A leading multinational telecommunications company headquartered in Illinois recently added the V510 Advanced Optical Inspection (AOI) solution from ViTrox Technologies to its production line. ViTrox is a public-listed company, headquartered in Penang, Malaysia, with offices in Asia and the United States, providing automated machine vision inspection solutions and equipment for the semiconductor and electronic manufacturing industries.
ViTrox’s V510 was chosen to deliver the high performance and cost effectiveness required by one of the top solutions providers in the communication market. After evaluating several market-leading AOI providers focused on machine capability and cost of ownership, ViTrox’s V510 outperformed the rest and was selected as the qualified AOI solution provider of choice.
ViTrox’s V510 was selected for its flexibility to be applied in four different applications in the production line. The unified platform provides great flexibility and high return on investment. Besides its unique self-learning technologies for presence/absence and joint check that significantly reduce programming time and effort, V510 can detect the challenging pad overhang defect, thus overcoming component offset issues and minimizing false rejects. The newly invented feature – Optical Color Inspection (OCI) is another winning factor, solving colored devices defect detection.
The V510 is coupled with the ViTrox Process Control Tool (VPCT), which includes the ViTrox Verification Tool Solution (VVTS) and ViTrox Database SPC (VDSPC). VVTS, a repair tool with SPC capability, is designed for reviewing and verifying inspection results and images with which good reference images as well as previously classified defect images are provided for more effective defect comparison. VDSPC is an advanced SPC tool that can be applied to multiple lines and machines for overall down-drill and wide-drill defect/chart analysis.
Another important feature of the V510 is Centralized Database Distribution (CLD), which serves as a centralized database to verify, modify and deploy algorithms and test programs to multiple AOI systems on the production floor. Additionally, the breakthrough technology of Network Offline Programming (NOLP) enables users to monitor and validate the parameter changes against various databases that reside in different machines in different production lines, minimizing the hassle of repetitive and redundant search, and hence greatly increasing production efficiency.
For more information about the V510, please contact ViTrox or visit the company in Booth #1351 at the IPC APEX Expo in San Diego, CA from February 28-March 1 for a live product demonstration.