Electrostatic (ESD) Management

An Introduction to Electrostatic (ESD) Management

We experience occurrences of static electricity everyday. For example, walking along a carpeted floor in a heated room during winter generates sufficient static electricity to give us a rather shocking experience when we touch the door knob. While this sudden discharge of static electricity does not result in any harm to the human body, it can be very damaging to electronic devices which are sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD). It is possible for electronic devices to be damaged by ESD that is imperceptible to the human body. This document is intended to shed some light on the sources of ESD and provides guidelines on the prevention and control of ESD.

Highlights and Core Features

  • Lost Time
  • Loss of Connection
  • Loss of Data
  • Shocks to Personnel
  • Upset to A System Requiring A Re-Boot
  • Damage to Equipment
  • Equipment Hardware Failure

Electrostatic (ESD) Management

What kind of ESD equipment you are using in your factory? Is that wrist trap or ionizer? No matter what kind you are using, we can upgrade and help you to manage and monitor:

-Who is working but not wearing wrist trap.

-States of all ionizers in the room.

-History of ESD checking.