Electronics Forum: conect (Page 1 of 2)

VIP98 fault

Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 15 16:57:11 EST 2009 | p4qmtto

Hi. We had a similar trouble in a same oven's model. In each one of the heat zones, you have a thermal sensor to avoid an over heat. All of them are conected in a serial circuit with the coil of the main contactor for the preheaters power. If anyone

Solid Solder Deposit

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 24 10:37:45 EDT 2001 | caldon

A small SMT line? I have conections for a New screen printer (MPM), Essemtec Placement machine, and Reflow oven (Electrovert) for $100K Let me know how interested you are. Caldon W. Driscoll ACI USA 610-362-1200 cdriscoll@aciusa.org

Conductive adhesive

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 19 06:40:06 EDT 1998 | G Thomas

Require a conductive adhesive - either isotropic or anisotrpic - which can be used for 100micron oitch devices. Must be resistant to solvents such as MEK and acetone. Cure below 150C, with possible potential for rework of the conections.

Re: SMP1 to SMEMA

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 08 23:53:35 EST 1999 | Mike Eskridge

Yes, there are several conveyor companies that make a conversion box for SMP1 to SMEMA and SMEMA to SMP1. Basically they are just to differant standards for cable conections between machines. SMEMA stands for Surface Mount Equipment Manufacturers Ass

reflow profile

Electronics Forum | Sat Sep 22 09:07:56 EDT 2001 | davef

Back-stepping a bit. If a profile is being used to: * Set-up the oven for a new product or trouble-shooting process, the profile should be taken with a solid contact to a solder connection. * Monitoring on-going stable and in-control process that re

QP-132E // FCM 2

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 30 13:42:36 EDT 2002 | Jeff Price

If your intested in a QP-132 contact your local Fuji rep. You may also want to look at 2 CP-733's they will provide a much smaller footprint then a QP-132 and get clsoe to the throughput. If you need help conecting up with your local rep email me and

Thermocouple

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 11 12:45:40 EST 2004 | Daniele

Hi I have a question about proper installing thermocopule to PCB. I have thermocouple which consist of two wires and they are conected at the end by solder bead. I would like to use adhesive tape to connetct it to the PCB. Should i remove solder bea

Ultrasonic washing for boards

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 27 23:23:18 EDT 2005 | pdeuel

It was a resonant frequency that brought down the Narrows bridge. Memorex can shatter a wine glass with resonance. Ultrasonic washers use frequency to do what they do. If anything on the pcb has a length width or mass that resonates at the washers fr

Problems with Maxim TQFN 38 pin part

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 14 12:06:15 EDT 2007 | Oswaldo Rey

There is an approximate 1W dissipation and has a 2 sq in area below part on solder side as a heat sink, vias are to physically conect this solder side area to power pad, so its necessary to use an adequate amount of paste. I really don�t think it has

MPM up500 smema issue

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 31 17:12:23 EDT 2016 | ttheis

Yeah, it's set to use SMEMA for down line. I have the conveyor conected to downline fmi on up500 (right side of machine,) but the Upline Ready light is activated on the up500 when the conveyor is ready and not the downline like I would expect to see.

  1 2 Next

conect searches for Companies, Equipment, Machines, Suppliers & Information