[time-nuts] OCXO Vectron 218Y44442

Jim Harman j99harman at gmail.com
Mon Oct 16 18:22:50 EDT 2017


In your image ...125 it looks like there is a cold solder joint near the
bottom right, in the second "column" of pads, 3 pads up from the bottom.

On Mon, Oct 16, 2017 at 4:10 PM, Vlad <time at patoka.org> wrote:

>
> Hello,
>
> I am wandering if anybody observe the behavior for OCXO, when its stop to
> reproduce the signal, and the only way to return it back to business is
> little mechanical stress.
>
> I have TWO of such OCXO. One of them is Austron 11.2 Mhz. And another one
> is Vectron model 218Y4442 9.8304Mhz
>
> In case with Vectron, I even disassemble it (to whom who brave here is a
> pictures):
>
> http://www.patoka.ca/Vectron-218Y44442/
>
> Then as I connect it to the PS, I realize it start to reproduce the signal
> again ! Before this it was nothing ! I tried different PS before to open
> this "can" as a last resort.
>
> For the Austron - I didn't disassemble it. Instead I just kick it a little
> bit. And immediately after that, it start to produce the signal !
>
>
> --
> WBW,
>
> V.P.
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