Printed Circuit Board Assembly & PCB Design SMT Electronics Assembly Manufacturing Forum

Printed Circuit Board Assembly & PCB Design Forum

SMT electronics assembly manufacturing forum.


where to find older Siemens line transformer and equipment

northwest

#27837

where to find older Siemens line transformer and equipment | 31 March, 2004

I am looking to aquire an older Siemens line (SP-120,HS-180) but I need a line transformer to operate.

I have tried all the usual equipment suppliers but they all stock newer generation spare parts.

Can anyone help me with a location or company that is looking to sell older Siemens spare parts?

Thank you for your help

reply »

#27855

where to find older Siemens line transformer and equipment | 1 April, 2004

I usually do, but I don't have an extra transformer. I've most of all other spare parts in stock. www.steering-inc.com However, contact Don Dawson at 856 2358454 for a new transformer.

reply »

#27869

where to find older Siemens line transformer and equipment | 1 April, 2004

A little to late, I unloaded my SP's and HS's late last summer to the guys below. They may still have it.

Capital Equipment Exchange 2802 Barney Court McHenry, IL 60050 www.ce-exchange.com ph: 815-363-0800 fx: 815-363-0809

reply »

Jason Robotham - Tekmart

#27921

where to find older Siemens line transformer and equipment | 5 April, 2004

We (Tekmart International Inc.) x5 Siemens HS-180's and x5 SP-120's circa 1988-1994, all located in our Guangzhou, China warehouse. Please advise if these machines would be of interest to you and if yes, please advise your offer price.

Thanks, Jason Robotham Sales Manager

Tekmart International Inc. 666 Vaughan Road Toronto, Ontario., CANADA M6E 2Y5

(416) 385-1956 OFFICE (416) 385-0810 FAX (416) 450-6026 MOBILE

http://www.tekmart.com

reply »

#27937

where to find older Siemens line transformer and equipment | 6 April, 2004

What kind of transformer is this? Is it single phase, 3 phase? What's the input and output voltage and how much current can you draw off of the secondary?

I'm doing something with a stepup transformer right now and am wondering what Siemens used to use.

reply »

#27948

where to find older Siemens line transformer and equipment | 7 April, 2004

Hi Dilbert, it is a step up transformer from 3 phase 208 to 3 phase 380. Each machine does not draw more than 3 Amps per phase. However, circuit breakers are rated at 15 Amps. The transformer has three power outlets, each one has a Perilex (European) connector with 5 pins for three phase, ground and protective ground. There are also single phase outlets ~ 240V to operate vision system and line controller.

reply »

PCB equipment

Electronics Equipment Consignment