Following the winning philosophy which has characterized its business in testing and assembly for over three decades based on the constant and rapid innovation of its solutions, Seica will attend the Productronica China 2019 exhibition for the first time with products that represent the highest level of technology applied to testing of electronic boards and components.
In booth E2/2185 Seica will showcase the Pilot V8 NEXT, which, with its innovative and powerful electrical testing performance, is undoubtedly the most complete flying probing test platform on the market. In its most complete configuration, the Pilot V8 tester will provide up to 20 mobile resources for testing an electronic board, ranging from its 8 standard test probes which can supply up to 2 Amperes, high-resolution cameras for automatic optical inspection, barcode reading, laser sensors, capacitive probes, pyrometers, optical fiber sensors for LEDs, flying connectors for boundary scan and On Board Programming, all the way up to high-frequency probes for measurements over 1.5 GHz (an absolutely unique performance on the market).
Highly oriented to medium and high volume production, the Pilot V8 is also available in a fully-automated version, making its vertical architecture perfectly suitable to be combined with board loading/unloading modules, capable of hosting from 1 to 12 board magazines (even of different types). All of the automation modules are standard and available in the Seica catalog. In the HR (high resolution) version, the Pilot V8 allows the system to test very small components, around 30 μm, while the XL version extends the work area from the standard 610 x 540 mm to 800 x 650 mm, providing unique solutions for testing “extra-large” boards.
All Seica systems are “Industry 4.0 Ready”, for connection to Seica’s Industrial Monitoring solution or others, for intelligent integration in all aspects of the manufacturing process including data collection, traceability, interaction with MES, repair operations, ensuring full compatibility with the new standards of the fourth industrial revolution taking place today in production facilities around the world.
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