Seika Machinery Debuts MALCOM VDM-2 Video Capture System


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Seika Machinery, Inc., a leading provider of advanced machinery, materials and engineering services, introduces the MALCOM VDM-2 Video Capture System. Used in conjunction with MALCOM Reflow Simulators, the VDM-2 camera system captures video of the simulated reflow process.

The VDM-2 includes a video mixer that overlays the temperature/time/profile data over the video to make it easy to track important points during reflow. It receives real-time, temperature, wettability, profile and other data from MALCOM Reflow Simulators compliant with the VDM-2. Data is overlaid onto the video feeds taken by the video camera(s) in real-time.

The built-in scale function measures the displayed object. Up to two CCD cameras can be connected, enabling the VDM-2 to display up to two video feeds at the same time. This makes it possible to observe samples from multiple angles.

About Seika Machinery, Inc.

Seika Machinery, Inc. (SMI) is a subsidiary of Seika Corporation, Japan and member of the Mitsubishi Global Group. SMI provides electronics manufacturers with advanced machinery, superior materials and engineering services.

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