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VIP98 fault

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 16 07:44:26 EST 2009 | muarty

Thanks for all the posts. It did indeed turn out that we had a fault on the Over Temp circuit from one of the zones, causing a fault for the main heater contactor. Thanks again!

VIP98 fault

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 10 05:45:09 EST 2009 | muarty

Anyone, We have a fault on our BTU VIP98 reflow oven. At present NONE of the zones are heating up, even though all the SSR's appear to be working and we have voltage at the elements and the fans are all working. Anyone got any pointers? Thanks in ad

VIP98 fault

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 11 13:05:15 EST 2009 | realchunks

You may be out of phase. Check your 220V or 480V (if in USA).

VIP98 fault

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 11 06:37:10 EST 2009 | reflowtechnologies

Please check the following: 1.Power supply. 2.SSR control power. 3.OTP or over temp protection at the software. Maybe you set it at low so it reads over temp even at lower temp. If still not ok you may check BTU service engineers. Brian Riggs

VIP98 fault

Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 15 16:57:11 EST 2009 | p4qmtto

Hi. We had a similar trouble in a same oven's model. In each one of the heat zones, you have a thermal sensor to avoid an over heat. All of them are conected in a serial circuit with the coil of the main contactor for the preheaters power. If anyone

Re: BGA fault types

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 19 08:25:20 EDT 2000 | JAX


Re: BGA fault types

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 19 13:40:05 EDT 2000 | Dave White

Hi !! Test and Measurement World has pretty good website with graphics to help you interpret BGA fault types...just type in BGA and X-Ray once you arrive at the site. Best Regards, Dave White PDR/XYtronic Rework and X-Ray systems

Zevatech Z Axis fault

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 23 08:08:38 EDT 2009 | ptxems

We have a couple of Zeva/Juki PM570L's. One machine has developed a fault with the z axis motor. It is continually 'buzzing', we have checked and there is 24VAC on it. Although even on the other machine there is AC voltage on the motor. We have sw

Re: BGA fault types

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 19 08:27:58 EDT 2000 | JAX

one more try

GSM1 occasional fault

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 26 08:57:01 EST 2010 | Jeff

Check your belt tension on the theta motor.

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