Automated Programming Systems
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for mass production

Automated Programming Systems (APS) are high-speed, highly-configurable industrial programmers that allow to program in parallel up to 48 devices with productivity up to 1700 devices per hour. The pick & place head is automatically taking devices from input media (tapes, trays or tubes), positioning them on-the-fly on the nozzle using Laser Alignment system and placing devices in the sockets on several programming sites. After completed programmingprocess (erasing, programming, verification, serialization, …) controlled by PC the components can be marked also on-the-fly with user defined sequence with Laser Marker. At the end, devices are automatically packed to tapes, trays or tubes. The whole process is fully automated and supervising by BPWin™ Device Programming Process Control Software, that also registers all required production statistics.

Configurability and flexibility of BPM programming systems are based on different available peripherals: components input feeders, trays and tubes automatic stackers, tray shuttle, optional laser marker, optional output Tape & Reel packing system and more. Thanks to above, machines can be easily adapted by users to their current requirements. Automated programming systems bring-in an additional advantage – they can repack components from different input media to the most efficient in automated production tapes.

3901

 
programming up to
I088
devices
per hour
I6
devices
simultaneously

3901 is the performance optimized Automated Programming System (APS) 4910 offered at the reasonable price level. It’s ultra-fast, highly-configurable, universal, 9th generation APS. It allows to program in parallel up to 16 devices with a speed up to 1088 devices per hour. It supports full spectrum of in/out peripherals. For the high quality and yield, it combines on-fly vision alignment of the programable devices on the nozzle using CyberOptics Laser Camera placed on the Pick & Place head and precise vertical positioning with the BPM’s original, award-winning WhisperTeach™ technology.

3901 supports devices such as: MCU, NOR, NAND, eMMC, PLD. It’s powered by BPM’s Vector Engine Co-Processor® BitBlast technology. Vector Engine BitBlast provides an incredible boost to programming speeds especially for managed NAND devices that utilize the eMMC interface, which drastically increases your overall throughput. 9th Generation is compatible with existing socket modules from previous generations 7 & 8 of type FVE, FX, FX2/FX4. So existing customers can retain the value of their investment in assets. An additional receptacle socket option, ultimately increases manufacturing up-time and saves socket replacement costs.

3928

 
programming up to
I432
devices
per hour
28
devices
simultaneously

3928 is the performance optimized Automated Programming System (APS) 3910 offered at the reasonable price level. It’s ultra-fast, highly-configurable, universal, 9th generation APS. It allows to program in parallel up to 28 devices with a speed up to 1432 devices per hour. It supports full spectrum of in/out peripherals. For the high quality and yield, it combines on-fly vision alignment of the programable devices on the nozzle using CyberOptics Laser Camera placed on the Pick & Place head and precise vertical positioning with the BPM’s original, award-winning WhisperTeach™ technology. Optionally it can be equipped with 3D inspection system.

3928 supports devices such as: MCU, NOR, NAND, eMMC, PLD. It’s powered by BPM’s Vector Engine Co-Processor® BitBlast technology. Vector Engine BitBlast provides an incredible boost to programming speeds especially for managed NAND devices that utilize the eMMC interface, which drastically increases your overall throughput. 9th Generation is compatible with existing socket modules from previous generations 7 & 8 of type FVE, FX, FX2/FX4. So existing customers can retain the value of their investment in assets. An additional receptacle socket option, ultimately increases manufacturing up-time and saves socket replacement costs.

4910

 
programming up to
I708
devices
per hour
48
devices
simultaneously

4910 is a 9-generation Automated Programming System (APS) for MCU, eMMC, NAND, NOR and serial flash devices. Applied programmers support high-speed signals up to 200 MHz, so for the latest eMMC HS400 memories provide write/read cycle while programming and verification up to do 400 MB/s. They have 256 GB buffer memory with upgrade possibility up to 512 GB. Thanks to downloading image files with a speed up to 25 MB/s to all programmers simultaneously, 4910 rapidly produces devices at maximum achievable by handler throughput – up to 1708 devices per hour. So 4910 system offers the best industry parameters and efficiency available on the market.

4910 offers advanced technologies originally only available on flagship product, the 4900. Component position alignment on the nozzle is achieved on-the fly, while device is transported to the site, with CyberOptics camera integrated with Pick&Place head. The system can maintain maximum speeds without sacrificing precision.

4910 offers WhisperTeach™, one of BPM's award-winning exclusive features. WhisperTeach™ using AI automatically teaches the critical Z-height with 15-micron accuracy for each pick/place location even for very small packages, saving an average of over 80% of the time required for job setup and increasing yield.

4910 has up to twelve 9th Generation high-speed universal programming sites, supporting up to 48 devices programmed simultaneously. Vector Engine with BitBlast, standard on all BPM’s 9th Gen systems, increases the throughput for high-density eMMC devices, compared to other systems. For example, on a 4GB Toshiba device, Vector Engine with BitBlast reduces program/verify time by over 8 minutes per device. In a direct comparison with one of BPM’s major competitors, that same device finished over 5 minutes faster on the 9th Gen programmer.

4910 offers true universal support―one solution for all your device programming requirements. It’s compatible with most existing 7th Gen and 8th Gen socket cards and algorithms, so our customers retain the value of asset investments and reduce time-to-market by leveraging existing socket card designs for future support. One universal programming site accommodates all devices, reducing the number of systems, sites, and sockets needed. Socket card design, with a receptacle socket option, ultimately increases your manufacturing up-time, produces higher first-pass yields and reduces replacement costs by up to 75 percent.

BPWin is user friendly API control software that allows to integrate your device programming process with your MES, allowing you to monitor and control inventory in real time.

