Data I/O Demonstrates Programming Technology for Automotive, IoT and Industrial Applications at APEX


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Data I/O Corporation, a leading global provider of advanced data programming and security deployment solutions for flash, flash memory based intelligent devices and microcontrollers, will demonstrate programming technology leadership for automotive, IoT and Industrial applications with new products and enhancements in booth #2019 at the IPC APEX Expo, scheduled to take place February 4-6 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, CA.  

PSV2800 for dedicated high-volume applications

The PSV2800 is the latest addition to Data I/O’s award-winning PSV family that delivers up to 3,000 units per hour in production, making it ideal for high volume programming applications currently served by inflexible end-of-line solutions. Billions of devices are produced each year for the industrial controls, Internet of Things, medical and automotive markets. As production ramps, electronics manufactures are under pressure to meet quality, volume and cost requirements. The PSV2800 is an ideal fit for dedicated high-volume applications providing customers with the high performance and reliability Data I/O is known for at the lowest total cost of ownership.

LumenX 4x programming performance improvement for high density automotive applications

Data I/O will demonstrate a 4x programming performance improvement for Universal Flash Storage (UFS) devices. Connected and autonomous cars are driving the transition from eMMC to UFS technology. Data I/O supports the transition to UFS with a high performance solutions that protects OEMs investment in Data I/O equipment. The combination of programming technology, PSV systems and software applications streamline the programming processes across the globe to deliver maximum production efficiency, quality and reduce costs that is unmatched by any other supplier in the industry.

Machine learning based automated teach with NexTeach ProTM for the PSV7000

Data I/O advances the world’s premier automated programming system, the PSV7000, with NexTeach Pro for up to 4x faster job teaching and 10x more accuracy than alternative methods. NexTeach is Data I/O’s next generation of job teaching technology. NexTeach simplifies the teaching process by automating the XYZR measurements and coordinates with the single touch of a button. All existing PSV7000 customers are eligible to upgrade their systems immediately. Data I/O will demonstrate NexTeach on the PSV7000 during the show.

Learn how to maximize your production throughput and future-proof your capital equipment investment with Data I/O’s programming solutions at the IPC APEX Expo in booth #2019.

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