T-Forum, la vera HiFi alla portata di tutti
Benvenuto nel T-Forum!
Connettiti in modo da farti riconoscere come membro affezionato, oppure registrati così potrai partecipare attivamente alle discussioni.
Ultimi argomenti
» handshell completa giradischi Sony PS LX 3
Oggi alle 2:32 Da valterneri

» Vostre esperienze di inversione di polarità
Oggi alle 1:07 Da lello64

» Un aiuto per una profana totale!
Oggi alle 0:45 Da giucam61

» Mettere i diffusori "sdraiati". Controindicazioni?
Oggi alle 0:09 Da donluca

» Consiglio Primo impianto HiFi
Oggi alle 0:01 Da Kha-Jinn

» Appello per driver
Ieri alle 23:56 Da Olegol

» Rip DSD
Ieri alle 22:39 Da uncletoma

» Ipotesi Preamplificatore per finale NAD
Ieri alle 18:43 Da p.cristallini

» Chromecast Audio - Vostre opinioni ed esperienze
Ieri alle 18:40 Da nerone

» hertz hd8 vs audison bit one
Ieri alle 18:27 Da scontin

» Quale Full range 3" scegliere?
Ieri alle 16:28 Da Zio

» Topic'it, nuova applicazione mobile per il T-Forum
Ieri alle 15:22 Da uncletoma

» Minidisc & Batteria
Ieri alle 15:01 Da livio151

» Vu meter audio
Ieri alle 14:42 Da Albert^ONE

» Indiana Line Dj 308
Ieri alle 12:38 Da Masterix

» Cavo I2S
Ieri alle 12:34 Da Masterix

» [AN] Interfaccia/trasporto XMOS USB
Ieri alle 11:07 Da Masterix

» Dac
Ieri alle 10:14 Da giucam61

» FX 802 vs Bantam Monoblock vs Nad 325BEE
Ieri alle 8:23 Da GP9

» [NA] Vendo Asus Xonar Essence One - 280 euro spedita
Gio 19 Ott 2017 - 17:27 Da MrTheCarbon

» Radio Internet
Gio 19 Ott 2017 - 17:24 Da Lhifi

» [PA] Vendo Giradischi Project genie rpm 1.3
Gio 19 Ott 2017 - 17:01 Da mastri81

» mcintosh mx 132 sempre "mute"
Gio 19 Ott 2017 - 16:59 Da marco stentella

» player di rete denon o marantz , ne vale la pena?
Gio 19 Ott 2017 - 16:46 Da ftalien77

» "Soundbreaking", una serie di documentari che mi entusiasma
Gio 19 Ott 2017 - 11:50 Da pallapippo

» Diffusore triste, voglio provare
Gio 19 Ott 2017 - 10:19 Da V-Twin

» (TE) Vendo cuffia HiFiMan HE560 VENDUTE
Gio 19 Ott 2017 - 9:46 Da 55dsl

» Cavi per questo sistema
Gio 19 Ott 2017 - 1:16 Da MaxBal

» [RM] Pre phono - Cambridge Audio 651P
Mer 18 Ott 2017 - 22:48 Da diechirico

» [RM] Amplificatore Cambridge Audio Azur 640A V2.0
Mer 18 Ott 2017 - 22:47 Da diechirico

Statistiche
Abbiamo 11088 membri registrati
L'ultimo utente registrato è Lorenzo Mannucci

I nostri membri hanno inviato un totale di 797610 messaggi in 51714 argomenti
I postatori più attivi della settimana
giucam61
 
Masterix
 
ftalien77
 
lello64
 
Kha-Jinn
 
clipper
 
nicola.corro
 
uncletoma
 
dinamanu
 
Pinve
 

I postatori più attivi del mese
lello64
 
giucam61
 
nerone
 
dinamanu
 
ftalien77
 
Masterix
 
Kha-Jinn
 
Albert^ONE
 
kalium
 
GP9
 

Migliori postatori
Stentor (20392)
 
DACCLOR65 (19633)
 
schwantz34 (15532)
 
Silver Black (15485)
 
nd1967 (12803)
 
flovato (12509)
 
Biagio De Simone (10275)
 
piero7 (9854)
 
wasky (9229)
 
fritznet (9199)
 

Chi è in linea
In totale ci sono 33 utenti in linea: 0 Registrati, 1 Nascosto e 32 Ospiti :: 2 Motori di ricerca

Nessuno

[ Vedere la lista completa ]


Il numero massimo di utenti online contemporaneamente è stato 4379 il Lun 25 Mag 2015 - 15:01
Flusso RSS


Yahoo! 
MSN 
AOL 
Netvibes 
Bloglines 


Bookmarking sociale

Bookmarking sociale Digg  Bookmarking sociale Delicious  Bookmarking sociale Reddit  Bookmarking sociale Stumbleupon  Bookmarking sociale Slashdot  Bookmarking sociale Yahoo  Bookmarking sociale Google  Bookmarking sociale Blinklist  Bookmarking sociale Blogmarks  Bookmarking sociale Technorati  




Conserva e condividi l'indirizzo di T-Forum, la vera HiFi alla portata di tutti sul tuo sito sociale bookmarking


I danni dei componenti elettronici contraffatti

Vedere l'argomento precedente Vedere l'argomento seguente Andare in basso

I danni dei componenti elettronici contraffatti

Messaggio  pincellone il Mer 15 Ott 2008 - 14:19

Purtroppo l'articolo e' in inglese...

