Verify your completed PCB assembly after production with ICT (In-Circuit Test) and Flying Probe Testers from Capital Equipment Exchange. In-Circuit and Flying Probe Test machines both use test probes to electrically check various points on a PCB and ensure you have a product that works the way you expect it too.
ICT uses a fixture system (custom bed of nails). While ICT is the fastest test solution, the fixtures are dedicated to a specific assembly. So, multiple types of assemblies may require a variety of custom fixture designs
Flying Probe Testing is a user-friendly, programmable test solution. Multiple X-Y programmable 'flying' probes test your PCBs without the need of a fixture system. This allows you to check much smaller areas and top and bottom portions of the board, without investing in custom fixtures.
SMT Rework (BGA rework) is a very common function for all assemblers. The best SMT rework systems will remove a defect component, place a new component with precision, and properly reflow just that component.
Rework systems are often dependent on custom tooling for reworking specific components. Rework systems often have limited heating power. If you PCBs are multi-layer or massive, be sure to work with you CEE Sales consultant to confirm your application.
Some common brands for ICT and Flying Probe include:
Teradyne, Agilent (Keysight), Genrad, Takaya, SPEA, Acculogic, and Nexlogic
Some common brands for Rework include:
AirVac Engineering, SRT VJ Electronix, Sniper, ERSA, Conceptronic, Metcal, and many others.
All brands have their strengths and weaknesses. Our highly experienced CEE Sales Consultants can help you determine the solution that works best for your needs.
If you don't find the machine you require, please contact sales.
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