Xeltek offers both traditional gang programmers and modern stand-alone models for production cluster setups. Traditional gang programmers come with four independent sockets that allow chips to be programmed concurrently. Recent trends have shifted from gang programming to cluster setups. Cluster setups consist of multiple stand-alone programmers operated by one operator for enhanced efficiency and cost-savings during production.
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