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Data I/O to Demonstrate Two-Time Award-Winning PSV7000 Automated Programming System at NEPCON Shanghai China

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10525 Willows Road NE PO Box 97046, Redmond, WA, 98073-9746, USA

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Data I/O to Demonstrate Two-Time Award-Winning PSV7000 Automated Programming System at NEPCON Shanghai China

Press release date: April 1, 2014

The world’s premier automated programming system with the speed, flexibility, small parts handling and fast changeover to handle any job at the lowest total cost of ownership

Redmond, WA — Data I/O Corporation (NASDAQ: DAIO), the leading global provider of advanced programming and IP management solutions for flash, flash-memory based intelligent devices and microcontrollers, announced today that it will highlight the PSV7000 automated programming system along with the FLX500 in Booth #A1-1G91 at NEPCON China, scheduled to take place April 23-25, 2014 at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition Convention Center (Hall 1) in Shanghai, China.

The PSV7000, the industry’s first automated programming system delivering unprecedented velocity, versatility and value, exceeds the most demanding programming requirements at up to 50% lower cost.

Velocity:
Engineered for speed, the PSV7000 is capable of programming up to 2000 devices/hour with tray, tape or tube input even with large file size. The PSV7000 achieves this with Data I/O’s proprietary dual pick-and-place probes, SSD’s for fast file download, state of the art vision-on-the-fly for precision alignment and Data I/O’s proven FlashCORE III programming engine with SuperBoost Technology for optimized algorithms.

Versatility:
Designed for ultimate flexibility, the PSV7000’s provides the greatest socket density with up to 96 programming sockets. With zero mechanical changeover between jobs, media options are concurrently installed inside the work envelop including tape, tube, dual tray feeder, fiber laser marking and 3D coplanarity. The PSV7000’s precision alignment and placement support handling the smallest devices on the market down to 1.5 mm x 1.5 mm for the widest range of automated parts handling. FlashCORE III universal programming engine supports all device types including FPGAs, CPLDs, Microcontrollers and flash memories (including eMMC, NAND, and NOR devices)

Value:
The PSV7000 delivers unprecedented value to customers. Existing Data I/O customers can leverage their installed base of FlashCORE III adapters, software, and algorithms as well as the superior handling and I/O capabilities of the PSV7000. New Data I/O customers can take advantage of the world’s most reliable and trusted programming engine and the most advanced handling system. The combination of high throughput, fast changeover features and extreme flexibility allows manufacturers using one PSV7000 to program what previously required multiple systems to produce.

For more information, stop by and speak with a Data I/O representative at Nepcon China, or visit www.dataio.com.

About Data I/O Corporation
Since 1972 Data I/O has developed innovative solutions to enable the design and manufacture of electronic products for automotive, medical, wireless, consumer electronics, industrial controls and military/aerospace markets. Today, our customers manufacture tens of millions of products each year using Data I/O programming solutions to reliably, securely, and cost-effectively deliver their Intellectual Property into programmable devices. Data I/O provides programming solutions for devices in any package, whether programmed in a socket or on a circuit board. Our expertise in programmable integrated circuits, global supply chain processes, and IP management and protection helps bring innovative new products to life. These solutions are backed by a global network of Data I/O support and service providers, assuring success for our customers.

Contact:
Data I/O Corporation
Jennifer Higgins
425-867-6922
higginj@dataio.com

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