Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 24 18:26:26 EDT 2001 | gregcr
I am hoping to find out what database format is used in the component library in the Universal Software for the 4785 chipshooter. The format is something like dbase or foxpro or access. This is an old program and I would like to connect to the comp
Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 01 08:27:13 EST 2001 | KR
I'm not positive, but I believe the 4785 library is not in an off the shelf database format. The software for the HSP4785's was written by Sanyo, and I think they used a proprietary database format. I do not know of anyone outside of Sanyo that can
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 09 14:23:12 EST 2001 | vickt
You are correct...These are proprietary codes. Your best bet is to stick to the UCT-31. Other folks have tried to create a tool of their own, but have had little success. Universal Instruments offers component library conversion tools as well as patt
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 28 12:36:30 EDT 2009 | jamyboy
Might try PARTMINER.com they may have something to help you in this realm. Good luck
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 28 20:06:38 EDT 2009 | leadthree
I look more for a software to handle our data. I know partminer.com from the past, it's more like a search engine as I remember. Great for substandard and fake components if I remember too.
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 02 01:07:50 EDT 2009 | leadthree
I am looking again at Partminer. Can you filter them to get only in contact with franchised suppliers? We don't want any contact with brokers or traders. We got already too many fake and defects parts from them.
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 02 21:24:23 EDT 2009 | leadthree
Maybe I am getting a bit off topic and should rephrase: How you handle BOMs? Or what software you use for BOMs?
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 31 09:33:28 EDT 2009 | jamyboy
You can save your boms and Partminer will let you search that data along with capturing what you paid last time the time before and maybe if there are any opportunities to get the part cheaper somewhere else. Helps us keep track of the parts we have
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 01 14:43:39 EDT 2009 | rgduval
We've been using Parts and Vendors for awhile now. It's not a bad low cost solution. It's mostly a BOM/engineering tool, with some inventory and purchasing thrown in for good measure. It's not terribly automated, but can be used with some level of
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 02 09:05:53 EDT 2009 | jamyboy
yes you can have Partminer only look to franchised distributors....but we have gotten our best deals from overseas OEMs that just have leftover parts. Also if there is ever a question about counterfeits etc. I believe that they have an independent te