Ben L Wirz
Thanks to everyone for answering my "newbie" questions, and I have one more.
I just got eprom eraser today, and I don't think is working.
Should I be able to see the UV light source when it is on, I know tis is
bad to look directly into? It has a dot that is supposed to glow when it
is working, and is not. Does is sound like I got a bad unit?
I have a:
Dataerase II from JDR
Paul Christenson [N3EOP]
> I just got eprom eraser today, and I don't think is working.
>Should I be able to see the UV light source when it is on, I know tis is
>bad to look directly into? It has a dot that is supposed to glow when it
>is working, and is not. Does is sound like I got a bad unit?
>I have a:
>Dataerase II from JDR
Yes, you would be able to see a purple glow from the bulb. If you look
at the bulb directly, you would see a purple "fog" in the bulb. However,
DO NOT look directly at the bulb WITHOUT UV eye protection!
The lockout switch on that eraser is a bit temperamental. The cover
has to be TIGHTLY closed for the bulb to turn on. The dot on the side
WILL glow if the bulb is on.
REMEMBER... DO NOT LOOK DIRECTLY AT THE LIT BULB!
Thanks a lot Gentlemen!
You guys have lot of great Idea, I'll test all this ideas and hopefully
select the best one for me, of course the simplest to program
considering my limited program know-how.
I normally use this winding machine for SMPS Transformers that
counts within (-500) - ( 0) - (+500) no. of turns. and run at about
Regards to all,
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