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March, 2020


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Page 31 SPEA: State-of-the-Art Flying Probe Testing


Tyler, TX — SPEA’s flying probe series is designed to cover the widest range of test requirements for electron- ic boards, offering fast and accurate single-side or dual- side probing, automatic board loading, wide configura- bility, and quick setup changes. Extreme mechanical precision enables the flying


probes to directly contact the smallest pads and secure the complete testability of boards with 008004 (0201 met- ric) components. The systems’ performance is supported by on-axis, high-resolution, ultra-precise measurement electronics, which reduce the signal acquisition time to a few microseconds. The 4080, the company’s flagship system, is an


eight-axis tester that provides high throughput and high probing accuracy. Its mechanical speed, up to 180 touch- es per second, makes it able to replace bed-of-nails sys- tems for production test, especially when accessibility is difficult. Up to 28 simultaneous flying test


tools can be installed on the system’s eight axes, with a range of more than 50 possible kinds. From LED test probes to high-frequency RF probes, a wide variety is available to further ex- pand the 4080’s capabilities. The newest system model,


4080X, has been specifically designed to meet the testing requirements of power electronics manufacturers. It is


Lackwerke Peters: Climate Friendly Conformal Coating


Kempen, Germany — Reducing VOC emissions is a constant concern in the electronics industry. For conformal coating, it is possible to cut emissions during processing of the coatings themselves, or by using VOC-free ma- terials. Lackwerke Peters offers its ELPEGUARD® SL 1305 AQ-ECO conformal coating, which is an aque- ous material, as well as its ELPE- SPEC® 5888 for these applications. Another option is to use materi-


als with 100 percent solids content. By using these kinds of materials, it is possible to sidestep solvents/VOC emissions altogether and reduce en- vironmental impact. Some estab- lished solvent-based conformal coat- ings have a VOC content of 40 to 80 percent, which can be significantly reduced by using newly developed coating systems. UV-curing conformal coatings


also offer numerous benefits, since they are solvent-free and UV curing is more energy-efficient than convention- al drying. Lackwerke Peters offers its ELPEGUARD thick-film coating Twin-Cure® DSL 1602 FLZ/400, which was specially developed for UV LED curing at a 395 nm wavelength. This thick film coating com-


bines the excellent final properties of a polyurethane system (UR) with the fast UV LED curing of unsaturated polyacrylates (AR) in a single-compo- nent copolymer, which is character- ized by a very high resistance under mechanical, chemical and climatic stress, as well as under extreme tem-


perature changes. Contact: Lackwerke Peters


GmbH & Co. KG, Hooghe Weg 13,


47906 Kempen, Germany % +49-2152-2009-0 E-mail: peters@peters.de Web: www.peters.de


4080 flying probe test system.


able to test PCBs with components up to 5.9 in. (150 mm) tall and to reach even the test points that are inaccessible for standard bed-of-nails systems. The 4050 S2, a popular choice for many electronics


producers, is a four-axis system designed for medium- to high-volume production test. It delivers high throughput, high accuracy and a bottom moving platform to extend the probing capabilities. While the top-side flying probes can be used for in-circuit test, power-on test, sink/source analog, digital D/S, flashing, boundary scan, prescaler, and other test types, the bottom lifted platform can be equipped with test tools, such as bed-of-nails fixtures, multiple high-current power supplies, digital I/O, high-


speed signals, fixed probes, and planarity supports. Contact: SPEA America, LLC, 2609 SSW Loop 323,


Tyler, TX 75701 % 903-595-4433 fax: 903-595-5003 E-mail: info.america@spea.com Web: www.spea.com


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