IPTE to Exhibit at electronica 2018


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IPTE will exhibit with an own booth (hall A3, number 565) on the upcoming electronica 2018 (November 13-16) in Munich, Germany. IPTE’s main focus at the exhibition will be “smarTEST Solution“. Due to that, efficient equipment will be shown—Fast test and board handling, 3D Vision check to verify pins in a connector and a battery charger/discharger for e-automotive.

Furthermore, IPTE is present at the booth of elowerk (hall A3, number 149). In this showcase a IPTE 19 inch multifunctional test handler (MFT) works in combination with an the circuit tester Z1 from elowerk, a speed optimized solution for test handling and in circuit test.

At the IPTE booth:

Two IPTE easy test handlers (ETH) with bypass transport in combination with multi magazine loader/unloader MLL 3P and MLU 3P (one of each) will show fast test and board handling. Thanks to the bypass transport of the ETH, conveying can be done while testing the boards. Due to this, the cycle time is optimized. In addition, this solution shows how versatile and fast the IPTE components can be used.

The 3D Vision check is used to check pins in connectors to see if all pins are straight, inline and have the right length.

E-mobility is gaining importance. This means also the need to charge and discharge batteries. IPTE will show an innovative contacting unit for a specific test system at electronica in Munich.

About IPTE

IPTE was founded 1992 in Belgium. IPTE is a worldwide supplier for individual, flexible and high-technology automated product equipment. The company designs standard machinery and turnkey-automation systems of all kinds for production, test and further processing of printed-circuit boards, as well as of board assemblies and final products. IPTE runs eleven sites in Europe, America and Asia with currently more than 800 employees. The IPTE Group's client list includes considerable manufacturers of the telecommunications industry, the consumer electronics branch, the industrial and motor vehicle electronics as well as producers from the assembly technology and the manufacturing sector. IPTE’s headquarters is located in Genk, Belgium. Other important sites are located in Germany and France.

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