VJ Electronix Adds Component Handling Automation to XQuik II

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VJ Electronix Inc. introduces component reel handing automation for its XQuik II with AccuCount system.

The revolutionary XQuik II with AccuCount Technology is now faster than ever. With available material handling automation, the XQuik system automatically counts components at up to twice the original speed.

The new two-level conveyor provides automatic load and unload of reels. The operator may scan barcodes, apply labels and transfer reels while scanning and counting of the next reels takes place –  providing a significant throughput increase.

Product Manager Frank Cosentino said, "XQuik reduces time to return components to stock. Faster inventory turnover reduces cost and eliminates the risk of line down events due to inventory shortages."

The XQuik processes either one 13" to 15" reel or four 7" reels at one time. Automatic counting algorithms mean no programming is required. The easily customized MES interface eliminates manual data entry, saving more time and eliminating the risk of human error.

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About VJ Electronix

VJ Electronix, Inc. manufactures production ready, automated Rework and X-ray inspection systems with many advanced capabilities. The company frequently provides custom solutions tailored to satisfy specific application requirements. VJ Electronix is a worldwide leader in X-ray Inspection and Rework equipment.



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