BPWin 6.2.6

BPM 3000/4000 Series Autohandler

  • Added WhisperTeach™ functionality for 4x enabled APS
  • Improved BPWin launch time by opening inspection software only when it is part of the Workflow.
  • Resolved crash observed after running two consecutive jobs and removing a peripheral from the workflow in between both sessions.
  • Added instructions for the user at Pick-and-Place Position Tool Dialog.
  • Implemented 2-step inspection for small leaded devices necessary for Scanner Tech 3D vision system.
  • Enabled workflow to support inspection before laser marking.
  • Resolved placing devices in incorrect orientation after rejected due to failing vision inspection. This was happening only for workflow Source->Inspection->SameSource.
  • Resolved issue where the first device inspected by UltraVim would always be rejected.
  • Resolved motion pause observed when moving to or from 3D inspection.
  • Fixed Z inspection height for small leaded devices when using the Scanner Tech 3D system.
  • Resolved issue where UltraVim 3D inspection software was not opening when accessing Scanner Tech teach.
  • Improved interaction between BPWin and inspection system to speed up access to Workflow dialog.
  • Added ability to customize UltraVim camera rotation in teach dialog.
  • Fixed an error that occurred when the wrong socket module is installed.

Device Programming

  • Reverse Insertion test support for 9th gen programmers.
  • Fixed an issue on 9th Gen that occurred for some 1.8V device algorithms.
  • Improved Gen 9 compatibility with legacy algorithms
  • Resolved Continuity Test yield issues for some devices on 9th Gen.
  • Fixed a bug that resulted in an error where 9th Gen LEDs could not be configured.
  • Fixed a crash that can occur when running the second job session after loading a JobMaster file with serialization enabled.
  • 9th gen systemic bug fix for erase failure with Altera EPCE16 and similar devices.
  • Fixed a bug that occurred when loading an ABP file as a data file.
  • Fixed a bug on 9th Gen that caused some algorithms with multiple Vcc sources to fail.