LED assembly optimised

(PresseBox) ( Kastl/Utzenhofen, )
The cost-effective assembly of LEDs is not only a question of their mere assembly capacity. Whereas in the case of conventional PCB assembly, many different shapes are assembled, in the case of assembling LEDs, there are usually only a few different ones - yet these in large numbers.

In order to guarantee effective assembly and installation, all areas of assembly equipment must work together hand in hand. Particularly in stand-alone production, the pick & place machine must provide as much space as possible for fixing the PCBs. The placeALL 610 XL with its maximum surface area of 1020 x 770 mm provides sufficient reserves for this.

However, the software also plays an important role. LED circuits frequently comprise one or several LEDs plus series resistors which are mounted onto the panel. With a maximum number of panels of 40 x 40 PCBs (= 1600), the placeALL software offers unimaginable possibilities.

Each individual PCB can be easily corrected even after being fixed to the panel. Individual PCBs can be faded out, turned and moved either manually or automatically.

In addition, the software module level assembly allows the assembly of LEDs on different levels of the PCB in a really simple way. This means that light emitting diodes can be placed both on a PCB and in the PCB.

An appropriate assortment of assembly tools for assembling LEDs rounds off the efficient production. The adjustable blow-off function guarantees the process-stable and accurate placing of the light emitting diodes, especially when the LEDs have a sticky surface (e.g. in the case of silicone lenses).

FRITSCH has always been renowned for their manual, semi-automatic and automatic SMT equipment. With their placeALL® series, FRITSCH makes flexible and highly precise equipment available for the automated manufacturing of SMDs.

More information at: www.fritsch-smt.com
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