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SOLDRON 878D Multi Function ESD Protected Hot Air and Iron Digital Rework Station
Soldron 858D Hot Air Soldering Station is a compact, high-performance hot-air hand tool suitable for professional applications like Mobile Repairers and PCB work. A standalone hot air blower that can be used for the reflow and desoldering of the smallest SMD components, the 858D is the best blower in the industry. Soldron 858D has a full metalized powdered coated body and also has a microcontroller-based 7 segment display with SET and READ mode.
The hot air blower is its own separate unit, that can easily be replaced instead of changing the whole unit like pipe based stations, where the blower unit is inside the station.
Soldering Iron Features:
- ESD safe, lead free iron with printed ceramic heater.
- Microcontroller based smart circuit design.
- Sleep function to save energy and conserve the bit.
Hot Air Gun Features:
- High Capacity heater with temperature sensor for uniform and fast heating.
- Blower on the handle with speed control makes it light weight, efficient and easy to use.
- When placed in the cradle, the hot air gun heater switches off automatically and starts fan to cool it.
- 1 x SOLDRON 858D Anti-Electrostatic Hot Air Soldering Station.
- 3 x Blower Tips.
|Watts||600 watts all combined|
|Iron||60watts 480degC max ESD SAFE|
|Hot air blower||550 watts max 450degC max ESD SAFE|
|Station Body||Aluminum body with powder coated|
|Controller||Micro Controller based with 7 segment display|
1.How do I make a SMD rework station?
- SMD (surface mount device) rework stations are specialized tools that are used to remove and replace SMD components on printed circuit boards (PCBs). These stations typically consist of a heating element, a set of tweezers or a soldering iron, and a cooling element, as well as various other tools and accessories.
- If you want to make a DIY SMD rework station, you will need to gather the necessary materials and tools, which may include the following:
- A heating element: This can be a hot air gun, a soldering iron, or a infrared (IR) heater.
- A cooling element: This can be a fan or a cooling pad.
- Tweezers or a soldering iron: These will be used to remove and replace SMD components on the PCB.
- Other tools and accessories: You may also need a magnifying lamp, a PCB holder, a soldering iron stand, and other tools and accessories to assist with the rework process.
- Gather any other necessary tools and accessories: Make sure you have all of the other tools and accessories that you will need for the rework process, such as flux, solder, and a PCB cleaning solution.
2.What is SMD rework station machine?
- An SMD (surface mount device) rework station is a specialized machine that is used to remove and replace SMD components on printed circuit boards (PCBs). SMD rework stations typically consist of a heating element, a set of tweezers or a soldering iron, and a cooling element, as well as various other tools and accessories. The heating element in an SMD rework station is used to heat the PCB and the SMD components to a high temperature, which allows them to be removed or replaced. The cooling element is used to cool the PCB and components after the rework process has been completed. The tweezers or soldering iron are used to remove and replace the SMD components on the PCB.
3.How do you make a hot air blower with a soldering gun?
- It is possible to make a hot air blower using a soldering gun, but it is important to note that the resulting device may not be as effective or reliable as a dedicated hot air blower. Here are the steps you can follow to make a hot air blower with a soldering gun:
- Gather your materials: You will need a soldering gun, a small plastic funnel, and a length of plastic tubing.
- Cut the plastic tubing: Use a sharp blade or scissors to cut the plastic tubing to a suitable length. You may need to experiment with different lengths of tubing to find the one that produces the best airflow.
- Attach the plastic tubing to the soldering gun: Use the soldering gun to melt a hole in the side of the plastic funnel, and then insert one end of the plastic tubing into the hole. Use the soldering gun to melt the plastic around the tubing, securing it in place.
- Test the hot air blower: Turn on the soldering gun and blow into the other end of the plastic tubing to see if the device produces a flow of hot air. You may need to adjust the length of the tubing or the distance of the funnel from the soldering gun to fine-tune the airflow.