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Inventory count of Radial components

Electronics Forum | Thu May 12 10:02:21 EDT 2011 | scotceltic

Our company has it's yearly inventory coming up. (Joy). I was wondering if anyone has come across a component counter that can handle radial components in AMMO pack. I have seen plenty out there that can handle counting of radial components in Reel

Thermal Profiler Batteries

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 02 17:32:09 EST 2006 | sphilips

The initial cost of the battery is similar to saying the size of an iceberg is measured only by what shows above the waterline. There is a lot more to it than at first blush. The ECD Power Pack costs $245, but provides over 3500 hours of profiling.

Re: Moisture Sensitivity and Package Cracking

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 25 21:14:08 EST 1999 | Dave F

Greetings, We are discussing what should and what should not be baked and vacuum packed. Should we just concentrate on the fine pitch packages and the bga's? What about those components which come on blister tape, should they get baked and r

BGA washing & Surfactant Packs?

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 20 13:54:56 EST 2002 | Aaron C

I am starting to use BGAs more and more in our process, which is using water soluble paste. Taking to the Paste Rep, he had pointed out that if you add Surfactant Packs to your inline water wash, that it would help get the water underneath the BGA pa

Shipping PCB via Sea Containers

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 19 00:35:54 EDT 2006 | darby

Fred, We receive ENIG pcbs in vac-formed bubble wrap with ,of all things, polstyrene packing! Despite my long-lasting complaints nothing has changed. BUT - I have never really had a problem with any of these PCBS. There are no moisture, salt or any o

Fuji IP3 MTU Servo error

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 11 15:31:10 EST 2020 | sumote

We have not used out tray handler in several years, and when I had a need arise the thing now throws a Servo Error "MTU1 ALARM [11081010]. There are 4 servo packs in the cabinet. When I try to initialize/zero out the machine the 2nd and 4th servo pa

Re: Stacking of Bare Boards

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 11 16:11:06 EDT 2000 | John Thorup

Hello Ashok I can't recall mask damage through normal handling that did not have an adhesion or cure problem as its root cause. Most of our boards arrive shrink packed in groups of 10. We simply pop off the wrap one pack at a time and leave them in

Re: DE-IONIZED WATER SUPPLIERS

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 10 09:14:05 EDT 1999 | Brian

I'll go along with what John and Dave say. If you must buy it in (and it will be expensive), then never buy it in greater quantities than 25 litres in new PE containers or 1 week's supply, whichever is the smaller, from a local supplier who can guara

Amp Z-Pack tooling

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 12 16:38:07 EDT 1999 | D. Lange

I have one assembly needing amp Z-Pack connectors installed (106509-1 & 106510-1). They require very expensive tooling part numbers for tooling are as follows: Bench model (SM-3, 814700-2) or Hydraulic floor model (SM-10/20 803880-6). Each re

Moisture absorbtion in circuit boards

Electronics Forum | Tue May 21 17:25:28 EDT 2002 | Carol Stirling

Hi Dave F, Thanks for the reply, the question was Customer driven. Could you clarify your recommendations for heat sealed moisture barrier bags please - does this include Nitrogen vac pack? Our production runs are small, so there is an investigat


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