optical control Receives SMT China Vision Award for Component Storage at NEPCON China


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optical control Asia is pleased to announce that it was awarded a 2019 SMT China Vision Award in the category of Component Storage for its OC-SCAN CCX.3 component counter. The award was presented to the company during an April 24, 2019 ceremony at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center during NEPCON China.

The CCX X-ray from optical control is a true plug-and-play system that can X-ray ANY size reel in the same cycle time no matter type of component, or how full or empty it is. High speed combined with the best accuracy, it is capable of providing an ROI faster than any other machine. The highlight of the CCX is – there are no libraries required or need for customer input to get started. It’s as simple as plugging in the machine, and start counting.

Additionally, the CCX can be configured for complete automation, including integrations into other sytems such as automated storage units. Whether this is done by software only, using a loading and unloading unit, or complete integration, is up to the customer in their steps toward industry 4.0.

SMT China magazine launched the SMT China Vision Awards in 2007 to recognize both international and domestic providers of SMT equipment, materials, software and services that have made outstanding contributions to the rapid growth of China's electronics manufacturing industry by their inventions and innovations.

About optical control GmbH & Co. KG

optical control is part of the Elsysko group, sister of elektron systeme, a full-service EMS company,  in Weißenohe, Bavaria Germany and has 180 employees, four SMT lines, and two throughole lines. The company was founded in 2009 and in 2011, optical control was formed as a sales and service organization for the CCX (component counter X-ray) products. In 2017, Optical Control Americas was started and in 2018, Optical Control Asia was started.  

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