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ECT Intros A7 Flying Probe Test System from atg-LM
Flying-probe scanner.
Pomona, CA — Everett Charles Technologies (ECT), a subsidiary of Dover Corporation, is introducing the new A7Cf Flying Probe Test System from atg-LM. The double-sided test system uses four probes on top and four additional probes on the bottom.

The high-speed A7 performs up to 140 measurements per second or up to 8400 per minute, depending on the product under test and test method. The platform has a large test area of 20 x 24-in. (508 x 609mm), and can inspect pad sizes down to 2 mil/1.3 mil with micro needle (50.8/33.02µ) and pitches down to 4 mil/3 mil with micro needle (101.6/76.2µ).

The universal shuttle system offers a clamp and tension mode for testing flexible and rigid boards. In addition to providing high-speed Kelvin 4-wire measurement, the A7 incorporates direct linear drives and a carbon fiber Z-axis for extreme accuracy and speed.

Contact: Everett Charles Technologies, 700 E. Harrison Ave., Pomona, CA 91767 909-625-5551 fax: 909-624-9746 Web:

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