Acculogic to Exhibit at SMTAI 2017


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Acculogic Inc. will showcase its comprehensive range of turn-key services that range from in-circuit test fixture and program development to sophisticated application development on custom functional test platforms at the upcoming SMTA International 2017 trade event, which is scheduled to take place September 19-20, 2017 at the Donald Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois. The company will be in Booth 133.

Company representatives will be available to discuss its Scorpion BRiZ, FLS980 Series III, and Scorpion iCT7000 systems, among others.

The Scorpion BRiZ is a unified automated test platform that can consolidate any variety of circuit board test and programming application into a single, compact, low cost test station.

The FLS980 Series III with the Ultimate Accuracy Package Option touts high throughput features such as the latest version flying bed of mails (FBON). The new ThermoScan thermal imaging test solution and MicroScan miniature image observation and testing solutions also will be displayed.

The Scorpion iCT7000 is a cost-effective, modular and expandable in-circuit tester, which can be configured with up to 8,192 pins. It is the ideal tester for those requiring a larger test node capacity. 

About Acculogic Inc.

Acculogic is a global supplier of automatic test equipment and application support services. Acculogic's test products include the Flying Scorpion - world’s only double sided Flying Probe with 3-D joy-stick-like probe motion and 22 probes , an extensive line of bed-of-nails In-Circuit Test Systems, a powerful suite of Boundary Scan test and programming tools, and Application Specific PXI/LXI based Functional Test Systems. Acculogic systems are used by manufacturers of electronic devices and circuit assemblies. Acculogic is a private, growing and profitable company with operations in United States, Canada, Mexico, Germany, France, Japan and an extensive network of sales and supports centers around the world. For more information about Acculogic, click here.

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