VJ Electronix to Show Newest Component Counting System and Rework Systems at APEX 2020


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VJ Electronix, Inc., the leader in rework technologies and global provider of advanced X-ray inspection and component counting systems, will exhibit in Booth 3627 at the 2020 IPC APEX EXPO in San Diego, CA., Feb. 4−6, 2020. The company will demonstrate the latest enhancements to its XQuik X-ray Component Counter series and its Summit Series Rework product lines.

The VJ Electronix XQIII is the fastest component counter available on the market with 10 seconds per reel count time. The XQIII does not require models, libraries or a connection to the cloud. The system’s automatic algorithms recognize components. The built-in barcode reader eliminates the extra manual scanning step. Unique imaging technology provides the greatest count accuracy.

The XQII and XQuik III are both designed to be used stand alone or with full material handling automation. The built in link to your MES system provides data transfer including reel ID and count, as well as user configurable fields such as operator ID, timestamp, part number, etc. The XQuik III and XQII series counters remain best in class.

The Industry’s leading Summit iSeries Rework products will also be on display. iSeries systems are an improved version of the world’s most popular rework system. VJE has maintained all the benefits of high efficiency convection heating and the renowned 1-2-3-Go interface, coupled with updated technology for greater reliability and an improved price point. Further refinements enhance the system’s performance with ultra-small components like 01005s, while maintaining its capabilities with large boards, oversized CPU sockets, connectors and large BGAs up to 120x120mm.

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