The Inline X-Ray Component Counter: The Next Step in SMT Inventory Automation

Published:

January 22, 2023

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Neotel Technology

Abstract:

The inline X-ray component counter, Neo Counter X800, can receive materials from an automated guided vehicle (AGV) or manually loaded by a trolley. The materials are picked up by a robotic arm and sent to the counter for counting. After the counting process, the software records the results and automatically prints a label with the correct quantity. This label is then attached to the surface of the reel. A stacker stacks the materials before being unloaded by the AGV or trolley. This process ensures accurate counting, efficient labelling, and streamlined material handling, making it a convenient way of managing electronic component inventory....

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Neotel Technology is a leading global developer and manufacturer of automation technology covering material management, soldering, assembly and many others.

Shanghai, Shanghai, China

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  • Phone 0086214000888622

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