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End of Support - x6000 Automated X-Ray Inspection system

FAQ 2018-08-07

What field of view (FOV) magnifications are available?
The x6000 does not use the field of view (FOV) concept, it uses an autofocus technique that sizes the inspection image to the joint type being inspected. Several slices are evaluated for the sharpest region to determine the slice location.

FAQ 2012-03-12

Information on the various confirmation and adjustment procedures for your Keysight 5DX system
It should be noted that the 5DX performs relative measurements of solder joint characteristics on printed circuit boards. These measurements are normalized using a "golden" confirmation and adjustment panel containing varying thicknesses of lead or solder. Completion of the procedures described below ensures that the system performs accurately, relative to itself, over time.

FAQ 2011-06-23

Is it possible to connect my 5DX directly to my ART server or PLR?
Yes, it is possible to set up an isolated network that contains only the 5DX, ART server, repair clients, and possibly a PLR. It is important to remember that DHCP is not supported in this configuration because none of the machines is configured a...

FAQ 2010-11-29

What do I need to consider when testing heavy panels on the 5DX?
Heavy panels (greater than 3kg, 6.6lbs) can create additional stress on the conveyor system in the 5DX...

FAQ 2009-11-25

During 5DX application development, sometimes automatic alignment and surface mapping run each time I try to run any type of test in Algorithm Tune...
A work around exists to help the user from having to restart the system to eliminate this issue.

FAQ 2008-10-05

Are there any tips for obtaining the best board thickness value on the 5DX AXI system?
To obtain the best board thickness value, the 5DX internal algorithm moves the stage in steps and captures an image at each step. After sampling several images, the clearest image is used for determining the optimum board thickness value.

FAQ 2008-08-27

Information on various confirmation and adjustment procedures for the Keysight Medalist x6000 X-ray Inspection system
The following information is intended to provide you with a list of the various confirmation and adjustment procedures for the Keysight Medalist x6000 X-ray Inspection system. It also serves to explain why the following are not required on this system: i) NIST* Calibration ii) Leaded and Lead-free test panels having solder strips of known thicknesses

FAQ 2008-07-03

What training is required for 5DX operators to run the x6000?
Operator training will be provided with the 1st x6000 system at a site. There are some operational differences between the two systems that will require operators to receive new training.

FAQ 2008-06-25

Is there a new repair tool with the x6000?
The repair solution has been redesigned to enable a stronger tester to repair linkage. This reduces the amount of LAN traffic and enables the user to run test analysis queries without affecting system throughput.

FAQ 2008-06-25

What is required to develop an x6000 program?
If starting from a 5DX program, all that is required are the valid NDF files. For a brand new program, you will need translated CAD data files.

FAQ 2008-05-19

Are 5DX programs compatible with the x6000?
5DX programs are not portable to the x6000 due to the difference in images gathered requiring new thresholds. The 5DX NDF file can be used as the starting point to create an x6000 program.

FAQ 2008-04-21

Can the x6000 sample at the device level?
The imaging chain technology enables board level sampling. Unlike the 5DX, on the x6000 there is little throughput benefit overall to sampling at the device level.

FAQ 2008-04-21

Does the x6000 Automated X-ray Inspection system have a new X-ray tube?
The x6000 Automated X-ray Inspection System uses the same, high quality, closed tube used in the 5DX. This closed tube provides a long life to our customers.

FAQ 2007-12-05

What tips do you have for selecting alignment points? The basics, like trying to pick patterns that cannot "walk" I understand, but sometimes I sti...
Users can make alignment points more robust and reliable by knowing a few things about the inner workings of the alignment algorithm. Here are a couple points to consider.

FAQ 2007-04-26

How long does it take to develop and application on the x6000 Automated X-ray Inspection System?
Applications development on the x6000 Automated X-ray Inspection system is dependant upon the complexity of the board. Anticipated application development is ~1 day for most applications.

FAQ 2007-04-22

What is the maximum board thickness and can it be increased?
The maximum board thickness on the x6000 Automated X-ray Inspection System is 125mils and it cannot be increased.

FAQ 2007-04-22

Are the x6000 Automated X-ray Inspection System algorithms better or different than the 5DX?
The x6000 Automated X-ray Inspection System algorithms are based on and follow the same basic approach as those from the 5DX.

FAQ 2007-04-22

What is the X-ray radiation dosage relative to the 5DX?
The x6000 Automated X-ray Inspection System radiation dosage is about 2X less than the 5DX AXI system and the radiation dosage of the 5DX is well below industry requirements for safety.

FAQ 2007-04-22

Can the user have different levels of control on the x6000 Automated X-ray Inspection system? Are there different logins?
There are 4 levels of logins on the x6000 Automated X-ray Inspection System: administrator, developer, operator, and service. The system administrator has ability to specify the account capability.

FAQ 2007-04-22

When are you going to support Vista?
Once Vista is proven to be a robust, stable operating environment for manufacturing applications a date will be selected for move on the x6000 Automated X-ray Inspection System.

FAQ 2007-04-22

What is the x6000 Automated X-ray Inspection System system adjustment schedule? Does it take long?
The x6000 Automated X-ray Inspection System uses a different confirmation and adjustment strategy than the 5DX. The system performs adjustments automatically in the background of operation.

FAQ 2007-04-22

How is the high throughput achieved
The x6000 Automated X-ray Inspection System provides high throughput because of the changed system design along with an architecture that allows for fast image acquisition and analysis.

FAQ 2007-04-22

Does the x6000 Automated X-ray Inspection System replace the 5DX?
One example is for real time inspection for failure analysis applications, the 5DX AXI system fits. The x6000 was designed for in-line automatic X-ray manufacturing solutions.

FAQ 2007-04-22

What is the bar code reader support strategy?
We have enabled the user to set up the bar code reader using the vendor’s own solution. The bar code reader then requires the x6000 Automated X-ray Inspection System to trigger and read.

FAQ 2007-04-22

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