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Fuji IP2 MTU giving me fits

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 07 09:12:25 EST 2019 | kdexter0928

If anyone else encounters this issue my solution was the TSA-200A board replacment.

CSM84 doorway ?

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 05 13:25:45 EST 2007 | jmelson

I will have to rent a forklift to get it off the truck. If I don't cut the wall first, then the machine sits in the garage while the rental is ticking away at $200+ a day. Also, moving it twice doubles the possibility of a catastrophe. I've got so

Need help for setting up an assembly line

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 21 16:04:07 EDT 2006 | bman

"Another question, is the facility with 200A @ 208V able to operate this assembly line properly?" That could be a problem, big ovens pull a lot of juice. Our 7 zone Conceptronic HVN-102 runs on 480 Volts and is on a 160 amp breaker, for example. Y

Fuji IP2 MTU giving me fits

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 02 12:03:13 EST 2019 | jdengler

They go through TN-3 to get to the TSA-200A D/A module. This is all in the MTU. It's been a long time since I worked on an IP-2 but see if you can get to the I/O screen for the MTU. Have someone flag the in range sensor and see if the input status on

Re: Profiling on populated or unpopulated board?

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 10 18:17:46 EST 1999 | Earl Moon

Hi, Has anyone found any significant differences on profiling using populated and unpopulated boards? Is it worth sacrificing a board to the profile gods? Joe What's the cost of not doing it. In the same breath, why not wait for a sc

3-Phase Corner-Grounded Delta & GSM

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 04 14:28:39 EDT 2020 | ttheis

Yes, I am certain it is 240 corner grounded delta. It confuses many electricians and it took me some time to understand. It is fed from a 480:240 delta 200A transformer. As I mentioned, they have a lot of Bridgeport 3ph machines and cnc machines conn

Cleaning of stencil

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 22 10:43:25 EDT 2004 | tigerlordgm

We had a great deal of trouble cleaning adhesive residue from stencils using an alcohol stencil washer. Same kind of thing, adhesive build-up in aperture corners. The solution we came up with was to convert our stencil washer to run Zestron ES200, a

Universal Instruments Lightning Head

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 29 14:40:12 EDT 2011 | wrongway

Hello All We are currently running 3 universal smt machines one is an advantis lighting head all 3 machines are 2007 we run 2 shifts 5 days a week I have had very little trouble with them or the feeders. we have 2 universal through hole machines one

Need help for setting up an assembly line

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 19 22:19:40 EDT 2006 | Nathan

Dear All, We plan to setup an assembly line for our small volume production of PCBs (about couple hundred PCBs per week). The board has about 150 components (less than 30 types) and a few BGA and IC (majority is SMT, only few THT connectors). We hav

Reflow oven recommendation

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 12 13:07:45 EST 2010 | G8reflow

Hi, The focal point of my research has been to recommend a reflow oven and develop a process for a small to low-medium production SMT soldering with the following considerations. - Lead-Free - Low to low-medium production - Forced Convection reflow

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