Wednesday, November 9, 2011

A Horse is a Horse of Course, But a Zebra Can Change His Stripes

While others may continue to travel the same old path . . . . . . .  

ESCS Electronic Supply Chain Solutions has taken a new direction and changed it stripes like this zebra. ESCS is now only an AS9120 certified franchise distributor. ESCS developed of a strong line card of authorized or franchised lines and stocks the inventory of many of those whom we represent. This shift in philosophy will guarantee our customers acquire first quality products and safeguard their supply chain. ESCS has established a factory representatives sample program tailored to put our customers on the fast-trac for prototypes to better compete in the marketplace.
To communicate our products ESCS has developed its ESCS ULTRA Satisfactory Guaranteed Seal. The web site showcases content by part number and market sectors. ULTRA manufactures we market have made a commitment to better identify their products. Visit ESCS and prepare to be amazed and more than satisfied.

Monday, August 22, 2011

HP's TouchPad for $99.00 at Electronic Supply Chain Solutions are not available but these LED glasses are!!!

Many people called Electronic Supply Chain Solutions asking if they could get a deal for an HP TouchPad for just $99.00 . We too were in search for this great deal and did manage to score one at Barnes and Noble earlier today. Good Deals at ESCS are in the forcast as we hope to offer items from our 3M franchise such as these really cool  LED lighted saftey glasses sold at just $125.00 per case of ten plus shipping. That is a deal worth contacting Electronic Supply Chain Solutions for.

Thursday, August 4, 2011

What does ESCS & Black Eyed Peas have in common?

We love to draw attention to FIRST® Robotics

Mark your calendar for Sunday, August 14 to watch " FIRST: Science is Rock & Roll"
 -- a back-to-school TV special about FIRST, airing on the ABC TV Network at 7PM ET. FIRST – Science is Rock and Roll is a ground breaking, one-hour special promoting education, science, and technology and features an electric hour of highlights from the 20th Annual FIRST Championship. This very special celebration of technology features performances by The Black Eyed Peas and Willow Smith, as well as special appearances from a host of high profile celebrities such as Justin Bieber, Jack Black, Bono, Miranda Cosgrove, Miley Cyrus, Josh Duhamel, Willow Smith, Britney Spears, Snoop Dogg, Justin Timberlake, and Steven Tyler speaking out to support STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education. FIRST – Science is Rock and Roll airs SUNDAY, AUGUST 14 (7:00-8:00 p.m., ET) on The ABC Television Network.

As many of you already know ESCS has been a sponsor of FIRST Robotics Team KRUNCH 79 in Clearwater FL going back to 2005. Honeywell and Jabil Circuit and other major companies in the tampa bay area have been with this team for many years. Team Krunch has a number of 79 so seeing teams with numbers in the thousands demonstrates their maturity and the success FIRST Robotics has enjoyed over the last 20 years Check out FIRST on: Aug. 14th! This may be the last time you see the Black Eyed Peas however Electronic Supply Chain Solutions & FIRST's future looks bright!

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Tin Whiskers ? What are tin whiskers?

Electronic Supply Chain Solutions thinks you should know

WHEN: Sept. 14-15, 2011  WHERE: Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center,

University of Maryland, College Park, MD

Contact: Dr. Michael Osterman (

Tin whiskers present a unique challenge to the electronics industry. There have been numbers of electronics failures in the market caused by tin whiskers since the 1940s. Since 2000, the majority of electronic component manufacturers are now using pure tin or tin-rich alloys for terminal and lead finishes as a result of the global transition to lead-free electronics. The increased use of tin-based lead-free finishes and materials has focused concern and research on tin whiskers, particularly for long-life and mission-critical applications, such as space, aviation, and implantable medical devices.

A tin whisker is a conductive tin crystal that can spontaneously grow from tin-based lead-free finished surfaces, even at room temperature, often in a needle-like form. Oxidation in a humid atmosphere, corrosion, intermetallic formation, stress under thermal cycling, external pressure in fine-pitch connectors, and electromigration have been shown to promote whisker formation. However, acceleration models for whisker growth are very limited or nonexistent.

Symposium presentations will cover case histories, theories of tin whisker growth, experiments and results, risk evaluation methods, and risk mitigation strategies.

Proceedings from prior International Symposia on Tin Whiskers can be found at:

Organized by The Center for Advanced Life Cycle Engineering (CALCE)

Another Lesson Learned and now you know more than when you started reading this Information Resource sponsored by the staff at ESCS