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IP3 4400 vision processor swap to 4800 processor

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 16 14:40:54 EST 1999 | john hearty

Has anyone changed out the old 4400 vision processor on a Fuji IP3 and replaced it with a newer 4800 vision processor. What does it take to do this and what does it consist of doing. What do I need to order from Fuji in order to do this.

DEK 265gsx vision calibration

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 26 21:48:56 EDT 2010 | dman97

Can someone explain to me what I'm supposed to do after I have done the vision offset calibration procedure? The manual tells me to put solder paste down on all 25 holes of the stencil. After this the board drops down and the machine scans each fidu

Quad 4C vision alignment

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 15 19:18:51 EDT 2013 | microaide

Does anyone know how to make the vision alignment work on a Quad 4C? What I mean is make it work right, and reliably. I know how to define the component for inspection (lead pitch, lead count, dimensions, tolerances, etc.), and I know how to set ligh

Lead free component VS vision on Mydata M12

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 09 05:44:06 EST 2005 | grantp

Hi, It sounds like your vision is not setup right for this component, and it's rejecting some of them because they would be failing the test. This brings up a point we discovered. Don't use auto teach for the component if your using HYDRA or vision

Lead free component VS vision on Mydata MY12

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 09 08:33:32 EST 2005 | gregp

Sounds like the vision is having trouble deciphering what is the component and what is the background. The problem is what if the plating is inconsistent (sounds like it is)? In this case with front (reflective) lighting the problem may never be so

Universal GSM1 startup error

Electronics Forum | Sat Aug 08 09:45:11 EDT 2015 | edwaterfall01

It would be helpful to know what happened before the error occurred. Do you have another machine so that you can swap some boards? The Force CPU, (machine controller) located in the VME, is responsible for controlling all machine-related activities.

Black fiducials

Electronics Forum | Fri May 14 07:06:47 EDT 2004 | stefwitt

None of the vision systems can really �read� a black object. In order to recognize an object a light source is required. The light is reflected from the object through an optical lens to the CCD chip. There is almost no light coming back from a black

MPM forgets fiducials

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 23 13:43:29 EDT 2005 | Stefan

I fear your files are not stored in the default directory or your hard drive is full. Boot with a DOS boot disc and check your C drive for program and fiducial information. Try an older program to check if the program structure and vision informatio

Assembleon Sapphire Bring up

Electronics Forum | Sat Apr 10 00:19:06 EDT 2021 | mi123ms

I just purchased an Assembleon Sapphire machine and am new to Assembleon machines, and on startup it states "Download Vision Data NG", does this mean the processor board can't download the vision data to the vision board? I have spare boar

Water Soluble for No Clean BGA Balls

Electronics Forum | Sun Apr 18 19:55:21 EDT 2004 | Ken

Sounds reasonable. If there was NC flux "crud" on the balls, the vision processors of our P&P would have detection issues.

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