- contactless heating up of the solder joint
- high power density
- 2.6 kW HF inductor with water cooling
- optionally with solder feeder Mosquito A25
Data Sheet (0.16 MB, PDF)
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At a multiplicity of applications there are
joints, which must be soldered individually:
Cables, plugs, special construction
components and modules with only a
few solder joints.
A further application is the use of special
elements, e.g. plugs and pinthroughhole on SMD-Boards. Often
single point soldering is required because
of assembling, e.g. if a completely
equipped PCB is inserted into a
housing and has to be connected with
plugs or other components by soldering.
Automation of these single point soldering
processes does not only afford a
cost-efficient mass production, it is also
demanded to obtain a constant high
quality. Thus, it cannot be done without
automated single point soldering in the
modern electronics manufacturing.
For induction soldering a secondary
spool, the soldering inductor, is connected
with a high-frequency generator.
The alternating current flow in the inductor
induces a magnetic field. Eddy
currents in the soldering joint caused by
that magnetic field effect the heating up
to the soldering temperature. In order to
avoid a warming up of the inductor,
cooling water is pumped through the
hollow spool wire. Induction soldering
makes a large energy transfer possible.
A further advantage of this procedure is
the low expense for maintenance.