DediProg Releases Automated IC Programming System, DP2000

TAIPEI -- After working with a variety of manufacturers, DediProg has designed and manufactured the patented DP2000 Automated IC Programming System, to meet different demands of production programming. With a high performance of 3000 units per hour (UPH) that outpaces the rival's throughput and helps factories meet production deadlines with great return on investment. It has a built in unique and precise mechanism for Integrated Circuit (IC) alignment positioner which enables the small package device programing like WLCSP, BGA, TSSOP, etc. In addition, the system is CE certified and also comes with programmers that cover a wide range of ICs and optional ink marking for IC identification.

The electronic technology is evolving at a rapid pace, with billions of ICs used in different electronic devices every year and each IC has an embedded code that requires programming. Thus, choosing an efficient and accurate production IC programmer is very important to chip manufacturers, IC packaging houses, EMS factories, repair houses, and programming service providers.

Production IC programming can be on-board or offline. On-board means an IC mounted on the main board and programmed by a customized fixture, ICT or through different interface (e.g. USB), and requires human intervention while offline programming is mainly performed by an automatic handler system. The IC comes in different packaging; the entire input, programming, inspection and output process is executed by the system, which improves production efficiency, factory ROI and reduces human error.

DediProg designs and creates solutions of IC programming of EEPROM, SPI Flash, NOR Flash, NAND FLASH, Microcontroller, eMMC, CPLD and other programmable devices. The company not only provides dedicated solutions for engineering development but also offer the best equipment for lean production.

For more details, go to http://www.dediprog.com
 

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