Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Sucessfully Rebuilt Two Brembana Spindles in a Week

REA has yet another success story rebuilding Brembana spindles. We had two arrive at our facility last week and our technician rebuilt both of them and turned them out within the week. Not very many repair shops can say this. Not only are we adept at Brembana but also rebuild Colombo,Fanuc, and HSD spindles as well. If you are looking for quick turn-around at a fraction of the OEM repair cost REA is the place to contact. We can provide phone support in some cases. We have a machinist on staff capable of fabricating most anything. So stop wasting time waiting on fancy, overpriced OEMS to get your spindle repaired. You will be pleased with our service, I guarantee it.

Gas Prices

We have been listening to all the so called experts talk about the economy and what has caused the recession. Surveys are showing a majority of the American people think the President is doing a good job trying to solve the problems. But I believe one simple thing is being overlooked on a regular basis and that is the price of gas at the pumps. Gasoline prices have an effect on everything in the economy. In food prices alone it effects the cost to grow, process, transport, and sell in the supermarket. It costs the American consumer more to drive to buy the groceries. The more we spend on gas the less disposable income we have to spend elsewhere. So the effect will trickle down and affect other consumer products.
We listen to the economists on Wall Street talk about how the oil companies stock is down because the price of crude oil is down, yet they are still making record profits. While they are making these record profits the American consumer is struggling to survive. Washington needs to take a look at the effect this is having on ALL AMERICANS. With the prices increasing at the pumps again we are going to see a prolonging of the so called recession we are in.

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Resign or commit suicide

"......follow the Japanese model and come before the American people and take that deep bow and say I’m sorry, and then either do one of two things — resign, or go commit suicide.” ~ Sen. Charles Grassley (R-IA)

I would also like to extend this to every one who supported N.A.F.T.A. & sent their companies over seas in the name of cheap labor and increasing profits.

Haruka Nishimatsu, A true leader in business. Take a lesson here.
http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/business/2008/11/02/lah.japan.ceo.pay.cut.cnn

Monday, March 23, 2009

AIG

Rolling Stone has a great article here about the government bailout of AIG.
Matt Taibbi breaks it down simple for everyone, and traces the crash back to the origin, or "Patient Zero" of the crisis.

He explains how and why there was no regulation, who was in charge, and how their greed destroyed an economy.

If you are having some difficulty wrapping your head around the whole economic crisis, this article will make it all clear.

more information is available here, here, and here.

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

More technical ability then the OEM pt.3

A few years ago a customer in Florida sent in a Baldor drive out of their Fadal mill after the OEM rep determined it to bad and wanted to replace the whole drive for an astronomical price. We found the cpu board to have some bad chips that were no longer available so we obtained a new CPU board from Baldor. Reassembled the unit, tested it, and sent it back. As it turns out Fadal had some custom mods to the software on these drives so the parameter listing is not the same. Updating the stock Baldor software to the Fadal Software is a simple matter of switching EPROMS and SRAMS. But the OEM rep was not a technical person and was wary of switching out the firmware chips. So with Chip programmer in hand and few spare chips in hand I boarded a plane for Florida and went to the customers location and reprogrammed the chips, tested the operation, all good for the spindle. Several other electronic problems were found in the machine and fixed. All simple ones. In one day we fixed more problems then the OEM Tech could not fix in the last few years, and repaired a drive for much less then the OEM wanted to charge

(828) 397-6050

Monday, March 16, 2009

More tech knolege vs. reading a book, aka Doing what the OEM cant

I had recent experience where a customer had called us to help set the parameters on a new (not working) Control Techniques drive that was replacing an older version CT in a Cefla Easy 2000. I found that the parameters were code locked on the new unit and was really questioning why this drive was being replaced when it gave no errors when I powered it up to get the parameters out of it. After talking with the customer I found that traverse sprayer was loosing position and crashing into the side of the machine. Phone support from the OEM distributor/service determined that the drive was bad. I told the customer they just bought a drive they did not need and had a problem with the encoder or a mechanical problem, the original drive is just fine. The customer claimed they had eliminated mechanical so I did give them the benefit of the doubt on that. After quite a bit of explaining how the individual parts of this system the customer decided to check the spare parts inventory for a motor/encoder for this machine. They found one so we installed it, I put the original drive back in and gave the machine a run. It worked like a dream.
This customer could have saved a lot of down time and money if they would have called us in first. Th
Is goes to show technical knowledge is better then some guy reading out of a book. I diagnosed the problem on problem description alone, with out even referring to a book.






http://www.reatechnologies.com/


(828) 397-6050

Doing what the OEM cant, again

A customer had sent in a TSR Fox-20 from their Schoen 2071 die cuter on the advice of an engineer at Schoen. When this arrived at the shop we powered it up and every thing seemed to be fine. After talking to the customer we found it was sent in because there were no lights. This was an immediate flag to me that once again the OEM knew nothing about basic trouble shooting. I took the unit back to the customer facility and reinstalled the unit. Sure enough no lights. After a few quick checks I found a defective power supply and made repairs to it on sight and had the customer up and running again in an hour. The customer had spent a few days working on this sending emails back and forth to Germany before contacting us.


http://www.reatechnologies.com/

(828) 397-6050

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Simco Charge Masters

REA Technologies is your one stop for repair if your Simco CH50-N chargemaster and any other industrial static control/eliminator you may have. Call us today, let us show you what we can do for you.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

REA Repairs industrial electronics Pt.2

Some of the Circuit board Items we have worked on. We have worked on many other Items and we are no way limited to what is in this list

