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Re: Reliable counting equipment for SMT components required

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 07 10:35:34 EST 2000 | Bill Copperthwaite

Somehow the link did not show up. They are at www.vtekusa.com Regards, Bill

Reliable counting equipment for SMT components required

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 06 11:46:19 EST 2000 | Damian Oatway

Could anyone recommend any companies who manufacture counters for reeled components. Anyone who has any info on the accuracy and reliability of these systems and if there are any alternatives to the usual systems? Cheers.

Re: Reliable counting equipment for SMT components required

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 07 10:32:21 EST 2000 | Bill Copperthwaite

I have used the PC-2500 from V-TEK and have encountered no problems. It has a motorised reel handling system and can handle various tape pitches and reel sizes.It has an accuracy in excess of 99%.Check out their website below. Billc

FUJI CP3 PROBLEM

Electronics Forum | Sat Apr 13 16:34:00 EDT 2013 | jimmyboz

Most likely battery back up card, might be 1931, 1932,ect. It thinks there is a power failure

Re: Reliable counting equipment for SMT components required

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 06 15:27:50 EST 2000 | Christopher Lampron

Damian, I have used the Schleuniger, Inc. CC-15 components counter. This is a hand crank operated instruments that counts the holes in the carrier tape. It is simple to operate and set up. We have found the accuracy to be upwards of 98% providing th

Re: Apply glue with a stainless stell stencil

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 14 12:39:41 EST 2000 | Dave F

Francois: Sound like a messy process to me. Choice #1: Put only SMT parts on the primary side Choice #2: Put only SMT parts on the primary and secondary sides Choice #3: Put only SMT and PTH parts on the primary side Choice #4: Put only SMT and

Re: 1 mil = ?? inches - why don't we all use the same thing ?

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 20 04:50:24 EDT 1999 | Brian

| | | | | | | | I am not familiar with the "mil" metric. How many inches is in 1 mil? | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | ...or 10 mil? | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | 1 mil= .001 inches | | | | | | | 10 mil= .010 inches | | | | | | | A

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