Data I/O to Showcase New PSV7000 Automated Programming System at Productronica

The PSV7000 is the world's premiere automated programming system with the speed, flexibility and fast changeover to handle any job at the lowest total cost of ownership

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Data I/O Corporation (NASDAQ: DAIO), the leading global provider of advanced programming and IP management solutions for flash, flash-memory based intelligent devices and microcontrollers, will showcase the new PSV7000 in Hall A2, Stand 205 at the 20th international Productronica International Trade Fair, scheduled to take place November 12 - 15, 2013 at the New Munich Trade Fair Centre in Munich, Germany.


Engineered for speed, the PSV7000 is the world’s fastest automated programming system capable of programming up to 2000 devices/hour with tray, tape and tube, even with large file sizes.


Designed for ultimate flexibility and zero changeover. The PSV7000 provides the greatest socket density with up to 96 programming sockets, enables concurrently installed media options for zero changeover and is the only programming handler able to pick and place the smallest devices on the market (1.5mm x 1.5mm). In addition, the FlashCORE III programmers support all device types, including FPGAs, CPLDs, Microcontrollers, and all flash types as well.


The PSV7000 delivers unprecedented value to customers. One PSV7000 can produce the equivalent output of multiple alternative systems. Customers’ can leverage their investment in FlashCORE adapters, algorithms, programming jobs and all Data I/O value added software applications saving significant time and tens of thousands of dollars.
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