Ascentech Named North American Distributor for New Inspectis Optical Inspection Line


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Ascentech LLC has been named the new North American distributor for Inspectis, a new line of advanced optical inspection solutions for PCB assembly. Inspectis offers a line of plug and play, reliable and cost effective high definition camera microscopes designed for non-contact optical inspection, quality control, repair and rework, and more. Inspectis all-in-one optical inspection systems offer 12:1 optical zoom, auto focus, integrated illumination and on-board controls, producing a crisp picture of inspection objects up to 100x magnification directly onto an LCD monitor or PC.

Designed for productivity and ergonomic use with a 245mm working distance, Inspectis provides relief to eyes, neck and shoulders and reduces the time spent on inspection. Operators can sit comfortably in a good working position and carry out their optical inspection tasks efficiently. An optional built-in laser pointer aims at the area of interest and assists in locating it on the screen. Ascentech will exhibit and demonstrate the Inspectis product is Booth# 3136 at IPC/APEX 2017 in San Diego.

About Ascentech, LLC

Ascentech, LLC is also the North American Distributor for GEN3 Systems and other quality lines of test and productivity solutions, and will exhibit the remarkable GEN3 CM22+, one of the company’s award-winning CM+ range of contaminometers. Ascentech, LLC is the North American distributor for Optilia Instruments AB and will show the Optilia High Definition Camera Inspection System and Optilia BGA Inspection scope, and other Ascentech featured products.  

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