Bay Area Circuits Selects Seica Flying-Probe PCB Test System


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Bay Area Circuits, Inc. has purchased a Rapid 270 bare-board tester as announced by Seica Inc's sales representative in Northwestern USA, Zero Defects International. This tester will augment a Seica S240 fully automated tester which has been in use at Bay Area Circuits for the past four years. The Rapid 270 vertical system is equipped with 8 independent measurement probes enabling high speed testing and was delivered to Bay Area Circuits pre-configured for full automation functionality.

“The performance and reliability of our existing Seica S240 were key factors in selecting the Seica 270 to expand our testing capabilities,” said Stephen Garcia, President of Bay Area Circuits. “Both Seica and Zero Defects have provided us with an outstanding level of service and support over the years and we look forward to continuing our relationship with them both.”

About Bay Area Circuits

Bay Area Circuits was founded more than 40 years ago and has continued to prosper by meeting and exceeding the quick turn printed circuit board needs of customers in Silicon Valley and beyond. The company has also developed higher levels of technology and logistical methods which gives it an edge in a very competitive marketplace.

About Seica Inc.

Seica Inc. is a subsidiary of SeicaSpA, a leading Italian manufacturer of printed circuit board assembly (PCBA) test equipment as well as bare-board testers. Seica Inc. has achieved major success in the sale of both types of this equipment in the USA, Canada and Mexico.

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