Optical Cell Phone BGA Rework Station
1. Product Introduction The DH-A2 bga rework station is tool free, gas free, instantly/precisely controllable, clean, modular, upgradeable and produces 100% yield BGA rework without any complications. It provides the extremely high levels of profling and process control necessary for the...
The DH-A2 bga rework station is tool free, gas free, instantly/precisely controllable, clean, modular, upgradeable and produces 100% yield BGA rework without any complications. It provides the extremely high levels of profling and process control necessary for the effective rework of even the most advanced packages, including SMDs, BGAs,CSPs, QFNs, Flipchips and is ready for 0201 and lead-free applications.
BGA rework poses the problem of accessing hidden interconnects in a high density environment. Consequently, it requires a station that is able to access the hidden joints without affecting neighbouring components. A station that is safe, gentle, adaptable and, above all, simple to operate. DH-A2 is such a station. It is so easy to operate that technicians are able to instantly achieve excellent process control for BGA/SMT rework without the complexities and frustrations normally associated with 'high-end' rework stations .
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1 year warranty, whole lift technical support.
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What temperature does solder reflow?
With the soak zone at 150 °C and the reflow zone at 245 °C (typical value for lead-free reflow soldering), the temperature rise from soak zone to reflow zone is 95 °C. Due to thermal inertia, such a large quick temperature rise may, again, lead to temperature differences across the PCB.
Thermal profiling is the act of measuring several points on a circuit board to determine the thermal excursion it takes through the soldering process. In the electronics manufacturing industry, SPC (Statistical Process Control) helps determine if the process is in control, measured against the reflow parameters defined by the soldering technologies and component requirements.