desoldering station

desoldering station
WARRANTY
Instructions manual
US Version
ENGLISH
The JBC 2 years warranty, guarantees
this equipment against all manufacturing
defects, covering the replacement of
defective parts and all necessary labour.
Warranty does not cover product wear
due to use or mis-use.
In order for the warranty to be valid,
equipment must be returned, postage
paid, to the dealer where it was purchased
enclosing this, fully filled in, sheet.
SERIAL Nº
STAMP OF DEALER
D E S O L D E R I N G S TAT I O N
MANUFACTURED BY
JBC Industrias, S.A.
Ramón y Cajal, 3 - 08750 MOLINS DE REI
BARCELONA - SPAIN
Tel.: +34 93 325 32 00 - Fax: +34 93 680 49 70
http://www.jbctools.com e-mail:[email protected]
0781058-1003
✂
DATE OF PURCHASE
AR 5800
1
2245 cartridges
2245 handpiece
Ref.2245000
* 2210 cartridges
* 2225 cartridges
* 2210/2225 handpiece
Ref.2210000
* These elements are not
supplied with the station
* Cartridges for
the AP 1300
solder feed iron
* AP 1300
solder feed iron
Ref.1300000
* AP 8130
soldering feed iron
stand
Ref.0788130
* PA 4200
hot tweezers
Ref.4200000
* Cartridges for
the PA 4200 hot
tweezers
* 1200 cartridges
* PA 1200
micro hot tweezers
Ref.1200000
Spare filters
Ref. 0781046
Control Unit
AR 5800
desoldering
station
External desoldering air filter
Ref.0821830
Temperature
selector
DR 5600
desoldering iron
Ref.5600000
DR 8500
desoldering iron stand
Ref.0788500
Equipotential
terminal
* PA 8110
hot tweezers stand
Ref.0748110
AD 8245
soldering iron stand
Ref.0788245
* AD 8210
soldering iron stand
* PA 8120
Ref.0788210
hot tweezers stand
Ref.0748120
We appreciate the confidence you have placed in JBC in purchasing this station.
It is manufactured to the most stringent quality standards in order to give you the
best possible service. Before turning on your station, we recommend you to read
these instructions carefully.
SPECIFICATIONS
Control Unit technical specifications
The AR 5800 is a repair station for desoldering
through-hole components by solder intake.
- AR 5800 120V
Ref. 5800100
-
Maximum power soldering iron 50W.
Maximum power desoldering iron 75W.
Temperature selection: 200 to 700°F (±5%).
Station's maximum power: 175W.
ESD protected housing.
Typical surface resistance: 105-1011Ohms/square
- Complies with CE standards on electrical safety,
electromagnetic compatibility and antistatic
protection.
- Equipotential connector is earth connected to the
plug feed of the station.
- Weight of complete unit: 26.5 lbs.
It is supplied with an Advanced DR 5600 desoldering
iron and Advanced 2245 soldering handpiece.
Any of the Advanced tools for solderingdesoldering can be connected to the two
modules: the soldering handpieces, the DR 5600
desoldering iron, the AP 1300 solder feed iron and
the tweezers.
The standardization of connections allows you to
adapt your configuration in the best way to your
job's needs. Do notice that you can connect only one
desoldering iron.
In the station it is easy to verify which temperature
control module is controlling which tool. With all
tools in their stands take any one of them out of its
stand while watching the green LEDs of the station.
You will see that the LED of the module the tool is
connected to, will stop being intermittent thus
indicating the tool is ready for use.
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR USE
For soldering and desoldering
-
The station’s components
- 2245 handpiece
with the 2245-003 cartridge
- DR 5600 desoldering iron
with the 5600-003 tip
- AD 8245 soldering iron stand
- DR 8500 desoldering iron stand
- External desoldering air filter
- Spare filters
- Set of accessories
- Instruction manual
Ref. 2245000
Ref. 2245003
Ref. 5600000
Ref. 5600003
Ref. 0788245
Ref. 0788500
Ref. 0821830
Ref. 0781046
Ref. 0780593
Ref. 0781058
Clean the contacts and the printed circuit to
be desoldered of dust or dirt.
