Monday, September 17, 2012

I/O Devices

I/O Devices
Tray : It is the standard I/O device of the machine. Users provide the type and three special positions of the tray, and the system can calculate the position of each chip on the tray.
Auto tray : This device includes tray in and tray out. Users can put 10 trays into the device. When the machine is running, users can add trays or take out trays without stopping the machine.
Tape-in Device : An input device for tapes with IC packaging. It must be modified for custom IC size.
Tape-out Device : An output device for tapes with IC packaging. It handles tape widths of 12mm to 40mm. The tape can be air-pressed or heat-sealed.
Tube-In Device
Tube-Out Device

Assistant Control

    Built-in Control : PC-based control with Windows XP.
    Display : LCD monitor.
    Data entry : Keyboard & mouse.




Built-in Programmer
Programming systems are USB Interfaced 4 Ultra-high Speed Stand-alone Universal Device Programming units; SuperPro 5000


Hardware & electrical Specifications

    Supported devices: EPROM, Paged EPROM, Parallel and Serial EEPROM, FPGA Configuration PROM, FLASH memory (NOR & NAND), BPROM, NVRAM, SPLD, CPLD, EPLD, Firmware HUB, Microcontroller, MCU, Standard Logic.
    Packages supported: PLCC, JLCC, SOIC, QFP, TQFP, PQFP, VQFP, TSOP, SOP, TSOPII, PSOP, TSSOP, SON, EBGA, FBGA, VFBGA, uBGA, CSP, SCSP
    PC interface: USB2.0
    Electrical spec. of the AC adapter: AC input 90V to 250V, 50/60Hz, DC output -; power:2KW
    Mechanical parameter: Main unit: Size: 820*640*1550 mm Weight: 547 lbs (248 Kg.)=
    Packing weight: 594 lbs (270 Kg.)

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