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  1. On 6/26/2017 at 8:08 PM, Soldertraining said:

    A power supply is an electronic device which supplies electric energy to an electrical load. Can anyone tell me what is the minimum power required 1 ton AC.



    The AC's power consumption depends on its star rating. Every 1 ton of cooling power (commonly known as heat removed by a 1 ton AC in one hour) is also expressed as 3516 watts. Hence 1.0 ton AC will be rated at at-least 3516 Watts

    A 1 Ton AC of 5-star rating consumes around 1000 to 1050 watts of power per hour, working at full capacity. A unit of power is termed as one KW and is 1000 watts.

    If the AC is installed for the domestic bedroom, it consumes up to 65% of the rated power input, in general.

  2. On 4/15/2013 at 4:53 PM, Guest fxjohnsmith said:


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    I hope this information is more helpful to you.


    Thanks for sharing these links, @fxjohnsmith

    Here, I would like to suggest SMTnet portal which is generally known for the latest courses going on in the electronics industry by top giant companies of the Industry. You can also find there many other helpful articles related to electronics.
  3. Hello, ChrisEdwards!!!

    I am listing the important material below that is required for BGA Rework Process:

    • Solder paste flux
    • BGA and LGA Rework System including computer-controlled heating source on the part area, PCB preheater capable of heating underneath entire board area, calibrated vision system, automatic vacuum pick up system and data logging functionality
    • XRAY System
    • An endoscope or other optical inspection systems
    • Squeegee
    • Stencil
    • Kapton Tape
    • Handheld soldering system
    • Reflow Oven
    • Solder wick or solder extraction tool
    • Stereo microscope
  4. Hello, Manii120!!!

    Can you please describe your doubt clearly. As far I know that circuits don't produce acid fumes. Well without much information, I must say that you should make use of conformal coatings as they can handle temperature up to 250°F/121°C for 30 minutes.

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