Productronica 2021 ends with about 20,000 visitors and 894 exhibitors from 36 countries (including BPM), underscoring its position as a leading trade fair for the electronics industry. While those numbers are down from previous shows, there was much pent-up interest. Those who were there were eager to see what’s new. Read more here.
The new BPM310 10th Generation Automated Programmer ran flawlessly. Final numbers for the demo: 1,200 Devices per Hour (DPH) on four 10th Gen Sites with 32 sockets tray-to-tray (TS1500 Tray Stacker). The benchmark devices were BGA153s with a programming time of 38 seconds. By the fourth day of Productronica, the BPM310 cycled through over 30,000 devices! The BPM310 has a maximum configuration of 48 sockets on a smaller platform, with a maximum DPH of 1,432. The BPM310 can be configured with advanced peripherals, such as 3D inspection and fiber laser marker.
“Another Productronica is in the record books,” says Colin Harper, Global Sales Director at BPM. “A big thanks to Adaptsys (BPM’s European Distributor) for another successful show. And thank you to all the visitors that stopped by to see our new universal automated programming system, the BPM310. We’re looking forward to furthering engagement. Prost!”
The BPM310 was received well by numerous electronics manufacturers, who are interested in bringing programming in-house. They are excited by the prospect of a small platform with maximum capacity, including high-density devices, such as eMMC, UFS, and Microcontrollers without the need for multiple site types.
Next Productronica, which happens every two years, will be November 14-17 2023.
Day 2 is in the books: more traffic and lots of excitement for BPM’s latest innovation, the BPM310 Automated Programmer. Automotive, Contract Manufacturers and Consumer Electronics companies are among those interested.
The BPM310 is positioned to outperform higher-priced systems and includes advanced features such as WhisperTeach™, on-the-fly vision alignment, CSP support, serialization, encryption, and JobMaster while providing true universal technology. 10th Generation site technology supports the broadest range of devices including MCUs, eMMC, NAND, Serial Flash, UFS, and others. Highly configurable, the BPM310 provides options for Tape I/O, Tray I/O, Tube I/O, laser marking, and 3D inspection.
Productronica in Munich Germany is the second-largest electronics trade show in the world and continues through November 19, 2021.
Learn about BPM310 | US Tech Article | BPM310 Press Release
After a lengthy break from tradeshows, BPM is pleased to showcase its latest innovation: the BPM310 Automated Programming System
. The first 10th Generation
programmer offers the industry’s fastest programming times for UFS
, and MCU
s with twice as many sockets per site as its predecessor
. The BPM310 offers a capacity of up to 48 sockets, automotive-level quality
, and reliability in a small footprint. 10th Gen delivers the fastest UFS
programming performance in the industry achieving up to 440MB per second Read and 201MB per second Write. First-part time is accelerated because UFS programming can commence without pausing for data to download.
“The BPM310 with 32 sockets and TS1500 (tray stacker) is running flawlessly– 6,000 devices and counting,” says Colin Harper, Global Sales Director and Product Manager at BPM Microsystems. “It’s great to connect with customers and industry colleagues. It’s been too long!”
BPM is partnering with its European Distributor, Adaptsys, to launch this new product into the market.
If you are attending Productronica, please come by and see the BPM310 in Hall A1, Stand 353.
BPM will also showcase the BPM310 at APEX in San Diego in January 2022 for the American audience.
Colin Harper, BPM’s Global Sales Director, and James Cawkell, BPM’s Distributor in Europe, show off the latest APS from BPM, the BPM310.