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WESTEK ICOM 5000

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#67203

WESTEK ICOM 5000 | 5 September, 2012

WORKING WITH A ICOM 5000 AND WHEN SETTING UP THE MACHINE TO TEST A BOARD THE MACHINE ASKS FOR BOARD SIZE AND COMPONENT AREA. i LOOKED THROUGH THE MANUAL AND CAN NOT FIND ANY REFERENCE TO THE COMPONENT ARE ISSUE. CAN SOMEONE HELP ME? WHAT VALUE YOU DO I NEED TO PU IN THERE? I HAVE BOARDS THAT ARE 16 X 16 AND HAVE 15,000 COMPONENTS -- HARD TO MEASURE THE AREA FOR EACH ONE!!!

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#67205

WESTEK ICOM 5000 | 5 September, 2012

All that is required is the sample surface area. (LxWx2) Ref, IPC-TM-650. 2.3.26.1

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#69295

WESTEK ICOM 5000 | 14 June, 2013

I'm looking for some help with my Ionic tester. It has been sitting for a while. We want to get it up and running. I don't have any tools with this. Does anyone know what material I need to get this to work? Solution..ect

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Mike Konrad

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WESTEK ICOM 5000 | 15 June, 2013

The ICOM 5000 was made by Trek Industries. The company was purchased by Stoelting. I don't think they make or support these machines anymore.

By the way, the correct formula for area is Length X Width X 2 (X 1.3 or 1.5 based on component geography).

We manufacturer ionic contamination testers. We may be able to assist you with your current machine. Feel free to contact me at:

konrad@aqueoustech.com

Here is Stoelting's contact information:

PW Stoelting, L.L.C. 502 Hwy. 67 Kiel, WI 53042 USA Phone: 920-894-2293 or 800-558-5807 Fax: 920-894-7029

Good Luck! Mike Konrad Aqueous Technologies www.aqueoustech.com

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