Manual - Electrocomponents

Manual - Electrocomponents
ST 40A Systems
Operation & Maintenance Manual
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MANUAL NUMBER 5050-0361
REV. D
SYSTEM QUICK START
The ST 40A system is very easy to operate and can be
quickly set up for use in standard soldering operations.
To begin operation of your new system quickly,
perform the "Set-Up" and "Quick Start - Basic
Operation" procedures detailed on pages 6-11 & 16-17
of this manual. A shaded title bar on each of these pages
highlight their location.
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local authorized PACE distributor or contact PACE directly at:
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Table of Contents
TITLE
PAGE
General Information ................................................................................................ 4
Introduction .................................................................................................. 4
Specifications................................................................................................ 4
Parts Identification ........................................................................................ 5
Safety ....................................................................................................................... 6
Set-Up ...................................................................................................................... 6
System .......................................................................................................... 6
SP Tip & Tool Stand ................................................................................ 7
Handpiece Connection ............................................................................ 8
Air Hose Routing .................................................................................... 8
System Power Up .................................................................................... 8
Heater Burn In .............................................................................................. 9
PaceLink ..................................................................................................... 11
Handpiece Tips ...................................................................................................... 12
Tip Selection & Use .................................................................................... 12
Tip Installation ............................................................................................ 14
Quick Start - Basic Operation ............................................................................... 16
Introduction ................................................................................................ 16
Quick Start Procedure ................................................................................. 16
Operation ............................................................................................................... 18
Definitions .................................................................................................. 18
Auto Tip Temperature Compensation ......................................................... 19
Password ..................................................................................................... 19
Basic Operation .......................................................................................... 20
Digital Readout Operation .................................................................... 20
Power Up ............................................................................................... 22
Panel Controls ....................................................................................... 22
Temperature Setback .................................................................................. 27
Activation .............................................................................................. 27
Operation ............................................................................................... 27
Exiting Temperature Setback ................................................................ 28
Auto Off Safety System .............................................................................. 28
Operation ............................................................................................... 28
Exiting Auto Off .................................................................................... 28
Factory Settings .......................................................................................... 29
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Table of Contents
TITLE
PAGE
Set-Up Mode ......................................................................................................... 30
Introduction ................................................................................................ 30
Entering Set-Up Mode ................................................................................ 30
Operation .................................................................................................... 31
Password................................................................................................ 31
°F/°C Digital Readout ........................................................................... 32
Temperature Limits ............................................................................... 32
Temperature Setback ............................................................................. 33
Auto Off Safety System ........................................................................ 34
Digital Readout Accuracy........................................................................... 34
Corrective Maintenance ........................................................................................ 35
Digital Readout Message Codes................................................................. 35
Power Source .............................................................................................. 36
Handpieces.................................................................................................. 37
Heater Replacement .................................................................................... 38
Replacement Parts ................................................................................................. 40
SP-1A/SP-2A Handpieces .......................................................................... 40
Accessory Items .......................................................................................... 41
Manual Improvement & Comment Form ............................................................. 42
TABLE
PAGE
Table
I Single Point Tips................................................................................. 13
Table
II Factory Settings .................................................................................. 29
Table III Digital Readout Message Codes ........................................................ 35
Table IV Power Source Corrective Maintenance .............................................. 36
Table
V Heater Assembly Checkout Procedures ............................................. 37
Table VI SP-1A/SP-2A Parts ............................................................................. 40
Table VII Accessory Items.................................................................................. 41
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General Information
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the PACE model ST 40A Digital Soldering System. This
manual will provide you with the information necessary to properly set up, operate
and maintain the ST 40A system.
The ST 40A system utilizes the model PPS 25A power source which incorporates a
highly responsive SensaTemp (closed loop) control system providing up to 80
Watts of total power to a single output channel. The standard SP-2A Sodr-Pen
(uses 3/16" shank tips) provides high capacity heating necessary to perform
thru-hole soldering and SMT component removal/replacement operations. The
optional SP-1A Sodr-Pen (uses 1/8" shank tips) incorporates a smaller profile
heater assembly to access solder joints on very densely populated assemblies.
