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Is the demand for in-circuit testing still high for PCBA?

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 08 11:37:09 EDT 2008 | pjc

Yes, sure. In fact in some applications ICT is coming back. Mainly due to the fact that more and more SMT discrete components have no markings, so AOI cannot tell you if you have the correct value on the PCB. Fixed pin or flying probe ICT is a valuab


Electronics Forum | Sun Aug 31 17:28:09 EDT 2008 | rezer

Hello federico, This is Reese. Yes, you can pick up tombstoned parts reliably with the M1. You cannot pick up lifted leads very well however. I have not tried other algorithms yet, just histogram analysis which is the standard method for inspecti


Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 05 19:56:56 EDT 2008 | hegemon

We did extensive side by side (by side) testing of three AOI machines Omron, YesTech and Mirtec. In the end, even with weighted scores, the difference in the top two machine was still only four/tenths of a point. Third place was a distant 14 points

Landrex Optima II AOI

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 04 10:47:54 EST 2008 | rway

Thank you all for the great responses. We to looked at tne Mirtec before settling on the YesTech. I felt the machine software was better structured and organized and the system caught more faults on our "broken" board than the other system did (We

IP3 head 1 not placing parts

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 22 06:06:54 EDT 2008 | stanyserrao

1CA64011 and 1CAFE011 UsedBy Display 1CA??011 Cause The Vision_type in part data is expressed using hexadecimal notation ("??"). If "??" equals 1E, 64, 78, 79, AC, or FE then boundary detection could not begin because the nozzle was bent.

Need Philips CSM84 PA1306/20 service manual

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 02 11:15:35 EST 2009 | tpappano

wycliffe (and I suppose anyone with a vision system): You may save yourself some considerable headache with your CSM84VZ if you check one simple thing before you get too far: Make sure the long skinny macro lens on the head camera is screwed in snu

Contact Systems Vision Codes

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 10 11:59:41 EST 2008 | sliebl

Mark, The 10011 and all other process types are hard coded by Contact Systems and can not be changed by the user. The user can, however, change the Vision Center Type information as well as the Vision Size Code. Our Center Type for SOT23 is: Process

JUKI KE2060R and KE2060L

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 21 04:23:16 EDT 2009 | smtbox

R series Features FCS (Flex Calibration System) highly regarded easy maintenance just got even easier! The optional FCS calibration jig is a simple to use system to re-calibrate placement accuracy. The machine automatically picks and places jig comp

Assembleon / Philips support. Ask your question.

Electronics Forum | Sat Feb 27 00:59:43 EST 2010 | jmelson

Hi, I have a CSM84, PA1306/20. When I got it, a lot of the offsets had been zeroed out. I figured out a procedure to calibrate the back feeder rail, but haven't come up with a scheme to calibrate the mechanical alignment unit. I have it close, but

AOI usage

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 26 11:50:47 EDT 2010 | rway

The programming time depends on the system you are using. I use YesTech. It has been a reliable system for catching the majority of production issues. The programming time on this system is around 20-30 min. with a full library, meaning you don't

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