The solution is for Nordson ASYMTEK applications in cleanrooms for sensor assembly
The solution features remote communication and control of multiple ASYMTEK machines using SECS/GEM from a single application
Optimal Electronics Corporation, a provider of process control and traceability solutions for cleanrooms and MEMS sensor assembly, has introduced dispense process control and traceability for Nordson ASYMTEK machines.
Optimal Electronics Founder and CEO Ranko Vujosevic, said: “As part of our continuing focus on process control and traceability for sensor manufacturing in cleanrooms, Optimal Electronics has developed a real-time process control and traceability solution for Nordson ASYMTEK machines, more specifically the Spectrum II series.”
The solution is integrated into its complete cleanroom traceability solution with wafer sorting, sensor plasma cleaning and die attach by pick-and-place machines.
The solution features: remote communication and control of multiple ASYMTEK machines using SECS/GEM from a single application, recipe and SPC test program verification; complete traceability of the dispense fluid; glue thaw and expiration time control; interface to customers’ legacy MES system and enforcement of closed-loop process control for consistent dispense weight.
The company says the solution is proven and in production at large global sensors/automotive electronics plants. Installation of the system takes only a few days and most work is performed remotely.