These IR Imaging Systems contain dedicated IR objective lenses and components that are corrected for chromatic aberrations and designed for 700-1300nm wavelengths.
With the demand for thinner and more compact electronic components, it becomes increasingly important to perform internal inspection to ensure product intergrity. A near-infrared microscope supports non-destructive inspection and analysis of regions blocked to visible light, including SiP (System in Package), stacked package, and CSP (Chip Size Package).
In the case of the flip chip bonding, the bonding sections and patterns are inaccessible after packaging for inspection using a routine optical microscope. With a near-infrared microscope, however, non-destructive internal observation of an IC chip after packaging is possible by the transmission properties of silicon. This technique makes failure analysis of the flip chip package a simple one and is also effective for identifying locations to be processed with FIB (Focused Ion Beam).
Non-destructive inspection of wafer level CSP detects changes due to heat or moisture during testing. In addition, leaks due to fusion or corrosion of copper wiring and peeling of resin can be clearly observed.
This series is capable of observing larger samples such as 150-300mm wafers.
Its compact design allows for a easy integration into larger equipment.
* Please contact Olympus through Olympus Home Page for IR camera and imaging software.
Integration of near-infrared optical units with a compatible microscope frame enables a near-infrared observation microscope. For the detail of compatible microscopes, refer to the Specification of each microscope.
For Infrared Reflected Light Observation
> MX61A: Motorized Model Compatible with a 300mm Wafer while Enabling Integrated Control over the Peripheral Devices
> MX61L/ MX61: Motorized Model Compatible with 300 mm/ 200 mm Wafers
> MX51: Manual Model Compatible with a 150mm Wafer
> BX51M: Universal Model Compatible with a Wide Variety of Observations Under Different Illumination from Brightfield to Fluorescence
For Infrared Reflected/Transmitted Light Observation
> BX61: Motorized Model Optimal for Laborsaving of Operations
> BX51: Universal Model Compatible with a Wide Variety of Observations Under Different Illumination from Brightfield to Fluorescence