Preferably select a temperature below 662°F.
Excess temperature may cause the printed
circuit tracks to break loose.
The tip must be well tinned for good heat
conduction. If it has been inoperative for any
length of time, it should be retinned.
Safety measures
-
The AR 5800 station has the following
complementary products:
- 2210/2225 handpiece
Ref. 2210000
- PA 1200 micro hot tweezers Ref. 1200000
- PA 4200 hot tweezers
Ref. 4200000
- AP 1300 solder feed iron
Ref. 1300000
2
Incorrect use of this tool may cause fire.
Be cautious when using the tool in places
where inflamable products are stored.
Heat can fire up inflamable products even
when they are not at sight.
Do not use when the atmosphere is explosive.
Place the tool back on its stand in order to let
it cool down before you store it.
SLEEP FUNCTION
Tool in sleep mode
One of the Series Advanced features is that
when the tool is placed in the holder, the
temperature at the tip drops automatically to
the sleep temperature (sleep). This function
is only possible because of the quick
response time which does not make the user
realise the temperature rise to reach the
selected temperature. In this way, the
oxydation of the tinning of the tip is
considerably reduced and tip life is extended
2 or even 3 times.
OPERATION
LED lights
Red LED -ON- when lit, it indicates that the station is
plugged in the mains.
Green LED -READY- when lit, it indicates that the
system is ready and correctly set for working.
The green led light is on after a few seconds, is the
time needed to carry on the self-checking system.
The green light is pulsing when the tool is in sleep
mode.
If the green led is not lit, the reason why, will be one
of the following:
1. The tool is not plugged in.
2. The maximum available power has been
exceeded for too long - e.g. in a very thick
soldering or desoldering at the high repetition
rates.
3. The heating element has a short circuit or an
open circuit.
4. When an AC 2600 console is connected to the
station.
5. Any other trouble preventing the system from
working properly.
If any of the above mentioned causes is corrected,
the station will start working automatically, except if
there is an excess in an energy supply. In this case,
the station has to be switched off and restarted.
To indicate that the tool is in sleep-mode, the
green led starts pulsing.
These parameters can be modified using the
AC 2600 console Ref. 2600000.
In order to take full advantage of the sleep
function and as a security measure, it is
necessary to place the tool in the stand
when it is not being used.
When connecting an old version solder stand, it
may happen that the sleep function does not work.
To resolve this problem, you should make a bridge
between pins number 3 and 5 from the aerial
connector of the cable of the stand, that plugs in
the station.
Aerial connector
When pressing the button of the desoldering iron
handle, one of the two leds in the area marked
SUCTION will light up:
Green light -SUCTION- indicates the correct
functioning of the desoldering iron.
Red light -SUCTION- indicates a blockade within
the vacuum circuit.
This can be caused by the following:
- The tip of the desoldering iron is blocked.
- The solder tin deposit is full.
- The filter of the desoldering iron is dirty.
- The station’s external desoldering air filter is
dirty.
Bridge between
pin number 3 & 5
Only for users of AC 2600 console ref. 2600000.
If you lock the working temperature thanks to the
console, the green LED -READY- will remain on
while the dial is set at the locked temperature.
If the dial is not set at the locked temperature,
the green LED -READY- will be blinking. The
farther the dial will be set from the locked
temperature the slower the blinking pace will be.
3
The desoldering iron is connected to the station
following the below procedure:
The cable connection of the desoldering iron is
connected to the plug in the DR 8500 desoldering
iron stand and the vacuum hose is connected to
the external desoldering air filter, which is connected
to the vacuum connection of the station. The cable
connection of the desoldering iron stand can be
connected to any of the two connectors at the back
of the station. Very important, it is essential to
connect the mentioned filter to prevent from
damaging the vacuum pump.
DR 5600 DESOLDERING IRON
The AR 5800 station includes the following:
-
-
DR 5600 desoldering iron ref. 5600000 with
the 5600-003 tip ref.5600003.
