Electronics Forum | Sun Jan 17 22:16:04 EST 2016 | cmarasigan
We are using KIC (kicthermal.com) in reflow profiling. It uses thermocouple wires about 0.5 meter only each point. Previously, Winkic the machine built in software which requires about 5 meters wire. No need for the operator to stand there and feed t
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 13 10:10:22 EST 2016 | tombstonesmt
I believe it's time to upgrade. We use Data Paq. Had it for YEARS! Easy to setup; has all the features you need without all the bells and whistles of Kic.
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 13 11:13:56 EST 2016 | proceng1
I'm asking about how to manage the long wires. I don't understand how your suggestion applies.
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 08 08:00:40 EST 2016 | proceng1
We utilize the built in profiling equipment in our reflow ovens. It's somewhat tedious to have the operator stand there and feed the TC wires in as the board progresses through the oven. Otherwise the wires sometimes hang up and the board stops mov
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 14 08:34:18 EST 2016 | cyber_wolf
His suggestion is that you come into the 21st century and buy a data logger rather than feeding wires through the entire reflow oven. That is old school and it is very cumbersome as you undoubtedly know. If you are in a position where a logger is no
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 15 17:42:14 EST 2016 | huske
We rarely do profiling so we don't need all the new fancy stuff. But when we do I get a piece of aluminum rod and an empty reel of parts (preferably a 12" reel) fasten the thermocouples and wrap the loose end around the reel. The larger reel gives
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 14 08:52:49 EST 2016 | proceng1
I've used a data logger that I borrowed to do some testing. It was ok, but I found it cumbersome to blindly wait and then have to download the run each time, vs being able to watch it live. Also, we had a few instances when the unit timed out or di
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 23 16:59:14 EST 2003 | barry
what are the methods used out there to verify reflow oven performance or machine profiling. What intervals are good practice and is it necessary. We do product pofiles with our profiling equipment and can that be used to base your machine performance