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BPM Microsystems Introduces 4900 APS

Nov 09, 2017

BPM Microsystems 4900 Automated Programming System

BPM Microsystems 4900 Automated Programming System

BPM Microsystems is demonstrating its new 4900 automated programming system at Productronica. The 4900, with its advanced chip-scale part (CSP) device handling, on-the-fly vision alignment, and HS400 programming speeds, satisfies a vast range of programming needs in one automated system. Featuring high-performance laser marking and 3D inspection, the 4900 provides advanced serialization and quality control, meeting the highest programming and cyber security standards for automotive, aerospace, medical, industrial and mobile device industries.

The 4900 is powered by the newest BPM 9th generation technology. This technology programs eMMC in HS400 mode, the highest speed mode available, as well as HS200, DDR and SDR. The 4900 supports a high-mix of devices on the same site, including microcontrollers, FPGA, eMMC, NAND, NOR and Serial Flash, delivering speed and versatility on one system.

Innovations for advanced CSP device handling include BPM patent-pending WhisperTeach™ technology, which fully automates teaching the smallest CSP devices. A new camera delivers vision alignment across the x, y, and z axes, to accurately align small devices while in motion. The new alignment and positioning capabilities of the 4900 allow it to operate at full speed when handling CSP devices.  

The 4900 introduces a new hybrid laser that combines fiber and Nd:YAG laser technologies for precision marking quality. Built-in mark verification and laser power monitoring at the point of mark ensure a consistent, damage-free mark on every device. The integrated 3D Inspection system completes the 4900 by delivering full device package validation after programming. The 3D Inspection checks BGA, CSP, QFP, TSOP, SOIC and J-Lead devices for coplanarity, bent lead, pitch, width, diameter, standoff and XY errors. 3D Inspection ensures each device meets specifications resulting in higher quality devices and lower overall costs.

See at Productronica, Booth A1.353

Contact:

BPM Microsystems, 15000 Northwest Fwy, Houston, TX 77040

Phone: 713-688-4600 Email: info@bpmmicro.com web: www.bpmmicro.com 

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