CheckSum 12KN Selected by Major Automotive Supplier for Critical PCBA Testing Requirements


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CheckSum was recently selected by a major automotive supplier of electronic systems located in Southern China, as their PCBA test equipment supplier.

To determine the optimal test system for their critical PCBA testing requirements, Lightentech provided a full analysis of the company’s testing requirements to ensure the system will meet their capacity and testing needs.

“After reviewing the customer’s board testing requirements and capacity plan, we were able to demonstrate that the CheckSum 12KN Test System provided a strong price-to-performance ratio when compared to the alternative solutions,” said Justin Jia, China Sales Manager.

The customer found that CheckSum’s test speed, wide range of capabilities, flexible expansion options and the quality of the dual level 12KN press design were key factors in their decision to go with the CheckSum Test Solutions.

Lighten Technology Co., Limited, a distributor located in Pudong China, is a major supplier of electronics manufacturing equipment including SMT, AOI and ATE solutions. They enable their customers to lead the pack in production quality and performance for communication systems, automotive electronics, military industry, industrial control systems, aviation, aerospace, petrochemical, scientific research, household appliances and more.

With thousands of test systems installed globally, CheckSum is relied on by major electronics manufacturers to deliver value by reducing test times with parallel test systems that combine in-circuit test, in-system programming and functional test.

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