LCR-Reader Delayed for Firmware Revision

// July 31st, 2013 // LCR-Reader, News

With the approaching targeted release date of the new LCR-Reader, Siborg Systems has to review the firmware to ensure that the devices are working at their best.

After the first few hundred models were produced, inconsistencies between each device reaching the projected 1% basic accuracy. This problem is due to a variation of component values on different PCBs,  which Siborg found is easily solved by individually calibrating each and every PCB, using a special calibration fixture.

“Customer satisfaction is our main priority,” says the Director of Research and Development at Siborg Systems Inc., Michael Obrecht, “Therefore we would like to ensure a high measurement accuracy of the LCR-Reader before we start mass production of this popular LCR-meter of Smart Tweezers family. Basic accuracy of 1% is our target and we will do our best to achieve it.”

The new, lighter and cheaper model of Smart Tweezers LCR-meter, the LCR-Reader is scheduled to be available this summer.

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