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smt connector

Yannick

#19235

smt connector | 22 March, 2002

hi,

we just have a new board to mount and on it we have almost 15 connector like this one TSM-103-02-T-DH-LC...it's a SMT .025" (0,64MM) SQUARE POST HEADER we are not able to place this component with our machine( it's a philips) and doing it by hand will take a lot of time. How you guys place connector on your board?? do you have a feature on your machine or anything else??

Thank you

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JAX

#19237

smt connector | 22 March, 2002

Why are you unable to place this part with your Machine.

Part to big? No pick up point( nozzle landing area )? No Feeder? Vision recognition?

If we know why you can't place it, we might have a fix.

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sam

#19239

smt connector | 22 March, 2002

I believe you need some sort of "flat top" for this connector. I have ordered special "tops" for connectors we have placed in the past, the top is simply removed before any item is plugged into it. This also protects the connector after the board is manufactured. Ask the place supplying the connector.

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#19240

smt connector | 22 March, 2002

We place parts like this with a contact systems machine (3Z). The part comes on a reel and has a flat top on it (as mentioned above) that can be removed as soom as it comes out of the oven.

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#19241

smt connector | 22 March, 2002

What is the height, width, and length of the connector, packaging?

We currently place a 2x20 2mm gull wing SMT connector measuring 8mm H x 38mm L x 6.1mm W, packaged on tape and reel with a plastic pickup in the center. We do this on an Assembleon (Philips) Topaz Xi2. I had to do some machine setting massaging to get it to work. Don't know if this would work on your Philips.

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Mike

#19246

smt connector | 24 March, 2002

We place a similar square pin style of connector on one of our products. The connector is a 22mm high HW series from Samtek. We have a Yamaha YVL88 MK1 and YV88XS set up to handle them (Yes they are rebadged as Philips machines in some markets). No vacuum pad required as gripper nozzles are avalable. These work directly on the tops of the two rows of pins.

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Yannick

#19252

smt connector | 25 March, 2002

We are unable to pick it up because we don't have any landing area, but some guys said that we can add a plastic cap on it so it may help...I will check up..unless you can suggest me other thing

Thank you

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