Electronics Forum: ersa or pdr rework (Page 1 of 2)

smt rework

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 09 13:43:48 EST 2006 | RJ K.

Can anyone tell me an approximate cost of the PDR 410 and/or ERSA IR rework station? Is the main advantage of using these systems over a hot air machine in that nozzles are not needed?

smt rework

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 15 15:51:21 EST 2006 | RJ K.

I have been looking into buying a rework station like ERSA or PDR. What I am questioning is how well will these systems reflow BGA's with metal top/cover that are reflective. In addition, when preheating the board would dark body packages absorb te

BGA rework station

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 12 20:58:30 EDT 2001 | davef

ERSA and PDR Xytronic both make very respectable lower priced rework equipment.

smt rework

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 02 15:22:10 EDT 2006 | solderiron

Good luck finding used. Ersa is top quality but you pay for it. The IR from Ersa is a medium wavelength thus heating is consistent across the board despite different component densities and colors. PDR does not heat the same and thus you have to be m

Re: IR rework stations ....Anyone Tried or currently uses PDR

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 23 14:41:48 EDT 1999 | Doug Philbrick

Hiya, Could anyone please suggest recommended manufacturers of IR rework stations for the removal of various SMT comps. Cheers I have 2 customers who went from hot air system to a PDR and they love it. The system will give them a ni

Re: IR rework stations ....Anyone Tried or currently uses PDR

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 23 15:32:32 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

Hiya, Could anyone please suggest recommended manufacturers of IR rework stations for the removal of various SMT comps. Cheers I have 2 customers who went from hot air system to a PDR and they love it. The system wil

Re: IR rework stations ....Anyone Tried or currently uses PDR

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 28 16:45:04 EDT 1999 | Doug Philbrick

Hiya, Could anyone please suggest recommended manufacturers of IR rework stations for the removal of various SMT comps. Cheers I have 2 customers who went from hot air system to a PDR and they love it

BGA rework equipment - suggestions?

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 21 04:07:09 EST 2015 | xboxhaxorz

Most serious rework stations are from ersa, pdr etc; We actually wanted a fully automated system with split vision and in USA that would probably cost around $50k. We decided on a ZX360 which is about 300 lbs and it worked quite well without issue fo

BGA rework station

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 12 16:18:24 EDT 2001 | caldon

I am not familiar with the ERSA system you talk about but wanted to let you know there is another company call PDR that also uses IR and no nozzles. the machine is pretty slick and easy to use and set up. We have found no adverse affects to the IR he

PACE TF1500 or 1700 BGA Rework feedback

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 24 04:49:23 EST 2006 | Loco

Give the Ersa a look. Big advantages: closed loop and no 10 different nozzles. (I wont boast about 'how great' it is, give your local Ersa rep a call and decide for yourself!)

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