Acculogic to Exhibit Automated Test Systems at productronica 2017


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Acculogic Inc. will exhibit its FLS980 Series III, Scorpion BRiZ Test & Programming station, and comprehensive line of Boundary Scan Test tools in Hall A1 Stand 465 at productronica 2017, scheduled to take place November 14–17, 2017 at the Messe München in Munich, Germany.

The FLS980 Series III with the Ultimate Accuracy Package Option, along with high throughput features such as the latest version Flying Bed of Nails (FBON), will be showcased at the show. The LED and MicroScan miniature image observation and testing solutions also will be displayed.

The Scorpion BRiZ is a unified automated test and validation platform that can consolidate any variety of circuit board test and programming application into a single, compact, low cost test station. The inline, scalable system features a reusable test fixture base, and it can be engineered for any R&D or test requirement, including:

- Analog
- Digital (boundary scan /JTAG)

  • Power
  • Conformance testing of LTE/LTE-A, Bluetooth, WLAN and GPS

Also, Acculogic has developed a novel way to test the wire bonds in battery arrays using its robotic test platform. With a marked increase in demand for batteries on the horizon, such as for electric vehicles (EVs), mobile energy storage, solar power, and energy-efficient homes, the company is paving the way for large-scale, high-speed battery array testing.

Acculogic’s comprehensive line of Boundary Scan Test tools can be effectively used in the entire product life cycle, starting with design verification and validation, and continuing into pilot production and manufacturing. Use of these tools in field service and repair depots can help further reduce test cost and cycle time. Additionally, Acculogic’s ScanNavigator integrated boundary scan test environment offers a quick, easy and cost-effective way to perform boundary scan test using Teradyne’s Di-Series, family of C-size VXI digital test instruments.

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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