All Electronics Solutions

  1. Electronic Marking Verification

    The solution uses an iVu Series sensor configured for a Match inspection. A reference "good" identifier is taught into the sensor. In service on the production line, the sensor detects when a component does not have the correct identifier, and sends a fail output to the line, and the part is rejected.

  2. Adhesive Bead Detection

    The D10 Expert sensor, with the fiber optic sensing tip positioned near where the robot applies the adhesive, verifies that adhesive is applied to the IC chips. Opposed pairs of VS2 sensors detect when the level of filled wafer trays exceeds a preset height.

  3. Industrial Bar Code Verification on a Cell Phone Component

    The PresencePLUS P4 BCR industrial bar code scanner reads and verifies the small 2D bar code affixed to a component of a cell phone.

  4. Verification of Two Bar Codes on a Part

    A part is tracked using both a linear and a 2-dimensional bar code. The high-resolution PresencePLUS P4 BCR 1.3 reads both types simultaneously to verify that they are correct.

  5. Lower-Risk Machine Guarding: Carousel

    The Type 2 EZ-SCREEN safety light screen protects hands and fingers from being bumped, bruised, or pinched by the moving parts of a carousel.

  6. Lower-Risk Machine Guarding: Chip Shooter

    The Type 2 EZ-SCREEN safety light screen guards the opening to a chip shooter, which has moving parts that can cause painful but usually temporary injuries.

  7. Hard Disk Detection

    Because disk surfaces are shiny, many sensors have difficulty detecting whether a hard disk is properly seated in a hard drive. The divergent-beam MINI-BEAM Expert sensor is installed above a conveyor transporting hard disks. The sensor is programmed to recognize a predetermined amount of returned light. When the sensing beam is directed onto a perpendicular specular surface, such as a properly seated hard disk, more light is returned to the receiver. The MINI-BEAM sensor pair triggers the MINI-BEAM Expert.

  8. Solder Ball Inspection

    To verify each integrated circuit, this application uses an iVu Series sensor configured for an Area with Motion application. If the sensor detects a part with missing or damaged solder balls, or if it detects any foreign material, the sensor sends a fail output to the line, and the part is rejected.

  9. Part Flaw Detection

    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.

  10. Counting Integrated Circuits

    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.

  11. Counting Memory Sticks

    As memory sticks used in digital devices pass on a conveyor, the WORLD-BEAM Q12 counts the sticks by detecting the slight difference in height between the stick and the conveyor belt.

  12. Bond Wire Break Detection with a Fiber Optic Pair

    A pair of fiber optics in opposed mode are located below the bond wire. When the wire breaks and falls through the beam, an adjustable one-shot output pulse is energized. This application does not require a consistent positioning of the bonding wire.

  13. Integrated Circuit Orientation

    The PresencePLUS Pro sensor checks the orientation of each integrated circuit before is is transferred to a circuit board.