http://www.reatechnologies.com/

(828) 397-6050


IE INDUSTRIE, 68008
IEEE, S03902-03
IMA, 102.99.02.44
IMA, B-SEITE IMA ART#732048 MF6-A2 MODULE
IMA, IFB661
IMA, IMA IFB661 V2.0 CARD
IMEC, SC402-024-T2
INCOM, VEL / H CM
INDRAMAT, 2.1
INDRAMAT, 2100 SERIES
INDRAMAT, CLM01.3-X-0-4-0-FW
INDRAMAT, DDS02.1-W150-0
INDRAMAT, DKC01.1/DKC11.1
INDRAMAT, DKC01.1-040-7-FW
INDRAMAT, DKS01.1-W100A-DA01-00
INDRAMAT, DKS1
INDRAMAT, HDS03.2-W100N-HS12-0-1-FW
INDRAMAT, KDF 1.2-100-300-WI-115
INDRAMAT, KDF 1.2-100-300-WI-115
INDRAMAT, MAC SERIES
INDRAMAT, MAC071B-0-TS-4-C
INDRAMAT, RAC 2.2
INDRAMAT, SMT-01VRS
INDRAMAT, TDM 1.2-100-300-W1-000
INDRAMAT, TDM1.2-050-30-W1-220
INDRAMAT, TVM2.4-050-220/3 00-W1/220/380
INDREMAT, DAM60-12/24-54-B-000
INDREMAT,
INDUSTRIAL DEVICES, 2041
INDUSTRIAL DEVICES, S6962
Industrial Devices Corp., D2500
INELCO, MFB47821
Inelco Inc., MFB 47821--2
INFINITY, 077529001
INGERSOLL RAND, P/N 39786470
INGERSOLL-RAND, 39810734
INGERSOLL-RAND, 39875158
INGERSOLL-RAND, SSR 15-100HP
INLAND MOTOR,
INLAND MOTORS, SP(R) / 3
INSIDE TECH., 786LCD
Intel, 8088
Intel, AN82527 / AN82526
Intel, AN82527 / AN82526
Intel, N80C188
Intel, N80C188
INTERLOGIX, 0150-0138E
International Tech, Altek PC Card
IRD, IRD.350
IRD, Model 350
Irion & Vosseler, Model 306959-01
Irion & Vosseler, P/N 508044-01
IRT, 1314 SRVN
IRT, ACS1300
IRT, ETAZIRT 11
IRT, IRT 2000 / IRT 4000
ISS/SER 118, P/N 10217
ITOTEC, 62292
JAGUAR, ITW
Jaguar, VC75D and VC150D
JANDY IND, PCB 8124A
JEVON,
JINEMA, 1091
JS AUTOMATION, PMC-2520B
JUL-MEL, 1030-0
JVL, AMC10B
JVL, AMC-12B
K&S WK Electronics, 138-650158FBS
KARDEX, 6002281-001
KB, KBRG-240D
KB, KBRG-240D
KB ELECT, KBPB125
KB Electronics, APRM-2C
KB Electronics, KBCC-225R
KB Electronics, KBIC
KB ELECTRONICS, KBPB-125
KB ELECTRONICS, KBPB-125
KEB, 10.S4.D30-3470/1.4
KEB, 10.S4.D30-3470/1.4
KEB, 15F1-R30-4A09
KEB, 56/F1 V1.2
Kebco, Combivert F4si
Kebco Power Transmission, Combivert
Kebco Power Transmissions, Combivert
K-ELECTRONIX, GIO40A-15
Kessler-Ellis,
KEYENCE, BL-600
KEYENCE, BL-600
Kistler-Morse, 63-1260-05
KITAGAWA, RS016
KLESSMANN, IMA
KLESSMANN, IMA 5
KLESSMANN, IMA 6
Klochner-Moeller, PS416
KME, 26C12M22B
KME, 29LM
KME, MB42
KME / Teleline, KME
KOCH, A0303/6901
KOLLMORGEN, BDS4
KOLLMORGEN, BDS4A/V
KOLLMORGEN, MODEL SR03200-2G203B
KOLLMORGEN, PA2800
KOLLMORGEN, PA2800
KOLLMORGEN, S SERIES
KOLLMORGEN, S SERIES
KOLMET, MATR842
KOMATSU,
Kondia, Kondia 3135.8
Korea Robot Inc., KRI-5FCPU.6A
Korea Robot Inc., KRI-LCD-SCSA2
KOYO, F1-130AR
KOYO, F1-130AR
KPI,
KRISTEL, A95CJ-FB2
KRONOS, 55D
KTK From Control Techniques, FXM4
KTRON CORP, K-105
KUBLER, DVS1.325.2/1
KUBLER, SERIES 300 & 300D
KUBLER, SERIES 300 & 300D
KUHNKE, 71.140.655.05.01/5
Kuhnke, 71.140.656.50.0/4
Kuhnke, DBS 32 Kanal
LABEL AIRE,
LABEL-AIRE, 2114 / 2116
LABEL-AIRE, 7465627
LABOD, 7901.36213
LABOD, PDS.A250.Z5/50
LABOD, UPDS-A 250-25/50
LAFERT, B6306Z-02113
LAFERT, B63081-02209
LAFERT,
LAFERT,
LAMBDA, 83-475-001
LAMBDA, NS-CDS-002A
LANTEK, 55030801
LANTEK, 55030801
LARM, IRC 5/108 KB
Larm, IRC205
LAWSON, 5MS-6006
LAWSON, 5MS-6006
LAWSON, SMS6006 / SMS6007
LEESON, ?
Leeson, Leeson Speed Master
Leeson, Leeson Speedmaster
Leeson, MICRO SERIES
Leeson / AC Tech , MC series / Micro Series
LEFEBURE, 62-0727-2
LEFEBURE, B-62-0680-0
LEIMER, FR 3201
Lenze, 40B/0115/00/0
Lenze, 473 E/2
Lenze, 8220 / 8240
Lenze, 8220/8240
Lenze, 8307_A.1N.23
LENZE, 9300
Lenze, 9350
Lenze, EVF8221-E-V020
LENZE, EVF8245-E
Lenze, EVS93xx
LENZE, LENZE 746
Lenze, Lenze 8200
Lenze, Lenze 9300
Lenze, Simplatron 481
LENZE, TYPE 746 E3
LESTER ELECTRICAL, 19630S
LEUZE, MSI-M/R
LIKA, I41-Y-100ZNF2BRL2
LIKA, IT65-Y-50ZND2CR/S3
Lika, Mod# TQ65-L-2500ZCP1CR
Lika, No Part Number
LIKA, TQ65-Y-50ZND2CR/S3
Lincoln Electric, SP-200 Timer
LINEAR, 39177027
Linear Technologies, LTC490
LINEAR TECHNOLOGY, LTC1091
LNS, 2534
LOEPFEE, TK840
LONATI, 600
lonati, junior e master
lonati, lonati junior
LONATI,
LONATI,
Lonati / Dinema, Goal 400
Lonati / Dinema, Goal RISC
Lonati / Dinema,
LOTO, 53200
LOUIS ALLIS, 46SD2354-0012
LOVEJOY, GS SERIES
LOVEJOY, GS SERIES
L-TEC, MIG-35
LUCAS, 108,567D
LUCAS, 108-586-C
LUST, CDA32.003.C1.1
MAG POWER,
MAGII, MAGII
MAGNATEK, 3316-05-001
MAGNATEK, 3316-05-001
MAGNATEK, 3316-05-01
MAGNATEK, 3578-08-100
MAGNATEK, GPD205
MAGNATEK, GPD333
MAGNATEK, GPD403
MAGNATEK, GPD403
MAGNATEK, GPD502
MAGNATEK, GPD503
MAGNATEK, GPD503
MAGNATEK, GPD505
MAGNATEK, GPD506 / P5
MAGNATEK, GPD515
MAGNATEK, GPD515
MAGNATEK, GPD515
MAGNATEK, GPD515
MAGNATEK, GPD515/G5
MAGNATEK, GPD515C-B021
MAGNATEK, GPD575
MAGNATEK, HCB5
MAGNATEK, P/N 33629900101 Rev 1
MAGNETA, 14.512.08.22
MAGNETEK, GPD505V-B052
MAN ROLAND, 037U391544
MARQUIP,
MASCHINEN NR, 1023-07-99
MASCHINEN NR, 1023-07-99
Matec, 043/0001/01/9
Matec, 043/0075/01/9
Matec, 043-0000-01-9
Matec, 043-0001-01-9
Matec, 043-0040-01-9
MATEC, 043-0062-00-9
Matec, 043-0084-0019
Matec, 40.9291.09.9
Matec, 40/0085/02/9
Matec, 40/0129/--/9
Matec, 40/0216/--/9
Matec, 40/0217/--/9
Matec, 40/0217/--/9
Matec, 40/9301/01/9
Matec, 40/9301/01/9
Matec, 40-0180-19
Matec, 42/0022/03/9
Matec, 42/0113/02/9
Matec, 42/0134/02/9
Matec, 42/0197/00/9
Matec, 42-0020-01-9
Matec, 42-0113-02-9
Matec, 42-0133-01-9
Matec, 42-0135-01-9
Matec, 42-0136-03-9
Matec, 42-0326-00-9
Matec, 43/0000/01/9
Matec, 43/0000/01/9
Matec, 43/0004/01/9
Matec, 43/0040/01/9
Matec, 43/9317/00/9
Matec, 43-0075-01-09
Matec, CPU-UHOC68K-F1
Matec, F.6
Matec, Silver 2 / F.6
MATSUSHITA, FP3/FP10S
MAX DATWYLER&CO, EM603A
MAXIM, MAX690
MAYR SYSTEME,
MAZAK, ASSY NO 94101 WA
MAZAK, D70UB003990
MAZAK, DL337LMA200
mazak, mazak c
MAZAK, MV4-200
MAZAK, PD14A-1
MAZAK, QT-200
MAZAK, QT-SERIES
MAZAK, VTC-16A/16B/20B
MENTOR DYNAMICS, BLD75
METRON, 1802B
METRONICS, QC2000
Mettler Toledo, 3025 Speedweigh
Mettler Toledo, Model Lynx
Mettler Toledo, Model Panther
MICRO MOTION, FMS-3
Micro Wiz, MWP1168
MICROCHIP, TXSTA / RCSTA
Micron, TTP104 CPU
Micronova SNC, Logica 4 11 296
Mikropul, Part # 132596-A Mod. 72IC Timer
MILACRON, 3-533-0906G
MILLER, ASSY 047007
MILLER MAXTRON, 164971
MILLTRONICS, 2676-5D
Miltronics Manufacturing, Centurion V
MINARIK, AC200 SERIES
MINARIK, DD DB PCB 389R
MINARIK, RG400UA
MITSUBISHI, 500 SERIES
MITSUBISHI, A220-2.2k-AW
MITSUBISHI, A500
MITSUBISHI, BN624E975G52AC
MITSUBISHI, C-6401 / C-6479
MITSUBISHI, CMT-2A
MITSUBISHI, CPS-15
MITSUBISHI, CS-3240LP
MITSUBISHI, CS-6479 CS-6401
MITSUBISHI, DK517
MITSUBISHI, DL-SBZ
MITSUBISHI, DL-SBZ
MITSUBISHI, DL-SBZ
MITSUBISHI, F R-SE
MITSUBISHI, FCA320LC-V
MITSUBISHI, FCA320LC-V
MITSUBISHI, FR-A220E-15K-UL
MITSUBISHI, FR-E540-0.75-EC
MITSUBISHI, FREQROL Z024-UL
MITSUBISHI, FREQROL-A024
MITSUBISHI, FR-K3-5.5K-CZ
MITSUBISHI, FR-S520S-1.5K-EC
MITSUBISHI, FR-SE-2-22K
MITSUBISHI, FR-SF-2-18.5KP-BCG
MITSUBISHI, FR-SGJ
MITSUBISHI, FR-SGJ-2-1.5K-BR
MITSUBISHI, FR-Z024-2.2K-UL
MITSUBISHI, FR-Z024-7.5K
MITSUBISHI, FR-Z024-UL
MITSUBISHI, FR-Z200
MITSUBISHI, FR-Z220-7.5K
MITSUBISHI, FR-Z240-7.5K
MITSUBISHI, FX-20MR-ES/UL
MITSUBISHI, HA33C-TS
MITSUBISHI, M5L2764K
MITSUBISHI, MC161
MITSUBISHI, MC201B
MITSUBISHI, MC201B
MITSUBISHI, MDS-A-CV-150
MITSUBISHI, MDS-A-CV-300
MITSUBISHI, MDS-A-V1-20
MITSUBISHI, MDS-A-V2-3510
MITSUBISHI, MDS-B-SVJ2
MITSUBISHI, MDS-B-V2-3510
MITSUBISHI, Mitsubishi C-5470NS
MITSUBISHI, Model A1S61PN
MITSUBISHI, MR-S1-80-E01
MITSUBISHI, MR-SA33T
MITSUBISHI, MSG803
MITSUBISHI, OSE104
MITSUBISHI, PD21B
MITSUBISHI, PD21B
MITSUBISHI, QX084B
MITSUBISHI, QX524C BN634A636G51
MITSUBISHI, RT-5XC-11
MITSUBISHI, SGJ
MITSUBISHI, SJ-22XU
MITSUBISHI, TS5850 N64
MITSUBISHI, TYPE MR-J2-100CT
MITSUBISHI, U120S-ER
MITSUBISHI, XC-FMFY
MITUTOYO, AT2-N
MMATS, 765.1
MOBIL, MLS 406 002
MOBIL, MLS 406 002
MODULTROL IV MOTORS, MODULTROL IV MOTORS
MONARCH, MO9402
MONITECH, 29LK SERIES
MOOG, 300A
MOOG, Model No. 304-133A
MOOG, P/N 151M423A-1
MOOG, T164-907A-10-H1-2-2A
MOORE Products, 351
MORBIDELLI, MORBIDELLI TRIA 7500
MORI SEIKI, FM20-0004-A01
MORI SEIKI, PART NO. E77190A02
MORI SEIKI, SL150
MOS System, Matricola Q905-12, Tipo 30-24
Mosler, 430
Mosler, 430-1H
Mosler, 49012 PCB
MOSLER, 5004
MOSLER, 5004
