Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 14 23:30:30 EDT 2016 | ariss_t
Hi, my 2cent.. u could try to check the sensibility of the camera board stop sensor.. maybe it detect something i.e support block.. do reply when u found the actual root cause.. thanks..
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 20 15:00:26 EDT 2016 | awhite
Got it!!!!! On the main Operator Screen for the MPM UP2000, and under configuration (when logged-in under maintenance), it gives you ONLY the settings that the machine is set to....there are no drop-downs or options available to choose from. Very fr
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 14 02:41:49 EDT 2016 | bukas
here is well explained SMEMA interface http://www.daghee.com/?p=326 so, disconnect printer from upline modules and check are any 2 of 4 pins shortened(should be pins No 1 & 2) while machine is ready state. when machine is in busy state the same pin
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 18 14:42:22 EST 1998 | Dave F
| I heard somewhere that SMEMA has joined IPC, and that the association has decided to boycott Nepcon from | year 2000. Can anyone tell me if this is true | Nick: SMEMA and IPC are talking about merging (EP&P, 11/98, p 18). Below is a news release
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 13 10:00:27 EDT 2016 | awhite
Switched out the mech. relay on the board loader, no change. Same behavior. Could not find a mech. relay on the printer... SMEMA wiring appears go directly to a PCB. And it is at that point that I run out of talent. If the machine weren't dedicate
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 17 15:33:26 EST 1998 | Nick
I heard somewhere that SMEMA has joined IPC, and that the association has decided to boycott Nepcon from year 2000. Can anyone tell me if this is true
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 13 02:31:50 EDT 2016 | bukas
board input sensor sensitivity? maybe conveyor movement triggers it and because of that it sends pulse. conveyor moves few millimeters, how does machine act?
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 13 07:32:51 EDT 2016 | bukas
that sounds like bad relay or relay control. are you in position to check it on relay pins? I would go from there.
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 13 07:00:28 EDT 2016 | awhite
Thanks for the reply. When you hit start on the printer, you can see it send the "start cycle (SMEMA)" signal, and it immediately goes to "awaiting board from upstream." This tells me that the printer knows a signal has definitely been sent and rece
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 14 07:37:56 EDT 2016 | awhite
Thanks for the link, Ive actually always wanted to learn Italian :) Unfortunately, because this has been an issue for about 2 weeks now, I think Ive read almost everything ever written about SMEMA protocol. The process seems so simple, it's killing m