The company claims that this is the first table flasher that is also suited for testing at laboratories and development departments.
The system is available with automatic software integration and label printing, which is dependant on design. Modules do not need to be turned over and faced down in the sunny side down form.
The flasher supports subsequent upgrading, up to full automation. Low light tests can also be fulfilled with continuously adjustable light intensities available.
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