Seica to Exhibit at Semicon West


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Seica, a leading provider of flying probe technology, will display their newest line of testers at Semicon west from July 9-11 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California. Seica's new testers bring key advances and features in the semiconductor market.

Seica will also exhibit semiconductor solutions  from our partners Crea, OSAI and Microtest.

Pilot V8 Next > series, the most complete flying probe test platform on the market, provides up to 20 mobile  resources for testing an electronic board, including test probes which can each apply currents up to 2 amps, high-resolution cameras for automatic optical inspection, barcode and data matrix reading capability, laser sensors, capacitive probes, pyrometers, optical fiber sensors for LEDs, mini-fixtures for boundary scan and On Board Programming, and high-frequency probes able to measure signals at frequencies over 1.5 GHz (an absolutely unique performance on the market).

Engineered for medium/high volume production, the Pilot V8 Next > series is available in a fully-automated version, capable of hosting up to 12 magazines of boards for testing (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 > series can be configured to satisfy the full range of different board test requirements: the HR (high resolution) version extends performance to include probing of extremely miniaturized devices (down to 30 µm), while the XL version expands the standard work area of 610 x 540 mm up to 800 x 650 mm, allowing the XL to accommodate and test extra-large boards.

The Pilot V8 Next> series–as all of the Next> series solutions–has Seica’s Industrial Monitoring Solution on board, featuring 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.

VIVA Next, together with Seica’s years of experience, provides intelligent integration with all aspects of the customer’s manufacturing processes: data collection, traceability, interaction with MES, repair operations. In short,  it includes all of the core concepts of Industry 4.0.

 

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