Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 09 23:53:48 EST 2004 | Dean
How high are we talking? 1000 Celsius? KIC Thermal Profiling double sided aluminum profiling tape. I have used at an extreme application of 240 to 300 degrees celsius for 18 minutes. With up to 30 passes with no visible degree of deterioration.
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 10 05:52:45 EDT 1998 | raymond
| | Does anyone has any experience using the Prophet Thermal Manager by KIC Thermal Profiling for real time monitoring and control of reflow oven profile ? | Yes. What is your concern. | Earl Moon I would like to find out how accurate is the device
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 25 11:12:48 EDT 2013 | derekj
Hello all. Running a new to us Omniflo 5 and realized that there is no ports for thermocouplers or wires to do any profiling. There is a space on a front panel for thermal profiling inputs, so I am assuming it was optional, just not spec'ed on this m
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 09 18:28:34 EST 2004 | Ron W
I'd like to know if anyone could recommend a good high-temperature adhesive that can be used for thermocouple attachment. I've always used high-temp solder and tape in the past, but would like to try using adhesive. Any info is certainly appreciated.
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 25 16:01:17 EDT 2013 | action_101
We have the thermal connections on our omniflow, but we prefer to use the mole. I actually prefer the kic profiler over the mole profiler, but you work with what you have sometimes. The benefit of using an external system is you don't have the long t
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 26 12:53:31 EDT 2013 | markhoch
I'm not sure where you're located, but you should try contacting your Regional Sales Rep for ECD or KIC Thermal. They often times have demo units that they are required to "demo" several times per year. They may be willing to come in and profile your