on how best to address their needs. This market is rapidly evolving, and new sensor types and categories are introduced every quarter. UL wishes to advance the sensors community’s consumer confidence by ensuring the community has a voice in standards development.

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Crystal Vanderpan

Principal Engineering Manager, Consumer Technology, UL LLC
Crystal leads the global principal engineers for Safety, EMC and Wireless technologies for UL Consumer Technology. She and her team are the driving force for technical competency, global consistency, integrity and engineering quality as well as the establishment, maintenance and application... Read More →

Wednesday November 18, 2020 11:00am - 11:45am PST
Meeting Room 212AB