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BGA rework

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 09 19:40:55 EST 2004 | Vijay

The shorts happen at corner of the BGA. The PCB thickness is 1.6mm, It is a PC motherboard with all thru hole connectors mounted on.The preheating is done using IR heater and the temp is 120-160 for about 70-80 sec.I am using ERSA IR550A

smt rework

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 09 15:01:44 EST 2006 | jdengler

I was quoted a new ERSA IR550_PL550 unit last year for $36,500.00. I purchase a previously owned but never used one for $28,000.00. Jerry

BGA Rework Using Laser Selective Reflow

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 06 21:41:20 EST 2005 | James Khor

You can using Ersa IR550A Rework System. The unit was NOT using any hot air process. IR550A Rework System is worldwide the only system with a genuine closed loop control system. Which employs the current temperature at the component in order to regul

Soldering FBGA Virtex-II XC2V6000-4FF1152C

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 09 15:54:51 EDT 2003 | Louis

I need advice from someone who has already soldered this part or similar fine-pitch BGA with metal heatsink on top Should I solder it in the oven or it's better with a rework station (IR 550A Ersascope) Thanks All

BGA rework

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 12 12:59:50 EST 2004 | babe

Sorry for the late reply, I am an ersa dealer may I suggest mounting an alternative thermocouple attached to a DMM in close proximity to the BGA. See what the differences are in your readings from the DMM and the Digital temp reading on the IR550A. I

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Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 02 06:03:16 EDT 2006 | jammy

Presently I am looking to buy either a PDR X410 or ERSA IR550A rework mahine.The PDR model is the favourite at the moment however I would not turn down the ERSA model or any other similarly specified infrared based rework system.Unfortunately I have

BGA rework station

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 05 16:06:48 EST 2013 | mlevesque

We are looking for a new BGA rework station. We got an ERSA IR550A and we are not very satisfied. I'm not sure that IR reflow is the better solution because the top-side heating is too large. I think is better with a convection "forced-air" heat.

HOT AIR Bench top

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 17 14:24:21 EST 2011 | vmorina

Hi Hege, Thank you very much for your input. So far I have four hot air from four different companies. ERSA: IR500 or IR550 http://www.ersa.com/index.php?modul=entry&id=346&entry_id=1473⊂_id=346&cont_add=467 Weller: WHA3000PS or VS http://www.te


Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 20 14:02:26 EDT 2007 | JJ

RA, First, define "medium scale budget". Aside from that, I have used many systems, listed in my order of preference: 1. SRT1100 - superior board support - very reliable 2. ERSA IR550A - unique flexability due to infrared heaters 3. Metcal APR5000 -

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