Panasonic APC-MFB Certifies TRI's TR7700QE HAPs AOI


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Test Research Inc.'s (TRI) TR7700QE HAPs AOI has conformed to the evaluation standards set by the required specifications for APC-MFB-Compatible AOI. This marks the second APC-MFB certification for TRI's AOI Systems, preceded by the TR7700E SIII HAP.

Featuring high-speed imaging, TRI's 3D AOI innovations help achieve zero escapes and zero false calls. The TR7700QE is able to inspect in minutes with TRI's New Smart Inspection Library, simplifying the programming and reduce fine tuning time.

TRI's PCBA test and inspection solutions work together with Industry 4.0 data management infrastructure, providing users with maximum value in the production line and minimizing production costs. Moreover, TRI's systems are designed to interoperate with other manufacturing equipment to minimize downtime, optimize production quality and reduce operator workload.

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TRI offers the most robust product portfolio in the industry for automatic test and inspection solutions. from solder paste inspection (SPI), automated optical inspection (AOI), and 3D automated x-ray inspection (AXI) systems to manufacturing defect analyzers (MDA), in-circuit test (ICT) and functional test (FCT), TRI provides the most cost-effective solutions to meet a comprehensive range of manufacturing test and inspection requirements.

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