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AiXun H310D hot air rework station

14,999.00

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AiXun H310D hot air rework station

What is hot air rework stations

Hot air rework station is a device used for soldering and desoldering components on a printed circuit board (PCB). It uses hot air to heat the components and the PCB, allowing the user to remove and replace components without damaging the board. The station typically includes a heating element, a fan, and a temperature control unit. It is commonly used in electronics repair and prototyping).

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Rework Station Vs. Soldering Station

Rework station is a device used to repair electronic components by removing, replacing, or reworking them. This is done by heating the components with a soldering iron or hot air gun. A soldering station is a device used to solder components together. It typically includes soldering iron, soldering tip, and soldering stand. The soldering iron is used to heat the components and the soldering tip is used to apply the solder to the components.

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What are the different types of hot rework station?

1. Soldering Iron Hot Air Rework Station: The most basic and commonly used type of hot air rework station. It combines a soldering iron and a hot air gun in one unit.

 

2. Hot Air Gun Hot Air Rework Station: Used for more advanced applications that require more precise control of the temperature and airflow. It uses a hot air gun to heat components and can be used to solder, desolder, and remove components.

 

3. Infrared Hot Air Rework Station: Uses infrared technology to heat components without the use of a hot air gun. Ideal for applications that require precise temperature control and can be used to solder, desolder, and remove components.

 

4. Vacuum Hot Air Rework Station: Combines a hot air gun and a vacuum pump to create a vacuum environment for soldering and desoldering components. Ideal for applications that require precise temperature control and can be used to solder, desolder, and remove components.

How to Use a Hot Air Rework Station

1. Set up the hot air rework station.

2. Select the appropriate nozzle for the job.

3. Adjust the temperature and airflow settings.

4. Place the component to be replaced on the PCB.

5. Heat the component with the hot air rework station.

6. Remove the component from the PCB.

7. Place the new component on the PCB.

8. Heat the component with the hot air rework station.

9. Solder the component in place.

10. Test the component.

11. Turn off the hot air rework station.