Jaltek has invested in a TAKAYA APT-1400F Flying Probe Test machine from Accelonix Ltd. The new machine will sit alongside Jaltek’s existing Flying Probe further enhancing technical capacity and throughput.
The TAKAYA APT-1400F is reported to be the fastest Flying Probe test system on the market, setting new standards for speed and test coverage with no compromise to quality and reliability.
The system has been specially developed for the test of large quantities of complex circuit boards. The APT-1400F has 6 flying probes, of which 2 are vertical, enabling access to contact points that could not previously be reached. The design of the XY table has been completely revised and adapted to the high travel speed of the test probes and an outstanding measurement unit and numerous innovative test algorithms enable significant increase of the test coverage on circuit boards.
The Takaya APT-1400F comes with a list of impressive features as standard, Jaltek also installed a number of additional functions making its performance in terms of test speed, positioning accuracy and coverage unprecedented in the UK.
David Mills, the Takaya service and support manager for Accelonix UK, remarked, ‘I have over 25 years experience working with Takaya flying probes and know every installation in the UK, Jaltek’s new Takaya APT-1400F is the most fully featured model of its kind in the whole of the UK! Amongst all the usual refinements that many of our customers go for, Jaltek can also boast a number of additional features that will give even more value and flexibility to their customers.'
"Jaltek’s new Takaya APT-1400F is the most fully featured model of its kind in the whole of the UK!"
Additional features include:
Commenting on the acquisition of this new Takaya machine Steve Pittom, Managing Director, said, ‘We continue our commitment to invest for our customers. This fully featured new flying probe will bring significant value to our customers particularly those who have AS9100 and ISO13485 requirements as well as for new product introduction. We can’t wait to start putting it to the test!’
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