Other available PACE SensaTemp handpieces may be used with the ST 40A system
to perform a wide variety of advanced surface mount & thru-hole component
removal/replacement operations. These include:
TT-65 ThermoTweez Handpiece
TP-65 ThermoPik Handpiece*
TJ-70 Mini ThermoJet Handpiece*
SX-70 Sodr-X-Tractor Handpiece*
* These handpieces require an air source. Any of these handpieces can be used if the
system power source is connected to a PACE ST 60 system (via PaceLink Receptacle).
Alternatively, a Ped-A-Vac III Foot Pedal may be purchased and connected to a 60-90
p.s.i. air supply to provide a vacuum source for these Air Handpieces.
Specifications
System Power Source Power Requirements:
The system power sources are available in either the 115 VAC, 230 VAC or 100 VAC
version as listed below. The 230 VAC version system bears the CE Conformity
Marking which assures the user that it conforms to all the requirements of council
directive EMC 89/336/EEC. Exposure to radio frequency interference in the range of
27-400 MHz may cause 230 VAC system resets or loss of handpiece temperature; the
system functions normally once interference is removed.
PPS 25A (ST 40A system)
Operates on 97-127 VAC, 50/60Hz
90 Watts maximum at 115 VAC, 60Hz
PPS 25AE (ST 40AE system) Version operates on 197-264 VAC 50/60Hz
80 Watts maximum at 230 VAC, 50Hz
PPS 25AJ (ST 40AJ system)
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Version operates on 90-115 VAC 50/60Hz
80 Watts maximum at 100 VAC, 50/60Hz
General Information
Temperature Specifications:
Tip Temperature Range: 38°C to 482°C (100°F to 900°F) nominal.
Temperature Stability: ±1.1°C (±2°F) at idle from set tip temp.
NOTE - Actual minimum and maximum Operating Tip Temperatures may
vary depending on Handpiece, Tip selection and application.
EOS/ESD Specifications:
The specifications shown below apply except on "Soft Ground Systems"
which have a 1 meg ohm current limiting resistance and a label placed on
the power source front panel referring to EN 100015-1.
Tip-To-Ground Resistance: Less than 5 ohms.
AC Leakage: Less than 2 Millivolts RMS from 50Hz to 500Hz.
Parts Identification
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Safety
The following are safety precautions which personnel must understand and follow
when using or servicing this product.
1. SensaTemp handpiece heaters and installed tips are hot when the
handpiece is powered on. DO NOT touch either the heater or the tip.
Severe burns may result.
2. The enclosed SP Tip & Tool Stand has been designed specifically for use
with the Sodr-Pen (SP-1A & SP-2A) and houses the handpiece in a
manner which protects the user from accidental burns. Always store the
handpiece in the SP Tip & Tool Stand.
3. Always use this system in a well ventilated area. A fume extraction
system such as those available from PACE are highly recommended to
help protect personnel from solder flux fumes.
4. Exercise proper precautions when using materials (e.g., fluxes & solder
paste). Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) supplied with each
material and follow to all safety precautions recommended by the
manufacturer.
5. POTENTIAL SHOCK HAZARD - Repair procedures on this product
should be performed by Qualified Service Personnel only. Line voltage
parts will be exposed when the equipment is disassembled. Service
personnel must avoid contact with these parts when troubleshooting the
power source.
Set-Up
System
Set up the ST 40A system using the following steps and associated drawings.
1. Store the shipping container(s) in a
convenient location. Reuse of these
containers will prevent damage if you
store or ship the system.
2. Place the Power Switch in the “OFF” or
“0” position.
3. Place 4 of the supplied Rubber Feet on
the base (bottom) of the power source.
Remove the paper backing and place in
corner indentations.
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Set-Up
SP Tip & Tool Stand
4. Place the 4 remaining Rubber
Feet on the bottom corners of the
enclosed SP Tip & Tool Stand.
