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VIP98 fault

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 11 06:37:10 EST 2009 | reflowtechnologies

Please check the following: 1.Power supply. 2.SSR control power. 3.OTP or over temp protection at the software. Maybe you set it at low so it reads over temp even at lower temp. If still not ok you may check BTU service engineers. Brian Riggs

Light tower events

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 07 10:39:36 EDT 2005 | geb

I have a BTU International VIP98 reflow oven, running WINCON Version 2.00C on Windows 98. The light tower only lights green when the oven reaches temperature, and the other colours never light up. Do you know how to set the other colour lights to tu

Top 5 for high mix/various volume

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 10 18:48:42 EDT 2008 | mefloump

We run 2 lines: Line 1 has a Dek 265, GL5, CP43, QP242E, and Heller 1900W; Line 2 has an Ekra X4, GL541, CP643E, QP242E, and BTU VIP98N oven. Soon both lines will have new Ekra X5 screen printers and the BTU replaced with another Heller. Works for us

0.4mm PCB Thickness - production issues

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 14 06:45:11 EDT 2006 | Rob

Hi Mika, We had roughly the same set up - AP27 -CP6x2, GSMx2, VIP98 & we ran the thin boards with durastone routed pallets. If you route out a 0.4mm pocket on the pallet and either use kapton tape/high temp masking tape/ or 3M spraymount to hold

BTU VIP98 Leadfree Recipe

Electronics Forum | Wed May 24 16:01:08 EDT 2006 | samir

GEB, Datasheets are usually just guidelines and most App. Engineers from paste companies will tell you that as well. You don't have to "copy exact" what they say, but rather set your oven to what gets you and your type of boards the best results. P

Things I Like Without Endorsing

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 02 07:23:04 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

To you all for comment and summary, The following things I like without endorsing (PCB/PCBA stuff - outside the great women in my life [many] and without [mostly]): 1) A good set of design rules 2) A good set of design rules meeting producibility r

Re: Things I Like Without Endorsing

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 02 23:53:09 EDT 1999 | Dean

| To you all for comment and summary, | | The following things I like without endorsing (PCB/PCBA stuff - outside the great women in my life [many] and without [mostly]): | | 1) A good set of design rules | 2) A good set of design rules meeting pro

Re: Things I Like Without Endorsing

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 02 15:05:59 EDT 1999 | JohnW

| To you all for comment and summary, | | The following things I like without endorsing (PCB/PCBA stuff - outside the great women in my life [many] and without [mostly]): | | 1) A good set of design rules | 2) A good set of design rules meeting pro

Re: Things I Like Without Endorsing

Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 05 00:27:54 EDT 1999 | Dean

| | | To you all for comment and summary, | | | | | | The following things I like without endorsing (PCB/PCBA stuff - outside the great women in my life [many] and without [mostly]): | | | | | | 1) A good set of design rules | | | 2) A good set of

Re: BGA repair/rework

Electronics Forum | Sun Mar 07 08:19:24 EST 1999 | Earl Moon

| | | | | | | | I'm having a fun time between BGA rework/repair using an SRT 1000 and SPC efforts (much easier) using DEK stencil printing processes and BTU reflow with 6 Fuji lines in between. | | | | | | | | Concerning the BGA stuff, I'm getting

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