ViTrox SMT Inspection Solution Receives IPC-CFX-2591 QPL Qualification

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ViTrox Technologies is excited to announce that our V310i Advanced 3D Solder Paste Inspection (SPI) Solution has officially passed the rigorous qualification audit for IPC-CFX-2591 Qualified Products Listing (QPL) and has received the mandatory IPC-CFX messages for classification.

This certification is a significant achievement for ViTrox and showcases the company's commitment to innovation and excellence in the electronics manufacturing industry. The V310i 3D SPI's listing on the IPC-CFX QPL shows that ViTrox's solution is fully compatible with the IPC-CFX-2591 standards, giving electronics manufacturers and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) the confidence to partner with us.

Our state-of-the-art V310i 3D SPI technology has unique features that set it apart from the competition. Our Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) Missing Detection significantly enhances users' experiences when detecting absent and insufficient solder with the integration of A.I. This feature is incredibly accurate and improves overall efficiency. Our effortless Inspection Parameter Setup allows users to export custom parameters fast for future usage, ensuring compliance with IPC standards. This feature streamlines inspection setups, making them more accessible and user-friendly. Lastly, our Ultra Smart Programming feature is a game-changer, reducing programming time by around 80%. The advanced programming algorithm in the ViTrox SPI Software (VAPIGUI) creates a fast, effortless, and easy-to-pick-up programming process for our users, making the V310i 3D SPI an excellent choice for anyone in the SMT PCBA industry.

Asides from the IPC-CFX standard, ViTrox's Industry 4.0 Manufacturing Intelligence Solution (V-ONE) provides Machine-2-Machine (M2M) connectivity and big data analytical capabilities for users to monitor production performance using real-time production process insights and data analysis with image traceability across ViTrox vision solutions. With V-ONE, manufacturers can have a strategic approach to oversee the production process, minimise production downtime, and improve production efficiency.

We are proud to continue developing innovative solutions with M2M connectivity to match the ever-changing demands of the electronics manufacturing industry, moving further into the era of Smart Manufacturing. Hence, ViTrox is actively collaborating with IPC to validate its PCB SMT Vision Inspection Solutions for the IPC CFX QPL. You can also find our validated solutions, the V510i Advanced 3D Optical Inspection (AOI) Solution and V810i Advanced 3D X-Ray Inspection (AXI) Solution, on the IPC-CFX-2591 QPL Portal at

Are you interested in implementing IPC-CFX compliant vision inspection solution to achieve Smart Factory? Contact us today at  for more information and assistance.

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