3910

 
programming up to
I432
devices
per hour
I6
devices
simultaneously

3910 is a 9-generation Automated Programming System (APS) for MCU, eMMC, NAND, NOR and serial flash devices. Applied programmers support high-speed signals up to 200 MHz, so for the latest eMMC HS400 memories provide write/read cycle while programming and verification up to do 400 MB/s. They have 256 GB buffer memory with upgrade possibility up to 512 GB. Thanks to downloading image files with a speed up to 25 MB/s to all programmers simultaneously, 3910 rapidly produces devices at maximum achievable by handler throughput – up to 1432 devices per hour. So 3910 system offers the best industry parameters available on the market.

3910 offers advanced technologies originally only available on flagship product, the 4900. Component position alignment on the nozzle is achieved on-the fly, while device is transported to the site, with CyberOptics camera integrated with Pick&Place head. The system can maintain maximum speeds without sacrificing precision.

3910 offers WhisperTeach™, one of BPM's award-winning exclusive features. WhisperTeach™ using AI automatically teaches the critical Z-height with 15-micron accuracy for each pick/place location even for very small packages, saving an average of over 80% of the time required for job setup and increasing yield.

3910 has up to four 9th Generation high-speed universal programming sites, supporting up to 16 devices programmed simultaneously. Vector Engine with BitBlast, standard on all BPM’s 9th Gen systems, increases the throughput for high-density eMMC devices, compared to other systems. For example, on a 4GB Toshiba device, Vector Engine with BitBlast reduces program/verify time by over 8 minutes per device. In a direct comparison with one of BPM’s major competitors, that same device finished over 5 minutes faster on the 9th Gen programmer.

3910 offers true universal support―one solution for all your device programming requirements. It’s compatible with most existing 7th Gen and 8th Gen socket cards and algorithms, so our customers retain the value of asset investments and reduce time-to-market by leveraging existing socket card designs for future support. One universal programming site accommodates all devices, reducing the number of systems, sites, and sockets needed. Socket card design, with a receptacle socket option, ultimately increases your manufacturing up-time, produces higher first-pass yields and reduces replacement costs by up to 75 percent.

BPWin is user friendly API control software that allows to integrate your device programming process with your MES, allowing you to monitor and control inventory in real time.

4900

 
 

4900 is 9th Generation ultra-fast, highly-configurable, automated universal programming system based on 2900 sites. It’s the most efficient equipment available on the market that allows to program in parallel up to 48 devices with a speed up to 1500 devices per hour. It supports devices such as: MCU, NOR, NAND, eMMC, PLD. It’s powered by BPM’s Vector Engine Co-Processor® BitBlast technology. Vector Engine BitBlast provides an incredible boost to programming speeds especially for managed NAND devices that utilize the eMMC interface, which drastically increases your overall throughput. 9th Generation is compatible with existing socket modules from previous generations 7 & 8 of type FVE, FX, FX2/FX4. So existing customers can retain the value of their investment in assets. An additional receptacle socket option, ultimately increases manufacturing up-time and saves socket replacement costs. For positioning 4800 applies CyberOptics Laser Camera placed on Pick & Place head. 3D vision inspection can be installed as an option.

3900

 
 

3900 is 9th Generation ultra-fast, highly-configurable, automated universal programming system based on 2900 sites. It’s one of the most efficient equipment available on the market that allows to program with a speed up to 1500 devices per hour in parallel up to 16 devices. It supports flash devices such as: MCU, eMMC, NAND, NOR, Serial Flash. It’s powered by BPM’s Vector Engine Co-Processor® BitBlast technology. Vector Engine BitBlast provides an incredible boost to programming speeds especially for managed NAND devices that utilize the eMMC interface, which drastically increases your overall throughput. 9th Generation is compatible with existing socket modules from previous generations 7 & 8 of type FVE, FX, FX2/FX4. So existing customers can retain the value of their investment in assets. An additional receptacle socket option, ultimately increases manufacturing up-time and saves socket replacement costs. For positioning 4800 applies CyberOptics Laser Camera placed on Pick & Place head.

4800

 
 

4800 is 8th Generation ultra-fast, highly-configurable, automated universal programming system based on 2800 sites. It’s one of the most efficient equipments available on the market that allows to program in parallel up to 36 devices with a speed up to 1500 devices per hour. It supports devices such as: MCU, NOR, NAND, eMMC, PLD. It’s powered by BPM’s Vector Engine Co-Processor® BitBlast technology. BitBlast provides an incredible boost to programming speeds for managed NAND devices that utilize the eMMC interface, which drastically increases your overall throughput. For positioning 4800 applies CyberOptics Laser Camera placed on Pick & Place head. Dedicated FVE socket modules, with a receptacle socket option, ultimately increases manufacturing up-time, produces higher firstpass yield and saves socket replacement costs.

3800MK2

 
 

3800MK2 is 8th Generation super-fast, highly-configurable, automated universal programming system based on 2800 sites. It allows to program in parallel up to 16 devices with a speed up to 1100 devices per hour. It supports devices such as: MCU, NOR, NAND, eMMC, PLD. It’s powered by BPM’s Vector Engine Co-Processor® BitBlast technology. BitBlast provides an incredible boost to programming speeds for managed NAND devices that utilize the eMMC interface, which drastically increases your overall throughput. For positioning 3800MK2 applies dual CCD Upward/Downward camera. Dedicated FVE socket modules, with a receptacle socket option, ultimately increases manufacturing up-time, produces higher first-pass yield and saves socket replacement costs.

4710 / 3710-MK2

 

4710/3710-MK2 are fast, highly-configurable, automated universal programming systems accordingly 7th Generation, based on 1710 sites. They are not recommended for new projects unless existing owners of such equipment having already a rich set of socket modules want to extend their facilities and avoid investment in a new accessories set.