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Quad ZCR oven password

Anyone know a master password to get into a Quad ZCR oven? ... - Nov 25, 2003 by adlsmt  

What does Quad say? ... - Mar 28, 2005 by davef  

I'm shooting for 4. ... - Aug 17, 2006 by

#26437

Quad ZCR oven password | 25 November, 2003

Anyone know a master password to get into a Quad ZCR oven?

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#26442

Quad ZCR oven password | 25 November, 2003

I think it might just be zcr. At least that is what it is for our oven.

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#26443

Quad ZCR oven password | 25 November, 2003

That gets me into the main operating system but most of the menue's prompt for another one. Also when you exit it asks for one to go to dos. ZCR does not work.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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#26448

Quad ZCR oven password | 26 November, 2003

At that point, there is no password for our oven. I just hit enter when it asks for the password without typing anything in. I'm not sure if we just set it up that way or if that's the way it came, hopefully it will work for you.

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#26449

Quad ZCR oven password | 26 November, 2003

I remember it being case sensitive. Did you try that?

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#26451

Quad ZCR oven password | 26 November, 2003

Try contacting Jeff Stong ( Ex Quad USA Product Manager for the Printers and Ovens ) he may remember. He now works at ACI Tel - +1 (610) 362 1200 x 224 Regards Ian L-G

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pedro.freitas@bargoa.com.br

#33409

Quad ZCR oven password | 28 March, 2005

WHAT IS THE FIRST AND SECOND LEVEL PASSWORD FOR QUAD ZCR REFLOW OVEN 431. IF YOU KNOW, SEND FOR US, IF POSSIBLE.

THANKS

PEDRO DE FREITAS pedro.freitas@bargoa.com.br

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#33410

Quad ZCR oven password | 28 March, 2005

To get into the program type: oven To change things type: quad

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pedro.freitas@bargoa.com.br

#33412

Quad ZCR oven password | 28 March, 2005

WHAT IS THE FIRST AND SECOND LEVEL PASSWORD FOR QUAD ZCR REFLOW OVEN 431. IF YOU KNOW, SEND FOR US, IF POSSIBLE. I discovery the 1� level password is "ZCR" THANKS

PEDRO DE FREITAS pedro.freitas@bargoa.com.br

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#33414

Quad ZCR oven password | 28 March, 2005

What does Quad say?

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bobpan

#33418

Quad ZCR oven password | 28 March, 2005

MURIAL......i think thats spelled right.....if not muriel.....and i believe its case sensitive.....try that for password number 2........And Dave.....Quad Who.....hahahaha....they no longer exist.

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#33419

Quad ZCR oven password | 28 March, 2005

bobpan

#33420

Quad ZCR oven password | 28 March, 2005

ya...i know.....still not quad though.....a shell of quad......tx anyways

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#33427

Quad ZCR oven password | 29 March, 2005

FYI: ZCR, British oven maker, was purchased by Quad many moons ago. When Tyco bought Quad, ZCR was not part of the deal. In fact I think production had stopped in the U.K. facility by then. Tyco has no legal obligation to suppoort these ovens.

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#33475

Quad ZCR oven password | 31 March, 2005

Well if I know Tyco (like most other assembly folks) they probably want a registration fee before divulging any info about their product. I am having the same problem with a Quad ZCR 941 running Ver 2.9 s/w on a dos bootable diskette. On start-up it runs a .bat file called ZCR.bat at which point it then asks for a password but does not provide you with an area to input such, but if you hit the space bar returns you to the dos prompt and the cycle continues. I would appreciate any insight into the password/process required to get the unit up and running to test it's functionality. Thanks in advance for any help offered.

Regards, John.

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bobpan

#33480

Quad ZCR oven password | 31 March, 2005

After you press the space bar.....wait.....and then....type in quad or oven.......it is caps sensitive and i cant remember if you need lower case or upper.......

good luck

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#33533

Quad ZCR oven password | 4 April, 2005

Passwords for the ZCR / QCR did change with the version of S/W. I believe that from version 2.9 onwards the password to start the S/W from the DOS prompt is "quad" [all lower case]. Pre version 2.9 please type "zcr" [All lower case]. This will enable you to start the S/W from the "please press space bar restart" message.

Once in the S/W if the process password has been enabled, you will have to enter it before you can edit any process parameters, factory setting is "quad"

There is also a config screen which we can enter, press CTRL + [F1] to show the password prompt screen, password is "muriel" (the programmers wife's name!) From here you can enable / disable and change the process password.

I would recommend great care when working within the config screen.

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CJG

#43309

Quad ZCR oven password | 14 August, 2006

Does anyone know where to get training for a quad ZCR oven? We recently bought a used oven from a company that told us they could train but then determined they did not know the machine so we are stuck with the unit with no knowledge of how to use it. We contacted TYCO, but they want $250/hour to train.

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bobpan

#43310

Quad ZCR oven password | 14 August, 2006

Where are you located????? Thats the million dollar question.

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#43315

Quad ZCR oven password | 14 August, 2006

Dear Sir:

My company can train you on this system. Rate is $85 per hour.

Let me know if you are interested.

Brad Jakeway Cardinal Circuit A.C.E. Technology 614-327-2601

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CJG

#43331

Quad ZCR oven password | 15 August, 2006

I should have noted we are located in Reading, PA.

Thanks, Chuck

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#43374

Quad ZCR oven password | 17 August, 2006

We stock all Quad oven parts, offer free phone support & we do field service work & training. Give us a call at: 603-895-5112

Precision Placement Machines Fremont, NH 03044

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Chunks

#43375

Quad ZCR oven password | 17 August, 2006

This post could last for 3 years if we keep it up.

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No Name

#43378

Quad ZCR oven password | 17 August, 2006

I'm shooting for 4.

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Stick

#43781

Quad ZCR oven password | 6 September, 2006

I'll guess 5, maybe 6, but no more than 7. Thanks for the insight

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