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Laser Selective Soldering: Process under control for automotive applications

24 May 2017, The laser is based on a phenomenon discovered during the past century, and laser technology became real and concrete at the beginning of the 1960s. In less than 50 years, it has become the basis for numerous applications that today have reached high levels of sophistication, including the laser soldering of electronics.

Seica SMT Nuremberg May 16-18, 2017

4 May 2017, Seica will be showcasing the new Factory DashBoard solution at the SMT exhibition. The solution has been conceived with a special focus towards energy saving requirements and predictive monitoring of events, in compliance with the principles of Industry 4.0. All systems on the booth will integrate Seica’s industrial monitoring hardware, and visitors will be able to see the software and mobile tools that provide ‘real time’ information to assist plant managers in assessing the status of all the equipment in the plant. Also on display will be:

Compact line showing solutions for production line testing

20 February 2017, Seica exhibited at the APEX show held in San Diego this year showing expanding lines of test and assembly equipment.The automated Pilot4DV8 was showcased fully automated in a batch line environment. The automated solution demonstrated a magazine and conveyance solution that allows customers to load different board part numbers for automated testing. Industrial automation software was discussed with those interested in full production line monitoring with the company’s new ‘standalone’ software that can be integrated with not only their equipment, but SMT line equipment, ovens, pick & place systems, X-ray and vision systems.

Laser Selective Soldering: Process under control for automotive applications

15 February 2017, The laser is based on a phenomenon discovered during the past century, and laser technology became real and concrete at the beginning of the 1960s. In less than 50 years, it has become the basis for numerous applications that today have reached high levels of sophistication, including the laser soldering of electronics. Laser background By way of background, broadly speaking, by adopting appropriate materials and precautions that take advantage of certain laws of physics, it is possible to produce what is commonly designated as a laser beam—a well-defined electromagnetic wave.

Flying probes take on the challenge of loss of test access

25 January 2017, Today’s electronic circuit-board technology is posing a big challenge to in-circuit test techniques because of the disappearance of access. As a result, a shift from bed-of-nail to flying-probe equipment is ongoing. While the main drives for this shift are consumer products for the exploding Internet of Things market, manufacturers of high-performance professional products are also following this trend. Extreme examples are costly, high-quality, and high-reliability products such as boards hosted on satellites. Here the flying probe is challenged to overcome physical access limitations, enhance the accuracy and repeatability of probing, prevent any mechanical or electrical degradation, and ensure thoroughness of test. This article addresses the solutions to these requirements based on a successful customer’s experiences.

The New Frontier of the Printed Circuit Board

29 November 2016, Mobile probe test systems are an unrivalled instrument also and especially in PCB production lines with embedded components. They ensure a perfect compromise ...

At the NI Week Conference in Austin Seica Will Debut the Pilot4D V8 HF, a Unique Solution Combining Flying Probe Technology and High Frequency Testing

30 August 2016, Seica will make take advantage of its debut at the annual NI Week conference in Austin (1-4 August 2016) for the world premiere of thePilot4D V8 HF, a unique solution combining flying probe technology and High Frequency testing. Seica will also be showing another combinational test configuration, the MINI80 in a PXI rack, in booth 833 in the Main Exhibition Hall.

Seica Will Present Its New Fully-Automated Pilot4D V8 Flying Prober At The E-16 Electronic Fair in Denmark

30 July 2016, Seica is proud to announce that will attend the E-16 electronic fair in Denmark from 6th till 8th September 2016 at the Odense Congress Center, booth n° A-1945. Seica will be present at the show for the first time with a Pilot 4D V8 Flying Prober hosted by Eltraco ApS, a 20 years old company committed in the distribution of electronic equipment in the Scandinavian market.

Seica announces further expansion in China

25 July 2016, Seica’s Chinese subsidiary, Seica Electronics (Suzhou), has doubled the size of their technical support team in the first half of 2016, and is looking to continue the trend in the near term. The Seica support team provide 24/7 technical support to the installed base in China, and is able to supply test application programs and fixtures directly from our Chinese offices.

SEICA announces further expansion in China

16 July 2016, SEICA’s Chinese subsidiary, Seica Electronics (Suzhou), has doubled the size of their technical support team in the first half of 2016, and is looking to continue the trend in the near term. The Seica support team provide 24/7 technical support to the installed base in China, and is able to supply test application programs and fixtures directly from our Chinese offices.