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Mydata TP9-2 and TP11-UFP difference

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 16 03:58:40 EDT 2019 | artem

Hello, what is the difference between the TP9-2 and the TP11-UFP? The TP11-UFP is larger, can it do something more than the TP9-2 except placing more components?

Transmitter and Recievers

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 05 14:42:06 EDT 2005 | B R Proctor

hi their In south africa, we manufacture recievers that work with a remote. They can be used in a simple circuit to control a motor. Best regards Barry Proctor e-mail :zaza@wol.co.za

Transmitter and Recievers

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 21 16:08:16 EDT 2004 | Dzyna Kid

Does anyone know of any resources I could investigate to make a small circuit that would consist of a transmitter, receiver, and a motor. I want to be able to press a button on a remote control and that would make the motor turn on, then I want to b

Manncorp Pick and Place

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 06 11:16:20 EDT 2014 | clayton

While I have had very limited experience with mancorp, the experience I have had, has been less than satisfactory. However I do have a great deal of experience with Essemtec. I currently own two complete turnkey smt lines from Essemtec and couldn't

New Pick and Place Operation

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 08 11:33:31 EST 2004 | Joe Carley

MYDATA offers the best support in the industry. I have two MYDATA machines, TP-11 Hydra and TP-9. They are very flexible, reliable, easy to program and low maintenance. Joe Carley

Mydata TP9-2 and TP11-UFP difference

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 18 04:06:26 EDT 2019 | artem

Thanks for the info. And what about accuracy of the placement. Are both machines able to handle the same parts or are there any differences like for small components or BGA?

Mydata TP9-2 and TP11-UFP difference

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 18 17:41:31 EDT 2019 | rgduval

The UFP was a designation for "ultra-fine-pitch"; but, for the most part, you should be able to get the same placements out of both machines. Anything 0402 or above can be mechanically centered. The UFP machine will lean on optical centering for .5

Mydata TP9-2 and TP11-UFP difference

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 17 18:00:37 EDT 2019 | rgduval

Generally, the machines can place the same types/sizes of components. The advantage with the 11 is that you can have more magazines loaded with more components, and build larger assemblies more efficiently. The -9, though, will get you through near

Mydata TP9-2 and TP11-UFP difference

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 18 17:06:19 EDT 2019 | spoiltforchoice

I can't imagine anything more tedious than continuously swapping feeders during a build (unless your panels are 10mins++) and the very suggestion this was a good idea when were were looking at MY's was comical to me. You should expect all TP series

Mydata TP9-2 and TP11-UFP difference

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 18 17:38:27 EDT 2019 | rgduval

Not swapping out feeders....swapping out magazines. It only works well if you have enough extra mags to load all the feeders on. And is a viable solution if your position limited on your machine. Before the advent of Aegis feeders for My machine

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