Digicom Electronics

7799 Pardee Ln
Oakland,  CA  94621-1425

United States
  • Booth: 964

Digicom, is an electronics contract manufacturer with AS9100:2016 (Rev D) aerospace quality, ISO 9001:2015, ITAR, ISO 13485:2003 medical devices quality, and quality system regulation 21 CFR 820 certifications. Digicom provides high-quality, precision turnkey electronics manufacturing solutions for prototype to volume production builds, PCB assemblies, and complete box-build systems. Located in Oakland, California, Digicom handles the process to final, fully compliant product.

Digicom supplies the reconfigurable open-architecture computing hardware (ROACH) system that serves as the base for work with The Collaboration for Astronomy Signal Processing and Electronics Research (CASPER) to reduce the time and cost of designing, building, and deploying new digital radio-astronomy instruments. CASPER open-source technology powers over 45 scientific instruments worldwide.


  • Diamond Track Manufacturing Process
    Digicom Electronics’ Diamond Track Manufacturing Process is comprised of advanced electronics manufacturing services for aerospace products, medical devices, and precision instrumentation that require the utmost quality and reliability....

  • Digicom Electronics' Diamond Track Manufacturing Process includes the most technically advanced equipment and processes including advanced cleaning; selective, reflow, and hand soldering in nitrogen; process control; purchasing and inventory management; and inspection and test from prototyping through delivery. These activities enhance productivity, product control, quality, and integrity of the products that Digicom builds.

    Digicom has AS9100:2016 (Rev D) aerospace quality, ISO 9001:2015, ITAR, ISO 13485:2003 medical devices quality, and quality system regulation 21 CFR 820 certifications. All manufacturing is located in Oakland, California. Link: www.digicom.org.

  • Digicom's Diamond Track Nitrogen System
    Digicom's Diamond Track Electronics Manufacturing Services now incorporates its new Diamond Track Nitrogen System into the assembly process....

  • Digicom generates its own nitrogen to use in its solder reflow, selective soldering, and hand soldering manufacturing processes to strengthen the bonds and improve solder adhesion. The nitrogen is generated and piped directly to machine inputs and work areas at a prescribed volume and pressure to achieve optimized saturation of the inert gas and eliminate oxidation at critical moments of the soldering operation. Digicom employs technologies that produce products of the highest quality. Studies show a 50-60% reduction in defect level and minimizes device failure when using nitrogen in the reflow process. It ensures PCB integrity, especially for mission critical products for the military and aerospace, medical device, industrial, and RF wireless industries. Visit www.digicom.org for more information.

  • Diamond Track Cleaning Process
    Digicom Electronics' Diamond Track Cleaning Process is a highly efficient, in-line cleaning system aimed at mitigating failures caused by contaminated PCBs....

  • This innovative Diamond Track Cleaning Process uses a special combination of chemicals, temperature, wash cycles, timing, and equipment that results in printed circuit boards with superior quality and cleanliness. The IPC-TM-650 standard sets an acceptable range of 10-2 micrograms/in2 for military applications (65-2 micrograms/in2 for general applications) of sodium chloride (NaCl). Independent tests show that Digicom's Diamond Track process results in boards that are 75% cleaner than the IPC's highest level of clean and have zero ion contamination. The process is completely "green". Deionized water from polishing tanks is used and recycled. Filters catch the solids while powerful blowers ensure that harsh chemicals are not blown back into the tank. A refractometer checks the stability of the tank to make sure it’s not compromised. All drained solids are environmentally friendly. Read more here at www.digicom.org/diamond-track-cleaning-process.html