Power desoldering iron: 75W.
DR 8500 desoldering iron stand ref. 0788500.
External desoldering air filter ref. 0821830.
Set of accessories ref. 0780593 with tips for the
desoldering iron: 5600-013, 5600-004 and
5600-005.
Connector
Vacuum inlet
Spare filters
Ref.0781046
DR 8500
Desoldering iron stand
Ref.0788500
External desoldering air filter
Ref.0821830
DR 5600
Desoldering iron
Ref.5600000
Heating element
Ref.5600010
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DR 5600 Ref.5600000
Solder tin deposit
Metal
Glass
Pushbutton vacuum pump
Vacuum hose
Desoldering tip
Desoldering iron cable
Heating element
Desoldering process
Tip care
Use the tip model with a larger diameter than the
pad to be desoldered, so as to achieve maximum
aspiration and thermal efficiency.
1 Apply the desoldering iron tip so that the
component terminal penetrates within its
orifice.
2 When the solder liquefies, start gently to rotate
the desoldering tip so that the component’s
terminal can be eased away from the sides.
3 Press then, not before, the vacuum pump
push-button just long enough to aspirate the
solder.
-
The largest rod that fits in the tip hole should
periodically be passed through in order to
clean the intake tube.
-
To clean the tips, use the sponge included
with the stand and check it is slightly moisted.
Only deionised water (car battery water)
should be used in order to wet the sponge
sponge.
If normal water was to be used, it is very likely
that the tip will become dirty due to the salts
dissolved within the water.
Do not file the tips or use abrasive tools
which may damage the tip’s protective
surface coating and avoid knocking them
about.
If the tip has been a long time without being
tinned, use a metal brush to remove any dirt
and oxid.
1
2
3
-
After pressing the desoldering key there is a
slight delay until the self-contained vacuum
pump stops, this is to make sure that the
vacuum circuit is completely empty.
If any solder remains are left on any terminal after
attempting to desolder it, resolder it with fresh
solder and repeat the desoldering operation.
-
IMPORTANT:: DO NOT press the pushbutton
vacuum pump while tinning the desoldering tip,
as the fumes given off by the flux would quickly
soil the ducts and filter of the air circuit.
5
DESOLDERING TIPS
These tips are
specially designed
to clean the pads.
Aø
Bø
Ref.
5600-011 5600-012
5600-013
5600-001
5600-002
5600-003
5600-004
5600-005
5600-006
5600-007
5600
001 / 011
002 / 012
003 / 013
004
005
006
007
A ø (mm)
1.4
1.8
2.7
3.2
3.4
4.2
4.8
B ø (mm)
0.6
0.8
1
1.3
1.6
2
2.5
max. pin ø
(mm)
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.1
1.4
1.7
2.3
Change of desoldering tip
To empty the solder tin deposit and change
the filter
This operation should be done while the tip is hot,
at a minimum temperature of 482°F, so that any
tin left inside is in molten state.
- Unscrew the tip to be replaced, with the aid of
the spanner supplied.
- Fit the new tip, and tighten up with the spanner
to achieve a good air tightness.
For this, the lid needs to be unscrewed and first
the tin deposit and then its spiral must be removed
to clean the inner part of the deposit with a brush.
-
The condition of the filter must be checked
and replaced if dirty or damaged.
The deposit needs to be inserted with spiral
filter put into place. Then the whole must be
closed by screwing the lid shut.
Lid
Filter Ref.0780840
Spiral
Deposit
Ref. 0780550
Brush
Ref. 0786640
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Solder tin deposits
-
Place the new heating element. Check that
the right extremity of the upper part of the
heating element is inserted in the slot
located inside the body of the desoldering
iron (see drawing hereunder).
-
Screw in the body of the desoldering iron.
Put the spiral and the filter back into the
deposit. Place the deposit inside the body
of the desoldering iron and screw in the
shut lid.
It can be chosen between two different deposit
types:
- Metal Ref. 0812630.
