Soldering by joule effect
The resistance-soldering unit is a tool that supplements the usual soldering iron. Its advantage is that it supplies instantaneous localised heat to the work. This is accomplished by passing a highcurrent at low voltage through a resistance contact at the point of application. The current is in therange 30 - 40 Amps and between 1 to 4.5 volts.An electrode applied to the workpiece usually creates the resistance point.
The soldering operation consists of clamping the parts to be assembled and adding a solder alloy. The heating process starts as soon as the foot pedal is activated and the temperature rises to the set temperature point
Improved heat distribution, no component overheating, speed and mechanical unaltered.
connectors on semi-rigid bases, central contacts on coaxial connectors...
|TWO MODELS :||MODEL SI1R||MODEL SI2R|
|Power Supply||230V / 50-60 Hz||230V / 50-60 Hz|
|Power||80 W||250 W|
|Dimensions L x W x H mm||200 x 100 x 100 mm||300 x 190 x 210 mm|
Batch of 5 pairs
Batch of 3 pairs
|Model of Pliers||
|Example of application||
Hyper Frequency Coax
Demonstration Workshop - Soldering by Joule Effet
Demonstration - Soldering by Joule Effet