Absolute EMS Adds X-ray Component Counting Capability with VJ Electronix

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Absolute EMS, Inc., an award-winning EMS provider of turnkey and consignment manufacturing services, announced that it has added X-ray component counting to its capabilities. The company has purchased and successfully completed the installation of its new VJ Electronix 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 latest XQuik model, the VJ Electronix XQ II 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), this is the most advanced and cost-effective counter on the market today.

Per Doug Dow, COO, “Absolute EMS has maintained a focused effort in creating the award-winning factory that you see in the heart of Silicon Valley today. Quality, technology, scalability and flexibility remain our primary focus. The VJ Electronix XQuik II Plus introduces a refreshed level of speed and accuracy in our material audit and warehousing department. The speed, throughput and efficiency are greatly appreciated as we continue our exciting growth.”

The XQuik II Plus meets the demands of today’s complex inventory requirements with advanced AI component recognition, extremely fast cycle times, industry-leading count accuracy of 99.8 percent or greater across the widest range of components with real-time MES/ERP updates. The system is designed for operational simplicity and automation flexibility. It is easily configured to communicate with any existing MES inventory control system.

Absolute EMS is a leader in end-to-end electronic manufacturing services solutions that help its customers rapidly introduce innovative new technology by facilitating speed-to-market in their marketplace. Speed-to-market starts with engineering services, and extends into prototypes, pilots and then into production.


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