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HCT

Heated Chemical Test

The process of using a heated solvent to remove a secondary coating(e.g. blacktopping) from a suspect counterfeit component.
Heated Chemical Test

HCT

The process of using a heated solvent to remove a secondary coating(e.g. blacktopping) from a suspect counterfeit component.
Hermetic Seal Test

Fine and Gross Leak Test
Hermeticity Verification

Hermeticity Testing (also known as Fine and Gross Leak) is used to determine the effectiveness of the seal in microelectronic component packages. If the package seal is damaged or defective, moisture and other contaminants can enter into the package freely and degrade the long-term reliability.
Source: Six Sigma website
Hermeticity Verification

Fine and Gross Leak Test
Hermetic Seal Test

Hermeticity Testing (also known as Fine and Gross Leak) is used to determine the effectiveness of the seal in microelectronic component packages. If the package seal is damaged or defective, moisture and other contaminants can enter into the package freely and degrade the long-term reliability.
Source: Six Sigma website
HIC

Humidity Indicator Card
Moisture Indicator Card

A card typically packaged inside a moisture barrier bag (MBB) that is used to determine the relative humidity the card was exposed to while inside the moisture barrier bag (MBB). Refer to J-STD-033 for more technical information.
Source: IDEA Standard IDEA-STD-1010-B Acceptability of Electronic Components Distributed in the Open Market, Rev. B.
High Risk


Materiel that has previously been counterfeited or is susceptible to counterfeiting and has an end use or application where the success or security of the mission, or safety of the warfighter, depends on the continued reliable function of the materiel.
Secretary of the Navy SECNAV INSTRUCTION 4855.20
Homogeneous Lot


A group of parts that: a. Is received in a single shipment (whether in single or multiple packages), b. Is marked or otherwise identified with identical lot, batch, run, and identification information (e.g., dates codes, lot codes), c. Is identical in appearance to the unaided eye (parts and packaging), d. Appear to have been subjected to the same handling, packaging, and/or storage conditions, and e. Has maintained their physical placement relative to each other (i.e., have never been separated based on evidence such as source, packaging, labeling).
Source: SAE Aerospace Standard AS6081 Fraudulent/Counterfeit Electronic Parts: Avoidance, Detection, Mitigation, and Disposition – Distributors
Humidity Indicator Card

HIC
Moisture Indicator Card

A card typically packaged inside a moisture barrier bag (MBB) that is used to determine the relative humidity the card was exposed to while inside the moisture barrier bag (MBB). Refer to J-STD-033 for more technical information.
Source: IDEA Standard IDEA-STD-1010-B Acceptability of Electronic Components Distributed in the Open Market, Rev. B.