Test Research, Inc. receives IPC APEX EXPO 2020 Innovation Award


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Test Research, Inc. (TRI), the leading test and inspection systems provider for the electronics manufacturing industry, announces that the company’s Multicore In-Circuit Tester, TR5001 SII Inline LED, received the IPC APEX EXPO 2020 Innovation Award. The winners of this year’s Innovation Awards were announced during IPC APEX EXPO in San Diego, California, USA.

The TR5001 SII LED Series is the latest ICT+FCT innovation dedicated to LED lighting testing, equipped with up to 1080 LED Test Channels. The ICT+FCT solution offers advanced performance Multi-Core Parallel testing with up to 4 independent cores, and durable Quick Disconnection Interface (QDI) together with built-in auto-calibration and self-diagnostics ensure long-term testing reliability. The TR5001 SII LED Series is suitable for the emerging LED Market and the Automotive Industry for lighting Testing.

Realize your production line's potential with TRI's PCBA Test and Inspection solutions, and Industry 4.0 data-driven management system, YMS 4.0. TRI's systems interoperate with other manufacturing equipment to minimize downtime, optimize production quality, and reduce operator workload.

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