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shut down for storms

Electronics Forum | Tue May 17 11:24:52 EDT 2005 | ricardof

We don't shut the machines down, we keep them working, however,sometimes the AC supply gets down because of a storm so we have a Forced shut down, as someone said, if we shut equipment down on every storm that represents $$ millions $$. The bad thing

shut down for storms

Electronics Forum | Wed May 11 11:21:11 EDT 2005 | russ

Been getting wacked by lightning for twenty years in this business. (three times yesterday as a matter of fact) We have never shut down in anticipation that we are going to get hit. I have lost one motherboard in all of these years that cost about $

shut down for storms

Electronics Forum | Wed May 11 10:40:10 EDT 2005 | pr

Are any of you shutting down all manufacturing machines when a thunderstorm approaches? My company is/has been doing this forever and tell me it's to protect the machines. I could see doing it to protect boards in the machines (except we have battery

shut down for storms

Electronics Forum | Tue May 17 14:46:21 EDT 2005 | Claude_Couture

if your company would loose millions by shutting down during every storm, then you should invest 100k$ in a standby generator big enough to feed the whole plant. We did this and the generator paid itself off after a couple of blackouts. Plus, when yo

shut down for storms

Electronics Forum | Sat May 14 13:07:42 EDT 2005 | gc

We have surge suppressors on every machine we have as well as suppression on the mains coming in the building. The power in the area has always had too much noise and we did have losses due to surges during storms and such. Three phase surge suppre

shut down for storms

Electronics Forum | Wed May 11 22:43:43 EDT 2005 | KEN

Hmm..that gets me thinking. How about lightning rods for SMT equuipment. Actual conversation of customer on plant tour: Customer: "What the hell is that? Is that a 30 foot tall signal tower on that stencil printer?" No. That's our new speedline

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Hello SMTneters, We will be shutting down the forum temporarily while we switch over the existing forum to the new and improved version. The switch over will happen from 11pm to 1am est. Thanks, Cliff

Quad IVc Z-axis Error

Electronics Forum | Sun Dec 04 15:42:21 EST 2011 | ngineer

Thanks for the reply bobpan. I had the motor power on. I did have a side panel that was not shut all the way. Once I shut that, the error went away and it made it through its startup sequence. No errors. Thanks for the help.

Void control

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 15 09:55:50 EDT 2012 | anvil1021

These microvias were plated shut? Could there have been some out gassing of these plated shut areas during reflow? I agree with your void % assesment unfortunately my Superiors do not... Thank you for the input.....anvil

Fuji IP3 issues

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 26 07:18:47 EDT 2017 | stephendo

Once upon a time an IP3 and CP6 would shut themselves off when the room was too hot. But IIRC they simply shut down until they cooled off.

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