http://www.aeri.com/counterfeit-electronic-components.asp


Counterfeit Electronic Components are Putting Millions of Lives at Risk


You have heard about counterfeit Gucci handbags, Rolex watches and Callaway golf clubs that can be had for pennies on the dollar. It seems almost comical to be able to buy a $5,000 watch for $60, but when it comes to counterfeit electronic components it is anything but funny. Electronic components are a part of the products that we count on every day. From the pacemaker that keeps many of our parent’s hearts beating to the airplane that holds our lives in the balance between takeoff and landing, we are at the mercy of electronic components everywhere we turn.Our lives are quite literally depending on the reliability of electronic products but the rise of counterfeit components turns that dependence into a frightening game of chance. Do you really want to fly in a plane that is using counterfeit electronic components to manage the flight controls?

The counterfeiting process also affects the lives of men, women, and children living in the more impoverished areas of the world. Half of all of the computers disposed of globally are illegally sent to countries like China, India and Nigeria to remove the valuable parts and materials. It is estimated that 50% of children 12 years or older in the so called “e-waste” cities have dangerous levels of lead in their blood. This will lead to devastating health problems and severely decreased IQs for these already disadvantaged children. Many of the affected children are actually used in the process of counterfeiting. Even those that are not part of the trade are surrounded by the environmental hazards such as the constant burning of the final scrap which leaves a haze of chemical smoke in the air.



Costs? What are the ramifications and costs associated with counterfeit components?


In the last six months there has been an exponential rise in the amount of counterfeit electronic components being distributed in markets all over the world. If the rise of counterfeit electronic parts continues to grow at the current pace the electronics industry is destined to suffer major financial losses and will be at risk for the potential loss of millions of lives due to failed parts and environmental abuses.

For example an order of 100,000 pieces of a $.01 counterfeit capacitor (total $1,000) can end up costing millions to rectify. When counterfeit parts mounted on to circuit boards that are used in consumer products fail it can lead to increased field service calls, warranty issues, a recall of all of the products or heaven forbid injuries that turn into lawsuits. That seemingly great deal can end up costing a manufacturer millions in losses and downtime.

Even if the products never make it to the consumer, it is much more expensive to remove the parts from the boards and replace them than the original $.01 purchase price. We all know that there are automated machines that assemble everything today, but there are not automated component removal systems. Rework has to be done by hand, which is much more expensive. And if you bought parts from multiple suppliers you will first need to test every circuit board to see which ones have the faulty product.

Most manufacturers are doing very little to keep counterfeits out of their supply chains. It is extremely difficult and expensive to keep track of every part and its origin. The component manufacturers are recommending that equipment manufacturers purchase products only from authorized distributors. That is great in a perfect world, but component manufacturers discontinue products regularly and they are also known to have long lead times on many items that equipment manufacturers cannot always plan ahead for. The independent distributor/broker is a necessary part of a purchasing program.

Counterfeits are not going away any time soon. It will not be long before all equipment manufacturers realize that they need to be more selective when choosing suppliers and learn better counterfeit detection methods. Just one counterfeit experience will open their eyes to this growing dilemma. It is not only about price and delivery anymore. The manufacturers need to know what processes are in place at their supplier’s warehouse to detect counterfeit components.

Almost every manufacturer American Electronic Resource works with is interested in information regarding the counterfeit dilemma and what we are doing about it. If they have not received counterfeits themselves they have associates that have experienced a counterfeit debacle within their organization. Ongoing vigilance by both independent distributor/brokers in procuring electronic components and manufacturers in purchasing only from reputable suppliers is required to reduce the risks caused by counterfeit parts


.
avatar
pincellone
Membro classe argento
Membro classe argento

Data d'iscrizione : 14.06.08
Numero di messaggi : 2867
Località : Troppo lontano da casa mia...
Occupazione/Hobby : Cercare di migliorare le cose
Provincia (Città) : Tra i fiori il ciliegio, tra gli uomini il guerriero
Impianto : Si sente bene, almeno per me.

Tornare in alto Andare in basso

Re: I danni dei componenti elettronici contraffatti

Messaggio  Silver Black il Mer 15 Ott 2008 - 15:39

Una triste, triste realtà.

_________________
T-Forum, non solo classe T.
www.tforumhifi.com

Se ti piace la fotografia iscriviti a Lucegrafia, il forum di Fotografia per veri appassionati!
"Una fotografia prima la senti, poi la vedi". (Fabrizio Guerra, fotografo)
www.lucegrafia.net
avatar
Silver Black
Amministratore
Amministratore

Data d'iscrizione : 04.02.08
Numero di messaggi : 15485
Località : Veneto, Italia
Occupazione/Hobby : Software developer - Istruttore di Muay Thai
Provincia (Città) : Vicenza (Bassano del Grappa)
Impianto :
Spoiler:
Impianto: ampli: VirtueTwo.2 + JT Dynamic Power Supply (30V, 10A, 300W); diffusori: Proson Conquest 6030 MKII; sorgente: Oppo DV970; cavi segnale: Monster Cable MKII; cavi potenza: Qed Micro






http://www.silvercybertech.com

Tornare in alto Andare in basso

Vedere l'argomento precedente Vedere l'argomento seguente Tornare in alto

- Argomenti simili

 
Permessi di questa sezione del forum:
Non puoi rispondere agli argomenti in questo forum