Lenthor Engineering Invests in MicroCraft E4M6151 Flying Probe Test System


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Lenthor Engineering announces the addition of MicroCraft’s E4M6151 flying probe test system. The E4M6151 incorporates MicroCraft’s touch screen technology helping to make the E4M6151 the industry’s fastest high accuracy probe test system. 

With a useable test area ranging from a minimum dimension of 1.3 x 2.6 to a maximum 24.0 x 20.0 this system supports a wide range of design requirements from small flexible circuits with unique clamping needs to oversized backplanes.

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