Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 02 11:23:44 EST 2004 | pjc
ECD has some advantages in terms of upgrade path. Once you buy the ECD SuperM.O.L.E., you can use it in a OvenRIDER, WaveRIDER and ReworkRIDER products. The OR, WR and RR are solder machine management devices for solder process control. Where profile
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 02 15:59:04 EST 2004 | russ
Matt, are you still just doing SIPAD? If so, Manncorp has a profiler for about $1k It requires a p.c. to be hooked up while profiling and it won't take data points any faster than 1 point every 2 seconds. but could be adequate for your needs. (www.
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 02 10:23:38 EST 2004 | mapell
Hey Matt We manufacture reflow equipment and use all types of profilers. We currently use ECD, KIC, and DataPaq in our testing depending on how our customers want to see the data. In my experience they are all good systems. I have not really ru
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 14 12:24:59 EDT 2013 | action_101
Thats nice sfeinsp. I have also used several of ECD's products including the Super Mole Gold and the V-mole and they are fine products. My question was is anybody using the ECD OvenChecker system and what are your thoughts on the product.
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 22 12:23:11 EDT 2004 | Peter Barton
FYI Label on the back of my charger says the following: Pt. No. WD23D200KCN PSU E31-0900-21 Input 230 V AC Output 9V DC, 0.2A 1.8VA Ours is of course United Kingdom type, even if the mains plug is European and requires an adaptor. Not too sure a
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 31 10:03:44 EDT 2002 | gdstanton
Todd, Slim KIC 2000 would be my choice. We traded our Gold M.O.L.E for it and are very happy with the performance. The optimization program is great. No more guessing. The only thing I could gripe about is that it sucks up 9V batteries pretty quic
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 02 12:43:14 EDT 2001 | nwyatt
Wave rider is an oven profiler made by ECD. http://www.ecd.com. They are commonly known for their MOLE. The wave rider is different from the MOLE because it is used to measure the temperature, conveyor speed, etc. of the OVEN instead of the pcb.