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High-Speed 3D Inspection System

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The TR7700QH SII ultrahigh-speed 3D automated optical inspection solution from Test Research Inc. features a 15-µm resolution, 21-MP imaging, and large field-of-view capability.

The TR7700QH SII operates at ultrahigh speeds of up to 80 cm²/s, utilizing artificial intelligence algorithms and smart programming for enhanced inspection coverage and precision. Its mechanical platform is designed to ensure stability and precision without compromising cycle time for high-throughput production manufacturing in the automotive and telecommunications industries. It offers precise metrology measurements and comprehensive inspection for large and high-density boards. The system supports current Smart Factory Standards, including IPC-CFX and The Hermes Standard.

Photonics Spectra
Oct 2023
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