Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 24 09:20:57 EDT 2009 | esolano
Any ideas, guys?
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 23 09:59:11 EDT 2009 | esolano
Hi all, Zone 11 on a XPM2-1240 does not want to heat up and would not stay at set point. Does anyone have any ideas how to solve this problem? Or if you know of a technician in the Southern California area that can perhaps fix this problem, please
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 23 10:02:19 EDT 2009 | esolano
I forgot to mention that we've tried to change the resistor on it.
Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 24 10:08:05 EDT 2009 | jdengler
Possibly, if you want to sell used equipment you should have a competent technical staff! Jerry
Electronics Forum | Thu May 17 11:13:56 EDT 2007 | stepheniii
The heat you are putting into it is replacing heat it loses. The greater the delta T the greater the heat loss. You lose less heat if the pot is cold. Yes you need to use more heat at the start of the day but it is less than the heat needed to keep i
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 05 10:07:26 EDT 2007 | stepheniii
I think the point the others are missing is that the solder gives off the exact amount of heat required to melt it when it goes solid. That is the heat it gives off when going solid equals the heat it takes to melt it. And while the solidifying solde
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 26 02:00:36 EDT 2020 | chucherry5076
https://www.jrpanel.com/R The heat generated by electronic equipment causes the internal temperature to rise rapidly. If the heat is not dissipated in time, the equipment will continue to heat up and the components will overheat and fail, resulting
Electronics Forum | Sat Aug 05 08:59:25 EDT 2000 | Dave F
John: Don�t do it, well at least until we better understand what you�re doing. What are you doing? Is it "heat capacity"? Heat capacity relates the change in heat to a change in temperature.
Electronics Forum | Thu May 09 17:19:28 EDT 2002 | davef
Can�t help you with the article that you read. Other places to start are: * 2221, 7.2 Heat Dissipation Considerations, 7.3 Heat Transfer Techniques, and 8.1.10 Heat Dissipation * 2222, 9.1.2 Thermal Relief In Conductor Planes
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 29 09:16:51 EST 2013 | jagriffin
Can you give me any more information on how they take heat differently? Do they get hotter? Pull heat away from the PCB? Heat more even and pull heat away from the surface? Thanks, June