TAKAYA Flying Probe Test Technology on Exhibit at Productronica 2019

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TAKAYA’s flying probe test technology for testing single and double-sided PCBAs will be on display at Productronica 2019, November 12-15 in Munich, Germany. TAKAYA will be exhibiting in the Systech Europe booth in Hall A1, Stand 239. Systech Europe GmbH is a distribution and support group for TAKAYA, similar to TEXMAC USA, TAKAYA’s North American distributor.

The TAKAYA APT-1400F series flying probe test systems for assembled PCBAs can double the throughput of existing models, making it the industry’s fastest flying-probe test system.  Both the single- and dual-sided mobile probe systems can be optionally equipped with LED Color Sensors that enable the functional testing of LEDs. Color spectrum (RGB) and Luminance parameters of the LED can be verified to assure component specifications are met.

TAKAYA’s APT-1600FD Advanced Flying Probe test system (shown) incorporates a new 10-flying-Z-axis design, including 4 vertical flying probes that provide unequalled access to test points where conventional angled probes cannot make contact. For more information, visit them at the show in Hall A1, Stand 239.



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