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Pacific Xray Imaging (PXI) announces their new GenX Series cost effective X-Ray Inspection Systems Solutions

Apr 10, 2015

GenX series X-Ray Inspection System

GenX series X-Ray Inspection System

The New GenX Systems

The new Gen-X series x-ray inspection systems come in three model choices corresponding to the power level of their specific x-ray source and can be configured with various detectors to provide a wide range of high resolution imaging options that cater to different industry applications needs from identifying solder joint opens, cold solder, and head in pillow defects to internal semiconductor component verification of bond wire attachments and die inspection. Combined with the PXi-Pro imaging analysis software, the GenX series systems provide a complete solution to a broad range of x-ray inspection requirements to industrial companies worldwide.

Mr. Dale Thayer, President of PXI, states "our system offerings allow PXI to provide cost effective x-ray solutions with high resolution and magnification capability at prices that will meet the markets price points. Our goal is to offer our customers a simple, quality built system that is easy to use and understand, which can immediately improve the quality verification requirements of our customers. Being simple in design, the GenX series systems work well for both high resolution imaging of electronics and components as well as for the general purpose NDT applications."

About Pacific X-ray Imaging LLC:

Pacific X-ray Imaging (PXI) is an x-ray system manufacturer with full service, engineering, and support specializing in X-ray Inspection Products and X-ray Imaging Products to the electronics manufacturing industry worldwide and to specialized applications of imaging technology and software analysis.

For more information, visit www.pacificxray.com, email sales@pacificxray.com, or call(858) 385-1958.

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