MicroCraft Adds 8 Probe System with Full Automation


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MicroCraft has released its first 8-probe system with full automation, the E8M6151AL, as the latest addition in their EMMA series.

One of the key features of the E8M6151AL model is that the tester can operate for 24 hours unattended with its newly developed auto loader/unloader. Once the boards are stacked onto the loader, suction pads automatically transfer the boards onto a conveyer to the test area. Once the test is complete, boards are speedily transferred to the unloader and are automatically sorted into PASS and FAIL boards.

The E8M6151AL offers a maximum test area of 24 x 20” (610 x 510mm). With the auto loader/unloader, boards of different sizes may be stacked at the same time. An optional ‘stamp unit’ can also be incorporated to provide visual identification for quality control.

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