Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 05 06:02:04 EDT 2006 | bobpan
The password is caps sensitive. Make sure you try typing it both ways.
Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 06 13:54:22 EDT 2006 | cmnguyen
Thank you for reply to my request. We found it: tkatjd
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 04 14:15:04 EDT 2006 | cmnguyen
We need help to find Quad QSA-30. We try scpssa and scp but both do not work. Please let us know if you know the password for this system.
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 05 20:29:27 EDT 2006 | darby
Setup>Input Password>scpssa(enter - then do not move the mouse! and then type)>scpfac You cannot go via the sys setup button. Watcha doin' in there anyhow? Dangerous stuff.
Electronics Forum | Sat Jul 07 11:45:26 EDT 2012 | btipcb
I purchased and am setting up a used QSA30. It has been a little frustrating but I finally have an almost program. The isse is that I can not generate a placement program because it says that the ANC is not registered. I can look at it on the sy
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 09 12:04:56 EDT 2012 | btipcb
After fooling around with it, I was able to clear that error. I didn't know that I had to assign nozzels to each part, I though the feeder assignment would do that. I appreciate the reply.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 09 12:36:43 EDT 2012 | bobpan
Once you optimize and you go into step program....the nozzles should be assigned to each placement. If it is not doing this....the optimizer is still not working the way that it should.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 09 11:52:21 EDT 2012 | bobpan
Does it show the ANC in a position on the feeder base in the screen that has the nozzles/hole positions? When you go to optimize ...there is a screen that has something to do with registered ANC.....There could be something there that is incorrect. I
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 26 14:18:50 EDT 2012 | tank
Wondering how good the software is for the Quad QSA 30 is. Is it a pain to program? We have panels with 100 boards... 1500 parts, I hope you don't have to manually teach the whole panelized board. Any other info you can provide is welcome. We
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 26 15:04:09 EDT 2012 | kahrpr
The QSA30 is basically a Samsung CP40 with a few changes. For an older machine the programming is pretty good. it can do array boards and has an import feature for XY data. Tts been about 7 years since I ran one. Its a pretty solid machine.