PCi Purchases Two CL Tech Flying Probe Testers


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Rigid-flex circuit board manufacturer, Printed Circuits, Inc. has recently purchased two flying probe testers from CLTech.

The CL Tech FP8 offers high pot test capabilities with pad sizes down to 37.5µ (1.5 mil) at a pitch down to 100µ (4.0 mil).

The CL Tech FP3+ machine offers high pot test capabilities with pad sizes down to 87.5µ (3.5 mil) at a pitch down to 200µ (8 mil).

Printed Circuit Inc. President and CEO, Ken Tannehill commented, "Purchasing two new flying probe testers will add capacity and capabilities to our electrical test department. They will help us accomplish the finer pitched work being designed into some of our customers’ rigid flex and complex flex designs, while reducing our cycle time. This will augment our efforts to provide our customers with improved lead time, quality and throughput, while reducing their over-all costs.”

About Printed Circuits Inc. (PCi)

Printed Circuits, Inc. is a US manufacturer of multilayer flex and rigid flex printed circuit boards with over 38 years of experience building circuits typically used in high reliability applications such as medical, military and commercial electronics where customers place a premium on reliability, package density, and weight.  For more information, click here.

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