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Our automated optical inspection system for real time checking of PCBs.

Our automated optical inspection system for real time checking of PCBs.

Manufacturing PCB assemblies is a fundamental part of what we do as an EMS supplier.

And right at the heart of this is our surface mount capability – i.e. putting chips and components on boards.

We have five automated SMT lines delivering the highest quality product with the greatest flexibility – including a line for fast prototype production, within days if needs be.

We can place components as small as 01005 passives, 0.3 mm pitch, and go right up to 1900 ball devices.

As each board exits the pick and place unit, it is carefully checked with our automated optical inspection system (pictured) working in combination with an x-ray real time system to verify the soldering of the various packages meet IPC-A-610 Class 3 standards.

This also ensures every board is 100% defect-free before other assembly work begins.

Read how our PCB assembly facility can help you via this link.



OSI Electronics UK is a subsidiary of Californian based OSI Electronics.

Posted 27th February 2018, updated 1st February 2020.