Pemtron 3D AOI & Automated SMD Counter at the SMTA Monterrey Expo & Tech Forum


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Pemtron Technology, an inspection equipment developer and supplier, is pleased to announce plans to exhibit at the SMTA Monterrey Expo & Tech Forum, scheduled to take place Thursday, April 20, 2023 at the Cintermex Convention Center (CENTRO INTERNACIONAL DE NEGOCIOS MONTERREY) in Nuevo León.

Jaime Arreola, Pemtron’s MX General Manager, will be available to meet with customers to demonstrate the Athena 3D Automated Optical Inspection System and Mercury Automated X-ray SMD Counter.

The Athena 3D Automated Optical Inspection (AOI) System uses 12-way projection for 3D measurements on all models to minimize errors due to shadow effects, and performs 100 percent of 2D & 3D inspection concurrently in all FOV areas. This significantly reduces false calls while providing near-perfect detection. The system offers 10/15 or 18um resolution, a 10MP camera (optional 12MP) and a three-stage conveyor. 

The Mercury Automated X-ray SMD Counter provides real-time data with Artificial Intelligence.  The system offers a reel capacity of up to four 7” reels or a single 13” reel, a scanner and label printer interface, real-time ERP reporting and annual stock through barcode monitoring.

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