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ExtraEye First Article Inspection for the PCB Manufacturing Industry

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Published on Oct 27, 2011

The Best First Article Inspection Solution

Why ExtraEye?
First article inspection (FAI) in the PCB assembly process is one of the most important steps - left unchecked every mistake from assembly machine setup multiplies into hundreds of incorrectly assembled PCBs. Maximum accuracy in first article inspection is extremely important.

An advanced manual optical navigation system which allows simple and quick inspection of first article PCB's by high resolution scanning of the assembled board, components list (BOM), and assembly drawing; simultaneously, in real time.

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User friendly graphical user interface (GUI) software does not need skilled operators. Ready to use within minutes
Needs only CAD file, BOM, and assembly drawing
No need for "golden board" or any programming
Source of database according priorities/groups
Easy-to-read component values; even laser marks
Displays the components and drawing location simultaneously on the same screen
Create and print a report of test steps and error markings
Special automatic zoom function displays the inxpected component individually at optimal size and angle
High resolution scanner, with special illumination
Supports 0201 and larger components
Special image filter helps read IC laser markings
Combines a special optical scanner and unique software designed to inspect SMT board assemblies before or after
soldering. The system imports the user database and allows test sorting by different definitions/filters.
Supports .xls, .dwg, .jpg, .lpdf, .txt, .csv and other common file formats.

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