Jan 31- Feb 2, 2018
Japan made spring pin for final & WLCSP test
KITA is the one of the pioneer of spring pin for final test with more than 50 years of history and unique and highest technology. Unlike any other spring pin manufactures from Korea, China and Taiwan, KITA focus on high quality custom made spring pin. This policy is widely accepted by variety of customers all over the world who are sensitive about yield, test quality and total cost of test. KITA is committed to offer Top of the world, Japanese quality standard without compromising our quality. This resulted in less problem and less down time but high yield, that contributes to high performance in total cost of final test. KITA has local office KITA KOREA to specially cater the needs for Korean customers who are very much conscious about best quality.
Heat Resistance 125C degree
Long life more than 200K insertions
Good anti-solder migration effect.
Maintenance-free coating can reduce cost and time for maintenance of spring pin for test
0.4mm pitch 3.3A
0.5mm pitch 4.4A
0.5mm pitch -1dB @ 48.2Ghz
0.8mm pitch -1dB @ 32.2Ghz
With Vacuum function
With handy portable type
SUS brush / Nylon brush
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