Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 09 07:35:48 EDT 2019 | stephendo
Watch the air pressure gauge and make sure you have a good steady air pressure. I don't know about the Rad 5 but the Rad 3 was sensitive to fluctuations in air pressure. By any chance do you have a VCD running nearby when you are having the problems?
Electronics Forum | Wed May 27 10:26:35 EDT 2015 | jodonoghue
hi a long shot but i am looking for help trying to source a cable from a universal rad 5 sequencer . it is the cable that goes between the interupt sensor and the i/o box .. any help would be appreciated or help on where to look thanks in advance
Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 09 06:11:15 EDT 2019 | alpha1
I would check the clearance between the bottom guide and the carrier clip. Usually I set it .004 below the clop then set the head height .004 above the guide. It's a little tighter than UIC specs but it'll prevent the lead better.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 22 09:54:57 EDT 2019 | daniel_marquette
Had to adjust more finely the timing on the soft push and the down stroke for insertion. I added flow controls on both input of the respectives cylinders with enough success to start production. This way, the soft push is late enough not to screw the
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 23 19:04:24 EDT 2020 | robl
The modular inserters usually have them built into the feeders, which is part of why each feeder is so expensive. I'm sure I saw one system with a separate clinch unit but they are all dog slow compared to a rad 5 or 8 or 6241D+.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 23 07:47:10 EDT 2002 | John S
We have a RAD5 and RAD 8, both of which have the Expanded Range Verifier. Has anyone had success verifying the correct value of electrolytic caps? Our machine stops several times a day for a false failure, and Universal isn't much help. Thanks John