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EIIT in Productronica 2019

Together with CONTROLAR, EIIT will participate in Productronica 2019, the world’s leading trade fair for electronics development and production, to be held in Munich, Germany, from 12 to 15 November.

Productronica offers a comprehensive view of the global electronics manufacturing, assembly and testing market. Every two years, the leading industry representatives meet in Munich to come up with innovative solutions and products for the entire value chain in electronics manufacturing.

EIIT’s stand is located in hall A1, no. 325.

Visitors will be invited to follow a path through the different areas of PCB Systems, Test Systems, Automation Systems and watch different demonstrations of advanced industry applications that the company has been developing, which involve:

• the application of robotic solutions,
• connected machines,
• digital transformation,
• IIoT; augmented / mixed reality,
• vision systems, among others, in industrial production processes.

EIIT will thus have the opportunity to showcase its capabilities and products, attracting potential customers at a global level, maintaining proximity to the market and contact with its current customers.

The event plan will be available soon.

For more information about Productronica click here.

(Español) EIIT en FEINDEF 2019

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(Español) EIIT en MATELEC 2018

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EIIT presents the XILS600 handler at Productronica

EIIT is proud to announce the brand new member of the XILS Handler Series family, the XILS600, that will be presented at Productronica, from 14 to 17 November, in Munich, Germany.

The XILS600 is the ideal handling solution when you need multiple stations working in parallel but in a physical serial layout.

Due to a special instrumentation Subrack with a secondary interface to the fixture, this handler is the market leader in the shortest wiring distance from instrumentation to UUT, ideal for critical instruments. These characteristics make the XILS600 the ideal handler for ISP (Flashing) and FCT (Functional) applications.



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(Español) EIIT en MATELEC

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Schleuniger wins the 2015 Innovation Award

Success for Schleuniger, EIIT partner, at the productronica 2015 trade fair in Munich. The CoaxCenter 6000 received the productronica Innovation Award 2015. It is the first machine system that processes micro-coaxial cables fully-automatically and with high precision.

The Swiss Schleuniger Group celebrated a great success at the productronica 2015 trade fair in Munich, Germany. The company’s CoaxCenter 6000 won the productronica Innovation Award 6000 in the Cables, Coils and Hybrids Cluster prevailing against renowned competitors.

The CoaxCenter 6000 is the world’s first and currently the only machine system that enables micro-coaxial cables to be processed fully-automatically and with high precision. On behalf of the award panel, Christian Stoppok from the German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers’ Association (ZVEI) emphasized that the panel was particularly convinced by the innovative combination of a maximum degree of precision, the quality monitoring, and the processing volume.

Schleuniger CEO Christoph Schüpbach was extremely pleased about the prize and put this important award into a comprehensive context: “Our DNA drives us to perfect cable processing, to even better understand the current and future requirements of the industry, and respond with convincing solutions. Our CoaxCenter 6000 is just such a solution. It won the productronica Innovation Award in representation for the entire range of Schleuniger innovations,” Christoph Schüpbach makes clear. Christoph Schüpbach is also pleased “that our employees were rewarded for their continuous and outstanding commitment.”

The CoaxCenter 6000 was first presented to the public this spring at the Internepcon exhibition in Tokyo, where it attracted considerable interest amongst the visitors. The machine was designed to fulfil the modern communication society’s increased data transfer demands in terms of data volume and data security and the resulting growing requirements on antenna components. As a result, assemblers of such cables are increasingly coming up against limits, because the required length tolerances can hardly be fulfilled using manual or semi-automatic tools. Hence, the cable ends must be checked systematically and without errors. In particular, it was important to exclude human sources of error, because even the slightest contact with the cable end can bend it and render the cable unusable.

The CoaxCenter 6000 systematically integrates and automates all the confection steps on a highly flexible machine platform. For the customer, this results in numerous benefits:

  • The machine offers the highest degree of stripping accuracy of all the solutions that are currently available on the market
  • Fully automatic monitoring of the stripping results using QCam 360
  • Production protocol with all the relevant process parameters including 3D images
  • Maximum degree of flexibility with regard to the integration of additional process steps, such as crimping, tinning, and window stripping

In addition to these technological and qualitative innovations, the CoaxCenter 6000 also achieves extremely high productivity: The output of this machine is at least three times higher than with manual and semi-automatic processes, and all this with considerably lower personnel and handling requirements and in perfect quality.

