What an amazing group of people we have at SRC Electrical. Currently, our team of over 160 employees has an amazing 650+ years of combined experience. Many of these team members have 30 or more years' experience in engineering or assembling some of the most technologically challenging products in the world. From complex back-plane assemblies from companies like Alcatel/Lucent, IBM, Tellabs and Juniper Networks, all the way up to the B1 Bomber, our team brings a knowledge base and skill level that is unparalleled in the industry.


In addition to their previous experience, our production team is trained to the IPC-7711/7721 Rework Standard & the IPC-A-610 Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies Standard. Our engineering team, to accompany their extensive experience, education and certifications, is set along an internal training/certification path to maximize their career potential

fixed asset investments


  • Micro Media Blast (Conformal Coating Removal)
  • Dry Ice Blast (Initial Core Cleaning)
  • Media Blast (Final Housing Surface Finishing)


  • Flex Circuit Enclosure Disassembly
  • Potting Removal/Disection
  • Complex Enclosure Access


  • BGA (Ball Grid Array) Removal & Replacement
  • Selective Solder Assembly
  • Thermal Cycling Equipment


  • X-Ray Imaging
  • Endoscopic Imaging (BGA Inspection)




During our New Product Introduction process, the most critical milestone prior to moving forward with our pre-production builds is finalization of the test plan for the product.  This drives any needed software and hardware development that will correspond with a reman product.  Internally, we have both software and hardware engineers on staff that have significant experience in both development and reverse engineering.


Production Test Process:

Once in production, every part we sell is tested a minimum of four times while at our facility.  Because we perform board level repairs to all of our products, we take the extra step of running our assemblies through a temperature profile before sending them onto final functional test.

Our standard test plan is as follows:

  1. Pre-Test Core - When our core assemblies are received they are pretested prior to going through their final reman process steps.  This gives our team some insight on the expectations for required materials and manpower necessary to successfully complete our order fulfillment requirements.
  2. Cold Soak Test - Once a unit is through it's initial reman processes we soak the unit at -17⁰C for an hour.  Once at it's cold temperature, we then test the unit under this condition.  We are intentionally stressing any solder repairs we may have conducted during the reman process with the intention of inducing failures before they leave our facility. The temperature testing processes will also help identify failures that may only manifest themselves in the field when the unit is at temperature.
  3. Hot Soak Test - The same purpose and process as the cold soak but with the temperature at 85⁰C.
  4. Final Functional Test - This is the final step before our products are issued a label and ready for shipment.  Our test software verifies that all previous tests have been completed and passed prior to printing the final product label. This is one last fail safe before our units are sent to our Partners for distribution.

Jimco Electrical Tester

There are some good solid reasons for having the capability to accurately test starters, alternators, generators and batteries in your business. Not only can this service become a profit center, it can save money by verifying warranty returns and confirming that products going out the door are indeed of the highest quality.

Features/Benefits: TBQC5J

This bench-top model offers a low cost option enabling you to become known as the electrical expert in your area!

This model has a 6, 12 and 24 volt operation. This model has a powerful single speed 5 HP, 220 volt single phase motor. It fully load tests batteries to 1000 cca ratings, alternators and generators to 165 amps (12volt), intermittently to 190 amps and spin tests starters.

With the compact size of 24” wide x 22” high X 36” deep, it is a true fit for parts & service shops!

  • Create walk-in business-don’t send business to the competition
  • Certify product before leaving the dealership
  • Confirm warranty issues

For more information on purchasing the JIMCO Test Stand for your business please contact David Pyck in the Sales & Marketing Department.

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