Mosler, 77802AA
Mosler, 77959A
MOSLER, 77959A
Mosler, 81272A
Mosler, 81485A
Mosler, 82113A
Mosler, 82728A
Mosler, 82766A
Mosler, 82875A
MOSLER, 930-003024
Mosler, 936-003031
Mosler, DF57936A
Mosler, Downsend Power Control
Mosler, E73805A
Mosler, MS-PCB-012611E
Mosler, RT / US
Motion Engineering Ind., MEI PCB
MSI Control Inc, CPC
MTEC,
MTS, T-TSR0U0340
MULTIAX, E 6106-5223
Murata, 008-E360M-51/008-E3600-61
MURPH, PCB 21178
MURR, MC510-115/24
MURR,
N/A, ACL-7120
N/A, CPB086
N/A, PRD-32
NAKAMURA, TMC-12 FS21-TB
NEE, AMC-B
NEE, AMC-B
NEMITRON, IWS-3005
NEMITRON, IWS-3005
Newport, QxxxxA QxxxxB
NORDSON, 1028322
NRL-5, 60080
NUM, 1062W
NUM, NUM 1040
NUM, NUM PROC. PC
NYK, FER4000LA
O'Dwyer Eng. Inc., EZ1052-501 Rev B
OEM CONTROLS, MS4
OEM CONTROLS, MS4
OGDEN, ETR-9200
OGDEN, ETR-9200
OIL GEAR, L404563
OKK, MCH 630
OKUMA, ?
OKUMA, 1006-0615-5I-37
OKUMA, 5000
OKUMA, 5800
OKUMA, A005-8007-01-010
OKUMA, BL-D30A
OKUMA, BL-D50A
OKUMA, E0451-521-016
OKUMA, E4809-032-452-C
OKUMA, E4809-045-110-C
OKUMA, ED451-521-051
OKUMA, ER-FC-2048D
OKUMA, FUB-P4R2
OKUMA, LB15
OKUMA, LR25
OKUMA, OSP 7000L/700L
OKUMA, OSP7000L
OKUMA, PWB-1651C
OKUMA, TYPE A
OKUMA, VAC111-D22
OKUMA, VACIII
OKUMA, YDQ30
OLIVER, 207741
OMADA, H0603C-TCV1C
OMADA, VM-3800
OMAL, CS03 09/1989
OMEGA, CN76000
OMNI, 18-073
Omni Vision, Inc., LP1215HIN-P31
OMRON, 28P5-3002
Omron, 3G2A3-Pro 16
OMRON, 3G3EV
OMRON, 3G3EV
OMRON, 3G3IV-A5022-EV2
OMRON, 3G3IV-A5110-EV2
OMRON, 3G3RV-B4220-E
OMRON, C120
OMRON, C20
OMRON, C20
OMRON, C200H-DC222
OMRON, C200H-OD211
OMRON, C200H-TS001
OMRON, E5EX
OMRON, E5GN-RIP
OMRON, NT20S-ST121-EV3
OMRON, SYSMAC C200H
OPAL, MS-6 SERIES
OPAL, MS-6 SERIES
Opem Parma, D96B/11M
Opem Parma, D98C/17
Opti Dye, TPS00026-C
Optima Prism, Optima Prism Washex
Opto22, AC5
Opto22, PCI-AC5
OPTREX, DMC20261NYLY-ANE-CI
OPTRONIC, AG
ORGAPACK,
Oriental Motor, Oriental Motor
ORION, 51499
OSAI, 10 SERIES
OSAI, 562
OSAI, CAT NO 9300032BA
OSAI, DSV-60-VC-OC-0049
OSAI, P&H, A-SERIES
PAC. SCI., BSM
PAC. SCI., C0003.5R2CH000NN
PACIFIC SCIENTIFIC, 5630
PACIFIC SCIENTIFIC, 6410
PACIFIC SCIENTIFIC, SC402-024-T2
Package Controls, PC4021
Package Machinery Co., PC4024
PANASONIC, DV47S075LB20
PANASONIC, DV49S040LB2CA
PARKER, AT6250
PARKER, AT6250-120V
PARKER, BLHX75BN
PARKER, D1FH
PARKER, GV6K
PARKER, PQ-L
PARKER, SX SERIES
PARKER, SX-6
Parker Compumotor, SX/SX8
PARTLOW, MIC 2000
PARTLOW, P11601100
PCPA, Assy 9032-236
PCSC, 03-10064
PEEK TRAFFIC, MODELS 535B/MS
PEGASUS, 450-2
Pelco, MPT9500
PELCO, PMC9A
Pellerin Milnor Corperation, P/N ECN 93077 REV B
Penn, Penn 5600 Scale
PENTEK, PCI REV11-87
PEP, VSBC-2
Pepperl & Fuchs, Part-Nr. 051923
Pepperl & Fuchs, Part-Nr. 051923
Perma, PMD-4Q/IA2
Phasetronics, Model EPD1-1215-VX2
Phillips, 74HC4017 / 74HCT4017
Phillips, NE590
PILZ, 18 587
PILZ, MODEL PNOZXVIP
PILZ, P10 DO
PILZ, PLC CABLE
PILZ, PNOZM1P
PINES, 177-93-995-01 REV H
PIONEER, C9-00020-30072
PLASMATRON,
PMA, KS90
PMB, QSD 920 SN 2004-182
PMI Motion Inc, 0098060-018
Pneu-Con, P/N 15007003
POST, ???
Powcon, 604030-002
POWER ELECTRONICS, MSM2A57
POWER INTEGRATIONS, TOP200-4/14
Power Master, CIMR-P5U4015
POWER ONE, P/N MAP130-4001
POWER ONE, SPM3D2K
POWER TRIP, PC-95013
Powertec, Model No. C003.5R2CH000
P-Q CONTROLS, C-04773
Prael, Esavar 20
Prima Electronica, 2BB1000-30000-000
Prima Electronica, 2BBI2030000-000
PRIMELCO, I14CAL03-TS-02CF
PROCESS, 2000
PROCESS TECH, DM15D
PROFORT, PFM132-CHS
Pro-Log, PBX-02
Pro-Log Corp., Pro-Log 2
PROTECTIONS CONTROL INC,, 7250
Proview Technology, 2100G
PSC, PSC
PTR, 438 1M
PULS, SLR10
QUANTA, Q2000 / Q9000
Rapid Power Technologies Inc., Model M3000
Raycon, F20A, VRZ670E DRO
RAYTRON, 555-4
RAYTRON, 555-4
RCS, SCC10-24VDC
RE, 57C442B
RE ELECTTRONICA, REG FET
Rectivar, Rectivar VF1
RED LION, APLSP
RED LION, GEM42
Red Lion Controls, Gem 1000
RED LION CONTROLS, MODEL NUMBER 4610001
REDLION, IMP
REDLION, IMP
REDLION, LNXC2
REDLION, LNXC2
REGAL, 234200
RELIANCE, 3EB1
RELIANCE, 3RA2015U
RELIANCE, BRU-200
RELIANCE, GM4050
RELIANCE, HR2000
RELIANCE, HR2000
RELIANCE, HR2000
RELIANCE, MAXPAK III
RELIANCE, S6
RELIANCE, S6
RELIANCE ELECT, 0-48680
Reliance Electric, 0-51839-2
Reliance Electric, SP500 M/N 1SU51010
REMEX, RRS9000BA1
REULAND,
REULAND ELECTRIC, RTC
REXROTH, VT 5035
Rexroth,
Rimoldi, Base 1A
R-J, R-J TEACH PENDANT
RNA, MODEL ESG-N 80
ROBERTS COMP.,
ROBICON, SSR P SERIES
ROCKWELL, 3000
ROLAND MATIC,
RONAN, C1348K
ROSSO, ABS3/S2
Rosso, APD1/S1
Rosso, APD1-51
Rosso, Rosso 025E Super
Rotan, Rotan Board
ROTEC, DIG 16-I/O
ROVER B, RS422 / PM51B
Rowan Electronica, C280S.B/ON
RTA PAVIA, SBC02D
RUBYCON, PD25A
RYE TECHNOLOGIES, QM3015
RYE TECHNOLOGY, QM2512
S&M, ETD44
SAFTRONICS, DF8P
Saftronics, DY4+
SAFTRONICS, G-3
SAIA, CXE
SAM WOO, sw2200n
SAMSUNG, CVM4967T
SANE, P30
Sangiacomo, 5105/5118
Sangiacomo, ETAL 1000
Sangiacomo, SCS-HI 1000
Sangiacomo, SCS-HI 1000
Sangiacomo, SK0005205.02 LS
Sangiacomo, SK005170.03/SK005171.03
Sangiacomo, SK005199.01
Sangiacomo, SK005205
Sangiacomo, SK005208.02
Sangiacomo, SK005210.01
Sangiacomo, SK005304.03
Sangiacomo, SK005305.02
Sangiacomo, SK005306.02
Sangiacomo, SK005309.02
Sangiacomo, SK00531.01
Sangiacomo, SK005501.02
Sangiacomo, SK005501.03
Sangiacomo, SK005504.01
Sangiacomo, SK005507.02
Sangiacomo, SK005507.02
Sangiacomo, SK005508.02
Sangiacomo, SK005511.01
Sangiacomo, SK020010.03
Sangiacomo, WPS180 / 00840387H5
Sangiacomo,
SANYO, TFT-LCM
SANYO DENKI, MODEL PMAPA1S6A01
Sasaki Electric Corperation, Patlite Signal Display
SCAIME, AG20
SCHARER, 10745
Scharer, 10829
Scharer, Scharer Spindle Board
Scharer Hardmeier, 19pc10-10 10583 10362 16pc10-10
Scheda, Scheda SBC 022
SCHELLING, AW 179.064
Schenck, Typ 1Q-R-K1.2
Schlafhorst,
SCHLAFORT, VA-138-656
SCHNEEBERGER, 3XEH
SCHNIDER, XBTF034110
SCOTT WILLIAMS, TQ501B O/P CARD
SEA, SK02008.02
Secap, Model SG30
SECO, 7000
SECO, 8600
SECO, 8603A-NO
SECO, M 3000 SERIES
SECO, Model 8804
Seco, Model 8804
SECO, SE2000
SEEL, FXM4
Seidel, 60WKS
SEIDEL, O1S-M150/15PB-W
Seidel, SB220-15/30
SELECTROL, PMC 22 EZ/02
Selti, 22.0248
Selti, CGA
Selti, SL/7002
Selti, SL/8000
SELTI, SL8000
SEMIENS, 6SE6400-DAQ00-OBPO
SENOTEC, CSV 55
SERVO DYNAMICS, 1525-BR
SERVO DYNAMICS, SDF2040
Servo Dynamics Corp., Model No. SD1-1525-101-1
SERVO SOURCE, VER. 4.0
SERVO SOURCE, VERSION 3.0
SEW, MDV60A0022
SEW, TYPE 31C040-503-4-00
SEW, TYPE MFP22A/Z23A
SEW Eurodrive, 31C
SEW Eurodrive, 31C015-503-4-00
SEW Eurodrive, MCF/MCV/MCS4_A
SEW Eurodrive, MD-60A
SEW Eurodrive, MDX
SEW Eurodrive, MDx60
SEW Eurodrive, MPR/MPB
SGS-THOMSON, GS-D200S
Sharnoa, SE-161x
SHARONA, TIGER 4
SHARONA ELEC., TIGRE 4
Sharp, LH5168
SHARP, PQ30RV1
Shawnee, 356 Shawnee II
Shawnee, Shawnee II Series 354 Counter
Shima Seiki, CPU III, I/O PCB
Shima Seiki, S-051 SFG-II CPU
Shima Seiki, SFG-II CPU-2
Shima Seiki, SFG-III IO/K- -S252
Shima Sieki, CPU/CPU-2
Shindengen, BY12020
SHINDINGEN, WDPI-13
SHINKO, SSD-2415YM-B
SHINKO, SS-SERVO
SHODA, S5P-E02-01
SHORT INTRODUCTION, ARI 205/605
SHS, SALP 140, ACSN 120/10/NL, PSMC 140/10
SICK, AGS
SICK, AGSE900-1211
SICK, LUT 1-4
SICK, SRS60
SIEI, TPY3-415/440-40-4B
SIEI, TPY3-415/440-40-4B
SIEMENS, 6FC9320-3MG21
SIEMENS, ???
SIEMENS, 1P 6SN1123-1AA00-0HA1
SIEMENS, 3 AXIS RACK
SIEMENS, 36/47KW
SIEMENS, 3TK2803
SIEMENS, 505-6660
SIEMENS, 505-6660
SIEMENS, 505-7101
SIEMENS, 555-1103
SIEMENS, 611
SIEMENS, 6AV3627-1JK00-0AX0
SIEMENS, 6AV3627-1JK00-0AXO
SIEMENS, 6AV3637-1LL00-0BX0
SIEMENS, 6AV7661-1AA10-2BS0
SIEMENS, 6BK1200-0AA20-0AA0
SIEMENS, 6ES5 456-7LA11
SIEMENS, 6ES5 458-7LA11
SIEMENS, 6ES5 816-1BB11
SIEMENS, 6ES5245-1AA12
SIEMENS, 6ES5430-7LA12
SIEMENS, 6ES5511-5AA12
SIEMENS, 6ES55263LF11
SIEMENS, 6ES5922-3UA11
SIEMENS, 6ES5-955-3LC-41
SIEMENS, 6ES5955-3LF12
SIEMENS, 6ES5955-3LF12
SIEMENS, 6ES5982-2A11
SIEMENS, 6ES7422-1BL00-0AA0
SIEMENS, 6EV
SIEMENS, 6EV3055-DAC
SIEMENS, 6FC5114-OAB01-0A00
SIEMENS, 6FX2001-2CB25
SIEMENS, 6RA7018
SIEMENS, 6SC61
SIEMENS, 6SC6108-0SN00
SIEMENS, 6SC6120-0FE00
SIEMENS, 6SE3228-4DK40
SIEMENS, 6SE70 and 6SE71
SIEMENS, 6SE92
SIEMENS, 6SE9215-8DB40
SIEMENS, 6SE9621
SIEMENS, 6SN1112
SIEMENS, 6SN1118-ODM11-0AA1
