Universal AdVantis AC-30L SMT Placement

Universal AdVantis AC-30L ID: 5405

Universal AdVantis AC-30L {ID: 5405}

32kcph speed placing from sub-0201 components to CSP, WSP, BGA, and others up to 30mm square.
CEE ID: 5405
Status: Sold
Model: AdVantis AC-30L
Vendor: Universal
DOM: 2005
Condition: Superior to inline with its age
Cycles: 41M
Facilities: 200-240VAC, 3ph & 3CFM @ 90psi
Dims: 66" x 66.5" x 87.1" @ 5,700lbs



● Lightning Head - 32,000 cph from a compact footprint
● 72 Feeder slots (144 with dual lane feeders)
● UPS+ windows s/w with upgraded VME (version 6.6)
Board support
24/42V feeder interface
NPI (new product introduction) software
Precision Pro Feeder banks - removable
 
 
 
The AdVantis AC-30L is a high speed modular mounter, specifically engineered for application flexibility and long
term reliability. The AdVantis AC-30L provides an attractive cost per placement for small components, yet is equipped
to manage the accuracy and repeatability demands of emerging technologies. This Platform is an ideal high speed
machine with a component range far superior to traditional chipshooters.
 
The AdVantis AC-30L is specifically designed to provide:
● Superior throughput
● High pick performance
● Fewer maintenance requirements
● Ease of use
● Broad component handling range, 0603mm (0201) to 30mm (1.18”) square
 
Features
● Welded Steel Base Frame
● Leadscrew Positioning System
● Lightning Placement Head
     -> 30 intelligent spindle assemblies
     -> All vision processing is performed “on the fly” to maximize throughput.
     -> Continuous updates of X, Y, and Z-height pickup and placement locations
● On-The-Head Cameras
     -> narrow field of view camera can image components from 0402mm (01005) to 8mm square
     -> wide field of view camera can image components up to 30mm square
● PrecisionPro Feeder Interface
● UPS+ Component Database
UPS+ (Universal Platform Software +)
     -> Microsoft Windows 2000 operating system
     -> Graphic user interface with configurable icons and machine status messages
     -> Graphical pattern programming tools with spreadsheet-style data entry
     -> Networkable component and nozzle database
     -> User configurable optimization aid
     -> Comprehensive data import/export
     -> Powerful query tools
     -> Programmable feeder templates
     -> On-the-fly vision inspection, using ESITM vision engine technology
     -> Enhanced product setup, simplifying component and board programming by teaching images
     -> Machine Status information display for quick ID of error and recovery
     -> Powerful diagnostic and manual axis control tools
     -> On-line Documentation
     -> AdVantis AC-30L can measure its own accuracy and repeatability performance and provide statistical information back through the user interface(MMI AT)
     -> Management Information includes detection and reporting of pick, vision inspection, feeder, nozzle, and head
performance.
     -> Missing ball detection and pitch inspection for BGA and CCGA devices including all ball count
     -> Configuration template export facilitates off-line program generation, optimization, and simulation for multiple
AdVantis AC-30L Platform configurations
 
 
New Product Introduction Software (NPI)
The NPI software package provides the following benefits to not only New Product Introduction and First Article build, but to everyday production issues no matter what the manufacturing environment.
Features included within this software are as follows:
 
Feeder Inspection
● User can select all feeders or individual feeders to inspect.
● User can verify pick point, rotation, and pitch setting. Inaccurate data is updated and stored.
● An auto mode can be used to sequentially drive to each feeder selected without user intervention.
● Graphic overlays can be used if selected components have an orientation mark.
● Modifiable move increments ensure tight accuracy.
● User can index feeder from screen ensuring components are available for initial pick.
 
Fiducial Inspection
● User can select all or individual Fiducials to inspect.
● Actual Fiducial find algorithms are executed ensuring that the Fiducials can be found. Corrections can be made
to light levels and geometry.
● Fiducial locations can be updated. The first location updated will not affect CAD coordinates, but rather the
reference point of the product so that the relationship to placements coordinates will not be lost.
 
