SolVisionCase Study

AI Inspection for Aluminum LEDs

Defect detection for metal core PCBAs

PCBA heat dissipation and MCPBCs

Metal core PCBAs are printed circuit boards with a layer of metal alloy that has heat conduction and dissipation properties. In particular, aluminum PCBAs are being increasingly used for backlights, lighting displays, and automotives, as they are effective in reducing heat and energy consumption without affecting performance.

PCBA heat dissipation and MCPBCs

Too many and too complex

Defects on aluminum PCBAs can range from scratches and dirt to assembly and connection abnormalities. Given the complexity and sheer volume of components in a PCBA, inspections are typically performed manually. However, the process is slow, inefficient, and prone to human error. 

Intelligent AI defect inspection

Offering superior recognition capabilities, SolVision can locate and recognize the smallest defects and production anomalies on aluminum PCBAs through image processing. By learning their unique characteristics from sample images, the system can simultaneously detect dozens of defects quickly with minimal training effort.

AI Inspection

Golden Sample

Metal substrate inspection case

Scratches and dirt

Metal substrate inspection case
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