Electronics Forum: electrovert vectra (Page 2 of 3)

Solder bath eruptions

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 07 22:23:40 EST 2005 | mrduckmann2000

Ken, You nailed it! We have a Electrovert Vectra wave solder machine that will erupt solder all over the place while heating up, we had to disable the timer because of all the solder splatering. Electrovert told us that our machine had a small des

Electrovert Vectra Variable Speed Drives.

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 13 11:48:33 EDT 2005 | CMiller

We got a F04 error (internal Memory fault) on the shared drive and entered 8 in location N001 as per the maint manual and cycled the power. I then set all the locations listed in the manual to thier default settings. Now the motors do not run to thei

Vectra Question

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 04 16:11:59 EDT 2006 | chrisgriffin

Hell Doc, This is an easy one. But first I must disagree with the wave master. I have done extensive refurb. jobs on Soltec and Vectra. The only thing Soltec has on Vectra is a better solder pot, and even that is close. Vectra software is many, m

Wave Soldering - Icicling/Bridges

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 24 09:26:29 EST 2003 | pjc

I sent you a couple of charts to assist with your troubleshooting. One is the Electrovert Wave Solder Troubleshooting chart and the other is Sandia Labs/Electrovert Optimum Solder Contact Time. Electrovert has a 6 deg. conveyor angle standard on the

Wave solder: Vitronics-Soltec vs. Electrovert

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 02 10:41:41 EDT 2004 | dj_jago

Other way around Dave. We decided that the Delta had more in common with the Electra rather than the Vectra, the Electra being much more expensive. For example, we wanted 3 preheat zones for lead free and this would mean an exernal fluxer unit if

speedline sale

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 11 23:35:12 EST 2003 | fastek

I would argue that Electrovert makes the best cleaner in the business (Aquastorm 200) and I would also argue that the Vectra and Electra waves are some of the best around. The Omniflo ovens are excellent as well. They're not going anywhere. And who's

SnCu For Wave?

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 11 15:17:23 EST 2006 | pjc

I heard from Electrovert's engineers that the SnCu alloy has a really tight process window and is not very machine friendly. It is pretty much used exclusively by the consumer electronics folks. They�re always pinching pennies and are running, lets s

Re: Vectra Wave

Electronics Forum | Fri May 05 11:58:25 EDT 2000 | John Sims

We are using NR300F from Alpha. Topside board temp is 220 deg. F. We have 3 bottom side convection preheaters, and we use a foaming fluxer. The machine (except for the rotary chip wave) is almost identical to the old econopak. An electrovert appl

Re: Vectra Wave

Electronics Forum | Mon May 08 16:01:11 EDT 2000 | John

I was running the conveyor at 3.75 when we started the discussion with Electrovert. Unfortunately, foam fluxing is a fact of life for us. Our products have open contact relays that can become contaminated by spray fluxing. Titration is our only me

Wave solder: Vitronics-Soltec vs. Electrovert

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 13 22:57:19 EST 2006 | John

The New Redesigned Vectra , should fit right into the same price range as most mid-range wavesolder machines offer by most. We are looking to replace a existing Delta Wave and found the pricing about the same.But The upgrade prices can be high for no


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