SIEMENS, 6SN1123
SIEMENS, 6SN1123-1AA00-00AB
SIEMENS, 6SN1123-1AA00-0DA0
SIEMENS, 6SN1123-1AA00-0DA0
SIEMENS, 6SN1123-1AA00-OLAO
SIEMENS, 6SN1123-1AB00-0HA1
SIEMENS, 6SN1123-1AB00-0HA1
SIEMENS, 6SN1123-AA00-00A0
SIEMENS, 6SN1145-1AA01-DAAD
SIEMENS, 6SN1145-1BA01-OBA1
SIEMENS, 6SN1146-1AB00-0BA1
SIEMENS, 810 GA3
SIEMENS, 810 GA3
SIEMENS, C8451-A1-A150-2
SIEMENS, E129
SIEMENS, G34901-A1027-H2-C1
SIEMENS, IP6ES7 332-5HD01-0AB0
SIEMENS, MCM
SIEMENS, OP 393
SIEMENS, P/N 189074 BS
SIEMENS, PP17
SIEMENS, PP7
SIEMENS, S5-115U
SIEMENS, S5-90U
SIEMENS, SIECP06
SIEMENS, Siemens S5-115U
SIEMENS, Simatic S7 CPU`
SIEMENS, Simodrive 611
SIEMENS, Simovert Master Drives
SIEMENS, Simovert Micro Master
SIEMENS, U-20T
SIEMENS, WF721 and WF73
SIEMENS, WS400-20
SIEMENS SIMODRIVE, 6SN1123-1AB00-OAA1
SIENTIFIC TECH, SMC-2-120
SIGMA SIVA, RSM162V/16/500
SIGMA SIVO, RST-56/91/162V
Sigma-Sivo, Mod. RST-56V-16
Sigmatek, 9410.100.03
Sigmatek, 9410.100.03
Signetiks, PLS153N
Signetiks, PLS153N
SIKO, IG06
Siko, IH, IG
SIMATIC, CPU315-2DP
SIMATIC, S7-400
SIMCO, BP 30
SIMENS, 1P 6EP1437-2BA10
SIMENS, 1P 6EP1437-2BA10
Simplatron, Type 481-485
SIRA PROGETTI, PB1
SIRCO, F1X2M011
SIRIUS SYSTEM, 3RV1
SIRIUS SYSTEM, 3RV1
SITRA, VSD4
SKILLCRAFT, 4 CHANNEL
SMA, BE1140
SMA, TYP VM-04:121001
SMA HEESEMANN, BE1140-HEE.UKP1C
SMART TOUCH, HM180100A2P
SMC, ITV2051-313N-X5
Sola Electric SMPS, 39-615A Rev .02
SONY, SCC-L22M-A
SONY ?, FPS-MF3
SOPPREL, 140X8/16
Soprel (Control Techniques Group), Maestro 140 X 14/28
Soprel (Control Techniques Group), PWME 200 X 14/28
SORBINI, PM 120
Sorbini, Sorbini CNC Controller
SOUTHCON, DC6
SPANG, S/N SPC-271
Speecon, 7210M
SPIRIT, FOLIO
Sprint, 400i
SPRINT ELECTRIC, 1600
Sprint Electric, SLX Series
SQUARE D, ALTIVAR 16
SQUARE D, P00C04D
Square D, Sy/Max Class 8030
SQUARE D, XSA-V02801
SQUARE D, XSA-V02801
SSD, SSD
SSM, SSM Monitor
ST, L297
STANLEY,
Startek, S10-668-7000
STATOMAT, B313350/25
Statomat Bremsgerat (Horstman), Type B2345/25
STEGMAN, SRS 50/52K
Stegmann, AG 626 WSR
STEGMANN, P/N DG 60L WSR
STERLCO, M-2
STERLING INC., SP-550
STERL-TRONIC,
STEWART WARNER, G605784
STI, 4300B-2
STI, MS4300B
STOBER, FDS5000
STOBER, TYPE FDO-G 2080
STORK, UA4M
STORKTRONIC, P/N ST96-31.02FD
SULLAIR, 02250071-398
Sullair, P/N 02250106-694
Sullair, P/N 250030-377
Sumitomo, SMAC-PAC
SUMTAK, LBL-015-1000
Sunx Ltd, Japan, Model ORE-48-1000LHS-H-05
SUPERCONTROL, SE547
SUPERIOR ELEC., 160
Superior Electric, SS2000D3, D6
SUPREMECORP, SKI1600
SUPREMECORP, SKI1600
Syel, Model 3013/2 and Model 1013/1
Symatic, Sym 25/460
Tainan Cheng Machinery, Welder 10kVA
Takatori, 40310855
TAKATORI, TC-720A
Takatori Intech, LVP
Takatori Intech, SVP
Takatori Intech, SVP/LVP
Tamagama, Model TS 2228N33E1
TAMAGAWA, FA-CODER
TAMAGAWA, FA-SOLVER
TAMAGAWA, TS3033N
Tasc Drives Inc, 90062211B-03
TB WOODS, 4007-5H
TB WOODS, E-TRAC
TB WOODS, SS4D
TB WOODS, UVC
TB WOODS, WFC
TB WOODS, WFC4001-OCHT
TB WOODS, WFC4001-OCHT
TB WOODS / Ambi-Tech, Model SS4A60
TB WOODS / Ambi-Tech, Model SSU4G5
TB WOODS / Ambi-Tech, SS-2G-10
TB WOODS / Ambi-Tech, SS-2G-8TM
TB WOODS / Ambi-Tech, SS-4A-10
TB WOODS / Ambi-Tech, TYPE D
TCI, SCB-2
TCP, HMIP0000L2P
TEAC,
TECHNO GR, SBL-K2-500
TECHNOMAGNET, MCU-00
Tekel, Model 263.P.1024.12.S
TEKLYNX,
Telecrane, F-21A
TELEDYINE PINES, P/N 177-93-995-08
TELELINE, S6S14MA570-02-HC-M0302-CA
TELEMECANIQUE, ATV31HU22N4
TELEMECANIQUE, ATV66
TELEMECANIQUE, MODEL XPSAP5110
Telemechanique, 31
Telemechanique, 66
Telemechanique, ATV16U29N4
Telemechanique, ATV16U72N4
Telemechanique, ATV-58
Telemechanique, RTV44D44Q RTV44D24A
Telemechanique, TSX-17
Telemechanique, XCS
Telemechanique, XPS-FB
Telemechanique,
Telemechanique (Square D),
Tempersonic, L Series Position Sensors
Temposonics,
TENNANT, SCR
Termal Arc, 203908B 203909B
TEXAS INSTR., 510
Texas Instruments, CD40102B/CD40103B
Texas Instruments, Model 510-1101
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS,
THAYER, PIC-168-11
THAYER, PIC-168-11
THERMWOOD, ???
Thermwood, BD450E PCB
Thermwood, BD485A
THERMWOOD, BD485A
TIB, TIB DC525
Toledo Scale, P/N A12646300A
TORO, DIAL-24
TOSHIBA, 2SK2201
TOSHIBA, 8400
TOSHIBA, D9CM-01A
TOSHIBA, NC481_3000727620
Toshiba, TC45584F
Toshiba, Toshiba IGBT Info
Toshiba, VF-A3
TOSHIBA, VFA5-2075P
TOSHIBA, VF-SX
TOSHIBA, VT130G2U5120
Totoku Electric Co., Totoku
Toyo Denki, EK-21116B-1
TRACO, T1036-01A
TRANE, BCU8
Triad, Super Light V1
TRITEX, TQC-400
TRITEX, TQC-400
TRITEX, TQR-400
TRS, TRS
True Line, 301LFBRH2-31
TRUEVIEW,
TRUMPF, 240
TRUMPF, 925052
TRUMPF, BUM 60
TRUMPF, L3030S
TRUMPF, TLF 1500
TSR, MA04
Tsudakoma, SVU3
TULARC, G486VPC
TVS, VM-9AF
TX INSTRUM., 393605-004
TYPACT, TYPACT AL3 MODULE
ULTRA SONIC, 851X
Unico, #308-6983
UNITEK, Q6
VACON, 0.75CXS4C2I1
Valco, V100B Rev A
Valco, V401D
Valco Cincinati, P/N 155XX095
VALMATEX,
ValueScan, Assy # 4507 P/N 17404
VAMATEX, 0860318
VAMATEX, VX.026
VAN DORNER, 080-2463
VDZ, 2153 12200
VDZ, 2153 12200
VEE-ARC, RICVS-1HP
VEE-ARC, RIVB-3HP
Veeder-Root, 797586-210
VELLEMEN, 1900.0590.71
VICKERS, 2100
Vickers, APS5000
Vickers, CG2000
VICKERS, DBC III
Vickers, DBM-3A
Vickers, DG and DF Series, -40 and -41 Designs
Vickers, DG4S44-01
Vickers, EEA-PAM-118B-30
Vickers, Overhaul Manual
Vickers, V20, V20F-11, V20P-11/12
VICTOR, VDP-96EZ
VIPER, V-950
Visolux, SCU-8
VOLKMANN, M012 AD-1
VORNE, 2005C-H-24-C
W. GESSMANN GMBH, V8/B2 EP/269-10
WAC, EDIST-LC
WAC, TRD-NA1024NW-2211
WAC, VIC-02-28062
WAC, WAC-3800
WAC, WCPU-50
WAC, WDGS-3
WAC, WDPI 121A
WAC, WDPI 121A
WAC, WDPI-13
WAC, WDPI-13
WAC, WDPM-2
WAC, WDTM-16
WAC, WEL650
WAC, WPS48
WAC Data Service, TRD-A2048-1570
WALKER, MSB 3
WARD, C97046
Ward, D101545 Rev-B
WARNER, SC4000
Warner Control Techniques Seco, Q7000
Warner Control Techniques Seco, Q7000
WARNER ELEC, CBC-801-2
WARNER ELEC, MX-2000
WARNER ELECTRIC, M3410-S597
WARNER ELECTRIC, M3410-S597
Warner Electric, Model B161S
Warner Electric, Quadraline 7000
Warner Electric, SE2000
Warner Electric, Seco 2000
Warner Electric, Seco SE 2000
WARRICK, DF
WARRICK, DF
WATLOW, 8LS
WATLOW, 8LS
Watlow, 935A
Watlow, 935A
Watlow, 965
Watlow, 988
Watlow, SERIES 93
Watlow, SERIES 965
Watlow, Series 989 P/N 989A-20FE-JERG
Watlow, Watlow 93
WATT DRIVE, P6000
Weightronix, D47028
WEIGH-TRONIX, D47028
WEIGH-TRONIX, D49731
Weinig, Typ 80968.000
WEIR, SMLC 75R0000
WEMHONER PRESSEN, BF-694-1
Westamp, 33010-1
Westamp, 33026-5
WESTAMP, 34246-705
WESTAMP, A 662
WESTAMP, A721
Westamp, Assy 30059-15
WESTAMP, AW3033
Westamp, P/N 33084-5
WESTINGHOUSE, 235P471H01P2
WESTINGHOUSE, MA7200
Whedco, CMC ICM CMC-2000
Whedco, SFW CMC Imc
WILLETT, 230
Windsor, EC100
WINDSOR, EC100
Windsor, RV23.00
Windsor, RV33.00
Wise, Wise 9-94
WOERNER, 467.541-65
WOLPERT, VDE0113
WORKRITE, 3000
Wyse, Wyse WY-30
Xilia, X915 64+48 I/O
XYCOM, 2500
XYCOM, 4850A
XYCOM, 9487
YAMABISHI,
YAMAHA, XIO39CIA
YAMATEX, K2000 PULSONTIERA REV D
YASKAWA, CIMR-VS-626M T III
YASKAWA, ????
YASKAWA, 506 / p5
YASKAWA, 616G3
YASKAWA, 616G5
YASKAWA, 616GII
YASKAWA, 626MI II
YASKAWA, CACR-05-TF2ER BF
YASKAWA, CACR-1R 44SFB P00 B03
YASKAWA, CACR-IR-151515F
YASKAWA, CACR-IR15SEB
YASKAWA, CACR-IR-44SFBY8
YASKAWA, CACR-SR_-BE_-BY_-BD_
YASKAWA, CACR-SR03SZ1SSY223
YASKAWA, CACR-SR0SZ1SDY230
YASKAWA, CACR-SR15BB1BF
YASKAWA, CACR-SR30SZ1S
YASKAWA, CACR-SR30SZ1SDY230
YASKAWA, CACR-SR44BE12G-E
YASKAWA, CIMR-08AS3
YASKAWA, CIMR-08CS2
YASKAWA, CIMR-08CS3-3
YASKAWA, CIMR-22AS
YASKAWA, CIMR-G3U22P2
YASKAWA, CIMR-G3U22P2
YASKAWA, CIMR-G3U4030+
YASKAWA, CIMR-V7AU2SP5
YASKAWA, CPCR-MR-082GB
YASKAWA, CPCR-MR-CA
YASKAWA, F
YASKAWA, F7 DRIVE
YASKAWA, G3
YASKAWA, HR305
YASKAWA, JANCD-SP17B
YASKAWA, M.F.S.D
YASKAWA, MODEL CACR-SR20BE12G-E
YASKAWA, Model CACR-SR44BE12G-E
YASKAWA, MODEL CIMR-F7U4030
YASKAWA, Model SGDB-60DY109
YASKAWA, P7
YASKAWA, P7
YASKAWA, S2 SERIES
YASKAWA, SGDB-03VDY1
YASKAWA, SGDB-10VDY1
YASKAWA, SGDH-04AE
YASKAWA, SGDH-04AE
YASKAWA, SR02AB1ER-Y82
YASKAWA, SR10BB1CSV114B
YASKAWA, USAMED-30BWZOE
YASKAWA, Varispeed 626MT-II
York International, Unknown
ZED, 101057
ZED, 500014
ZED, 500269
Zentro Elektrik, Type 1o85-20, Nr 3122
Zercom, Zercom Max-Z

