Hanwha Pick and Place Machine SM481 Plus
The Hanwha SM 481 is a high-speed pick and place machine designed for efficient and precise component placement on printed circuit boards (PCBs). Here are some key features and specifications of the SM 481:
Placement Speed: The SM 481 offers impressive placement speeds, with a maximum of 40,000 components per hour (CPH), making it suitable for high-volume production.
Component Range: It supports a wide range of components, including chips (from 01005 up to 80 x 70 mm), fine pitch components, BGA, CSP, QFP, and more. This versatility allows for handling various PCB assembly requirements.
Vision System: The machine is equipped with a high-resolution vision system for accurate component alignment and placement. It ensures precise positioning, even for complex components and fine-pitch packages.
Feeder Capacity: The SM 481 can accommodate up to 80 intelligent feeders, offering a large capacity for component supply. It supports both tape and stick feeders
The Hanwha SM 481 plus is a high-speed pick and place machine known for its exceptional performance in component placement on printed circuit boards (PCBs). With a maximum placement speed of 40,000 components per hour (CPH), it is a top choice for high-volume production.
The SM 481 plus supports a wide range of components, including chips ranging from 01005 to 80 x 70 mm, fine pitch components, BGA, CSP, QFP, and more. Its advanced vision system ensures precise alignment and placement, even for complex components and fine-pitch packages.
Equipped with intelligent feeders and a capacity of up to 80 feeders, the SM 481 simplifies the setup process by automatically recognizing components, allocating feeders, and monitoring material status. This machine offers flexibility by accommodating various PCB sizes and supporting both single-sided and double-sided boards.
Hanwha’s SM 481 plus comes with user-friendly software that facilitates easy programming, setup, and real-time monitoring of the pick and place process. Its intuitive interface, component library management, and production scheduling capabilities enhance operational efficiency.