FOXCONN Wisconsin Purchases TAKAYA Advanced Flying Probe Tester from TEXMAC


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FOXCONN Wisconsin has purchased a Takaya APT-1400 F-SL Advanced Multi-Function Flying Probe Tester as they outfit their latest factory.

TEXMAC is the exclusive authorized distributor of TAKAYA flying probe test systems in North America. New production at the FOXCONN facility is planned before the end of this year (2019), and FOXCONN is moving to expand production in two facilities by the end 2020.

The SL designation means that this model offers larger product handling capacity, with a test area that can accommodate printed circuit boards up to a maximum size of 25” by 24”, versus the standard 19” x 21” test area. The APT-1400 F-SL an ideal system for contract assemblers who need the flexibility to handle any size PCB from their customers, particularly the larger boards required by the telecom and high-end computer markets, or panelized PCBs.

The APT-1400F-SL Advanced Multi-Function Flying Probe System offers unprecedented test speed and accuracy at the probe tip, and its architecture provides fastest and most controlled probe movement. The system is equipped with 6 top-side flying probes that provide optimum access flexibility, four angled probes plus two vertical probes. The system also provides functional testing of LED “Color & Luminance” functionality. TAKAYA is the inventor and industry leader in flying-probe test technology for more than 25 years.

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