VJ Electronix Introduces Latest, Cost-Effective Component Counting System


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VJ Electronix, Inc., the leader in rework technologies and global provider of advanced X-ray inspection and component counting systems, has introduced its newest component counting system: The XQuik II Plus.

Demand for a high-performance, cost-effective X-ray component counter continues to grow. Finding a system on the market today that balances cost-efficiency while proving high accuracy and reliability is a challenge.

The VJ Electronix XQII Plus is the solution to today’s demanding component counting requirements. With a cycle time of less than 20 seconds (for both single reel and quad counts) and lower cost, this is the most advanced and cost-effective counter on the market today. 

Unique imaging technology provides the greatest count accuracy and reliability. The system’s advanced AI detection algorithms automatically recognize components without the need for cumbersome models, libraries or cloud connection, making it quick and simple to use. Automatic detection determines whether a single, or up to four small reels are loaded, and keeps track of reel location, eliminating the risk of operator error. A built-in barcode reader eliminates extra manual scanning steps, increasing efficiency.

This system is the next generation of the XQuik II series, the most installed X-ray parts counters in the world today. The XQII Plus is 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 VJ Electronix family of component counters remain best-in-class.

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