Seica Publishes Video on New Pilot V8 Next > Series Flying Probe System


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Seica's new line of educational videos, Pilot V8 Next > series, features the most complete flying probe test platform on the market. Providing up to 20 mobile resources for testing an electronic board, the Pilot V8 Next includes test probes that can each apply up to 2A current; high-resolution cameras for automatic optical inspection, barcode and data matrix reading; laser sensors; capacitive probes; pyrometers; optical fiber sensors for LEDs; minifixtures for boundary scan and On Board Programming; and high-frequency probes capable of measuring signals at frequencies over 1.5GHz.

Engineered for medium- and high-volume production, the Pilot V8 Next > series is available in a fully-automated version, capable of hosting from 1 to 12 racks of boards to be tested (even of different types) or for direct connection to board loading/unloading and tilt modules, compatible with any standard assembly line. The Pilot V8 Next > can be configured to satisfy the full range of different board test requirements. The HR version extends the performance to include probing of extremely miniaturized devices (down to 30 µm), while in the XL version expands the standard work area of 610 x 540 mm to 800 x 650 mm, able to accommodate and test "extra-large" boards.

In the line with Industry 4.0 Standards

All of the Next> series solutions have Seica's Industrial Monitoring Solution on board, with the potential for remote monitoring of current and voltage consumption, mains supply, temperature, light indicators and other parameters useful to indicate correct operation, to provide information enabling predictive maintenance and in general to render the systems compatible with today's Industry 4.0 standards.

About Seica

Founded in 1986, Seica S.p.A. is an innovative, high technology company that develops and manufactures leading-edge solutions for the test and selective soldering of electronic boards and modules. Combining deep expertise in electronics technology as well as in industrial machines and processes has enabled Seica to become a global leader and supplier of test and manufacturing solutions, with an installed base of more than 2000 systems on 4 different continents. Seica has fully embraced the concept of Industry 4.0, developing solutions to monitor and collect information from machines and industrial plants to enable the optimization of manufacturing processes, maintenance and energy management. Company headquarters are located in Strambino, Italy, with direct offices in USA, Germany, China, Mexico and France, supported by a vast distribution network covering the rest of the world. Since 2014, the Seica Group includes Seica Automation, located in Milan, which designs and manufactures board handling systems and other automation equipment for the electronics manufacturing industry.

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