At every show, Seica, a global supplier of automatic text equipment and selective solider systems, aims to present a new product to the industry, and productronica 2019 was no exception. At the show, the company showcased two new solutions; one is a new ICT in-circuit tester, and the other is a new battery tester.
Despite some murmur in the industry of in-circuit testers going away, the company has chosen to introduce a new one. The new ICT in-circuit tester has the goal of automating a manual solution and bringing that automated out through a cobot or robot, as well as reducing the amount of time the process takes for loading and unloading boards.
To find out more about this new solution, and how it works, watch the video below.
Batteries are a hot topic at the moment, and as a result of this, Seica has developed a new battery tester. Geared towards batteries in electric cars, the new technology speeds up battery testing for electric vehicles. Instead of being a standard flying prober with individual probes, the tester has a new flying prober with multiple probes on one head, probing on the battery. This cuts the text time a reported four times, reducing battery testing time down to seven seconds.
To find out more about the new battery tester, watch the video below.