Seica Launches New Flying Probe Line at IPC APEX


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Seica_Machine.jpgSeica Inc. will exhibit a new line of flying prober, the Pilot 4D line which will be represented at the show by the Pilot 4DV8 and Pilot FX. The Pilot 4D line represents the latest in technology in flying probe testing for both ICT, functional testing and data regeneration applications. The Pilot 4DV8 will show the latest features for automotive and LED light testing applications.

Seica’s LED option will be show testing all key parameters of LEDs, such as the lumens, and intensity of several board mounted LEDs analyzed by Seica’s Viva software. In addition, Seica has also incorporated a sophisticated laser scanner for quick and accurate measurements of “bow and twist” and board topologies. The Pilot FX is Seica’s recently introduced full “bed of nails” (BON), flying grid tester. This system is set up for easy panel testing of circuits for high throughput with very easy swap out of test pins on an individual probe head assembly.

In the area of high volume functional test and ICT test, Seica will introduce the state-of-the-art for power inverters test, the new Compact Multi Power, the green tester that may recycle up to 80% of the power used for testing a motor inverter, up to 24 kW. In addition an example of a Compact TK, showing the high performances provided by the Seica Compact Line for automotive test, where world class manufacturing standards have inspired Seica engineers in designing a comprehensive line of testers suitable for a modern lean production environment.

Our small bench top ICT/functional line will also be showcased at the Seica booth called the MINI 80 and MINI 200, the smallest rack-mountable and powerful ATE, with full in-circuit and functional test capabilities enclosed in a box the same size of a DVD player.  The MINI series tester can be used as a stand-alone or as add-on tool for more complex tester architectures. Last but not least, the Firefly LASER selective soldering system will also be presented, with new enhanced software and more tools for high volume production in a clean environment.

About Seica

Founded in 1986, Seica S.p.A. parent company of Seica Inc., is a global supplier of automatic test equipment and selective soldering systems, with an installed base of more than 1500 systems on 4 different continents. Seica offers a complete line of test solutions, including bed of nails and flying probe testers, able to perform MDA, in-circuit and full functional tests of assembled electronic boards and modules, and PCBs, as well as laser-based selective soldering systems for electronic board manufacturing. Company headquarters are located in Strambino, Italy, with direct offices in France, USA, Germany, Mexico, and China, supported by a vast distribution network covering the rest of the world. For more information, visit www.seica-na.com

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