3D AI System Features Fast Auto Programming

Mek’s (Marantz-Electronics) ISO-Spector M1A debuts as its flagship full 3D AOI system featuring an exceptionally convenient fast automatic programming method while achieving production ready inspection results with very short cycle times. The system has a field of view (FoV) of 69 mm x 69 mm (2.72” x 2.72”) and the reportedly the industry’s largest 25 mega pixel camera with advanced lens optics. Multiple Moiré fringe projections enable high precision, shadow free measurement of heights up to 25 mm as well as 4 fully programmable side view high-res cameras able to actively inspect J- leads and other devices invisible to top side imagers.

 

The programming of the ISO-Spector M1A is exceptionally easy and programmer-independent. The artificial intelligence reduces the human element involved in the programming meaning that the inspection results are the same whether programmed by a beginner or by an expert.  The AI learns the production process values of assembled and reflowed PCB’s and then recognizes defects based on hundreds of preset parameters. This is particularly significant in the inspection of solder joints, which are typically the most difficult and time consuming to program in AOI’s.

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Offline programming is possible. The ISO-Spector integrates fully with Industry 4.0 specifications via the FIBER system for classification, repair, traceability and SPC. For higher illumination and enlightenment, visit the ISO-Spector product page.

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