CHECKPOiNT Technologies  InfraScan™ Product Family provides users with industry leading laser scanning and photon emission failure analysis and debugging for today’s low voltage and ever-shrinking devices.  The InfraScan Product Family includes Checkpoint’s custom designed Solid Immersion Lens with NA’s up to 3.3, delivering optical resolution for even the smallest geometries in development. Checkpoint’s proprietary MCT camera design is capable of observing transistors with basis voltages below 400 mV.  These technologies are available in multiple custom configurations either top-down (InfraScan TDM) or inverted (InfraScan ES400) to meet the changing needs of any laboratory, including low yield analysis labs.  Learn more about us >


Our InfraScan™ Product lines provide the groundbreaking combination of Checkpoint Technologies, world leading laser scanning microscope and its best in class emission system into a single tool. Discover why our systems set the bar in the industry. Browse the products, systems and technologies below to learn more.

InfraScan™ 400TDM

The InfraScan 400TDM is the newest evolution of Checkpoint’s pioneering top-down laser scanning an...

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InfraScan™ ES400

The InfraScanTM ES400 family provides the groundbreaking combination of Checkpoint Technologies, wor...

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InfraScan™ LTM

Checkpoint Technologies’ laser probing tool, the InfraScan™ LTM (Laser Timing Module), employs a...

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GOMAC 2022

March 21 - 24 , 2022
Hyatt Regency Miami
Miami, FL

IPFA 2022

July 18 - 20, 2022
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

ESREF 2022

September 26-29, 2022
H4 Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz
Berlin, Germany

ISTFA 2022

October 30 - November 3, 2022
Pasadena Convention Center
Pasadena, CA
Visit us at our Booth # 806


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CHECKPOiNT Technologies
66 Bonaventura Dr.
San Jose, CA

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