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Some of the Circuit board Items we have worked on. We have worked on many other Items and we are in no way limited to what is in this list
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AB, 1336 PLUS
AB, 6157-BEBABZAAZZ
AB, 7100-OBA
AB, CAT 150-A360NB1
AB, CNC CHURCHHILL SHAVER
A-B, CAT.NO. 1771-OBD SERIES C
ABB, 8C413006V002SG3EB
ABB, ABB Veritron
ABB, ACS 140
ABB, ACS 400
ABB, ACS 400
ABB, ACS 500
ABB, TPU2
ABTS Ind,
AC AUTOTECH, P/N UNKNOWN
AC Tech, L12075A-339
AC TECH, MC1000SERIES JMIS751B
AC TECH, MC1000SERIES JMIS751B
AC Tech, Model 1575B
AC Tech, SCF Series
AC Tech / Leeson, MC series / Micro Series
Accu-Coder, 120PPR
Accu-Coder, Model 711
ACCUPLOT,
Accuweb Inc., LED Ultrasonic Amp Bd.
ACMI, TYPE SD17060B
ACMI, TYPE SD17063
ACQUIRE, ACE-716A
ACROCUT,
ACT, 1785/VL700
ACU-RITE, D200
ACU-RITE, VRO 300T
ADEPT, 20300-1119 rev. e
ADEPT, CTJA001
ADEPT TECHNOLOGY, 30356-10000
ADEPT TECHNOLOGY, 30356-10000
ADGO Inc., Type SR 2-3
ADVANCE MOTION CTRL, VE150AH-FD3
Advanced Dynamics, MC-32D and MC33B
Advanced Instrumentation, 96-81111-0000A
Advantage Electronics, 234300
Advantage Electronics, 3018
Advantage Electronics, 493084 Rev D
AEC Inc., A0536808
AEC Inc., A0536808
AEE, A-093
AEG, 2A 500-200
AFA, HDTO
AGFA, GI ATB03 P325-A
Agilent Technologies, HEDM-550x / 560x
AIDA, PT-0210
AIR SYSTEMS, UHR125
AIS, C/D502TP
ALBATROSE, MF8X
ALBRECHT BAUMER, OFS 201 / 202 212 CNC
ALLEN BRADLEY, 1771-0BD/C
Allen Bradley AB, 1000
Allen Bradley AB, 1305
Allen Bradley AB, 1305
Allen Bradley AB, 1305
Allen Bradley AB, 1305-BA04A
Allen Bradley AB, 1334
Allen Bradley AB, 1336
Allen Bradley AB, 1336
Allen Bradley AB, 1336F-BRF50-AA-EN-HASP-L6
Allen Bradley AB, 1336-L4
Allen Bradley AB, 1336-MOD-KB010
Allen Bradley AB, 1336VT
Allen Bradley AB, 1336VT
Allen Bradley AB, 1370 DMM-105
Allen Bradley AB, 1370 DMM-105
Allen Bradley AB, 1370.500V
Allen Bradley AB, 1391
Allen Bradley AB, 1392
Allen Bradley AB, 1392
Allen Bradley AB, 1398-DDM
Allen Bradley AB, 1398-PDM-020
Allen Bradley AB, 160-BA02NPS1P1
Allen Bradley AB, 1745-LP151
Allen Bradley AB, 1746-0B16
Allen Bradley AB, 1746-HSCE2
Allen Bradley AB, 1746-HSCE2
Allen Bradley AB, 1746-NO4I
Allen Bradley AB, 1746-OW16
Allen Bradley AB, 1747-SN
Allen Bradley AB, 1747-SN
Allen Bradley AB, 1771-0AD
Allen Bradley AB, 1771-0AD
Allen Bradley AB, 1771-IXE
Allen Bradley AB, 1784-CP3
Allen Bradley AB, 1791
Allen Bradley AB, 2711P-B12C4D2
Allen Bradley AB, 636800
Allen Bradley AB, 7100
Allen Bradley AB, 7100
Allen Bradley AB, 7100
Allen Bradley AB, 7100 CNC
Allen Bradley AB, 7100-GRA
Allen Bradley AB, 7100-OBA
Allen Bradley AB, 8400
Allen Bradley AB, 8400MP
Allen Bradley AB, 845D-SJDZ25ANFW5
Allen Bradley AB, 8520
Allen Bradley AB, 8520-2SA6
Allen Bradley AB, 8520-AA6
Allen Bradley AB, 86001888C
Allen Bradley AB, 8600SERIES
Allen Bradley AB, 8600SERIES
Allen Bradley AB, 8601
Allen Bradley AB, 8601
Allen Bradley AB, A180NBD
Allen Bradley AB, A-B Cat. No. 86002565K
Allen Bradley AB, A-B Cat. No. 93000082G
Allen Bradley AB, AB0S5680P
Allen Bradley AB, AB-845H-SJDZ34-FWY2-C
Allen Bradley AB, Allen-Bradley Panelview
Allen Bradley AB, Cat No 1391B-AA15
Allen Bradley AB, Cat No 86002641 U
Allen Bradley AB, Cat No. 22A-D8P7N104
Allen Bradley AB, CAT# 8420MRHE
Allen Bradley AB, CAT.NO. 1771-OBD SERIES C
Allen Bradley AB, CATNO: 1746 SERIES
Allen Bradley AB, CATNO:1746-A4 SERIS B
Allen Bradley AB, CATNO:1746-NI4
Allen Bradley AB, CATNO:1747-L531
Allen Bradley AB, FRN 3
Allen Bradley AB, ITP90
Allen Bradley AB, MAX
Allen Bradley AB, Micrologix 1000
Allen Bradley AB, OS8095P
Allen Bradley AB, osai
Allen Bradley AB, OSS200
Allen Bradley AB, P/N 63507302
Allen Bradley AB, P/N 636414
Allen Bradley AB, P/N 636429-90
Allen Bradley AB, PV300
Allen Bradley AB, Series 8200 CNC
Allen Bradley AB, Series 8200 CNC
Allen Bradley AB, SLC150
Allen Bradley AB, SLC-150
Allen Bradley AB, SLC500
Allen Bradley AB, SLC500
Allen Bradley AB, SLC500
Allen Bradley AB, SLC-500
Allen Bradley AB, SLC500TM
Allen Bradley AB,
Allen Bradley AB,
Allen Bradley AB,
Allen Bradley AB Hantrex, 8600
ALLEN SYS., DMT-1
ALLEN-BRADLEY, 1336
ALLEN-BRADLEY, 1745
allen-bradley, 22a-d8p7n104
ALLEN-BRADLEY, A-B CAT. NO. 8410-PSC
ALLEN-BRADLEY, CAT 1391B-AA45
ALLEN-BRADLEY, CAT 1747-L532
ALLEN-BRADLEY, CAT NO. 1746-0A16
ALLEN-BRADLEY, DC DRIVE
ALLEN-BRADLEY, MICROLOGIX 1000
ALLEN-BRADLEY, SMC
ALLSTEEL, K24-D20
ALLSTEEL, MC-01
ALPHA, SC-149
ALTEK,
AMBITECH, SS-430
AMCON, 3A-336-2B-200HP
amd, am27c256 - 200dc
AMERA SEIKI, TC-1
American of Mart., RT480
American Sign and Ind Corp., P/N 86075 and 86076
American Zettler Displays (AZ Displays), ACH1602B
Amicon, FVyC 94V0 SIEI EC5 1378-1
AMP, AMPMODU II
ANALOG DEVICES, AD725
AND, HW-15KA2
ANILAM, 503 / 513
API Controls, P315/P315X
API/LFE Instruments (Triplett Corp), Compack I Controller
Applied Intelligence Corp.,
ARI, 205/605
AROMAT, AFC1520M-US9
AROMAT, AFC1520M-US9
AROMAT, AFP33487
Artex, 802655
Artex,
ASC, ASC B-11164
Asea, YGMM 470/120A
Aseco, Aseco Demo Panel
ASTEC, MVP 4/6
ATC, 305E
ATC, 305E
ATC, 335B 351 A 10 PX
ATC, ATC Pendant
ATC, PFH-4800
Atlantis, TP 701CE and TP 701CSA/UL
ATLAS COPCO, 1900-0700-07
ATLAS COPCO, GA24
ATLAS COPCO,
ATMEL, AT29C010A
ATMEL, AT29C010A
Atmel, T2117
AUTEC, SE502ENG24
AUTEC, SE503ENG23
AUTOMATION,
AUTOMATION DIRECT, D2-16NA
AUTOMATION DIRECT, EZ-S6M-RS
AVATAR, A3Z
AVATAR, A3Z
AXOR, MS060-08/16
az displays, acm1602k
B & R, MDA163-0
B&B ELECTRONICS, 232PCLR
BadgerMeter Inc, PC100
BALDOR, 15H
BALDOR, 15H
BALDOR, 15H
BALDOR, 15H430-E0
BALDOR, 18H
BALDOR, 18H
BALDOR, 18H
BALDOR, 19H
BALDOR, 8 PUK OPT 2
BALDOR, BPS10
BALDOR, BSM80B-275AA
BALDOR, BTS 10
BALDOR, CAT. DBSC1110-AAA
BALDOR, DBSC105-GAAW-3
BALDOR, DBSC1110-GAA0W-2
BALDOR, DBSC1110-GAAW-2
BALDOR, ID15H202-E
BALDOR, IMCSAC33
BALDOR, P/N BQ7030CC
BALDOR, PCB 0140 Rev A
BALDOR, PMC
BALDOR, PMC-2
BALDOR, SERIES 100
BALDOR, SERIES H
BALDOR, UM2-100-SPECIAL
BALDOR, UM2-100-SPECIAL
BALDOR, ZD18H425-E0
BALDOR,
BALDOR,
Baldor Servo Products, SMCC 602090-103
BALESTRINI,
BALESTRINI,
BALESTRINI \ SIRA PROGETTI, PB1
Balluff, BTL2-K2-0302P
BAMATEX, 0860361
BAMATEX,
Banner, 3GA5-14
BAR???, SM-0120
Barber-Coleman, 180
Barber-Coleman, 33-710
Barber-Coleman, 33-743
Barber-Coleman, 8000
Barber-Coleman, 8000
Barber-Coleman, 80AA-11011-000-v-00
Barber-Coleman, 80FB-20003-002-0-00
Barber-Coleman, 80HP-1000-002-0-00
Barber-Coleman,
BARCO, PC 1000
Bardac, Bardac
BARET, P40 OPT2
Barmag, Barmag
BARMAG, BVS-25-75Z
BARMAG, BVS-25-75Z
BAUMELLER, BUM 60-V
BAUMULLER, BMCKR 250/440/6
BAUMULLER, BUM 60-V
BAUMULLER, BUM60
BAUMULLER, BUM617-12/18-31-R-0001-0303-03
BAUMULLER, BUM617-12/18-31-R-0001-0303-03
BAUMULLER, typ BUM60-A-SM-0110-B
BAUMULLER, TYPE BUM60-30/60-31-B-000
Beagler, Beagler
BEAM DYNAMICS, 02-0044-201
Beckhoff, Industry-PC C2001
Beckhoff, Industry-PC C2011
Beckhoff, Industry-PC C2011
Beckhoff, M-1400
BEI, H25D-1800-ABC-4469-SM16
BEI, H25G
BEI, Mod: H25E-F1-SB-2500-ABZC-8830-LED-SC18-5
BENSHAW, BIPCM1CPU
BENSHAW, BIPCRS6AK/BIPCRS6
Benshaw, DCB3
Bentley, CIL86a
Berger LAHR, LS 220450-00-01G
Berger LAHR, LS 220963-00-01A
BERGES, ACI / R
BERGES, ACP6015
BERGES, ACP6015
BERGES, ACP6030-OC
BERGES, D2/S2
Berges Electronic, ACM-D2
BERGESS, CI SINUS-ACI
BERTRONIC / Complett , PRERON-01 preori
Betex, FOUCAULT 38 ESD
BIESSE, ??
BIESSE, TSR68
BIESSE,
BIESSE,
BIRCER, ESD
bircher, esd3-k167
BK, 1686
BLINDART POMEZIA, ALP 150
Bodine, 855
BODINE,
Bodine`, FPM 818
BORMAG ELECTRONICS, CROUZET P/N 81519
Boscert, Model 0L130 3023R and OL130 3001R
Bosch, 038036-5017
BOSCH, 1070056305-114
BOSCH, ALP3
Bosch, Bosch CNC Alpha ALP3
Bosch, Bosch Servo Amp
Bosch, CC100
BOSCH, CC100M
BOSCH, TQF82835
BOSCH, Z15-1-240V
Bosch,
Bosch,
BOSCH,
Boston Fincor, SERIES 2330
BOSTON GEAR, DCX
BOSTON GEAR, DCX-DA 65966
boston gear, rp1
BOSTON GEAR RATIOTROL, DCX202C
Bovone, Rettilinea 000A103
BRANSON, 900 BCA
BRANSON, 900BC
Branson, Branson Sonic Welder
BRASCH, LSS-2A-05
Braun, BRRT28
BRIDGEPORT, VMC1000
BRIDGEPORT, VMC1000
BROWN & SHARPE, PLUS
BROWN &SHARP, ???
BRYANT&YOUNG, ????
BTSR, 64 / I
BTSR, BTSR Smart64H
BTSR, cmp.32
BTSR, SMART 64/I
BURFORD, 2000
Burford, Burford 2000
Burford, Series 2000
BURKLE, DOT. 88
BURKLE, DOT.SOFT 88 PLUS
BURKLE, ODW 1426/30X2
Burton Industries Inc., Mentor
BUSCH, 0025-0100
BUSELLATO, H150
BUTLER, C709
C.M.S., NC-TRIAX-PF/3-2R5
C.M.S., PF/3-R8+RR- A.B. 10/310
CAL CONTROLS, CAL (3300)(9300)(9400)
CAL CONTROLS, CAL (3300)(9300)(9400)
Calgary Drive, 334136
Cardinal,
Cardinal,
CARLO GAVAZZI, FTHA0022701
CARLO GAVAZZI, FTHA0022701
CATIPILLAR, 4225
CCI, CCI
CD AUTOMATIONS, CD3000A
CD UTOMATIONS, CD3000A
CEIP, PN70141.0
CELASCHI, TSA 2B 540.D
CELASCHI, Z 16 L
Celashi, Unknown
CENTROID, PM33
CENTROID, STATE COLLEGE MICRO1 REV 891102
CH PRODUCTS, DT225
CHARMILLES, ROBOFORM20
CHIPS, 82C235
CHROMALOX, 2104
Chromalox/ECS, Model 7810-1-01-20-11-F01
Chubb, 641-6800 Rev B
CHULAR, INC., SYSTEM 4000 CAM PCB
CHX, CHX RS-232 TO RS-485/422 CONVERTER
Cincinati MILACRON, 1565D
Cincinati MILACRON, 3-425-0109A
Cincinati MILACRON, 5003/4/4D
Cincinati MILACRON, 5003/4/4D
Cincinati MILACRON, 6RB20
Cincinati MILACRON, 824894
Cincinati MILACRON, 840068
Cincinati MILACRON, 850SX
Cincinati MILACRON, ASL / 1-PC10
Cincinati MILACRON, CAMAC VST
Cincinati MILACRON,
CINCINATTI MILACRON, MODEL 3-424-1890A
cincinnati, 826873
CINCINNATI, ASSY 828631
Cincinnati Electrosystems, Model 616
CINCINNATI MILACRON, CMO/COLOR/CRT//1-288-0028
Clark, Power Supply
CLEVELAND MACH., 763200057-7/B
Cleveland Machine Controls, P/N FS34060598317734
Cleveland Motion Controls, BMR 4000
CLEVLAND, 9000D
CMC, AO-7281 D
CMC, AO-7281 D
CMC, Aximaster 9000
CMC, MTC800
CMC, SM-100-12A-BEMF59
CMC,
CMS, 656101
CMS, 8610
CMS, 984
CMS, AB 8601
CMS,
CMS,
CNI, 7146.38 GS
CNI, CN-BK-DIG
CNI, CNI NC 481
CNI, RT480
CNI, RT480
CNI, RT483
CNI, VIC800
CNI, VIC800
CNI Informatica, PPE/C
COHERENT, 0503-001-XX
COLUMBIA FOREST, MAX4
Complett / BERTRONIC , PRERON-01 preori
Complett / BERTRONIC , PRERON-01 preori
Complett / Complett BERTRONIC, PRERON-01 preori
Compumotor, Model 301 Indexer
COMPUTER SUPPLY, OL130-3023/4023
COMPUTR PRODUCTS, OL 130-3023/4023
COMPUTRON, 115DMX
COMPUTRON, 115DMX
COMTEC, CQ13042
CONAIR, 209 368 01
Conair Selectronics, 107-479-01-
CONCEPT, CPE
Contec, IRT-16(PC)
CONTEC, SCRADJ
Contrex-Fenner, M-Drive
Contrex-Fenner, M-Trim
CONTROL CONCEPTS, 11466
Control Logic, VAT
CONTROL TECHN., 140 X 14/28
CONTROL TECHNIQUES, 0447-0008
CONTROL TECHNIQUES, 200X25/50
CONTROL TECHNIQUES, 300
CONTROL TECHNIQUES, DIN1220037A
CONTROL TECHNIQUES, DIN1220037A
Control Techniques, FXM4
Control Techniques, SD11 ISS 2 RV2
CONTROL TECHNIQUES, SP1405
CONTROL TECHNIQUES, SP1405
Control Techniques,
Control Techniques,
CONTROL TECHNIQUES,
CONTROL TECHNIQUES,
CONTROL TECHNIQUES,
CONTROL TECHNOLOGY, 901B-2555-A
CONTROLS CORP., 900-01
CONVEL, 32024E/10
COPAR, MDSI-3W
COPAR CORP, 736-498 PCB
COPLEY CONTROLS CORP, 200 SERIES
Copower Technology, V-DRV101
CORPAC,
Crawford Heritage, HSC-5100
Crawford Heritage / dotronix,
CRITTENDEN CONVERSION CORP, BGC BOARD
CTC PARKER AUTOMATION, CTC PARKER AUTOMATION
CUSTOM SERVO, MPA-80-MILL
CUTLER, 9602
CUTLER HAMMER, ???
CUTLER HAMMER,
CUTLER-HAMMER, 1175T PMP 1100
Cutler-Hammer (Eaton), D100
Cutler-Hammer (Eaton), D100
Cuttler-Hammer, No. A10FN0
DAC SYSTEMS, DAM60-06/12-54-B-000
DAINICHI, F45
DAISAN, DC15APL
DANAHER, M4000
DANAHER,
DANFOSS, 175Z4528
DANFOSS, 180
Danfoss, 195H3309
Danfoss, P/N A21201A000 S/N 844222
Danfoss, VLT 3011
DANFOSS, VLT 5000 FLUX
Danfoss, VLT5000