- Glass Ref. 0812620.
Change of the heating element of the
desoldering iron (Ref. 5600010)
-
To realize this operation, the lid needs to
be unscrewed and first the tin deposit and
then its spiral and filter must be removed
to clean the inner part of the deposit with
a brush.
Lid
Filter Ref. 0780840
Spiral
Deposit
Brush
Ref. 0786640
-
Screw out the body of the desoldering
iron. Open up the body and remove the
heating element.
Heating element
Ref. 5600010
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Changing the pump inlet filter
Verify the filter at the entrance of the pump, and
change it if dirty or obstructed, therefor:
Open the filter pulling the flap.
Take out the 2 cotton filters, throw away those
which are soiled and replace them with new
ones. Always use 2 filters.
Close the filter and check the airtightness.
-
Detecting air leaks in the circuit
To detect air leaks in the circuit:
-
Obstruct the tip inlet orifice
by pressing down on a
silicone disc, or bend the
tube
connecting
the
desoldering iron to the filter.
-
Press the pushbutton vacuum pump.
If the red led lights up, there is no loss of
suction. Otherwise air gets into the system at
some point. This can occur at the desoldering
tip, or may be caused by the lid of the deposit,
lids of filters or because the air pump does not
function correctly due to dirty valves which
occurs when the air filter has not been used
correctly.
Cleaning the vacuum pump valve
Open the control unit as follow:
-
Disconnect the control unit.
Turn it upside down, remove the fixing
screws.
Return the station to its normal position and
lift up the lid.
Undo the four screws fastening the pump cover.
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Clean the valve with a cloth dampened in
alcohol. If it is too soiled, replace it with new
one. Ref. 0982970.
The 2210/2225 handpiece has to be connected
to the AD 8210 stand which has been especially
designed for this handpiece.
One version of soldering iron handpiece covered
with heat isolater is available:
- 2245 Confort handpiece ref. 2245110.
These articles are not delivered with the station.
The 2210, 2225 and 2245 handpieces and
cartridges comply with the MIL-SPEC-2000
referring to the potential difference between the
soldering tip and ground connection, must be
less than 2 mV.
For a soldering handpiece to work properly, the
following components are required: a control unit, a
handpiece and the corresponding stand and
cartridge.
The soldering iron is connected to the station in the
following way:
The cable connection of the soldering iron is
connected to the plug in the soldering iron stand
and the cable connection of the soldering iron
stand can be connected to any of the two
connectors at the back of the station. Please find
the connection plan on figure.
ADVANCED HANDPIECES RANGE
All the Advanced soldering handpieces range can
be connected to the AR 5800 station.
The AR 5800 station includes the following products:
- 2245 handpiece ref. 2245000 with the 2245003 cartridge Ref. 2245003. Power: 50W. For
general soldering work.
- AD 8245 soldering iron stand ref. 0788245.
- Set of accessories ref. 0780593 with 2245-007
cartridge Ref. 2245007. It can be chosen from a
wide range of different 2245 cartridges to adapt
perfectly to the needs of the job (pag. 16).
The following soldering handpiece can be connected
to the AR 5800 station:
- 2210/2225 handpiece ref. 2210000. Power:
20W. For high precision work, SMD etc. This
handpiece can be used with the 2210 and 2225
cartridges. The 2225 cartridges are smaller
than the 2245 cartridges and much more
powerful than the 2210 cartridges. Available
2210 and 2225 cartridges: see page 18.
Connector
AD 8210
soldering iron stand
Ref.0788210
AD 8245
soldering iron stand
Ref.0788245
2245 handpiece Ref. 2245000
2245 cartridges
2210/2225 handpiece Ref.
2210000
2210 cartridges
2225 cartridges
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Changing the handpiece's cartridge
XXXXX
With the Advanced system, the cartridge can be
changed quickly, without turning off the station,
so you have two soldering irons in one. Here is
what to do to change the cartridge::
XX
Alignment
-
Important.
It is essential to insert the cartridge till the end
for a good connection. Take the mark
as
reference.
