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VJ Electronix Offers Latest Summit Rework System


Chelmsford, MA — VJ Electronix’ Summit 1800i is an improved version of its popular rework system. VJE has maintained the benefits of high- efficiency convection heating and the 1-2-3-Go interface, coupled with up- dated technology for greater reliabil-


maintaining its capabilities with large boards, oversized CPU sockets, connectors and large BGAs. The Summit 1800i comes with a


standard 18 x 22 in. (45.5 x 56 cm) board capacity, with the option to in- crease to 22 x 30 in. (56 x 76 cm) — a feature that is popular for networking and telecom applications. The stan- dard 1.6 kW convection top heater now includes a new 2.2 kW heat boost


mode for large connectors, sockets and simultaneous BGA rework. The system uses two-color LED


lighting and now offers an optional 80 mm (3.15 in.) alignment field of view, allowing rework of a wide range of components, from ultra- small passives through to the largest sockets and multi-chip modules. System operation and process set up are as easy as ever. The user


may choose between the familiar 1-2- 3-Go interface, or a new icon-based GUI. Auto profile allows the process engineer to quickly and accurately generate new profiles, and now adds the ability to modify and smooth the results.


Contact: VJ Electronix, Inc.,


19 Alpha Rd., Chelmsford, MA 01824 % 978-486-4777 fax: 978-486-4550 Web: www.vjelectronix.com


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Summit 1800i rework system.


ity and an improved price point. Fur- ther refinements enhance the sys- tem’s performance with ultra-small components, such as 01005s, while


Fujipoly Develops Extremely Soft TIM


Carteret, NJ — Fujipoly® has devel- oped a new thermal interface materi- al (TIM). Sarcon® PG80A is a soft and high-performing thermal gap filler pad. The 13 W/m-K putty-like material requires very low compres- sion force at high compression rates, allowing it to conform gently to most component shapes and uneven sur- faces. Once installed, the material can transfer heat from its source to a nearby heatsink, while exhibiting a thermal resistance as low as 0.08°Cin.2/W at 14.5 PSI.


Automate complex manual


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Sarcon PG80A thermal gap filler pad.


The advanced TIM is suitable


for applications that have delicate or wide-variation component heights and require material compression be- tween 30 and 90 percent. The mate- rial is available in four sheet thick- nesses, 0.5, 1.0, 1.5, and 2.0 mm (0.02, 0.04, 0.06, and 0.08 in.), up to a maximum size of 30 x 20 cm (11.8 x 7.9 in.). The material can be ordered in die-cut form to fit almost any shape. It is well-suited for environ- ments with operating temperatures that range from –40 to +150°C (–40 to +302°F) and meets UL 94 V-0 re-


quirements. Contact: Fujipoly America


Corp., 900 Milik Street, Carteret, NJ 07008 % 732-969-0100 fax: 732- 969-3311 E-mail: info@fujipoly.com Web: www.fujipoly.com


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