Dart Controls, Dart Controls 250G
Dart Controls Inc., Model #510-10RC
DATA RAY, 8000291
DATA SYSTEMS, ME-961EZ
DATA TORQUE, DT25-500-50/5-FR-03-397
DATAMAX, BA-03.02
Dayton, Mod. 4Z829A
dbi, 30000354
De Giorgi, De Giorgi PC Board
DECATUR, PSK 11
DEIMO, 1033
DEIMO, CS 1430/1
Deimotion Full Digital Drives, Unknown
Delavan, Assy No 43554
DELL, B2F7J01
DELTA, 021-0018
DELTA, VFD-B
DELTA, VFD-B
DELTA, VFD-H
delta, vfd-m
DELTA TAU DATA SYSTEMS, MODEL PMAC-LITE 56002
DELTONA, 021-0018
DELTRON, 11589XA
DELTRONIX, MODEL 10607XF
DGF, 52400010
DIANA, EM3
Diebold, 10
Diebold, 31-018835-000N
Diebold, 31-019477-000A
DIEBOLD, 41-014412-000A
DIEBOLD, 41-014412-000A
Diebold, 48-021204-0-00
Diebold, 49-002731-0-00-B
Diebold, 49-007109
Diebold, 49-007445-000A
Diebold, VAT 21
Diebold, VAT 23
Diebold, VAT 7
Diebold,
DIEBOLD INC., 00-013544-000A
DIEMO, 1144.192.93
DIEMO, CS/307/5
DIEMO, CS/307/5
DIEMO, CS124016
DIEMO, CS1314/4
DIEMO, Diemo CS 1284/3 PCB
DIEMO, FOX106 fox107
DIEMO, STY3
DIGITAL CONTROL SYS., 1294.1
DIGITAL ELECTRICAL CORP, GP 430-EG11
DIGITEMP, MODEL RCF8000-12-0-01-22-7-2-3
DIGITRONIC,
DINEMA, 1315B
DINEMA, 1824
Dinema, 2020 and 2030
DINEMA, 423C
DINEMA, 828A
Dinema, AC Runner 1010`
DINEMA, AZ RUNNER 1000
Dinema, DAB-S1 45200000T
Dinema, FDU-2
Dinema, Goal 400
Dinema, Goal RISC
Dinema, IRT
Dinema, PCB 1027/A PCB1070
Dinema, PCB 1078C
Dinema, PCB 1106/18
Dinema, PCB 1315B/1
Dinema, PCB 1751
Dinema, PCB 1757A/1
Dinema, PCB 1783/1
Dinema, PCB 1799/1
Dinema, PCB 1804B
Dinema, PCB 1804B
Dinema, PCB 1804C
Dinema, PCB 1804C/1
Dinema, PCB 1807/1
Dinema, PCB 1824/1
Dinema, PCB 423/435
Dinema, PCB 440B
Dinema, PCB 558A
Dinema, PCB 560/2
Dinema, PCB 772/1
Dinema, PCB 774A PCB
Dinema, PCB 774A2
Dinema, PCB 828A
Dinema, PCB 828A/6
Dinema, PCB 904
Dinema, PCB 905A
Dinema, PCB 910
Dinema, PCB 910/5
Dinema, PCB 913
Dinema, PCB 926A/2
Dinema, PCB 928
Dinema, PCB 928/1
Dinema, PCB 930A
Dinema, PCB 930A/1
Dinema, PCB 931B/8
Dinema, PCB 936B/1
Dinema, PCB 937B/1
Dinema, PCB 941B
Dinema, PCB 941B/2
Dinema, PCB 942
Dinema, PCB1001
Dinema, PT 156
DIRECT LOGIC, D4-430
DIRK, LM324
DIRK, LM393
Display Technologies Div, Inc., DS3000-355A
DIVO, M994239
DOBLIN, SC-3
DOLD IND., B05988
Doran, Model 7000 Scale
Dotronix, Dotronix
DOTRONIX, P/N 5099301026
Dover Flexo Electronics Tension Equipment, Model TI-8
DRC, C25FE45B06
DRC, TK730
DRIVE CONTROL SYSTEMS, VERSION 3.2
DROPSA, 1639068
DSI, NC-2400
DTD SYS.,
Dukane Ultrasonic, Dukane Ultrasonic
DURANT, 2000
DURANT, 2000
DURANT, 5886-8400
DURANT, ECLIPSE SERIES577OX-48X
DURANT, ECLIPSE SERIES577OX-48X
DURANT, PRESIDENT SERIES
DURANT, series 1610
DURANT, Series 1610
DURANT, Series 1800 Counter
DURANT, Series 1900+D232
DURANT, SERIES 2000
DURANT, SERIES 2000
Dyer, AHIBA 1000
DYNAMATIC,
DYNAMIC RESEARCH CORP., 153/121-1`250-18CBR
Dynamics Research Corp, P/N HD2S10E1B6S0-1024
DYNAPATH, ????????
DYNISCO, MPR 690
DYNISCO, PR690
E.C.S., 7300
EAGLE, ?????
Eagle, P/N CT531A6
EAGLE, PC1132
Eagle,
EASON TECH., A03
East Texas Integrated Circuits, ET9561
EASY, UNI2402
EATON, 58827-400
EATON, S801T24N3S
Eaton Corp, Model 4050
Eaton Corp., 15-500-2
Eaton Corp., Model 4050
ECCI, 208
EDDINGBROOK, J4684
EDM, MDR 90205
EFI Systeme, CMC16 FS
EFKA, EFKA PCB
EG&G Torque Systems, 80DM-1000-5LCT
EGAN, 435339
EI.GE., P/N BA002B
ELCIS, V58S-1500-5-BZ-N-VS-01
ELCIS, V58S-1500-5-BZ-N-VS-01
ELCO, 8943
Elco, PS-3
ELECTRO-CRAFT, BRU-200/500
ELECTRO-CRAFT, BRU-200/500
ELECTRO-CRAFT, DM-20
ELECTRO-CRAFT, IQ 2000/5000
ELECTRO-CRAFT, PDM-30
Electrohme Display Technologies Div, Inc., DS3000-355A
Electronic Counters and Controls, Model MWP1168 Positioning Controller
ELECTRONICA INDUSTRIALE, IBDM02270AHE0RS40
ELECTRONIK,
ELECTROSTAT, 1060-7
ELECTROSTAT, 225
ELETTROMECCANICA, 042609
Elgo Electric, P99
Eltex, KNH 34
Eltex, R130A/R131A
EMCO, PCB435
EMERSON, FX-455
Emerson, P/N X615163-100 S/N ER
EMERSON, PN2400-8001
EMERSON, SPECTRUM
EMERSON ELCT, SPECTRUM II
EMS, CIMR-G3U-47P5
EMS, CIMR-G3U-47P5
EMS, Model P5U-47P5+
EMS, PC3-23P7
EMS, PC3-23P7
ENCODER PRODUCTS, 2250-11-0100-OC-N-Y-S
ENERCON,
EPC, 225Q
Epsilon, cod. 1746
ERC, ERC
ERHARDT, CV. 0203
ERN, ERN 1387.001-2048
ES, ES9700.2E.RE9800
ESA, ESA KVARA
ESA, PWR020.002
ESA, TRIA7500
ETA, WRP24SX
ETAL, 2000
ETAL, ETAL1000/ETAL2000
ETHERNET CO ANALOG Y2K, E168MB
EUCHNER, TZ1LC110PG-R
EUCHNER, TZ1LC110PG-R
Eumig,
EUROTHERM, 584S
EUROTHERM, 584S
EUROTHERM, 590SP
EUROTHERM, 808
EUROTHERM, 808/847
EUROTHERM, 810
EUROTHERM, SSD 583
Eurotherm Drives, 590SP
EZAN, Art. EZMARSR14ABDQ
FADAL, 1010-1A
FADAL, 1030-0
FADAL, 1030-1C
FADAL, MODEL 903-1
FADAL,
Fadal / Glentek,
Fadis S.P.A., DMSC 6
FAGOR, 800T
FAGOR, 800T
FAGOR,
Fagor,
FAGOR,
Fagor Automation, Model ECM2-L1-D
Fairbanks, Model H90-5200
Fairbanks,
FAIRCHILD, CA532A
FAIRCHILD, CA532A
FANUC, ???
FANUC, ?????????
FANUC, 0-MATE
FANUC, 10/100
FANUC, 16/18/160/180
FANUC, 18-C
FANUC, 1C610MDL180A
FANUC, 90-70
FANUC, A02B-0163-C341
FANUC, A02B-02222-C071 / cd14jbs(Okuma?)
FANUC, A068-6047-H208
FANUC, A06B-0147-B675
FANUC, A06B-6044-H007
FANUC, A06B-6047-H003
FANUC, A06B-6047-H040
FANUC, A06B-6050-H102
FANUC, A06B-6050-H103
FANUC, A06B-6050-H104
FANUC, A06B-6050-H104
FANUC, A06B-6050-H401
FANUC, A06B-6055-H112
FANUC, A06B-6055-H208
FANUC, A06B-6057-H005
FANUC, A06B-6059-H002
FANUC, A06B-6076-H101
FANUC, A06B-6079-H209
FANUC, A06B-6087-11126
FANUC, A06B-6090-H006
FANUC, A06B-6090-H006
FANUC, A06B-6090-H006
FANUC, A06B-6090-H00B
fanuc, a06b-6093-h151
FANUC, A06B-6096-H207
FANUC, A06B-6096-H207
FANUC, A06B-6114-H211
FANUC, A08B-0082-0002
FANUC, A14B-0061-B001
FANUC, A14B-0061-B002-02
FANUC, A14B-0061-B103
FANUC, A14B-0076-B106-01
FANUC, A16B-1010-005
FANUC, A16B-1010-0210/07D
FANUC, A16B-1010-0210/07D
FANUC, A16B-1010-0286/15B
FANUC, A16B-1010-0321/03A
FANUC, A16B-1210-0510-01
FANUC, A16B-1210-0560-01
FANUC, A16B-1211-0850
FANUC, A16B-1211-097
FANUC, A16B-1211-097
FANUC, A16B-1212-0871
FANUC, A16B-1212-0901
FANUC, A16B-1212-0901/20C900663
FANUC, A16B-1310-0010-01
FANUC, A16B-1600-0090/04B
FANUC, A16B-2200-012
FANUC, A16B-2202-0860
FANUC, A20B-0001-0170
FANUC, A20B-0008-0200.17F
FANUC, A20B-1000-0940/03B
FANUC, A20B-1001-0160
FANUC, A20B-1003-0120/02A
FANUC, A61-0001-0093
FANUC, A61L-0001-0086
FANUC, A860-0300-T002 2500P
FANUC, A860-0301-T002 2500P
FANUC, A860-0304-T112-2500P
FANUC, A860-0304-T113 3000P
FANUC, A860-0315-T102 2500P
FANUC, A860-0346-T141
FANUC, A860-0365-T101
FANUC, A86L-0001-0172
FANUC, AO2B-0236-D831/A
FANUC, AO6B-6044-H016
FANUC, AO6B-6044-H112
FANUC, AO6B-6089-HXXX
fanuc, c series
FANUC, Fanuc A320-1600-T029/03 PCB and A16B-1600-0090/04B
FANUC, JNC-I35/C165
FANUC, MDS-B-CVE-55
FANUC, PSM-5.5
FANUC, SERIES 15
FANUC, SL150
FANUC, TQF80799
FANUC, TYPE 105B-2301-C360
FANUC, TYPE A06B-0236-B821
FANUC,
FANUC,
FANUC,
FANUC,
FANUC,
FAR SYS., DAC510
FAR SYS., DPC500
FAR SYSTEMS, DAC510
FAR SYSTEMS, MOD500
FAR SYSTEMS, RIO1600AF-7TCI/03.03
FAR SYSTEMS, TFB500
FAR SYSTEMS, TO12257
Farb Duktor, TYR 30C
Fargo Electronics, 210087
FAST TRACK, RSC4/7
Fchlafhorft Electronics, 138-650-211Fb
FCI, 12-64-4
FEEDMASTER, 1027
FERROCONTROL, TYPE ACHSREQELCONTROLLER SO2-20-1E
FESTO, 00207
FESTO, E.SFS-1/682
Fife, CDP-01
FIFE, CDP-01
FIL CONTROL, XC2-FA
Fincor, 2200
Fincor, 2200
Fincor, 2330
Fincor, 3120M
FINCOR, 3135
FINCOR, 3135
FINCOR, 3135
FIREYE, MICROM
FIREYE, MICROM
Fletcher Ind., MS104300 Rev 1.30
FLEX SAFE, FLEX SAFE
FLUKE, 110,111,112
FMC, 61602
FMC, WS-20
FMC CORP., WS-20
FORMENTI, Y0F91454
FRABA, LP634D
FRABA, SSI
FRENIC, 5000V2
Frenostat,
Frenostat,
FREQROL, A200
Fritz Kubler, 8.5820.1Y1W.2500.003
Fritz Kubler Gmbh, 8.5820.1y1w.2500.0003
FRIULMAC, FU213
FUJI, 3NC4Q0#22
FUJI, 5000
FUJI, 5000G9S/P9S-EN
FUJI, 5000M3
FUJI, 5000M3
FUJI, 5000V2
FUJI, 5000V2
FUJI, 5000V2
FUJI, 5000V2
FUJI, 5000V2
FUJI, 5000V2
FUJI, 5000V2
FUJI, 5000V2
FUJI, 500G9S/P9S-EN
FUJI, 6MBI150FB-060
FUJI, 6MBI150FB-060
FUJI, 920101-0
FUJI, AF-300
FUJI, AF-300 G11
FUJI, DSRCOMPACT FSD-15DN23
FUJI, DSRCOMPACT FSD-15DN23
FUJI, FMD-5AN-21
FUJI, FRENIC 5000V2
FUJI, FRN005M3-21
FUJI, JNC-35/45
FUJI, PXV4
fuji, pxz5
FUJI, PXZ5
FUJI, RYG-50HA-RP
FUJI,
Fuji Electric, FSD-15AR-22A
FUJI ELECTRIC, FVR1-5E95-7EN
FUSION, F450T
FUSION SYSTEMS, VPS
FUSION UV,
G & L, 501-03201-01
g&l, dsm175
G&L Electronics, 501-03367-00
GAI-Tronics Corp., 701/723
Galeen Display Sys, 304MB002
Galil, DMC-1414
GALIL, DMC-1414
GALIL, DMC-720
GE, 3029
GE, 44A717111-015
GE, 531X
GE, 550MPM
GE, 5Y3-GT
GE, 6V15F3613
GE, EV-100
GE, IC693MDL940H
GE, MC2000
GE, PQMII
GE, VA-4
GE FANUC, 1C610MOL182A
GE FANUC, 1C693UDR001RP1
GE FANUC, 90-10
GE FANUC, HE6930IU057F-33
GE Fanuc, IC800SS104S1-CE
GE Fanuc, IC800SSD104S1-CC
GE FANUC, VA-5
GEC ALSTHOM, CMS2
GEFRAN, 7169-7994
GEIGER,
GER, LOTO / SC
GERAL SULLAIR, 02250050.761
GERBER, AP300
Gercom, Type Gercom /3R 12
Gercom, Type Gercom/3r 12"
Getty,
Getty,
GGT, C100
GGT (Gerber Garment Tech), D50520
GGT (Gerber Garment Tech) , 052719051
GGT (Gerber Garment Tech) , GGT Assy #071271004
GGT (Gerber Garment Tech) -Niebuhr, GGT
GIDDINGS & LEWIS, 3300/3400
GIDDINGS AND LEWIS, CENTURION DSM175
GIDDINGS& LEWIS, 502 03605 00R2
GIDDINGS&LEWIS, PLC 900
GLENTEK, GA370
GLENTEK, GA4567
GLENTEK, GA4567P
GLENTEK, Model SMA7130, SMA71075, SMA71100
GLENTEK, SMA8710
GLOBAL EQUIP.,
GOLDLINE, BDS5
GORING KERR, TK 7902
Graco, Model 226-819
GRACO, RS-485 PORT
Graphics Sprayer Control, P/N 3830002/gg01-A
Graseby Controls, Softron
Graseby Controls, Softron
GRECO, INV2707
GRECO, INV2707
Grecon, 56783 I/O-KARTE Rev 2
GRECON,
GREYFIELD / MOSLER / HAMILTON AIR, 3002-X
GSE, GSE 500
H & L, 240
HAAS AUTOMATION, 32-3200PCB ASSY
HABOR, ISO 9001
HALMAR, 125P-FK2
HALMAR, 3P-48120-CL-D
HAMEL, 731655-802526
HAMILTON AIR, 5006
HANS SACHS, PS72
HAR.& COVIN,, AL-RU-5000CE
HARMONIC DRIVE SYSTEMS, HA-320-5 AND S-87-S
HARNISCHFEGER, A-SERIES
Harosyn, 11BRW-300-C-10/5
Harowe Servo, 11BRW-300-M-10B
Harper Corp, P/N 1328665-1
HARTMANN, 580633.005
HAUSER, VDE0160
Hayssen, 10717A0093
Hayssen, 10717A0093
HBM,
HEESEMANN, VM-04-111001
Heesemen, Typ BE1140-HEE.FGA1
Heesman, SV1140-24B
HEIDENHAIN, 339 918-02
HEIDENHAIN, G71B
Heidenhain, P/N 329990.28
Heidenhain, Rod 1424.003-500
Heidenhain, Rod 320.002-1250
Heidenhain, Rod 426
Heidenhain, ROD431.001-1024
HEIDENHAIN, W0397
HEIDENHIEN, EQN1325
Heidinhein Press, 81.186.5434
HEINEN ELECTRONIK, BM-1 063425-1.0-000
HENREDON,
Heritage Crawford , HSC-5100
Heritage Crawford / dotronix,
HESH,
HESH,
HESMAN/GERCOM,
Heynau Ramstettor, ES24-S
HILLROM, M27C256B-90B1
HITACHI, 33016133-4
HITACHI, BSM-7A
HITACHI, HFC-VWA
HITACHI, HFC-VWG 2554987546
HITACHI, HFC-VWS
HITACHI, HFC-VWS2
HITACHI, INO-12
HITACHI, J100 022SFE2
HITACHI, JH300 16LF2SR
HITACHI, L300LP SERIES INVERTER
HITACHI, L300P
HITACHI, PFM 132-CHS
HITACHI, SCEN3-4212
HITACHI, WWCNT-V
HITECH, LED
HOCKING, QUICKCHECK
hohner, 1-905-560-4924
HOHNER, 1-905-563-4924
HOHNER, AB/02/STA/001
HOHNER, BS193/500
HOHNER, BS1930
HOHNER, K66C4A1
HOHNER, PL01230.02/1000
Hohner, Type # 4342/0AAA
HOLZMA, HPL11/38/16
HOLZMA, HPL11/38/16
HOMATIC, MINI CPU
HONEYWELL, 7800
HONEYWELL, R4140L
HONEYWELL, R7795A
HONEYWELL, R7795A,B,C,D
HONEYWELL, R7795B
HONEYWELL, RA890G
HONEYWELL, RM 7800 Series
HONEYWELL, SLP122B46-54-003
HONEYWELL, T775E
HONEYWELL, UDC2000
HORSTMANN,
Hortsman Statomat, Type B2345/25
Hottinger-Baldwin,
HP, 6236B
HP, HP476
HUBNER, OG 71
HURCO, LVD
HUSKY, 62X09
HUSKY, 72045
HUSKY,
HUSKY GROUP, 62 X 05
HYPERTHERM INC, HD1070
HYUNDAI, J100 015LF2
I R, 39807532
IBH, 992385
ICE, 2511303
IDC, B8961
IDC, S6002
IDC,
IDM, G3U
ie, ie Controller
ie, ie Controller
IE, SSI