Advanced series cartridge
The cartridge is made of the heating element
which has the heating system, a temperature
sensor and a long life tip.
The long-life tip is basically made of:
1 - Place the handpiece and remove the cartridge.
1
2
3
4
Copper
Iron
Chromium
Tin plate
Long-life tip care
Except for the copper core, the rest of metals are
placed galvanically on relatively thin layers,
therefore it is necessary to avoid anything which
could cause their destruction.
To clean the tips, use the sponge included with
the stand and check that it is slightly moisted.
Only deionised water (car battery water)
should be used in order to wet the sponge
sponge. If
normal water was to be used, it is very likely that
the tip will become dirty due to the salts dissolved
within the water.
To re-tin the soldering tips, we recommend using
the TT 9400 tip tinner/cleaner ref. 9400000.
2 - Place the handpiece on top of the new cartridge,
press it slightly down and remove the handpiece.
3 - Press the cartridge into the opening A, B or C:
A. For straight 2210 and 2225 cartridges.
B. For curved 2210 and 2225 cartridges.
C. For 2245 cartridges.
10
AC 2600 console
Fume extractor accessories
For 2245 handpiece:
Standard Ref.0495000
Confort Ref.0781324
+20mm longer
Ref.0455002
AC 2600
Ref. 2600000
For 2210/2225
handpiece
Ref.0265000
Specially designed for the Advanced Series
2210/2225 and 2245 handpieces. Easily clips
onto the handpiece and can be quickly removed
for easy maintenance.
The AC 2600 console is designed for modifying
the original regulation program parameters of the
following Advanced control units:
- AD 2000 soldering station.
- AD 2200 soldering station.
- DI 3000 digital soldering station (**).
- AD 4200 and AD 4300 dual soldering stations.
- AR 5500, AR 5800 (*) and DS 5300 (*) desoldering
stations.
- AM 6000 and AM 6500 (*) rework stations.
(*) These stations need a console whose
program version is 4.0 or higher.
(**) These stations need a console whose
program version is 5.01 or higher.
Changes avalaible to perform:
- Fixing the the working temperature.
- Selection of temperature units in Celsius grades
-°C- or Fahrenheit -°F-.
- Modification of sleep temperatures and standby
times.
- Adjustment of temperature.
- Set the parameters back to the original parameters.
- Read-out data:
Working hours.
Sleep cycles and sleep hours.
Cartridge and iron changes.
Program version.
Temperature sealing-cover
Accesory which replaces the
selection temperature button and
it is use to prevent operators
from changing the temperature
that has been pre-selected.
Indicates
the
selected
temperature.
0261410
JBC reserves the right to make technical changes without
prior notification.
11
12
Valid from Serial N. 92000
ELECTRIC WIRING DIAGRAM
13
14
15
16
17
18
AD 2200
AM 6500
Soldering stations for specialized use with SMD
components assemblies.
Station for rework and repair of through-hole and
SMT boards.
JT 7000
TE 5000
Hot-air flow repair station for desoldering all types of
SMD’s particulary QFPs and PLCCs of any size.
Hot-air flow repair station designed for soldering
and desoldering small and medium-sized SMDs.
19
WARRANTY
Instructions manual
US Version
ENGLISH
The JBC 2 years warranty, guarantees
this equipment against all manufacturing
defects, covering the replacement of
defective parts and all necessary labour.
Warranty does not cover product wear
due to use or mis-use.
In order for the warranty to be valid,
equipment must be returned, postage
paid, to the dealer where it was purchased
enclosing this, fully filled in, sheet.
SERIAL Nº
STAMP OF DEALER
D E S O L D E R I N G S TAT I O N
MANUFACTURED BY
JBC Industrias, S.A.
Ramón y Cajal, 3 - 08750 MOLINS DE REI
BARCELONA - SPAIN
Tel.: +34 93 325 32 00 - Fax: +34 93 680 49 70
http://www.jbctools.com e-mail:[email protected]
0781058-1003
✂
DATE OF PURCHASE
AR 5800
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