With electrical excitation applied to the samples, the PCB burn-in process is usually conducted at 125ºC. The burn-in process is facilitated by using burn-in boards where the samples are loaded. These burn-in boards are then inserted into the burn-in oven which supplies the voltages to the samples while maintaining the oven temperature at 125ºC. The electrical bias applied may either be static or dynamic.
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