Machine won't go into Auto Mode

I had a client call today that had a Bethel laminate press that they had moved from one factory to it's current location. They had everything back together, and it would work fine if you manually controlled it, but would not go to automatic mode when the operator told it to.

It's controlled by an Allen Bradley SLC 5/03 PLC. The first thing I thought of was a safety interlock connection was not being made.

You see, usually when an Automatic Mode is available, there are checks that the PLC makes to be certain that everything is up and running correctly before it will take full control.

So I fired up RSLogix500 and connected to the PLC. I downloaded a copy of the program off the PLC to the laptop and went online so I could monitor it as it was running.

I told the operator to press the 'auto mode' button so I could see where that input was coming into the PLC, and when I located it, I was also able to isolate the required items needed for it to go into auto mode.

I could immidiately tell that one of the needed inputs never lit up. A quick look at the machine schematics told me that that particular input was for the "Cycle Start" pushbutton. I asked the operator to toggle it so I could see if it did actually trigger the input, and low and behold, it did NOT. hmmm. Wiring problem, I bet.

So I traced the wires from the button to the PLC input module and noticed that when they had re-wired the cabinet during the re-installation, they had broken the connection from the button to the PLC. the wire was hooked up to the wrong point on a distrobution block and couldn't make the connection to the PLC.

So I moved the wire. the cycle start pushbutton started to work, so we tested the auto mode.

It worked like a charm.

The maintinance staff had worked on it for days, and didn't notice the miswired connection. They didn't have the tools to go online with the PLC and watch it operate in realtime, so they couldn't tell what was going wrong.

Chalk one up to experiance, and having the correct tools for the job.

Encoder Repair

Having problems with your encoder? Losing production time? Call REA Technologies today and we can address your problem. REA Technologies has the capability to go to component level on some encoders, replacing a driver ic rather than the encoder itself. And at a fraction of the cost. If REA can't repair your encoder our parts department will source you a replacement. As all of you know there will come a time when the original encoder can't be found. Don't worry, REA can most often spec out another manufacturer that will replace your old one at an afforadable cost. Some of the encoder manufacturers we have dealt with are:

Encoder Products Accu-Coders
Heidenhain
Fanuc
Allen Bradley
BEI
Yaskawa
Danaher
Baumer
Sick
Turck
Mitsubishi
Tamagawa
WAC
Mitutoya
Siemens
Hohner
Lika
Elcis
Dynapar
Stegman
Motion Control Devices
DRC
Red Lion
Renco
US Digital
API Harowe
Acu-Rite
Anilam
Fagor
Durant
Dynamic Research
Fritz Kubler
Sanyo Denki
Reliance Electric
Indramat
Kollmorgen
CMC
Balluff
Numerik
Euchner
Elmac
Encoder Technology
Nordson
Veeder-Root

Of course there are more but these are off the top of my head. Whether your encoder is absolute of incremental, custom or generic, REA can take care of it, saving you money and downtime. Call us today, let us show you what REA Technologies can do for you.

You want what on a Sunday?

Sunday morning with over 10,000 gallons of product that needs to be bottled now is not the time to have a machine fail. Not mention when you have only one production line and any failure stops all production for the entire facility.


Sunday morning.

Where do you get parts on a Sunday morning!? Not belts, chains, fuses, pipes or general electrical parts, but 15HP 440V Inverters.

Sunday Morning!!!! 10,000 gallons of product will have to dumped by the time any vender opens on Monday!!!!

Hold on take a breath, don’t panic now. Pick up the phone, call (828) 397-6050. You got people. People who have been there done that.

After looking into the error that was shutting their bottling line down I found an Inverter that was faulting out with an over current error. Not being sure what we had in stock for inverters I pulled the drive out and took it back to the shop with me. Unfortunately we did not have it in stock. But my flexibility gives me an edge over other field technicians. I can fix to the component level. So I got the original drive out and put it on the bench and pulled it apart and started doing some standard repairs for these drives. After completing those I found other issues and corrected those. I was then able to return to the customer site, reinstall the inverter and correct a few other issues.

The customer was up and running by daylight Monday, and did not have to dump the 10,000 gallons of product in the holding tanks, which they would have had to do if they had to wait for a drives ditrbutor to open up Monday morning. This could have been worse if it were to happen on a Friday night and the customer didn't call us in. The product would have been lost and nearly 72 hours of production time could have been lost. But with REA in your corner you have 24/7 service to keep down time to a minimum


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Tuesday, March 10, 2009

REA Technologies, Inc. builds Baseball Pitch Speed Interface Board

Back in the early part of 2004, our local minor league baseball team, the Hickory Crawdads, replaced their score board with the modern LED score board. The old Light Bulb Score Board had an area that displayed the Baseball Pitch Speed in miles-per-hour format. They wanted to keep the Radar Gun Baseball Pitch Speed Display, but the new score board did not have this option. So they asked REA TECHNOLOGIES,INC if we could design and build a Radar Gun interface based around their original Radar Gun, TRIAC Driver PCB, and Light Bulb Panel. They also stipulated that they wanted to use fiber optic communications from the Radar Gun to the Light Bulb Panel.

I started out by studying the communications format of the Radar Gun. I found that its protocol was RS232. I wrote a Microsoft Visual Basic program so that I could display the output of the Radar Gun communications on a Computer Monitor. We found that when a ball was thrown towards the Radar Gun, it would display the speed as 00045. This would translate to 45mph.

I then reverse engineered the Light Bulb Panel and the TRIAC Driver PCB. This was done so that I could design the Hardware Interface PCB for these two units. When the research was done, I designed the Hardware Interface PCB around the Microchip PIC16F876 microcontroller. I chose this microcontroller because it supports the RS232 communications protocol and had plenty of program memory for this application. Once the hardware was designed and built, I started working on the microcontroller program code. The program code translates the Radar Gun's acquired speed (for example,00045) to the patterns required to fire the correct TRIACS to turn on the light bulbs and display the baseball's pitch speed (for example 045). The code has garbage collection routines written so that spurious data does not get displayed on the Light Bulb Panel.

Lastly, I built an RS232 to Fiber Optic Converter so that we could transmit the Radar Gun's output to the Hardware Interface PCB. The fiber-optic cable runs underground around the perimeter of the ball field, so I had to choose fiber-optic transmitters and receivers that would go the distance. This was crucial because signal degradation would occur if the transmitters and receivers signal distance parameters were less than the required distance. And thus corrupting the communication signal.

When we got the hardware installed at the ball field and fired it up, it was tested with a few good throws across home plate. Good Good.

Flexability. What you can do when you dont think inside the box

Just a quick run through of the machines I have repaired in the last year.

AASA
Aida
Amada HFA-700
ASC Machine tools
ATP
Awea
AXYS 6000
Balestrini MIA PO 1136
Berges
Biesse Rover 336
Biesse Rover 346
Bobst
Boucherie TM-2RCNC
Brandt Optimat K066
Brother TC-211
Busellato Jet4002 XL
Busellato smaster h-150
Cefla Easy 2000
Celaschi
Cincinnati Saber 750
Citizen F20
Citizen L16
Citizen L20
CMS NCPF1
CMS NCPF102
CMS PF R4
CMS PF112-R4CU-RR-HMRR
Crawford Concept
Daewoo 10HC
Daewoo ACE-H100
Daewoo Puma TT1500SY
Deawoo 12L-B
Digital Tool
DoAll
Doosan Puma TT1500SY
Fadal 914-15
Fadal VMC-15
Flader 300/VS
Heesemann
HH Roberts
Hitachi H-cut2030Q
Hitachi Seiki Hi tech turn 25S
Holzma HPL33/38/22
Hymmen
IMA
INDUSTRIAL TIMBER TECHNOLOGY LTD Pallet nailer
Japack
Kapp AS-305-T
Kataka
Kearny & Trecker
Kira KV-3MC
Komo
Komo Protec Excel4016TC
Koppers
KRB Machinery
Lucas Horizontal mills
Makino MC65
Mayer PS9Z
Mazak 18MS MkII
Mazak AJV 35/60
Mazak PFH-4800
Mazak QT15N
Mazak QT18N
Mazak slant 40N
Mazak SQT 18M
Mazak v-414
McNight
Miyano BNE-34S
Mori Seiki MV40
Mori Seiki NV5000
Mori Seiki SL1
Mori Seiki SL-2H
Mori Seiki SL4
Nardini
Oberlin
Okuma LNC-8
Okuma MC-4VA
Onsrude hot press
Premier 540-2
Rosso
RYE Qmaxi3015
Rye qm2512
Samco
Selco NWA
Shoda Maxim
Shoda NC516PSU-2126
Star VNC-20
Sun Tools
Takatori Intech
Takumi
Techno Isel
TM Opti-Kap 3002
Torwegge
Unimack
Unique Machine & tool / Jenkins
Unison Breeze
United die cutter
VanDorn 250
Victor V-center 4
Wadkins CA12009
Weeke BP-12
Wemhoner
Wista WS160V
Wista WSK1060
Wista WSM160
Wotan B105-MNC


Plus some custom built machines by builders who have gone out of business or were built by the customer them selves but the engineer is longer with them

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(828) 397-6050

Powers Process Controls "535 Process Controller" and Building Test Equipment

Here at REA Technologies,Inc., we are sometimes tasked to build test equipment in order to complete a repair.

Recently I was given an Powers Process Controls "535 Process Controller" used in the production of furniture. It was not certain whether the controller was at fault, or the problem was somewhere else in the machine. So a complete test of the 535 Process Controller was requested.

According to the machine prints supplied by the customer, One input labeled "DELIVERY" required a J-Type Thermal Couple input. I satisfied this input with a Thermal Couple we had in bench stock. Two other inputs were labeled +RSP/-RSP and +PLATTEN/-PLATTEN. These two inputs were 0 to 20mA inputs. To satisfy these two inputs, I designed and built a variable milli-amp source. The milli-amp source was controlled by a potentiometer, so that I could set the proper milli-amp current for the 535 Process Controller's inputs.

Without satisfying the three inputs, the 535 Process Controller would power up with RSP, PV1, and PV2 alarms. These alarms would stop the process controller from continuing and prevent further testing.

With the Thermal Couple and my milli-amp source, I was able to test all the Inputs as well as control the functions of the Outputs. The 535 Process Controller functioned normally. One of our field technicians went back with the unit and found the actual cause of the problem in the machine. He performed the necessary repairs and got the customer's machine running again.

FANUC I/O PCB, Type A20B-1001-0550/058

Recently I worked on a FANUC I/O PCB, Type A20B-1001-0550/058 from a company in Nevada. Upon initial inspection I found the 6.3AMP fuse (designated F2) was blown and the fuse holder was destroyed. Traces were blown off the pcb in the vicinity of a FANUC Hybrid Module Part Number NFZ2BC6WO (designated DVA04). And the NFZ2BC6WO Hybrid Module was scorched on one side. As I was going through the pcb in search of other problems, I also found an MB74LS240 IC (designated IC7) with a shorted pin 18. This pin drives one of the inputs to the Hybrid Module at position DVA04. In addition to this the Hybrid Module Input Enable circuit had two PNP Transistors that were shorted. This board was hit hard. Luckily, though, the control logic section was intact, as I was able to power up the pcb, and found life in this area. And no IC was drawing a large current and getting hot.

Before I fixed any of the found problems, I had to determine if the NFZ2BC6WO FANUC Hybrid Module was serviceable. I reverse engineered the Hybrid Module connections on the pcb to find the inputs and outputs. From this and consultation with our lead engineer, we determined that the outputs were TRIAC based. And the inputs were Opto-Coupled. I removed the suspect Hybrid Module, and set up a test circuit. The Hybrid module passed our test. It survived the explosion.

Inside the 6.3A fuse holder (F2) is a blown fuse switch. This switch was melted. One side of the switch goes to a red LED (designated LED3) that indicates a blown fuse when illuminated. The other side of the switch is tied to IC7's ground. What appears to have happened is that when the fuse blew (due to external circumstances), the Higher Voltage arced over to the fuse-blown switch and travelled into IC7 through the ground. The trace between the fuse-blown switch and IC7's ground was blown off the pcb.