5. The SP Tip & Tool Stand may be
used as “free standing” or may be
attached to either side of the
power source. Attach the stand
using the following procedure.
a) Insert the 2 enclosed Mounting
Screws (head first) into the 2
power source mounting slots
shown. Slide the screws toward
the rear of the power source.
b) Place the SP Tip & Tool Stand
beside the power source, inserting
ends of the 2 Mounting Screws
into the 2 SP Tip & Tool Stand
lower mounting holes shown.
c) Install a knurled Thumb Nut onto
the end of each Mounting Screw.
Tighten Thumb Nuts to secure the
stand in position.
6. Place the supplied sponge in the
SP Tip & Tool Stand using the
following procedure.
a) Remove the 2 small punched out
center portions of the sponge &
place into the sponge well of the
stand in the position shown.
b) Place the large sponge section into
the sponge well as shown.
c) Dampen the sponges with water.
7. Place the handpiece into the SP Tip &
Tool Stand.
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Set-Up
Handpiece Connection
8. Connect the handpiece connector plug into the Power Receptacle in the
following manner.
a) With the Connector Key end facing
the power source, turn the Locking
Ring fully counterclockwise .
b) Align the Connector Key with the
Receptacle Keyway.
c) Insert the connector into the Power
Receptacle.
d) Turn the Locking Ring fully
clockwise to secure in place.
Air Hose Routing
When using an Air Handpiece (e.g., SX-70
Sodr-X-Tractor) or a Tip-Evac Fume Extraction
System, route any associated air hose(s) through
the 2 Air Hose Feed Thru holes located on the
bottom of the power source.
System Power Up
9. Insert the female end of the power cord into the AC Power Receptacle at
the rear panel of the power source.
10. Plug the the prong end (male end) of the power cord into a 3 wire
grounded AC supply receptacle. The system is now ready for operation.
CAUTION
To insure operator safety, the AC supply receptacle must be checked for
proper grounding before initial operation.
11. Read the “Operation” section of this manual thoroughly before operating
the system.
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Set-Up
Heater Burn In
To insure optimum performance and long life, new handpieces must undergo a burn
in procedure. A Red tag is attached to each handpiece and with replacement heater
assemblies which describes the proper procedure. The ST 40A system however,
has a Burn In feature which, when activated will burn in the heater in a similar
manner as is described on the tag. Use this feature when setting up a new ST 40A
system (burn in all handpieces) or when replacing a handpiece heater assembly.
NOTE
As received from the factory, the Set Temperature will be "OFF". The system
power source must have an entered Set Temperature before using this
feature. If the SetTemperature is "OFF", enter a temperature at this time (see
Operation section of this manual).
Ensure that the system is placed in a well-ventilated area. Smoke will be
emitted from the heater assembly during the burn in cycle.
Use the following instructions to perform the Heater Burn In procedure.
1. Place the Power Switch in the “OFF” (0) position.
2. Ensure that the handpiece is connected to the system power source.
3. Some handpieces heater assemblies are shipped with a plastic cap
installed on the end of the heater assembly. If this cap is present, remove
the cap and discard. The cap is used for shipping purposes only.
4. Press and hold the Set and Scroll
Up (▲) keys together.
5. Place the Power Switch in the
“ON” (I) position. The Digital
Readout will display “VERSION
X.X”.
6. Immediately release the Set and
Scroll Up (▲) keys.
7. Press the Set Key to enter the
Burn In Mode.
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Set-Up
8. The system is now in the Burn In
Mode. The handpiece heater will
begin to heat up with the temperature
displayed (in °C or °F) on the Digital
Readout. The message “Heater Burn
In” (flashing off and on) and an hour
glass graphic will appear and will
continue to be displayed until the
conclusion of the burn in cycle.
9. The temperature of the heater will
stabilize at 315°C (or 600 °F) and
remain at that temperature for 10
minutes.
10. At the conclusion of the 10 minute
period, the heater temperature will
increase to 427°C (or 800°F) and
remain at that temperature for 15
minutes.
