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September, 2021


ELGIN, IL — HARTING has de- veloped a component carrier that can be used directly with elec- tronic components, eliminating manual assembly and replacing flexible PCBs. Component carriers are


equipped with measuring sensors for detecting position. The compo- nent carrier serves as a connect- ing element between a printed cir- cuit board (PCB) and electronic components, such as LEDs, ICs, photodiodes, and sensors. The measuring sensors of a


scanning head for position detec- tion, for example on a linear slide


Smart Sonic Offers Semi Automatic Ultrasonic Cleaner


CLEVELAND, OH — Smart Sonic’s economical Model 529 has been upgraded and re- vamped to include customers’ most recommended and request- ed options. This eliminates the need for the customer to specify every option.


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with guide rails, are often mount- ed onto flex PCBs. As magnetic, optical or inductive systems, they record the exact position of the slide. To do this the sensors must be positioned exactly at a 90° angle. The capability to mount these as precisely as possible im- proves the accuracy of the meas- urement results. A second sensor is often installed in the measuring head for redundancy. The injection-molded plastic


body of the carrier provides a very precise 90° angle for mounting sensors. The component carrier eliminates the need for time-con-


Injection-molded component carrier.


Page 39 HARTING Replaces Flex PCBs with Component Carriers


suming manual assembly of the flex PCB. In addition, the sensors are positioned more precisely. The component carrier with


the assembled electronic compo- nents, comes in a blister pack for further processing in SMD as- sembly facilities, and the sol- dered components are secured with an adhesive so that they cannot detach from their position while in the reflow oven. Contact: HARTING, Inc.,


1370 Bowes Road, Elgin, IL 60123 % 877-741-1500 E-mail: christina.chatfield@harting.com Web: www.harting.com


Model 529+ ultrasonic stencil cleaner.


In addition to the standard multi-frequency transducer, ul- trasonic generator and heater control, the upgraded Model 529+ will also include wash cycle timer, generator rack, parts bas- ket, power drain, hand-held spray rinse, hand-held air blow- off and Quick-Kleen Liner. Smart Sonic’s stencil clean-


ers are able to wash, rinse and dry 29 x 29 in. (737 x 737 mm) stencils in two to three minutes. This model can also clean larger stencils by cleaning half at a time over two cycles. Contact: Smart Sonic Corp.,


837 E. 79 Street, Cleveland, OH 44103 % 818-610-7900 E-mail: smt@smartsonic.com Web: www.smartsonic.com


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