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Optical Control Components to Be Distributed by Murray Percival

Photonics.com
May 2018
WEIßENOHE, Germany, May 17, 2018 — Automated component counting technology developer optical control GmbH & Co. KG has selected the Murray Percival Co. to represent its technology throughout the U.S. Midwest.

“We are pleased to be representing the optical control line of component counting systems,” said Mark Percival Sr., vice president of Murray Percival. “The Murray Percival Co. prides itself with bringing equipment and materials [to the process] that make assembling printed circuit boards profitable for our customers. Optical control is yet another example of a solution that will make our customers' job quicker and more effective. It will allow them to do a job in minutes that traditionally takes hours. Component inventory is a large investment for our customers, so it is important to know exactly what they have in stock. Not having the correct components on hand can create costly line-down situations and extended delivery time.”

Optical control GmbH is a developer of noncontact, x-ray-based component counters. Murray Percival is a provider of equipment for the printed circuit board assembly and repair industries.

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