National Instruments Korea

Seoul, 
Korea (South)
http://ni.com/korea
  • Booth: D600

For 40 years, NI has worked with engineers and scientists to provide answers to the most challenging questions. Through these pursuits, NI customers have brought hundreds of thousands of products to market, overcome innumerable technological roadblocks, and engineered a better life for us all. If you can turn it on, connect it, drive it, or launch it, chances are NI technology helped make it happen.


 Products

  • NI STS(Semiconductor Test Systems)
    The STS series features fully production-ready test systems that pack NI technology in a form factor suitable for a semiconductor production test environment...

  • The STS combines the NI PXI platform, TestStand test management software, and LabVIEW graphical programming inside a fully enclosed test head. Its “tester in a head” design houses all the key components of a production tester including system controllers; DC, AC, and RF instrumentation; device under test (DUT) interfacing; and device handler/prober docking mechanics. This compact design eliminates the extra floor space, power, and maintenance required by traditional ATE testers that unnecessarily increase the cost of test. Additionally, with the open, modular STS design, you can take advantage of the latest industry-standard PXI modules for more instrumentation and computing power.

    STS Services and Support

    NI offers specialized service programs for the STS designed to meet the critical uptime needs of semiconductor customers. In addition to standard NI services and support, STS customers have access to:

    o   On-site setup included with every first STS system deployment

    o   24x7 technical support by phone, by email, or on-site

    o   On-site engineering support

    o   STS calibration services

    o   Repair coverage and express delivery of replacement parts

  • NI PXI
    PXI is the leading modular instrumentation platform used to build compact, high-performance automated test systems....

  • A modular test system can help reduce your capital equipment costs and system size without sacrificing performance. The modular architecture shares the PC, chassis, power supply, and display across all instruments. With this architecture, you can deploy up to 17 instruments in the same footprint as a single box instrument. In contrast, box instruments are optimized for stand-alone use on the bench, which requires them to have redundant mechanical enclosures, processors, power supplies, and displays.

  • LabVIEW
    LabVIEW can help you reduce the cost of test by staying ahead of the evolving needs of your production test systems with the flexibility to connect to virtually any instrument, reuse existing code, and quickly design user interfaces....

  • LabVIEW provides one environment that you can use to connect with all your instrumentation using a consistent development approach. To focus on your unique test requirements, you can customize any of hundreds of instrument-specific example code modules and included measurement libraries. You can create LabVIEW user interfaces to quickly analyze and visualize your measurements, and pair LabVIEW with test management software, such as TestStand, to minimize production deployment time.

    WAYS LabVIEW CAN HELP

    o   Reduce System Setup Time by Connecting to Virtually Any Instrument

    o   Create Test Sequences With Minimal Time

    o   Reuse Existing Code to Save Development Time

    o   Quickly Create Professional User Interfaces to Visualize Test Outcomes

    o   Reduce Test Station Deployment and Rework Costs

    o   Accelerate Development With Faster Learning

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