Electronics Forum | Mon May 14 13:56:54 EDT 2007 | jdumont
Agreed, I just bought a Electrovert Vectra Elite and have been very pleased with it thus far. I got the dual pot option for lead free changeovers and that has worked great. I can change pots in under 5 minutes, not counting the time to warm up.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 17 17:28:47 EST 2006 | mrduckmann2000
Adlsmt, We had an issue where an Engineer setuo his own passwords on our machine, he was then laided off and nobody knew the passwords. Electrovert gave us the following passwords to try: Electrovert Wave Solder Logon Id Supervisor Password Pass
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 04 16:11:59 EDT 2006 | chrisgriffin
Hell Doc, This is an easy one. But first I must disagree with the wave master. I have done extensive refurb. jobs on Soltec and Vectra. The only thing Soltec has on Vectra is a better solder pot, and even that is close. Vectra software is many, m
Electronics Forum | Thu May 24 22:10:38 EDT 2007 | john3140
Selective!If you are considering a Selective machine you must not be worried about thru put. If you want to keep the same thru put as what you were getting out of the Soltec Wave but want better software....you should give a Vectra ES a try. Its manu
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 02 10:41:41 EDT 2004 | dj_jago
Other way around Dave. We decided that the Delta had more in common with the Electra rather than the Vectra, the Electra being much more expensive. For example, we wanted 3 preheat zones for lead free and this would mean an exernal fluxer unit if
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 11 23:35:12 EST 2003 | fastek
I would argue that Electrovert makes the best cleaner in the business (Aquastorm 200) and I would also argue that the Vectra and Electra waves are some of the best around. The Omniflo ovens are excellent as well. They're not going anywhere. And who's
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 09 04:32:56 EST 2004 | chad
I'm currently using Electrovert Vectra's right now. They do really well. I was actually in New Hampshire last month looking at Vitronics Soltec's newest wave soldering machine too. I think they would be worth a look as well. Good Luck!