This soldering station controls a 24v 50W solder. Based on ATmega328p microcontroller, with combination of IRL3103 or IRFZ44 MOSFET, 5v 0.5A and 24v 3A power supplies,1500uF 35v capacitor, DS1307 – Real Time Clock, MAX7219 – 4 digit 7 segment LED driver, LEDs and other electronic components. Hakko 936 soldering iron handle with thermocouple control. A LM358 amplifies signal from thermocouple with gain 101.
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This is a walk-through for making cheap high quality SMD metal stencils at home, using commonly available materials.
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Reflow soldering of resistors, capacitors, diodes, controller, and other surface mounted components using a hot air gun. This is a prototype PCB of a custom designed mechanical keyboard, GH60.
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Home built Arduino powered SMD Reflow oven based on a toaster oven.
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An in depth tutorial showing how to solder surface mount parts. Covering the tools, techniques and tips that can really help learn how to properly solder electronics! If you are new to soldering this video should have you soldering SMD components in no time!
With just a bit of pratice it becomes much easier to solder SMD then through hole soldering. As shown in the video the main key is lots of flux, but be sure to properly clean your work once you are finished soldering it.
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From a wide offer of solders from company Stannol, it´s easy to choose the most suitable type meeting your demands.
The solder matters, it is an undisputable fact confirmed daily in a development and production of electronics. Hand soldering of prototypes, automated machine soldering, soldering of small SMT components or on the in contrast soldering of big joints of massive connectors, rework, … all that wants a solder optimized for a given usage. As we know, features of a solder wire are determined by an alloy itself (PbSn xx, SnAg xx, …) but in a considerable extent also a flux used. A flux has a big influence mainly on a soldering process, spreading of solder (often even on partially oxidized surfaces), spitting at hand soldering, etc. That´s why despite of often similar specification (according to datasheets), it is still possible to see considerable differences among solders after all. Besides the most important parameters like composition of alloy and flux properties, some features (like spitting and solder spreading) can be really evaluated only at working with a given type.
Over 130-years experience of German company Stannol give a guarantee, that in their portfolio can be found a type suitable even for your work. In a Stannol catalogue can be found favourite “universal” types suitable for the most types of works in electronics and electrotechnics (for example HS10, HF32, Kristall 400) but also specialized types suitable even for soldering of poorly solderable surfaces.
The principle of Stannol products marking is in it, that they are marked by a flux type (HS10, HF32,…) and by an alloy used (Snxx, SnPb,…). A solder wire is available in many combinations flux / alloy , that´s why it is suitable look at their properties in detail and then to choose a suitable type. On stock we keep the most favorite types with fluxes HS10, HF32 or 2630, suitable for majority of joints.
● HS10 - no-clean flux containing halides, based on a natural resin (colophony). Outstanding properties regarding spreading and electrically safe residues. The flux is non-corrosive on non-ferrous materials. The most popular type for electronic industry.
● HF32 no-clean halide-free flux with an activated resin (colophony). Outstanding combination of high activity, good wetting properties and small amount of residues. Residues are transparent, hard, dry and non-corrosive. Very suitable even for SMT components, high reliability of joints. Special version HF32 SMD features even lower flux content and leaves minimum residues, that´s why it´s very suitable even for rework, manual adding of components to PCB and similar.
● 2630 - the most active no-clean flux containing halides. Usable even on places where HS10 is not sufficient. Ideal for surfaces with poor solderability as well as for soldering of bigger joints (thicker copper wires etc.).
Upon request, we´re able to provide you with another types from Stannol production, for example Kristall 400 – no-clean halide-free flux with synthetic resins, with transparent residues and good activity, able to provide excellent soldering results. In general, fluxes, which contain halides are more active and at soldering they feature better wetting. On the other side halide-free fluxes are more safe in respect of possible corrosion around a solder joint and modern fluxes already have very good wetting properties. Normally, neither halide fluxes marked as “no-clean” don´t cause corrosion around a solder joint but at certain circumstances (for example devices intended for very humid conditions) it may be necessary to wash soldered joints from flux residues.
Detailed information will provide you the attached table as well as Stannol catalogue, overview of Stannol soldering materials, overview of Stannol solder wires and overview of soldering fluxes standards.
For detailed information we recommend you to contact our sales agents, which will be pleased to help you at choosing the right type. It´s also possible to contact us on a well-known address email@example.com.
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Intelligent soldering stations WX series meet all what we might expect from an ultimate instrument.
The base of universal soldering and desoldering stations are WX1 a WX2 stations, with the possibility to connect 1 or 2 tools. WX1 enables to connect 1 tool with a maximum power of 120W and the WX2 station enables to connect two tools with a maximum power of 120W or one 200 W. An ultimate choice for rework workplaces are new WXD series stations, supporting the WXDP120 desoldering tool. A great advantage of the WX platform is a wide choice of tools and tips suitable for extra fine work with SMT components (WXMP tool, 40W), common work with the most of components (WXP65, WXP120) as well as for soldering of big joints and other components requiring a high heating power (WXP200). An invaluable helper at a work with components are the WXMT-MS (2x40W). SMT tweezers. WX tools are motion-activated through an integrated motion sensor. It means, that they consume energy only when they are actually in use.
Control interface of WX stations is done via a touch panel display. WX2 enables communication with other devices like control of WFE fume extracting station and a WHP preheating device.
The digital control electronics together with superior temperature sensor and heat-transfer technology guarantee precise temperature control at the soldering tip. High-speed measured-value acquisition gives maximum temperature precision and optimal temperature response under load. As we know, stable soldering tip temperature at the load is the essential condition to reach high quality solder joints independently on the joint size or type. This also ensures careful soldering of temperature sensitive components – now even more important at lead-free soldering. Intuitive multi-lingual menu and user friendly interface make WX series an ultimate choice for professional usage at any production or repairing workplace.
- Power supply: 230VAC, 50Hz, 240W
- Temperature range 0 to 550°C
- Accuracy: ± 9°C
- Temperature stability: ± 2°C
- Enclosure material: aluminium and ESD plastics
- Display: backlighted capacitive touch LCD display with six touch zones and a touch wheel
- Connectivity: 3,5mm Jack connector for potentials equalization, USB port, WX communication port
- Dimensions: L x B x H (mm) 170 x 151 x 130
- Weight: 3,2kg
New repair stations are available in several versions:
- WX 2020 – WX2 station, 2x 120W soldering tool WXP 120, 2x WDH 10 stand
- WX 2021 – WX2 station, 1x 80W micro tool WXMP + WDH 50 stand, 1x 80W WXMT desoldering tweezers + WDH 60 stand
- WX 1010 – WX1 station, 1x 120W WXP 120 soldering tool, 1x stojan WDH 10
- WX 1011 – WX1 station, 1x micro tool WXMP-MS, 1x WDH 50 stand
- WX 1012 – WX1 station, 1x 65W WXP 65 soldering tool,1x WDH 10 stand
- WXD 2010 – WXD2 station, 1x 125W WXDP 120 desoldering tool,1x WDH70 stand
- WXD 2020 – WXD2 station, 1x 125W WXDP 120 desoldering tool, 1x 125W WXP 120 soldering tool, 2x stand
In case of interest, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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