US Patents- BPM Microsystems
US Patent: Automated teaching of pick and place workflow locations on an automated programming system
Patent Number: US 2020/0148484 A1 Inventors: William H. White, Alain A. Mangiat, Josue E. Salazar Vanoye, Colin D. Harper Abstract The operator may first place a blank device in a first socket in a first site. The APS may self-teach the position and orientation of...
US Patent: Electronic apparatus and bit error rate tolerance method for programming non-volatile memory devices
US20090287969A1: The present invention provides an apparatus and method for using a bit error rate tolerance (BERT) technique for high-speed programming of non-volatile electronic memory devices.
An in-line programming (ILP) system and method for programming and testing programmable integrated circuit devices (PICs) and performing the assembly of printed circuit board assemblies (PCBAs). Printed circuit boards enter and leave the ILP system on a conveyor system.
Systems and methods for teaching a location in a device programming apparatus. The X, Y, Z and angle coordinates of a pick and place nozzle are initialized, and the nozzle is moved in the X and Y coordinates to a position above the device in the location to be taught. The new X and Y coordinates of the nozzle are stored to a memory along with the initial angle coordinate.
Patent No: 6,230,067 (B1) Download PDF | Find Prior Art | Similar Inventor: William H. White Abstract An in-line programming (ILP) system and method for programming and testing programmable integrated circuit devices (PICs) and performing the assembly of printed...
U.S. patent number 5,996,004 [Application Number 08/581,767] was granted by the patent office on November 30, 1999, for concurrent programming apparatus and method for electronic devices. This patent grant is currently assigned to BPM Microsystems, Inc. The invention is credited to William H. White.