Compliance to Order and Datasheet





Compare to manufacturers’ datasheet and customers’ order and validate the components and packaging.





The Threats:


  1. By comparing components and packaging to the datasheet, suspect counterfeit electronic components can be identified.
  2. Mismatch of box, labels, packages, components’ marking could arise due to human mistakes such delivering of a wrong item or within a wrong package or box.







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Step 1:


Box, Package and labels. Comparing the dimension, content, labels information and barcodes to the customer’s order as well as to the manufacturers’ datasheet.

Manufacturer name and logo, part number, date code, lot numbers, quantity, country of origin, location and form of original factory labels, barcode reading must match to order and datasheet. 

Any mismatch, misspelling or discrepancy could be caused due to human mistakes, improper packaging or suspect counterfeit product.

Additional examination and progressive tests are required.


Step 2:


Component and marking.

The marking on the tested lot must be identical to the marking information as described in the manufacturer datasheet, including the location and format of logo, P/N, date codes and lot codes.

The number of mold cavities, and their location and size, must be identical to datasheet.

The components’ packaging dimensions are measured and compared to diagram and table of dimension in the datasheet (Mechanical Measurements). 

The P/N, date code and lot code must match to the customers’ order.



Parts will be considered suspected if:  


Any mismatch, misspelling or discrepancy found between the box/package/labels to the manufacturers’ datasheet.

Any inconsistency or discrepancy found between the components to the datasheet.



Our Quality Inspection:


Microscopy Inspection

Electrical Measurement

Marking Permanency

Dimensions Measurement

Compliance to Order and Datasheet

Storing and Packaging