Ascentech to Exhibit at SMTAI


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Ascentech LLC will be exhibiting GEN3 Systems’ most recent enhancements to its already popular AutoSIR2+ (Surface Insulation Resistance) and AutoCAF2+ (Conductor Anodic Filament) test equipment at SMTAI 2019 in booth #1016. Ever-increasing demands for higher voltage testing capability, longer test durations, and the capability for simultaneous testing are met by the GEN3 Systems’AutoSIR2+ and AutoCAF2+  testers, whose features include totally revised software for both instruments; the ability to simultaneously run 3 different bias voltages; high Voltage CAF Testing to 1,250V (specific controlled applications); and more.

Also, the popular GEN3 Gensonic Stencil Cleaner will be on display. Gensonic is a manually-operated, ultrasonic transducer unit for cleaning stencils used in printing solder pastes and adhesives. It can be used either directly on the printer or at a separate cleaning station.

Ascentech will also exhibit the complete line of industrial inspection cameras, plus their new updated Pro-X software suite. INSPECTIS’ Pro-X is an easy-to-use software developed for viewing live images and capturing still images and video from the full range of Inspectis HD, Full HD and 4K digital microscopes. In addition to image view and capture features, Inspectis software provides powerful tools for calibration of device magnification, geometrical measurements, live image overlays and annotations on still images.

About Ascentech, LLC

Ascentech, LLC is a technology and solutions provider and distributor to the electronics manufacturing and assembly industry with nearly 20 years’ experience. Ascentech is the North American Distributor for Inspectis Optical Systems AB, well as GEN3 Systems, and also supplies the industry with other testing and process optimization solutions for electronics manufacturing. To learn more, visit www.ascentechllc.com. 

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