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Publication Date: 04/1/2012
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CyberOptics Shows Newest AOI and SPI Systems
QX-100 AOI system.
Minneapolis, MN — CyberOptics Corporation is introducing the QX100 tabletop AOI system, equipped with AI2 next-generation image analysis software along with a preview of its latest in-line AOI and SPI systems. The company's unusual value-add initiatives such as one-step SPI/AOI programming, AOI-SPI correlation analysis and printer closed loop feedback capability also will be featured. According to the company, the QX100 redefines tabletop inspection by combining the performance of an in-line inspection system with the flexibility of a tabletop system. The system uses the company's unusual image acquisition technology, the Strobed Inspection Module (SIM), and is capable of inspecting component sizes down to 01005. The sleek unit is powered by AI2 (Autonomous Image Interpretation), a patented next-generation image analysis technique that provides superior defect detection capabilities, lowest false call rates and improved clarity of defect identification. With AI2 technology, programming is faster — with a dramatic 90 percent reduction in examples, and simpler, with full support for unsupervised and semi-automatic model training. A single workflow setup makes it a suitable choice for high-mix environments. Programs created on QX100 are 100 percent compatible with in-line systems. The company is also showing its newest 3D SPI system, the SE500ULTRA, designed with an all-new, ultra-fast sensor setting a new benchmark for SPI inspection speed. The sensor combined with the company's unusual "all-in-one" scan algorithm positions the SPI system to be 30 percent faster than its predecessor SPI systems with zero compromise on measurement accuracy and repeatability. It also includes a dual illumination sensor option to further improve repeatability and reproducibility on the very smallest of paste deposits.

A sneak preview of the QX600 system, the company's next in-line AOI innovation, also is being displayed. The QX600 is designed with a new Strobe Inspection Module (SIM) with improved illumination using LED lighting and higher resolution of 12µm, enabling improved solder joint and gold finger inspection while significantly reducing reflection and shadow effects.

Also on display is a prototype version of the QX100i system, an entry-level inline AOI aimed at providing a cost-effective inspection solution.

Contact: CyberOptics Corp., 5900 Golden Hills Drive, Minneapolis, MN 55416 763-542-5000 fax: 763-542-5100 E-mail: Web:

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