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Can anyone comment on electromagnetic pumps for selective solder machines.

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 19 08:06:44 EDT 2019 | clockwatcher

We are looking into selective solder machines and would like any comments on the electromagnetic style pumps. They look much easier to maintain but do they perform well ?

Can anyone comment on electromagnetic pumps for selective solder machines.

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 29 06:59:06 EDT 2019 | jacoblemaster

For what purpose you are looking at this electromagnetic pump? I am having a heat pump in my home. I know the bit about this pump but it is hard to maintain it.

Can anyone comment on electromagnetic pumps for selective solder machines.

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 27 14:19:25 EDT 2019 | surfacemountprocess

They do perform well and are much easier to maintain than impeller driven pumps as there are no moving parts. The machines with electromagnetic pumps do cost more but the extra investment is worth it. One of the main benefits of the electromagnetic

Can anyone comment on electromagnetic pumps for selective solder machines.

Electronics Forum | Sat Mar 30 03:36:47 EDT 2019 | jacoblemaster

I am again here to discuss your pump?

Can anyone comment on electromagnetic pumps for selective solder machines.

Electronics Forum | Sat Mar 30 13:18:04 EDT 2019 | stephendo

A heat pump pumps heat. The poster was talking about pumping molten solder.

Possibility of a cheaper pick and place machine design?

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 10 15:12:35 EDT 2014 | alexeis

Hi, Nice idea but it requires care electromagnetic induction. Thus, if a product sensitive electromagnetic field then the solution will cause shorts in a PCB and even disconnect signals. Best Regards, Alexei

LPMTF and EMTF

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 15 07:28:15 EST 2003 | Jean-Philippe

Its not really an electromagnetic device, its just a feeder for connectors.

what is the cause of humming/vibration of a ballast x'former

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 02 13:13:14 EST 2006 | Chunks

A ballast is the device needed to energize fluorescent lamps during operation. In all fluorescent lighting systems, the ballast provides the proper voltage to start the lamp and then regulates the electric current flowing through the lamp to stabiliz

EMI

Electronics Forum | Sat Oct 05 07:29:48 EDT 2002 | davef

Design for the Environment (DFE) / Electromagnetic Compliance (EMC) ------------------------------------------------------------------- "Noise Reduction Techniques in Electronic Systems" Henry W. Ott, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1976 Seltzer, G.S.

Magnetized Support Block

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 27 19:54:25 EST 2002 | ianchan

So does it mean Magnetized Blocks, are not going to be a concern for magnetized machine tables? or are not going to generate electro-magnetic fields? can anyone please help unravel this pop-quiz question? (keeping in mind the support block has rathe

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