Rocket EMS Ramps Up Inspection with Two V510 G2 Series AOIs


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Rocket EMS Inc., a Silicon Valley-based full service EMS supplier, today announced that it has purchased two V510 G2 Series AOI systems from ViTrox Technologies. The V510 G2 Series offers powerful technology and high throughput productivity for SMT line production.

“The addition of two V510 G2 machines allows Rocket to complete the rollout of inline AOI on our factory floor,” commented Craig Arcuri, CEO of Rocket EMS. “Rocket’s test group, lead by industry veteran Peter Chipman, is recognized for excellence in AOI and AXI capability and is proud to have an all ViTrox production board-level test solution.” 

The new generation V510 G2 Series AOI system offers inspection speeds up to 55 cm2/sec for post-reflow and 65cm2/sec for pre-reflow. The system features low power consumption with a brilliant LED monitor display and improved ergonomic adjustment to increase viewing comfort (sit-stand operation). Additionally, the new multi-shot imaging technology enables the system to capture up to 180 frames per second and the multi-core processing technology significantly enhances inspection time. For more information about ViTrox’s new V510 G2 Series, visit www.vitrox.com.

For more information about Rocket EMS’ services, visit www.rocketems.com.   

About Rocket EMS Inc.

Rocket EMS is a Santa Clara Calif. based full service EMS supplier providing a broad range of services including PCB layout, supply chain management, assembly, test, system build and logistics across a broad range of market segments. Rocket addresses quick-turn NPI support through domestic volume production. The company is comprised of a group of dedicated long-term employees using state-of-the-art tools and equipment led by a management team with a track record of success in the EMS business.

 

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