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Valor® MSS Material Utilization for PCB Assembly

Valor MSS Material Verification automates error control in material management, ensuring that a PCB factory line will not be run until all material set-ups are correct. It also offers advanced features such as LED light class binning and on-the-fly verification of variant set-ups.

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“Valor MSS reduces the human errors using automation, data collection, and verification of setup and materials with electronic documentation.”

Yossef Gutman, Production Unit Manager, RH Technologies

Control the correct use of material on the shop floor

Valor MSS Material Verification eliminates manufacturing errors by enforcing correct setups, changeovers, feeder positioning, MSD constraints and feeder management rules.

Highlights

  • Reduces costs by reducing rework and scrapped material
  • Maximizes equipment utilization and delivery by reducing setup time and eliminating setup errors
  • Provides a single platform used across different machine vendors and machine types
  • Improves line performance by forcing preventative maintenance on feeders, and blocking the use of bad or expired feeders
  • Provides LED light class management and complex substitutions of LEDs with corresponding resistors without program changes
  • Uses the optional mobile device to communicate feeder verification data and real-time status and performance
  • Blocks the use of unqualified or expired materials, such as unauthorized substitutions with advanced AVL checking
  • Verifies offline feeder trolleys, grouped trolleys or mobile feeder units (MFU)
  • Supports splicing verification on SMT machines
  • Creates intelligent functionality without the use of intelligent feeders using the advanced verification functions
  • Automatically stops the machine in case of an incorrect, expired or blocked component

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