Solutions to Challenging Electronics Assembly Applications
Electronics equipment manufacturers and electronics manufacturing services (EMS) companies around the world choose products and solutions from Banner Engineering to help them reduce expenses, improve processes and increase product quality and output.
We are automation experts offering a broad range of sensors, vision sensors, safety control, LED lights and indicators, and a capacity for rapid customization. Combined with our rich industry and application knowledge, we are able to provide equipment manufacturers and manufacturing service companies with tremendous depth and flexibility to solve the most challenging electronics assembly applications.
In order to detect these chips as they move down the conveyor, powerful sensors need to rapidly and accurately count them, but there are not many sensors that are tiny enough to fit into tight, confined spaces and still have reliable, speedy detection that keeps up with the integrated circuits as they pass by. With Banner’s ultra-miniature compact Q12 sensor, counting integrated circuits on the manufacturing line is simple.
Banner Engineering’s miniature VS8 sensor fits atop a glue gun to accurately detect the presence of adhesive as it is being applied. The VS8 is taught the distance between glue gun and PCB and can detect the very small height distance after the adhesive gets applied and recognize if there are any gaps or bubbles. The miniature sensors fit into tight spaces common in electronics assembly.
To verify an electronic component like that shown, an image of a good part was captured using an iVu Series sensor configured for a Match inspection. If the sensor detects a part with a bent or missing connector, or if the part is wrong side up, the sensor sends a fail output to the line, and the part is rejected.
Cell phones and other mobile electronics have densely populated components on their printed circuit boards. A VE Smart Camera is used to capture all the fine details and ensure that all components are present and placed correctly. Using a camera eliminates the risk of human error and prevents malfunctions and recalls.