ATLANTA, April 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In response to customer demand, Engent, a leading provider of next generation electronics manufacturing and technology services, has added SPEA 4060M Flying Probe to its comprehensive testing services. The technology provides an additional resource for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to take advantage of leading-edge fixtureless testing regardless of company size.
The SPEA 4060M Flying Probe testing enables decreased time-to-market for new products. Additionally, OEMs can access additional test coverage that was previously cost-prohibitive to older or more sizable production runs. The technology is a cost-effective solution to in-circuit test systems and is ideal for testing prototype boards, high volume assembly boards and small-to-medium production runs.
"We added the SPEA 4060M test system to better serve new customers who are seeking fixtureless test and testing services," said Andrey Karnauch, director of operations at Engent. "The new testing capabilities will allow our customers to further consolidate their contract manufacturing needs by simplifying and speeding up operations as well as decreasing costs."
The technology is designed to cover the widest range of test requirements, while ensuring competitive pricing, fast turnaround times, extreme accuracy and flexibility. It uses moving probes in place of a 'fixed' bed-of-nails structure, which allows the probe to work swiftly and accurately while reducing programming costs.
For more information about Engent's testing capabilities and services, visit www.engentaat.com. To learn more about the SPEA 4060M Flying Probe, visit www.spea.com.
About Engent: Engent, Inc. is a leading provider of next generation microelectronics development and manufacturing services. Located in Norcross, GA, Engent was founded in 2003 to provide world class production, development and engineering services for small form factor electronics. Engent engages in all stages of the electronic miniaturization process and serves key electronic and microelectric markets in the military, medical and industrial sectors with clients ranging from budding entrepreneurial technology firms to Fortune 50 companies.