Pre-placement Inspection
● Users can select all placements or a subset of placements to inspect. A hot button can be used to select 1 of
each component ID for inspection.
● Users can select Auto mode which automatically steps through placements, or steps through placements
individually.
● Users can modify location and or rotation of components.
● Users can select to display a graphic of component with orientation mark.
● A drive-to-corner function is available if a component is larger than the field of view.
 
Circuit / Offset Inspection
● Users may select Fiducials or placements to verify circuit/offset information
● Users can edit location and or rotation of circuits/offsets if necessary.
 
Board Population
● Feeder, Fiducial, and placement errors should be corrected at this point.
● Corrections to component definitions may still be necessary (light level, geometry, etc.).
● Upon vision failures (in NPI full cycle mode) an error recovery screen pops up allowing the user to reject, skip, or
edit the component.
● If editing, the component’s description is displayed with the failed vision image.
● The user can reject, re-inspect, skip, or place the component with failed image.
● The user can edit the component definition and re-inspect the part until a successful image acquisition is
received.
● The component stays on the nozzle until action is taken thus eliminating scrap.
● The zoom function can bring small components into an effective field of view for debug.
● A detailed log file comprehensively stores all modifications to components with pre and post change values.
● The log file can be overwritten, appended, or created per job depending upon the user’s preference.
● Components can be placed without successful image acquisition if scrap is not possible. In this case, nozzle tip
center will be used for placement centriod.
 
Post-placement Inspection
● The user may select all or a subset of placements for post-placement inspection.
● The user may individually or automatically step through the selected placements.
● The user can verify rotations and or locations
● This is a semi-automatic optical inspection.
 
 
 
 
Component Handling Capabilities for Lightning Head
Component Width:  (min) 0.3mm (0.012”) - (max) 30mm3 (1.181”)
Component Length: (min) 0.6mm (0.024”) - (max) 30mm3 (1.181”)
Component Height: (min) 0.15mm (0.006”) - (max) 6mm (0.24”)2
Component Weight: 4 grams
Placement Force (grams): 200 ± 20%
MELF Diameter: (min) 3.5mm (0.14”)
Lead Pitch (wide camera): (min) 0.3mm (0.012”)
Lead Pitch (narrow camera): (min) 0.1mm (0.004”)
Minimum Lead Width (30 mm Square Component Size): 0.46mm (0.018”)
Minimum Lead Width (20 mm Square Component Size): 0.36mm (0.014”)
Bump Diameter (narrow camera): 0.102mm (0.004”)
 
Final Placement Performance 50 DPM
Intrinsic Availability 98%
Maintenance Interval 5.7 Hours every 6 weeks
 
Placement Capability – Universal Reference Method with Glass Slugs on Glass Plates
 
X/Y Spec Limits(um): 65
Theta Spec Limits (deg): 1.0
Min Cpk: 1.33
 
Machine Speed
Maximum CPH: 33,600 using 1005(0402)
4 board IPC: 21,000 using 1608 (0603)
 
Board Specifications
   ● Length: Min[50.8mm (2”)] Max[508mm (20”)]
   ● Width: Min[50.8mm (2”)] Max[457mm (18”)]
   ● Thickness: Min[0.508mm (.02”)] Max[5.08mm (.2”)]
   ● Weight: 2.72kg (6lbs)
 
Board Clearance
   ● Topside Clearance: 25.4mm (1.00”)
   ● Bottom Side Clearance: 25.4mm (1.00”)
 
 
This unit is located in the CEE facility in the Chicago area. A CEE technician will demonstrate the unit fully functional for your live or video acceptance. If you require special acceptance criteria, please discuss this with your CEE sales agent. Availability is subject to prior sale.



Disclaimer

Information is provided for your convenience as our good faith estimate for this equipment. CEE does not warrant the accuracy of this information due to the nature of used equipment. Used equipment can be customized, altered, or simply worn beyond the capability to perform to original specifications. If certain details are critical for your application, we highly recommend testing the machines performance on that criteria. Please notify your CEE sales representative prior to purchase and we will propose solutions for your concerns. CEE's goal is always to minimize your risk.