11. At the conclusion of the 15 minute
time period, power is removed from
the heater. The Digital Readout will
display “Burn In Complete”. Press
and release the Set Key to “EXIT”
Heater Burn In and return the system
to the Temperature Display Mode
(normal operation).
NOTE
The microprocessor circuitry within the unit monitors the system to insure
proper results. If any abnormalities are encountered, the Burn In cycle will
be interrupted and an error message displayed. If this situation should occur,
turn the system off and perform the procedure again. If the cycle is
interrupted a second time, refer to Table V and check for handpiece
malfunction. If a second handpiece is available, perform the procedure using
that handpiece.
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Set-Up
PACELINK
The PaceLink Receptacle on the front panel of the power source allows the you to
link your ST 40A system to the AUTO SNAP-VAC and Controllable PRESSURE
features of a ST 60 system . If an air handpiece (SX-70, TP-65 or TJ-70) is
connected to the ST 40A, actuation of its finger switch will activate air flow
through the AUTO SNAP-VAC and Controllable PRESSURE ports of the ST 60
system. To link your ST 40A system to a ST 60 system, perform the following
procedure.
1. Place your ST 40A & ST 60 systems
adjacent to each other (side by side
or stacked one on top of the other).
2. Use a PaceLink cable (available from
your local PACE distributor)) to
connect the systems. Place the plugs
ends of the cable into the PaceLink
Receptacles on both systems.
3. Ensure that a VisiFilter assembly is
connected to the ST 60 AUTO
SNAP-VAC Port.
4. Connect the Air Hose of the
handpiece currently in use to the
VisiFilter assembly or Controllable
PRESSURE Port.
CAUTION
Systems connected together through the PaceLink must be used and controlled
by a single operator. Any attempt to operate by more than one individual can
create a hazard condition and will cause a deterioration in performance.
Ensure that only one air hose is connected to the AUTO SNAP-VAC or
Controllable PRESSURE port at one time. Attachment to both ports
simultaneously will cause a deterioration in performance.
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Handpiece Tips
Tip Selection & Use
1. HEAT TRANSFER: Maximize thermal
transfer by selecting the shortest, fattest tip with
the largest surface contact area which
appropriately fits the work. Keep the tip clean
and freshly tinned, and clean the work of oxides
or other residues.
When soldering, angle the tip to the joint so that
there is maximum surface contact area. The use
of a “solder bridge” to enhance “thermal
linkage” will also improve heat transfer.
2. TIP ACCESS & VISIBILITY: The tip selected must easily contact the
joint without touching the board substrate, adjacent components or other
solder joints.
Longer, thinner, more tapered tips allow the operator to more easily
access and view the solder joint during soldering for better process
control. However, such tips generally have much less heat transfer
ability than shorter, fatter tips.
3. TIP TEMPERATURE: Use the lowest tip temperature which will
achieve rapid yet controllable melt of the entire joint(s). Begin with a
temperature of 316°C (600°F) and adjust as necessary to suit the
particular application and operator skill level. Lower tip temperatures
reduce the risk of damage and increase tip life.
4. SMT REMOVAL: Tips for SMT removal
applications must fit over (or around) the
component body, and contact all the solder
joints at once. When all the solder joints reflow
completely, remove the component.
5. HANDPIECES: The SP-2A Sodr-Pen (which comes standard with your
ST 40A system) uses 3/16" shank tips providing maximum heat transfer
for Surface Mount and multilayer board applications.
The optional SP-1A Sodr-Pen uses 1/8" shank tips and features a slimmer,
more compact heater for easier access on densely populated assemblies.
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Handpiece Tips
Shown below is a partial listing of available single point and SMT tip
configurations. Contact your local authorized PACE distributor for the
Tip & Applications catalog which contains a complete list of tips.
