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VOLUME -22 NUMBER 12
Publication Date: 12/1/2007
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Electronic Mfg. Services
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Special Feature: Test and Measurement
Product Preview: Electronics West / MDM
December 2007 Issue
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ECD Intros Ultra-Thin 20-Channel Profiler
Milwaukie, OR — ECD has introduced what it calls a revolutionary thermal profiling system. Using only four "nano-connectors," a design developed by, and unique to ECD, the
20 Profiler offers a full 20 channels, the most of any traveling profiler in the reflow industry. Measuring just 7.2mm thick, the profiler reportedly provides a thinner and more advanced configuration than currently available.
This thin and narrow shape is especially beneficial when faced with significant physical constraints of nitrogen curtains, and when profiling smaller boards such as those used in cell phones. The new profiler has the capacity for over 25 runs before downloading data. Even with its ability to present complex data, the new unit provides ease of programming with three workflow Wizards for setup and M.O.L.E.-Readiness Indicators to avoid wasted runs. A clear "Go" or "No-go" feature signals the operator whether all elements of the run are within pre-programmed parameters. This all but eliminates the extra step of finding and questioning an engineer before release of critical runs.
Fully PC compatible and graphically intuitive, the profiler's new MAP
software targets ramp, soak, time above liquidous, and peak segments of the run and provides a single-page color-coded data summary, with further details available — at the click of the mouse. It also runs seamlessly with the company's existing SuperM.O.L.E.
Gold Profiler, eliminating need to replace hardware for those users satisfied with six channels.
For more information, contact: ECD, 4287-B SE International Way, Milwaukie, OR 97222-8825
800-323-4548 or 503-659-6100 fax: 503-659-4422 Web:
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