Burn-in is a technique used to increase the quality of components and systems by operating the item under normal or accelerated environmental conditions prior to shipment. If a burn-in procedure is effective, the weak population in the product should be eliminated. Items that are delivered to the consumer are superior to those that would have been delivered without burn-in. The commonly used criteria for evaluating the effectiveness of burn-in testing are: maximum mean residual life, maximum probability of mission success after burn-in, etc. Here at TFS we like to ensure that every product that leaves our door is thoroughly tested before reaching its next destination.
We take pride in thoroughly testing everything to its limits before it leaves our door. Our burn-in testing allows us to find the weak parts of each device that are expected to fail during the burn-in period, and then we replace these parts. This in turn helps in proactive prevention of device failures and other latent failures so that our customers have a smooth experience with our products.