This is the first year that the productronica Innovation Award was conferred. It is presented by the productronica trade fair in cooperation with the productronic trade journal. The independent award panel consisted of Professor Klaus-Dieter Lang from the Frauenhofer Institut IZM, Professor Mathias Nowottnick from the University of Rostock, Dr. Martin Oppermann from the Dresden University of Technology, Professor Lothar Pfitzner from the Frauenhofer Institut IISB, Dr. Eric Maiser from the German Engineering Federation (VDMA), and Christoph Stoppok from the Association of the Electrical Engineering and Electronics Industry (ZVEI).

The Schleuniger Group in Thun is a globally active technology company and a leading supplier in the Wire Processing industry. Customers of the Schleuniger Group primarily supply the automotive, entertainment and information industries as well as the communication sector. Schleuniger products are used whenever precise wire processing plays a role.

EIIT presents the new XILS800-TSi Handler at PRODUTRONICA

Meet EIIT at Produtronica at Hall A1 Booth 339.

EIIT presents the new XILS800-TSi Handler for TERADYNE TSi instrumentation

EIIT is proud to announce its brand new XIL800-TSi Handler built specifically to integrate TestStation® ICT equipment from TERADYNE™.

XILS800-TSi is the new member of the XILS Handler Series family, prepared for the most demanding applications and designed for high number of test points and panel sizes.

Powered by TERADYNE™ TSi ICT platform and taking advantage of the XILS series characteristics; supporting a wide range of PCB dimensions, high programmable handling speeds, fast and easy setup, with a highly facilitated product changeover; makes it the best choice for your In-Line testing needs.


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VarioTAP® processor emulation for Texas Instruments AM355x family

GOEPEL electronic extends the VarioTAP® technology for universal processor emulation for the Texas Instruments AM355x family of the Sitara™ series. The processor is reconfigured to provide design-integrated test and programming instruments via the native debug port. A respective VarioTAP® model, as part of an extensive IP library, contains all relevant access information for the respective target processor. On this basis, users can select a processor corresponding to their design and be able to test and validate the connected hardware unit as well as program Flash memories.

The new VarioTAP® model offers these techniques for the AM355x family from Texas Instruments. These processors allow designs with many features including lower power consumption. Main areas of application are automotive, industrial and consumer electronics. The processors are based on a 32-bit ARM Cortex A8 RISC architecture with clock frequencies up to 1.0 GHz. They are integrated into miniaturized housings as BGA components with up to 324 Pins, not allowing direct contacting to external instruments. VarioTAP® can be utilized to provide design-integrated tools for test, hardware debug, Flash programming and design validation after chip mounting.


About VarioTAP®:

VarioTAP® is a technology for processor emulation developed by GOEPEL electronic. Thereby, a processor is reconfigured to provide design-integrated test and programming instruments via the native debug port. A respective VarioTAP® model, as part of an extensive IP library, contains all relevant access information for the respective target processor. On this basis users can select a processor corresponding to their design and be able to test and validate the connected hardware unit as well as program Flash memories.


EIIT has delivered in July to Airbus Defence & Space an integration bench to test the capabilities of the control units in charge of the hydraulic servo actuators for the rudder and the elevators in order to upgrade the navigation system of the aircrafts to a fly-by-wire system.

This bench is made up one 19”rack where the following elements are mounted:  three airborne control units, one VME based simulation system, one patching panel for signal monitoring, two Ethernet switches, for internal interconnection plus connection to the external laboratory network, plus the corresponding power distribution units.

The bench is powered by SEAS System, SEAS v3.3 version, software System developed by   Airbus DS.

The VME instrumentation hardware is designed to monitor /simulate the following signals: 39 ARINC 429 buses, 87 discrete signals, 6 analog signals, 9×6 wires LVDT sensors, 6 x 4 wires LVT sensors, 6 x 5 wires RVDT sensors, 6 RS232 buses and 2 CAN buses.

All the signals and buses have been functionally tested prior to the delivery of the system and the LVDT simulation outputs have been tested to accuracies in the range of 0,275% to 0,85%, giving an absolute value in accuracy of 9 mV to 16 mV.

Fly-by-wire tester