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emc4001

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 04 12:09:33 EST 2011 | ghcarnu

Hello! Does anyone know how can obtain some samples of fan&thermal controller emc4001 ? it seems that this ic disappeared from web, though it is used, e.g. in laptops system boards. Thanks to all answering this appeal!

Re: OSP surface finish.

Electronics Forum | Thu May 25 11:51:12 EDT 2000 | AF Ng

Hi,Wolfgang Busko, Thank you for your help. Still need some advice. If the OSP board having stencil rest on the solder mask, then, would it has more gasketing effect( solder paste squeezed out to the underside of the stencil), as compared to the HAS

Sequential against intelligent part number systems

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 10 12:55:33 EDT 2017 | stephendo

I WAS a huge fan of fully coded part numbers. One customer had some part numbers that must have been over 30 characters(maybe some over 40) long and some about 6 or 7. PTH parts can be the worst because it seems like back in the day a 1N4001 was a 1

Update on Rotary Chip Waves

Electronics Forum | Thu May 14 16:25:35 EDT 1998 | Chrys

Last week I posted a message on rotary chip waves that stated that the drive shaft had a protective boot around a u-joint that degraded and exposed the joint. Someone from the manufacturer read it and contacted me. He told me the problem has been re

Re: Update on Rotary Chip Waves

Electronics Forum | Thu May 28 15:56:26 EDT 1998 | John

Last week I posted a message on rotary chip waves that stated that the drive shaft had a protective boot around a u-joint that degraded and exposed the joint. Someone from the manufacturer read it and contacted me. He told me the problem has bee

Re: Update on Rotary Chip Waves

Electronics Forum | Fri May 29 22:03:49 EDT 1998 | Tom Gervascio

Last week I posted a message on rotary chip waves that stated that the drive shaft had a protective boot around a u-joint that degraded and exposed the joint. Someone from the manufacturer read it and contacted me. He told me the problem has

Re: Update on Rotary Chip Waves

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 09 00:53:06 EDT 1998 | Dave M

Last week I posted a message on rotary chip waves that stated that the drive shaft had a protective boot around a u-joint that degraded and exposed the joint. Someone from the manufacturer read it and contacted me. He told me the problem

Ultra low cost pick & place?

Electronics Forum | Tue May 13 08:47:38 EDT 2008 | locostpp

Yes, this is a good point and really only time will tell just how reliable such a machine becomes. What I'm aiming for is to simplify and reduce the number of sub-assemblies. For example we are building the camera/vision processor and lighting into

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