Calumet Electronics Chooses Fully Automated atg A9a Flying Probe for High-Speed Electrical Test


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atg Luther & Maelzer GmbH confirms delivery of high-speed bare board testing technology to PCB fabricator, Calumet Electronics, in Calumet, MI.

Consistent with the on-going investment in leading edge technologies at Calumet Electronics, the fully automated A9a, 8 head, double-sided, high speed, high accuracy flying probe test system represents the latest addition to Calumet’s test department. The atg technology enables Calumet to test the latest ultra-fine designs while helping to reach industry leading automation goals.

atg’s A9a can test pad sizes down to 35 micron and is capable of testing products up to a size of 21” x 24”. The A9a eliminates limitations due to test point density or fine-pitch contacts and features embedded component test, 4-wire Kelvin measurement capability with an accuracy of +/- 0,025 mΩ, HPOT and latent testing. In combination with a test speed of up to 230 measurements/second, the A9a provides a “lights-out” automated handling solution for larger production runs. To achieve high throughput the key feature of the A9a is a dual shuttle system, which reduces the product exchange time to zero seconds in automation mode. 

About atg Luther & Maelzer GmbH - With more than 160 employees worldwide, atg Luther & Maelzer is the leading supplier of electrical testing solutions for the Printed Circuit Board industry. We have solutions for every application regardless of product type, batch size or technology deployed. Our atg flying probe tester products are renowned for Automation, speed, accuracy, versatility, and ease of use, while the Luther & Maelzer universal grid tester product range is known worldwide for high throughput, repeatability, gentle handling, and precision accuracy.

About Calumet Electronics - Calumet, based in the remote Upper Peninsula of Michigan, is a safe harbor for the most important American electronics companies. Calumet is 100% American owned – exceeding ITAR and NADCAP standards. Manufacturing is done entirely in Calumet, Michigan with no offshoring, brokering, or outsourcing. Calumet Electronics is committed to high-velocity, high-performance printed circuit board (PCB) engineering and fabrication solutions in North America with a strong focus on aerospace, medical, defense and industrial sectors.

 

 

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