High Performance Electronics Development from LBL Scientific
Static Charge is one of the least understood obstacles to profitable manufacturing
.LBL Scientific provides creative solutions to remove the obstacles!! Whether your business is a semiconductor fab, electronics manufacturing, fiber optics, product assembly in a cleanroom or flat panel manufacturing. Whether you are facing microcontamination issues. robotic misbehavior or ESD damage, LBL has the experience to help you
Because Levit has no allegiance to any manufacturing companies, his solutions offer the best product and the best price from the right vendor for each job.
Larry Levit, founder of LBL Scientific has worked in the static charge control industry for over 15 years and in High Energy Physics for 25 years. His work at LeCroy as Chief Scientist led to electronic products that enabled physicists to win 6 Nobel Prizes.. He can guide you to a more profitable factory by elliminating the sources of ESD damage, mitigating microcontamination issues and identifying EMI from ESD that is effecting your robotics and automated test systems.
New! Latest Articles by Levit delivered at the 2015 ESDA Symposium, Reno NV, September 27-October 2, 2015
IEST Course Scheduled by Larry Levit
The upcoming 2016 ESTECH Conference and Tutorials will be held May 2-5 2016 in Glendale Arizona
For details of the meeting see
A seminar will be presented by Levit:
ESD Working Group Chaired by Levit - Call for New Members
WG-CC022: Electrostatic Charge in Cleanrooms and Other Controlled Environments — Larry Levit
Thursday, May 5 • 1:00 - 3:00 p.m
There are several standards produced by a number of organizations that tell the user how to measure the effectiveness of various electrostatic charge control techniques. IEST has decided to take a different approach to measurements. By providing the underlying issues of measurement and control, the document will serve as a useful addition to any static control library.
If you wish to participate, contact Larry Levit using the link below or Technical Program Manager Jennifer Sklena (847) 981-0100, ext. 6011, firstname.lastname@example.org