Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 16 13:57:48 EDT 2003 | James
Could anyone give me a basic profile temperature settings for a conceptronics 7 zone oven and speed? I have the first couple of zones ramped up to get to the soak temperatures. Is this correct or should I start out with low temperatures and graduall
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 05 16:12:09 EDT 2006 | Mario Scalzo, SMT CPE
* Try 1.5C / sec from RT to 165C * Hot soak at 165-175C for up to 2 minutes (I'd start with 60 seconds flat soak.) * 60-90 seconds TAL (I's start with 60) * 230-240C Peak. Thanks, Mario
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 25 10:05:05 EDT 2012 | kz9yyc
Hello all, I am having difficulty with an OmniExcel 10 oven. Zone 5 upper will not hold setpoint = 165C (it typically runs ~10C higher). Here is what I know: 1. The machine is not turning on zone 5 heat when temp is too high. 2. Zone 5 lower is
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 24 16:54:33 EDT 2000 | Dr. Ning-Cheng Lee
52In/48Sn solder has a melting point 118C, and can be reflow processed at temperature down to around 165-170C. The material is very soft, very low in shear strength. It is relatively ductile, can be stretched to about 2-3X of Sn63 in elongation. Amon
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 04 17:35:08 EDT 2003 | Dean
If you lay a flat edge on the PBGA, it is visibly warped? How much of a warp? 0.001, 0.010, 0.050 what? What is your pcb temperature just prior to entering the spike process (zone or step or what ever you call it)? Is it between 165 and 175 C?
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 10 10:36:42 EST 2003 | russ
I would contact your PCB supplier, they usually have some type of software for panel optimization. Each shop potentially uses different size panels so it is a good idea to ask them what they are using and go from there. Keep in mind that there are
Electronics Forum | Wed May 24 13:10:28 EDT 2006 | Chunks
VIP 98, I believe that's a 7 zone if I can remember 6 years ago. Try 150, 165, 200, 235, 235 and 235 (top and bottom temps) with a belt speed of 35 inches per minute. This should get you in the ball park depending on the size of your board.
Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 16 12:44:36 EDT 2015 | proy
soldering a very simple board in a very simple Accuheat oven. Can anyone give me basic starting point settings (conveyor speed and temperature) then we will profile using a mole from there. Paste 1) Tin Lead Paste 2) Chipquik low temp TL 165C PR