3/16" SHANK EXTENDED REACH
TIPS
(for SP-2A Sodr-Pen)
3/16" SHANK TIPS
(for SP-2A Sodr-Pen)
DESCRIPTION
PART #
DESCRIPTION
PART #
1/64" Conical
1121-0357 1/64" Conical
1121-0528
1/64" Bent Conical
1121-0363 1/32" Conical
1121-0527
1/32" Chisel
1121-0359 1/16" Chisel
1121-0533
1/32" Bent Chisel
1121-0361 3/32" Chisel
1121-0529
1/32" Conical
1121-0336 1/8" Chisel
1121-0530
1/16" Chisel (MicroFine)
1121-0349 3/16" Chisel
1121-0531
1/16" Chisel
1121-0335 Single Sided Chisel
1121-0532
1/16" Chisel (High Capacity)
1121-0414
1/16" Chisel (Extended Reach)
1121-0499
1/16" Bent Chisel (Ext. Reach)
1121-0500 1/64" Conical
1121-0516
3/32" Chisel
1121-0360 1/64" Bent Conical
1121-0526
1/8" Chisel
1121-0337 3/64" Chisel
1121-0524
3/16" Chisel
1121-0358 3/64" Bent Chisel
1121-0525
Single Sided Chisel
1121-0406 1/16" Chisel
1121-0510
1/4" Flat Blade
1121-0402 1/8" Chisel
1121-0518
0.40" Flat Blade
1121-0305
Mini-Wave
1121-0490
*These tips (1/8" shank) can be installed
in the SP-2A Sodr-Pen using the PACE
AdapTip (Part Number 1360-0083-P1).
3/16" SHANK THERMO-DRIVE TIPS
(for SP-2A Sodr-Pen)
1/8" SHANK TIPS*
(for SP-1A Sodr-Pen)
1/32" Conical
1121-0503
1/16" Chisel
1121-0502
1/8" Chisel
1121-0501
Table I. Single Point Tips
3/16" Shank Thermo-Drive
Chisel Tip
Socket Tip
3/16" Shank Chisel Tip
SOIC Tip
FlatPack Tip
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Handpiece Tips
Tip Installation
For maximum productivity and proper fit, install tips into your Sodr-Pen when the
heater is hot.
CAUTION
Hold the handpiece with the heater pointed up at an angle to prevent injury
to personnel.
1. Select the proper tip for your application. Refer to Table I or the PACE
Tip & Applications Catalog.
2. Install the selected tip in the following manner.
a) Hold the handpiece with the heater up at an angle (heater hot).
b) Insert the Tip all the way into the heater bore using the supplied Tip
Tool.
c) Gently tighten the heater Set Screw.
3. Recheck the tip Set Screw periodically to insure that it remains snug.
NOTE
Periodically, clean the heater bore with a properly sized wire brush (3/16"
O.D. for SP-2A and 1/8" O.D. for SP-1A) to insure optimum heat transfer and
proper tip grounding.
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Quick Start - Basic Operation
Introduction
The ST 40A system is very easy to operate. As received from the factory, the system
can be quickly set up for use in standard soldering operations. Simply perform the
following Quick Start Procedure to begin system operation.
Quick Start Procedure
1. Insure that the Set-Up procedure has been performed; including the
Heater Burn In procedure. Check for the following:
a) Handpiece connection to the power source.
b) Proper tip installed in handpiece.
c) Power cord connection between house AC supply receptacle and the
power source.
2. Turn the Power Switch “On” (“1”).
3. Press the Set Key.
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S e t Te m p = O F F
Press SET then
Quick Start - Basic Operation
4. Immediately press the Scroll Up (▲) Key
to increase the desired Tip Temperature.
Press the Scroll Down (▼) Key to
decrease the desired Tip Temperature.
XXX C
Te m p = X X X C
S e t Te m p = X X X C
5. Press the Set Key.
6. Observe the Digital Readout as the “Set
Temp” stabilizes at the desired Tip
Temperature
Te m p = X X X C
NOTE
Read the “Operation” and “Set-Up Mode” sections of this manual to utilize the
full capabilities of the system. This is especially important when using large
soldering tips or other SensaTemp handpieces.
