Ultrasonic soldering systems offer the advantage of the fluxless soldering of many metals in common use as well as previously difficult to solder materials such as aluminium, ceramics, glass and silicon’s used in microelectronic applications.
The unit consists of the soldering iron itself, which is rated at 80W and can reach temperatures of up to 450°C, and is fitted with interchangeable screw in copper bits. The ultrasonic transducer is built into the soldering iron handle and the need to prevent this unit being overheated necessitates the continuous use of a cooling air supply.
The 40 kHz standard ultrasonic generators are separately housed in a sheet metal case with carrying handle and with soldering iron rest attached to one side. The generator has five levels of power plus a zero power level that allows the soldering iron to be used in the conventional manner. The ultrasonic power is applied to the iron as required by means of a footswitch.
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