Optilia appoints Ascentech LLC as North American Distributor

Stockholm, Sweden - Visual Inspection Instrument manufacturer Optilia Instruments AB announces the appointment of Ascentech LLC as North American Distributor. The agreement encompasses Optilia´s BGA solder Inspection system and high-definition (full HD) camera inspection systems to the electronics manufacturing industry.

In making the announcement, Alistair Gooch, Marketing and Sales Manager, said, “We look forward to working closely with ASCENTECH LLC to further establish our presence and add to our customer support capabilities in the North American market.”

According to Sasan Esmaeili, Optilia MD and founder, Optilia’s HD cameras can be used both in-line and off-line and are complemented by many stand solutions and multiple lighting options that cover every customer’s needs. “Our state-of-the art BGA Inspection systems feature the tiniest optical probes available and 5.0 mega pixel digital image cameras for producing high resolution pictures of low-clearance areas beneath BGA components. There are alternatives for digital image storage with or without a computer and OptiPix software offers various levels of functionality and price. The product range is constantly evolving and new products are developed to meet customer needs.”

Contact Optilia:

Alistair Gooch
Optilia Instruments AB
Djupdalsvägen 22
S-192 51, Sollentuna, Sweden
Phone: +46 (0)8 35 33 60
Fax: +46 (0)8 35 33 63
E-mail: [email protected]
URL: http://www.optilia.eu

Contact Ascentech :

Randy Allinson
Ascentech LLC
127 Goose Hill Rd.
CT 06412
Tel 860-526-8903
Email: [email protected]
URL: http://www.ascentechllc.com

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