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Flying Probers

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Flying ProbersThe Pilot V8 next > series of flying probers from Seica spa provides up to 20 mobile test resources for an electronic board.

Applications include automatic optical inspection, barcode reading, lasers, capacitive probes, pyrometers, optical fiber sensors for LEDs, flying connectors for boundary scan and on-board programming, up to high-frequency probes for measurements over 1.5 GHz (an unique performance on the market).

Oriented for medium- and high-volume production, the Pilot V8 next > series will be 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. The high-resolution version of the Pilot V8 next > series allows the system to test very small-size objects around 30 μm, while the XL version extends the work area from the standard 610 × 540 mm to 800 × 650 mm, providing unique solutions for testing extra-large boards.

Photonics Spectra
Mar 2018

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