Multitest Expands Package Range for Pick-and-Place Handlers


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Multitest has expanded the package range for both pick-and-place handler platforms – the MT9510 and MT2168 – to devices smaller than 3x3mm. The expanded package portfolios of the MT9510 and MT12168 exceed the typical ranges of competitive pick and place systems.

Multitest's handling solutions for small sized devices fully support the proven temperature and multi-site test capabilities of the MT9510 and MT2168. This combination makes the Multitest pick-and-place handlers the platform of choice for high volume applications, which not only require reliable handling of small packages with high yield, but also high accuracy and stability in the full tri-temp range.

Multitest has installed multiple pick and place handling systems leveraging this new package range in Asia and Europe.

To learn more about the Multitest’s pick and place handling solutions, please visit http://multitest.com/pick-place

About Multitest

Multitest (headquartered in Rosenheim, Germany) is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of semiconductor material handling equipment and interfaces for the testing and calibration of semiconductors and sensors. Multitest markets a broad portfolio of innovative and performance driven test handlers, contactors and ATE printed circuit boards. Multitest has more than 30 years of experience in the semiconductor industry, providing solutions to the automotive, consumer, communication, and sensor markets. Multitest is a company of Xcerra™ Corporation, which provides capital equipment, interface products, and services to the semiconductor, industrial, and electronics manufacturing industries. Xcerra Corporation offers a comprehensive portfolio of solutions and technologies, and a global network of strategically deployed applications and support resources. Additional information can be found at www.multitest.com and www.Xcerra.com.

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