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PCB trouble shooting

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 11 19:06:16 EDT 2010 | 1036

We are small PCB assembly business and new. We built 100 boards for my customer recently and 1 of them failed to the function testing. We visually inspected the board several times and do not see any assembly problem. My customer asked us to trouble

PCB trouble shooting

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 12 15:11:28 EDT 2010 | 1036

Thanks so much to all of you for the info and experience you shared with me here.

PCB trouble shooting

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 11 19:36:20 EDT 2010 | davef

The basic rule is 'it depends:' * You made a proposal to your then potential customer to do certain things. Most contractors include a statement of work ["This proposal is for ... ] in their proposal. * Your customer issued a purchase order [and may

PCB Trouble shooting Lab

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 17 03:46:34 EDT 2001 | hunter

Hello guys I need your help .....I need to know about the tools you suggest some tools for building a trouble shooting Lab. I neam is there like a complete kit having:- - Logical analyser. - LC Meter - Signal generator - V/I Characterisitc viewer.

PCB Trouble shooting Lab

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 17 09:38:04 EDT 2001 | CAL

With some help from our good Friends at Agilent Technologies our RF Lab includes testing up to 100GHz. Equipment includes Vector network analyzer, signal analyzer, dual channel power meter, noise filter meter, advanced impedance analyzer (including

PCB trouble shooting

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 12 13:03:06 EDT 2010 | dyoungquist

Schematics help you troubleshoot further but if you do not have the ability to power up the board, you are limited in how far you can go with your troubleshooting. One solution to this problem we have used is this: The customer agrees to pay for 99

NEED HELP -Conceptronics oven HVC102 SERIES-trouble shooting

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 01 23:55:41 EST 2011 | cmguan79

Hi all, Need help troubleshooting for I've just bought a 1997 second-hand oven HVC102. Unfortunately, after loading profile & press run mode we found all TC READING IS ZERO & CONVEYOR READING FEEDBACK IS ZERO SHOWN ON MONITOR SCREEN ,& I LOSS PA

Profiling - suspect flux burn out before reflow trouble shooting

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 04 05:40:09 EDT 2008 | proy

Thanks, I'll give this a try. Peter

Profiling - suspect flux burn out before reflow trouble shooting

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 08 22:44:06 EDT 2008 | proy

I made progress and almost acceptable results by adding heat to the bottom of zone 4 HOWEVER, the core problem I uncovered last night/this morning was that the #4 top side blower had failed. I think this is the key why I was having so much trouble.

Profiling - suspect flux burn out before reflow trouble shooting

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 04 00:36:25 EDT 2008 | shrek

Try a linear, very flat ramp rate on the order of 0.5 degrees celcius per second. I know this is hard to accomplish with a five zone, but try to lower the first couple of zones (the preheat zone), and then spike to reflow aggressively during your la

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