Dear Customers of Micro Control Company, As you are aware, in order to slow the community spread of COVID-19, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz issued Emergency Executive Order 20-20 entitled “Directing Minnesotans to Stay Home,” which went into effect on March 27, 2020. Governor Walz’s Order directed all persons currently living within the State of Minnesota to stay at home or in their place of residence except to engage in certain exempted activities or to engage in “Critical Sector” work as defined by the Order. Out of an abundance of caution, Micro Control Company chose to … Read More
Dear Customers of Micro Control Company, It has been an extraordinary few weeks as our world faces historic challenges with the growing COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. The state of Minnesota is no different. As the number of confirmed cases in Minnesota rises, Governor Walz has enacted a shelter-in-place order for the state to take place at 11:59pm on Friday, March 27th. All nonessential businesses have been ordered to shutter office locations for the time being. Unfortunately, MCC falls under this order. What does that mean for you and your company? Physical items such as burn-in boards … Read More
As of July 25, 2018 Micro Control will end its support of the HPB 2 and HPB 3 systems. Please go to our systems page or call us to discuss the new burn-in technology available to you through the LC-2, HPB-5C, and HPB-4 systems.
As of 02/14/2018 the ABES series systems will no longer be supported by Micro Control Company. Please visit our systems page for information about our current line of burn-in with test systems. For more information please click here.
Customers in need of customized but cost-effective printed-circuit-board (PCB) solutions can find them at Micro Control Company, a versatile provider of electronic manufacturing services (EMS) that can meet a wide range of customer requirements. The firm employs the latest electronic manufacturing technology on its assembly floor to achieve different component configurations and meet the needs of modern design engineers. The privately held business was founded in 1972 to provide manufacturing test and burn-in equipment for some of the world’s largest semiconductor manufacturers. The company expanded into EMS in 1994, becoming a high-mix, low-and-medium-volume manufacturer of … Read More