Electronics Forum: smema plugs (Page 1 of 2)


Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 11 21:41:51 EDT 2006 | fordf1502004

I am looking for some help and/or guidance. Our company is currently using a panasonic MPAG3 fine pitch machine, we just recently bought a universal conveyor for the downline operation, when I plug the smema cable from the panasonic into the universa

ekra x5 smema question

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 01 07:38:52 EST 2005 | bobpan

The machine has 2 25 pin cables that are supplied with it and you have to have adapters that plug into them for smema or siemens. The cables are x20 and x21 smema pigtails.

SUNSDA Board loader

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 15 12:22:51 EDT 2010 | remullis

Mike, Another thing to consider is the type of switching they may use. Older Asymtek masking machines used transitors to communicate upline and downline instead of dry contacts. The problem we had with this is dropping enough voltage across them to

Re: Big SMEMA Troubles :-(

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 04 18:13:53 EST 1998 | Michael Allen

I assume that you're dealing w/ Universal's SMPI connectors (and possibly their cables too). We've fabricated "conversion boxes" to accomplish what you're trying to do. These boxes have a female SMPI plug on one side, a female SMEMA plug on the opp

Universal GSM1 Interlock Switches

Electronics Forum | Fri May 01 15:35:03 EDT 2020 | travishemen

I'm not sure if these are similar to our Genesis machines but if they have removable feeder banks they are part of the safety circuit. If they are not installed or if the sensors on them are misaligned it will show the same as an interlock violation

I'd like that fax, if you're still willing to send it.

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 05 09:10:23 EST 1998 | smd

MA: my internet e-mail isn't working at the moment, but I'd really love to see the conversion you created. My fax is 716-256-0792. Do you have a Dek printer or Omniflow oven? Many thanks to you. | I assume that you're dealing w/ Universal's SMPI co


Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 21 11:02:41 EST 2004 | highfallsfunding

Hi Andreas. The SMPI is a proprietary Universal board transfer protocol. GSM platforms from about 1996 and newer have both SMEMA and SMPI. Although UIC later called it BPP1 (Board Pass Protocol) and BPP2, which is basically SMPI for lane-1 and SMP

ATI Conveyor Smema Question

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 08 10:57:16 EST 2008 | bobpan

We have a conveyor that has phone jack plugs for the next and previous. Does anyone have any experience making the conveyor work with another machine that has normal smema. Thanks

Universal BoardFLO connection problem

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 21 14:38:30 EDT 2010 | remullis

Newer Universal Conveyors use 4 wire smema and FUJI should accomodate this protocol in its config screens. Old Universal Conveyors and some machines used SMPI (forget how many wires), You can purchase the 4 wire smema cable from UIC and conversio

Quad IVc power up

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 13 14:36:18 EDT 2009 | leemeyer

I have seen this problem before. There is a cable that runs from the Quadalign board to the backside of the backplane. It is not secured in any way so it may have come loose in shipping. Open the right side panel on the machine. The Quadalign board

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