Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 25 10:04:28 EST 2002 | genny
Actually VCO's are a common term in my neck of the woods (RF and wireless equipment), but not in the context that Eric used the term. I think you are right about him wanting a VOC, because to me a VCO is a Voltage Controlled Oscillator... Regards.
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 25 08:10:47 EST 2002 | jax
Eric, I assume you are talking about "VOC" as in (MXL-350VC "VOC FREE" Swing Spray Fluxer) since I have never heard of "VCO" used when talking about Spray Fluxers', or anything else for that matter. This is copied right from the SMTnet Library: VOC.
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 09 22:43:39 EST 2004 | Fengang
Hi all, Yesterday I met a VCO(Vector-Controlled Oscillator) supplier, who provided the component spec -- peak temperature over 240 centigrade stands 7secs. But this spec is obviously different from our spec -- 260 centigrade 10secs. They told me th
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 10 20:32:59 EST 2004 | Fengang
Hi Dave, Thanks for your reply. I have checked the former thread you gave to me. But I think it's totally not the same thing. I want to know, when we see the component spec -- 260 centigrade 10secs, the 260 centigrade means what? It's the environme
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 12 10:47:03 EST 2004 | davef
Fengang: You say, "And I have investigated a lot of component manufacturers, it seems like that most of them just change the plating of components' lead for lead free. That means lead free process has little impact on the component manufacturers, is