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DEK 265 GSX air conditioner refrigerant pressure

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 27 09:41:44 EDT 2018 | cyber_wolf

Typically freezing and air conditioners equals a low charge.

DEK 265 GSX air conditioner refrigerant pressure

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 27 02:17:37 EDT 2018 | bukas

hello everyone, I have issue with one of my DEK air conditioners, it starts to freeze soon after we turn it on. most probable cause is low air flow or low refrigerant pressure. does anyone know what is operating refrigerant pressure range for DEK ai

DEK 265 GSX air conditioner refrigerant pressure

Electronics Forum | Sat Mar 30 13:33:50 EDT 2019 | stephendo

This is not an HVAC unit. This is a small unit attached to a production machine to keep the solder paste from drying out prematurely or slumping. The volume of air being cooled and desicated would be less than 3 or 4 cubic meters.

DEK 265 GSX air conditioner refrigerant pressure

Electronics Forum | Sat Mar 30 03:34:44 EDT 2019 | jacoblemaster

Are you still facing this issue? Well, I am so late to get to know this. I think you first check your evaporator coil if your air conditioner is still freezing up. It has been seen that a dirty airflow coil stops the proper flow of air through it. It

Portable Cooling

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 20 11:21:30 EDT 2003 | Stan Stacy

Our old roof mounted air conditioners are currently not working. We are having some very humid weather right now which has been giving us some solder paste contamination problems. My Surface Mount line is in one room, (approx. 19,000 sq. ft.) along w

Moisture absorption in the solder paste

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 09 02:24:49 EST 2005 | laxman

Hi Dave, Normally in our country (India) during rainy season the temperature will be 25to 30 �C and RH of 50 to 60%. The reason behind this humidity issue is that recently we have moved to our new facility with centralised air conditioner with Chill

Component classification - What is Class 1,2,3?

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 04 17:32:20 EDT 2009 | bigdaddysoy9

If you are talking about assemblies, Class 1 is like cheap toys or something you wouldn't expect to last very long. Class 2 would be components for a television, air conditioner, automobile (except safety critical). Basically, things that you would b

Re: Wave Outfeed Cooling

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 23 15:44:57 EDT 1998 | Mike

| We've got a continous flow cooling problem from our wave solder process into ICT. Our current configuration is a flatbelt conveyor into a manual de-pallet process, operator then places on to an edge conveyor. We've tried muffin fans, look good bu

Solder wave shutdown

Electronics Forum | Thu May 24 13:14:59 EDT 2007 | mfgengr

The answer is simple...kind of. The short answer in terms of total cost (if you don't run an air conditioner) is there is no difference. The technical answer is: The First Law of Thermodynamics - Conservation of Energy applies. You have an entire s

Rad 5 performance: bent lead

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 08 18:45:53 EDT 2019 | assuredtech

Would you happen to have the Jig used to check that the component itself is in spec with UIC's general specifications? 1.) Component in spec. 2.) Correct 2.5mm pusher on the feeder / dispense head. Also set the conditioner guide where the comp enter


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