I removed and replaced the shorted IC and Transistors. I repaired the blown traces and re-installed the Hybrid Module. And I replaced the fuse holder and installed a new fuse to fix the FANUC I/O PCB. I then tested the other TRIAC Hybrid Modules good as well as the Hybrid Module Input Enable circuit.

We shipped the FANUC I/O PCB back to the customer and when they received it they installed it in their machine. Afterwards, they gave us a call to let us know that it was working and they were very pleased.

Parker Compumotor ZETA6104 Indexer/Drive

Our lead field technician brought in a Parker Hannifin Corporation Compumotor ZETA6104 Indexer / Drive that the customer said had been functioning strangely. The ZETA6104 was used in a tool changer application. After disassembling the ZETA6104 and finding no obviously damaged components, I applied 120VAC to the line input. The control voltage power supply did not come up. It appears that the customer’s description of “functioning strangely” was due to the +5VDC power supply starting to fail. And when I tested the ZETA6104, the power supply had given up entirely.

After fixing the power supply, our lead engineer downloaded and saved the ZETA6104’s Program Initialization Data and Tool Changing Program to a laptop computer. This being done on the chance it could be lost in the future and require re-loading.

To test the ZETA6104 in this application, I built an interface board to simulate the machine I/O functions. Our lead engineer studied the tool changer program code to figure out how to properly sequence the inputs to simulate the machine. With the interface board I completely tested the ZETA6104 as if it were running in the machine. The ZETA6104 passed all the tests.

The field technician installed the ZETA6104 Indexer / Drive at the customer site and it performed without error.

Schleicher PROMODUL-U PLC Rack

A customer sent us a Schleicher PROMODUL-U PLC Rack from a Burkle Hot Press. The UNG 230 Power Supply was inoperable. We disassembled the power supply and found two burnt resistors in the Switch Mode Power Supply MOSFET circuit. The resistors had burnt open and the color code was charred. So determining the resistor value had to be found another way. I also found that the two MOSFET’s in the switching circuit were shorted. I reverse engineered (drew a schematic) of this circuit so that we could determine what the purpose and Ohmic value of the burnt resistors were. This would allow us to replace them with the proper resistance values. And in the process of reverse engineering, I tested the other components involved in the Switch Mode Power Supply circuit. I found that the Current Mode PWM IC was inoperable. I replaced the bad IC and shorted MOSFET’s. And through the reverse engineering process found that the burnt resistors were in the source to bus-ground connection of the MOSFET, and used for current sense feed back to the Current Mode PWM IC. From this knowledge we were able to replace the resistors with the correct values.

I performed the initial power up with the UNG 230 removed from the PROMODUL-U PLC Rack so that I could test the +5VDC and +24VDC output voltages at its edge connector. I gradually loaded the +5VDC output with an external resistor, eventually drawing 5 Amps from the UNG 230 Power Supply Unit. The +5VDC and +24VDC outputs maintained excellent regulation with no voltage ripple.

The UNG 230 Power Supply Unit performed excellently in the PROMODUL-U PLC Rack.

Monday, March 9, 2009

We need it NOW!

I remember during my days of being a plant manager and when we had a machine go down, the urgency in which we needed that machine back up and running. It never fails that the machine that breaks is the one with the back log of work. Or it always has the emergency order for your customer.
When that machine breaks, what do you do?
In February we had a customer call us from the mid-west and their main woodworking press went down. They did the best they could to find the problem and traced it to the electronic rack. It was at that point that they called REA Technologies. They shipped the rack next day air to us. Once it arrived we put our best technicians to work finding the problem. We reviewed 27 different electronic boards, found several problems within those boards, and had it repaired and ready to ship back within 24 hours. The customer received it back within 3 days of their initial phone call to REA and was back up and operational with the press.
At REA Technologies we understand the importance of getting you equipment operational as soon as possible. We are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We are always there to help with your machine emergencies.

Don't Shock Your Chips!

Did you know that walking across nylon carpet can generate up to 4kv of static electricity? Walking across a vinyl floor can generate up to 12kv. These voltages are extremely harmful in the world of electronicsand electronic repair. If you carry a circuit board loaded with TTL chips across carpet you have most likely fried them all as they are 5v devices. Memory chips don't fare well either. When handling chips and circuit boards in an area with carpet or vinyl care has to be taken to eliminate ESD or Electro-Static discharge. This is done via several different means. One is to attach a ground strap sending static straight to ground. Another is to use static bags when transporting circuit boards across the room. Here at REA we take the utmost precautions to reduce static electricity. This is a very important detail to keep in mind when sending your pcb's for repair. As mentioned earlier, would you like 12kv to zap your motherboard? I think not. Send it to the professionals, REA. We won't cause you any static!

The Power of DNC

We find many customers who have CNC equipment do not use their equipment to it's fullest capability. Just recently I had a customer with a Shoda router with a Fanuc control. This customer was writing his CNC programs by hand on the operator panel and then copying it to a spiral notebook by hand, because the control only had enough memory to hold half a dozen programs.

I asked him if he'd considered using DNC, and he'd never heard of it.

DNC stands for Distributed Numerical Control, and basically it's a remote storage center for CNC programs. Normally, the way it is configured, you have a PC running a DNC server package (WinDNC is a favorite of ours) and a serial cable connection back to the CNC controller on the machine.

Once you have it configured, the operator can call up any one of hundreds (or thousands) of programs that are stored on the computer, and the computer streams the program back to the CNC control via the serial cable. no more writing it by hand on the control, with it's clunky interface.

We set this customer up with a DNC server, and tied it into their LAN so that the developers can write the program on their computer, and transfer it to the DNC server over the ethernet network. then all the operator has to do when he gets an order is call the correct program out to the CNC and run it.

It saves massive amounts of time where the operator was recreating or reentering a program by hand (taking 15 minutes or more) when the DNC transfer is over in seconds. Over time that builds up to a definate improvement in production times and quantity of product produced per day.

You can also connect multiple machines to a single DNC server. Theoretically, you can run an entire factory floor off the same server, as long as you have enough serial ports to make the connections. Products like RocketPort add extra serial ports to the server. I've set up DNC servers to connect to over two dozen machines at once, with all of the CNC machines on the factory floor storing all their programs in a central location that can be easily backed up.

New technology allows many new ideas built on this subject. Serial tunnelling over TCP/IP allows you to connect to a DNC server that is offsite somewhere else on the LAN or the Internet, and wireless radio to serial devices do away with the clutter of cables running over the factory floor.

There are many, many things you can do with this technology. Give us a call and we'll discuss a solution for you.

Servo Motor Repair

REA Technologies, Inc. has experience in the repair of not only more than Eighty different brands of servo motors, but also, many different models or types of each brand. See the list below and you will most likely recognize a brand that your company uses. Even if you don't see a brand you recognize, we will gladly quote any brand and any type of motor.

ABB, A and B, Allen Bradley, ACM, API, Baldor, Bautz, Bayside, Bodine, Brienz, Brinkman, Brock Compton, CEM, Comair, CMC, CMS, Cup Motor, Custom Servo, Daikin, Dumore, Duty Max, EG and G, Electrocraft, Electromotorwerk, Elektra, ETR, Fagor, Fanuc, Faurndau, GE, Gettys, Georgi Kobald, Giordano, Glentek, Gould, Groschopp, Hanning, Homag/Omlat, Honeywell, Indramat, Industrial Drive, Kollmorgen, Komo/Colombo, Lafert, Lenze, Leroy Somer, MAE, Magnetek, Marathon, Matador, Max Datwyle, MCG, MITS, Mitsubishi, Moog, Nuovo Remital, Okuma, Oriental, Pacific Scientific, Panasonic, Parker Compumotor, Peerless, QMC, RAE, Reliance, Rietchle, Rotron, Sangiacomo, Sanyo Denki, Selema, SEM, Shimpo, Siboni, Siemens, SM Cyclo, Stegman, Superline, Ultract, Unitec, Vickers, Vogel, Voith Turbo, Yaskawa, Ziehl Abegg.

Thursday, March 5, 2009

Thinking of moving?

When you need to move a machine who do you think of first? Riggers? Well, how about the company that helps to take care of your equipment. They have helped with your electrical and electronic issues. They have helped with your mechanical repairs from hydraulic systems to replacing ball screws to reconditioning spindles. They have helped with your software and programming issues. They have even helped make your machines run more efficient so you could make a higher profit. REA Technologies has helped you with all this, then why not with your machinery move. Whether it is a new piece of equipment being moved in, relocating an existing piece within your building or a move completely out of your facility, we can help you accomplish it. Who would be better to help disassemble and then to reassemble than a company that has first hand knowledge about your equipment. The technicians at REA have been involved with all forms of equipment for over 20 years, including moves. We know what it takes to get that machine back into production as quickly as possible.

Just last week we quoted on moving a piece of woodworking equipment from its location in Wisconsin to a new home in New Zealand. This would require disassembling the equipment and preparing it for an ocean container; making sure it would be safe for the trip half way around the world. It would also require our technicians to unload the container and reassemble the equipment and to verify that it is in complete operational order. Because of our extensive knowledge of this particular piece of equipment, REA was the ideal company to help make this possible.

The next time you need to relocate that piece of equipment, don't just think of riggers, but think of REA Technologies. We can make the entire experience pleasant and beneficial.

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

The Importance of Proper Packaging When Shipping CRT Monitors

I received an older CRT monitor for a Holzma angular saw this morning from a new customer in Alabama. They are quite lucky that it arrived with no broken glass. The unit was not packaged very well. One has to understand that often times boxes are drop-kicked or punted to their destination. It is the shippers' ultimate responsibility to make sure that the item(s) is adequately protected during shipping.

When packaging CRT monitors I always wrap them in bubble wrap. After this is done I then will cut out a piece of cardboard and tape it over the face. I often double layer the box it is going in as well. This takes a little extra time but is worth it. Replacing a damaged CRT can get very costly if you can even find one. Often they can be replaced by newer LCD's that are not cheap.

Here at REA the utmost care is taken when returning a repaired item to a customer, be it a monitor, a pcb, a motor, etc. I have been responsible for shipping and receiving here for the past 8 years or so. I can proudly say that I can count the damaged items I have personally packaged and shipped on one hand. A lot of care and attention is given by me to ensure that the customer receives their repaired item back in one piece.

So as you can see, the job is not over when the repair is done. The item has to make it back to the customer intact and functioning. When shipping your repair to us you can be assured that it will be treated as if it were my own.

REA can take care of all types of monitors/lcds. The next time you need one repaired just let us know. You can rest easy that you won't get back a pile of glass!!!

Equipment Review

Is your equipment causing the following:
Excessive downtime?
Excessive maintenance expenses?
Slow machining processes?
Quality issues forcing a secondary process to repair?
If you are facing these problems let REA lend you a helping hand. For a small assessment fee, REA will do a thorough evaluation of your manufacturing operation and machining centers and make recommendations for improvement. We will give you a formal quote to make these improvements. As our experience has shown, these inprovements will greatly enhance your operation and you will save money.

Monday, March 2, 2009

Does weather effect your equipment

Do storms and adverse weather conditions have an effect on you equipment? How about starting up all of your equipment once you have lost power?
If you are a manufacturer you will be effected by adverse weather conditions in one form or another. It can also cause problems with your equipment. It could be that you lost power from a snow or ice storm or being shut down by a lightning strike. Either way you will have to get your CNC equipment back on line.
Call REA Technologies, we can help. With over 20 years of CNC machinery repair experience we can get that equipment back on-line in a timely manner. In early February when a winter storm swept through the mid west and left 1000's of homes and businesses without power for extended periods of time, REA was called to help a customer in Arkansas get his plant back up and operational. As soon as the electric company had restored their power, REA was on site to begin working on the equipment. In a short period of time, this customer was back up and full operational.
REA is on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year. We are always here to help with you emergencies. No job is too big or too small. Give us a call!

Saw upgrade

Completing machine upgrades is always a rewarding experience because the customers, especially the machine operators, are so excited about seeing aggravating machine problems become a thing of the past. This was the case last week when we went in on Friday morning and modified a North Tech cross cut saw that had previously been upgraded with a Tiger Stop positioning system. That evening the operator came in to test the newly modified system and was delighted that we had addressed every issue that plagued him on a daily basis. Modifications such as this, not only improve productivity, but also the morale of the people running the machines. Added to the productivity problems was the potential of damaging a $15,000.00 diamond tipped saw blade.

In this case, it was a simple matter of removing devices that are not only superfluous, but prone to failure, and installing a small PLC to control a few inputs and outputs. The result is always an electric panel that is less cluttered and therefore easier to troubleshoot in the future. Some first time customers panic when we go in and rip out all of the unnecessary, problem causing devices, but are always delighted with the results. These upgrades usually pay for themselves very rapidly with the increase in production that was gained by eliminating the downtime caused by these problematic components. Another benefit is that you eliminate keeping these, often very costly items, in the stock room.

Spindle rebuilds

Over the years as a service technician for REA, one of the most interesting and satisfying aspects of my job has been rebuilding spindles. The different ways that each manufacturer builds spindles makes it a great challenge to disassemble and rebuild them without damaging the basic parts needed for reassembly, especially if they have electronic components like encoders. The spindles we have rebuilt range in size from a large loaf of bread to as large as a computer desk.

Special care has to be taken in recording all the measurements of the various components, especially if they have a drawbar or sensors that monitor the drawbar position. We have developed expertise in repair of spindles from the metal working, woodworking, and stone cutting industries. Each industry has it's unique methods of spindle assembly. Some are motorized and some are belt driven.

Our services include going to the customer's site to remove the spindles, or having the customer remove them and send to us for rebuild. Some of the most popular brands we work with are Awea, Brembana, CMS, Colombo, Fanuc, Fadel, Homag, HSD, Komo Colombo, Miyano, Mori-Seiki, Perske, and Shoda. All of our customers have been pleased with the good results and fast turnaround times that we have given them.