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SMEMA Interface minimum requirements

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 21 14:57:19 EDT 2019 | kylehunter

Sure thing. They are attached.

SMEMA Interface minimum requirements

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 21 14:45:14 EDT 2019 | compit

Show this drawing because we know nothing. At the end I put on the button - downstream is a "closed contact" signal.

SMEMA Interface minimum requirements

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 21 15:14:53 EDT 2019 | compit

As you can see in machine B on pins 1-2, the circuit closes - give the button / contact here. The voltage you provide most likely applies to pins 3-4. In my (and in the SMEMA standard) it looks like this:

SMEMA Interface minimum requirements

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 18 15:29:16 EDT 2019 | kylehunter

Hi all. We are currently trying to build a downstream bypass to have our final conveyor feed into our oven, which doesn't have a SMEMA interface. Right now we have to manually connect the two downstream ready pins by hand. I have a good idea of how I

SMEMA Interface minimum requirements

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 21 18:24:08 EDT 2019 | dougt

I haven't thought about this in a while, wrote up something on how this works here years ago. I think I remember..... As you know the first machine finishes the board and is "ready to send". It tells the second machine this by connecting pins 3 &

minimum solder ball (bead) size

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 07 21:54:11 EDT 2006 | mumtaz

Ha ha! davef finishes you guys off again!

minimum solder ball (bead) size

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 07 22:02:57 EDT 2006 | davef

Similarly, we have eliminated solder balls by using an aqueous washer.

minimum solder ball (bead) size

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 06 15:45:18 EDT 2006 | slthomas

Yep. What I'm really looking for is the minimum radius of curvature for 63/37, which is a function of it's surface tension. It's physical properties issue, not an agency issue. I've seen some references that I have interpreted to mean that it's some

minimum solder ball (bead) size

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 07 21:45:53 EDT 2006 | davef

We do not understand the question. Take a deep breath, remember not all of us are trained as geologists. The smallest solder ball we've seen is a little less than 5 nm.

minimum solder ball (bead) size

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 08 09:54:07 EDT 2006 | slthomas

Awwww, man. I was looking for something a little less on the anecdotal side for our local municipality's environmental stewards.

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