Viscom to Highlight Desktop AOI S2088-II at SMTA International 2011
Viscom introduces the S2088-II desktop AOI inspection system to the US market. This new system is designed for automatic optical inspection of paste print, pre- and post-reflow and THT solder joints. The S2088-II now includes high-performance 8M camera technology with the same angled inspection and OnDemandHR function as Viscom’s established inline systems. Faster loading/unloading and large PCB fixturing are two key advantages of the new system. The system will be on display in booth #326 at the upcoming SMTA International Conference & Exhibition, scheduled to take place October 18-19, 2011 at the Fort Worth Convention Center in Fort Worth, TXLike all Viscom AOI systems, the desktop S2088-II features high-performance camera modules, intelligent software and an advanced PCB clamping design. Not to be overlooked: the comprehensive IPC-compliant inspection library has been refined and improved over the last 25 years.
This compact system covers all inspection stages from paste print, pre- and post-reflow to THT solder joint inspection. Integration of 8M camera technology, supporting both orthogonal and angled inspection, ensures 100 percent compatibility with current Viscom inline systems. AOI inspection programs can be quickly and easily transferred to other systems, including the S3088, S6056 and X7056.
The S2088-II can also inspect larger PCBs up to 20 x 18. Boards are changed within a few seconds due to a directly accessible PCB tray. A mobile work table, designed especially for this system, is available as an option.
This desktop system is the ideal solution for customers with the need of an entry-level offline AOI system that offers program portability to existing or future inline systems. For example, a program developed on the desktop S2088-II for low-volume NPI (New Product Introduction) boards also can be used in high-volume inline AOI machines overseas.
Viscom’s S2088-II system combines the peak performance capabilities of Viscom high-end systems with the advantages of a manually operated desktop system. Especially significant is the system’s angled camera technology with integrated standard and high resolutions to positively detect critical production errors such as lifted leads.
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