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Mirtec MV-3L side view cameras

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 23 10:39:53 EDT 2015 | robie69

I've read through an old Mirtec thread and in it a couple of guys mentioned that they have issues with their side view camera(s). I'm currently having issues with both of mine, where the image will become blurry, and it will add purple lines to the

MPM Momentum Vision issue

Electronics Forum | Sun Aug 28 23:53:58 EDT 2016 | aemery

I don't think there is a camera off message in the software, but I might be wrong. So I am making a bit of an assumption here that you didn't have a displayed image and your error was a fiducial not found error. I am also wondering if you decided to

Re: help with LEDs and reflow

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 12 00:02:29 EDT 1999 | dean

| We currently have 32 LEDs per board and are looking to change the LED from a gull wing package to another package. (possibly a chip type package). I have heard that some cases and LEDs do not like reflow. This part is not cost effective to have to

LED Pick up Issues during Feeder Feeding

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 14 07:22:22 EDT 2013 | fredcalkins

This problem has become a real issue with the tacky silicon used in many LEDs. Cree has recomended that the pull off angle be changed for the cover film as mentioned by the previous commentor. With these new silicon LEDs they are recomending teflon o

Wave solder mystery

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 26 13:09:08 EDT 1999 | Doug

I am building a board with T1/34 LED's in a 10X10 array there are 12 arrays in a panel. The LED's are body to body in the array, .1 spaced. The LEDS have been autoinserted on a Universal RAD III, so they are cut and clinched. The trouble I am having

Re: Wave solder mystery

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 30 16:14:58 EDT 1999 | Dave F

| I am building a board with T1/34 LED's in a 10X10 array there are 12 arrays in a panel. The LED's are body to body in the array, .1 spaced. The LEDS have been autoinserted on a Universal RAD III, so they are cut and clinched. The trouble I am havin

Re: Wave solder mystery

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 27 14:38:54 EDT 1999 | Doug

Brian, Thanks for the input. The hole size is good but the anular ring is small. I have helped the condition by reducing the clinch on the LED's. This I believe is reducing the pull out path. Thanks again | If your through holes are overlarge or th

Re: Wave solder mystery

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 27 13:34:25 EDT 1999 | Brian Larson

If your through holes are overlarge or the anular rings too small, the surface tension of the wave may exceed that of the joint. I would look at the design. You may want to put a strip of kapton tape on the following edge of the panel to test the "

Laser Soldering?

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 29 04:34:07 EDT 2004 | allsmt

Dear Sir's, we had become an inquiry from an customer of allSMT, who is in need of an Machine which can solder via Laser? does anybody has experience with this procedure? I will try to explain the project. The pcb is an Aluminium pcb. There must

Re: Wave solder mystery

Electronics Forum | Sat Aug 28 14:16:18 EDT 1999 | JohnW

Doug, Have you tried running the boards at an angle to the wave of between 15 - 30 degree's ? I've done this on a few boards to eliminate short's and I believe it will work on your problem very sucessfully. Best thing to do is get your wave solder c

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