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Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 09 02:48:30 EST 2014 | pradeep_selec

1]How to do a profiling? 2]How the sensors need to connect to the PCB to check & deceide the best profile? 3]What factors ned to be considered during Profiling?

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Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 21 19:16:53 EDT 1999 | Dreamsniper

Which among the two profiling method is more reliable/accurate in getting the oven thermal profile? a) using a HIGH-TEMP solder wire then soldering the thermocouples onto the profile points of the board (e.g. component lead etc.) b) not soldering t

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Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 10 06:52:51 EST 2002 | Dreamsniper

I'm using Kic Profiler and aluminium tape from Kic and thermocouples from Kic. They are good and reliable. I even manage to modify my heller 1088 by adjusting the fix conveyor and re-baffling the oven. Had dropped my 20-22 deg. C delta T down to 4.3

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Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 09 12:16:25 EST 2014 | hegemon

Nicely put, Sfc 'hege

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Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 14 16:25:35 EST 2002 | bentzen

Hi Yannick A lot of things can cause solder balls and spattering. Such as a to steep preheat profile and to much solder present. Check out more info on: http://www.smtinfocus.com/smt_failure_list.html

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Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 09 07:43:56 EST 2014 | aflex

1. For PCBs we can do thermal profiling 2. Sensor needs to connect to the input pins. the pin no. depends on the sensor quality. 3. Proper input and compatible sensors should be used.

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Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 09 11:29:41 EST 2014 | spoiltforchoice

Thermal profiling typically requires a profiling kit, this will include a thermally insulated datalogger that follows your PCB through the oven connected to a number of thermocouples which you might affix to your PCB using heat resistant tape or usin

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Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 08 14:54:10 EST 2002 | Yannick

Hi, I experience some trouble with my solder joint recently. And I'm wondering if someone could help me with this. First I use a thermocouple wich I must tape to the board to profile my temperature. I want to buy the Temprobe from Saunder Tech

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Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 09 06:43:07 EST 2002 | joe

I find the most reliable method is soldering the thermcouple to the joint or between the pin and pad. One thing to take care of is not to use to much solder, which would increase the thermal mass.

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Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 08 17:33:26 EST 2002 | davef

You didn�t identify the type of tape you use, but Kapton or similar tape is not an effective method for attaching thermocouples. Search the fine SMTnet Archives for alternatives and comparison of methods. Two methods for mechanically attaching ther

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