Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 21 06:14:28 EDT 2005 | aj
All, I have a Conceptronic HVN70 reflow oven with Genesis Cooling System. After profiling and checking the readings, the Cooling Rate seems to be very fast. Does anyone know if the cooling is adjustable? aj
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 26 10:49:10 EST 2015 | aj
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 07 08:43:59 EDT 2018 | joycehughes
Does anyone have one, or know where we can find one?
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 09 09:36:55 EST 2006 | aj
All, I would like to find out if it is possible to adjust the cooling rate on a Conceptronic Reflow Oven Model HVN70. We do not use Nitrogen and the Cooloing system is Genesis GCM-1. From profiling it seems to be cooling too quickly. Any replies a
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 09 09:45:50 EST 2006 | PWH
I'm not familiar with the HVN70 programming but our conceptronic oven reacts well to adjusting the cooling fan speed at the end of the oven. However, TAL will likely be affected substantially by changing fan speed.
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 26 04:21:50 EST 2015 | aj
Hi all, I am trying source a few spares for the above reflow oven, I am convinced their is plenty of life in the old dog yet.
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 26 10:38:00 EST 2015 | swag
We don't have parts around anymore but I can offer a tip that might help. Our conceptronic is gone but the major issue we had with it was bearings going out on blowers. We rebuilt them in-house. Found a high temp. bearing through a bearing supplie
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 10 12:46:17 EST 2005 | jimk
Does anyone have experience in N2 supply source for reflow oven (1000scfh) other than N2 generator? Tanks, liquid, etc. We are in the developement stages of lead free processing and would like a quick, short term solution for providing N2 to a Concep
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 03 14:55:15 EDT 2005 | Bman
Both our Quad ZCR and our Conceptronic HVN-102 ovens have had blowers out with no alarms raised. We knew there were problems based on how boards were soldering, but don't count on your oven to tell you if anything is wrong with it. We verify once a
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