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D-TYPE Connectors

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 24 11:10:38 EDT 2000 | Sal

we have just started manufacturing a board which has surface mount components on side 1 and on side 2 all the thro hole components are d type connectors, (loads of them) the chances of these connectors inserted with the wrong orientation is very, ver

Stereo binocular Scope vs LCD Camera Scope

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 26 11:31:42 EST 2020 | philc

I use a stereo microscope (Mantis) and find it way better for soldering/rework than a camera system, which we also have here. The camera system does NOT give you the same 3D-type of image that the Mantis does, BUT, there are times when you are inspec

Re: D-TYPE Connectors

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 25 20:36:58 EDT 2000 | Dave F

Sal: When western companies first started studying Japanese companies, they found the Japanese using a technique called "poka-yoke." It means mistake-proofing. In this, the designer specifies parts and assemblies so that they can be assembled one

Need Help for EMI Shielding process

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 11 09:38:41 EST 2005 | Rob

Hi, There are 2 main steps to reducing EMI from a product. The first is to minimise it at source with smart design (keeping signal traces short, lots of decoupling etc). There should be design guides available from internet seach engines. Many ma


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