Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 01 18:50:11 EST 2015 | lkovach
I just purchased a MyData SMT machine that requires 3 phase 208V. I have 240 single phase with a 3 phase power converter that outputs 240V 3 phase. Should I be concerned about the differences in voltages and if so how should I solve this issue.
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 03 12:40:47 EST 2015 | user
I just purchased a MyData SMT machine that > requires 3 phase 208V. I have 240 single phase > with a 3 phase power converter that outputs 240V > 3 phase. Should I be concerned about the > differences in voltages and if so how should I > solve th
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 22 01:49:27 EDT 2020 | vinitverma
I too would advise against converting a 3-phase machine to single phase. Eclipse is a single phase machine and not too difficult to find! It's a rugged machine and people still use them. Orion too is single phase but faster and less accurate than an
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 20 08:40:40 EDT 2006 | dallen
This is a long shot, but can anybody advise on the supplies for a BTU oven. It is currently in the UK and is supplied by a 415V 4 wire. That is 3 phases and a neutral. We need to ship it to our plant in Mexico where they have a 480V 3 wire supply.
Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 27 15:14:04 EDT 2019 | dilogic
Just one more thought - we had an issue with +12V supply for VME rack. One tantalum cap in the DC/DC converter module for linear encoder interpolator shorted it out, but oddly enough - not always. We ended up hooking scope to all PSU voltages and whe
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 12 11:18:59 EST 2005 | muse95
OK, I feel the need to jump in here. Bright Tin has the tendency to easily whisker, and is almost never used, except on some through-hole connectors, I believe. Matte Tin is much less susceptible to whiskering, although under the right stress cond
Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 18 20:10:09 EDT 2000 | Dave F
Hey Bud: Thanks for the response the other day. We currently use "Jeff�s Method #2: The Drummel Tool." Short answer to your brother is ... yes, probably. Expanding a bit: � It would be surprising not to use a flux to help reflow the solder balls
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 18 13:54:01 EDT 1999 | John Thorup
| Atlthough not strictly surface mount, I am sure that amongst the experienced players out there someone will have some answers for me. | Does anyone have any experience of "phase change" heatsink materials. These are solid at room temperature and th
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 26 17:31:14 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon
| Hey MoonMan, | | Did I catch in one of your fabulous threads that you're using Tetra stencils? I'm anxious to find out how you're liking them. | | We we're all set up to go to Tetras, then mgt decided to close down our factory - Dooop! "Foiled"
Electronics Forum | Tue May 06 22:54:08 EDT 2003 | davef
tommyg_fla. Sorry about being late getting back you. Surface-active species, such as Fe2+, Mn2+, NH4+, and H+, can be adsorbed onto solid phases [and transported by things as weird as bioturbation or advection not that they have anything to do with