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Operation
IMPORTANT
PACE recommends that you not read the “Set-Up Mode” section until after
you feel comfortable with system operation. Please read the following
“Operation" section thoroughly before changing the system settings.
Definitions
Please read and become familiar with the definitions of each of the following terms
which are used repeatedly in the following operational procedures.
AUTO OFF - Safety feature which turns power off (30-120 minutes) after the
system has entered Temperature Setback.
OPERATING TIP TEMPERATURE - The true tip temperature at which the
handpiece tip operates at any given time. This temperature is displayed on the
Digital Readout (“Temp = XXX”) in normal operation.
SET TIP TEMPERATURE - The operator selected idle tip temperature (“Set
Temp = XXX”) entered into the system memory in Tip Temperature Set Mode for
the connected handpiece/tip combination.
SET-UP MODE - Mode of operation in which the operator can quickly and easily
adjust the system parameters (e.g., temperature limits, password, setback time).
TEMPERATURE DISPLAY MODE (normal operation) - Normal operating mode
of the system in which the Operating Tip Temperature is displayed. Additionally, the
Set Tip Temperature will also be displayed after temperature adjustment until the
temperature stabilizes. In Temperature Display Mode, "**" will be displayed on the
Digital Readout if the Tip Offset Constant value is greater than 0.
TEMPERATURE SETBACK - System feature which, when enabled, will
independently set back the Set Tip Temperature to 177°C (350°F) after a user
selected period of handpiece inactivity (5 to 120 minutes settable in 1 minute
increments). This feature is enabled (or disabled) in the Set-Up Mode.
TIP OFFSET CONSTANT - Specific value for a given handpiece/tip combination
upon which the system automatically calculates the correct Tip Temperature Offset
at any entered Set Tip Temperature. This value is the temperature loss (Tip
Temperature Offset) at 371°C (700°F).
TIP OFFSET MODE - Mode of operation in which the system’s Tip Offset
Constant value can be viewed or altered. In this mode, the stored value appears on
the top line of the Digital Readout (Set Tip Temperature appears on the bottom line).
TIP TEMPERATURE SET MODE - Mode of operation in which the Set Tip
Temperature can be viewed or altered. In this mode, the stored value appears on
the top line of the Digital Readout (the Tip Offset Constant appears on the bottom
line if greater than 0).
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Operation
TIP TEMPERATURE OFFSET - Difference in value between the temperature
measured by the temperature sensor (at the heater) and the true temperature of the tip
at a given Set Tip Temperature.
NOTE
As with any system, Set and Operating Tip Temperatures are only exactly
equal when the handpiece is idling (unloaded at equilibrium). During use,
(i.e., under load) the Operating Tip Temperature will usually be lower.
Auto Tip Temperature Compensation
Differences between the temperature settings and true tip temperatures are
negligible when using Thru-Hole, single point soldering tips. With any heating
system however, True Tip Temperatures can differ greatly from temperature settings
when using larger SMT soldering tips. This difference is called Tip Temperature
Offset. The ST 40A Auto Tip Temperature Compensation feature lets you set and
display true tip temperatures regardless of size and type of tip or handpiece. PACE
recommends the use of the Tip & Temperature Selection System booklet (PACE
P/N 5050-0251) as a guide to accurately set and maintain a true tip temperature for
any size and type of SMT tip.
Password
The Password feature of the ST 40A system, when activated, will prevent
unauthorized alteration of stored system temperature parameters and feature
settings (refer to Table I, “Factory Settings”). If a Password has been installed,
the Digital Readout will display an instruction to enter the Password (a 4 key
sequence of the keys on the system front panel) when a setting change is
attempted.
Entry of the correct Password at this point will allow the operator to proceed
with the desired changes. Once the correct Password has been entered, the
operator can continue to make changes to Tip Temperature and Tip Temperature
Offset settings. To reactivate the Password protection, simply press either the
Scroll Up or Scroll Down key when the system is in the Temperature Display
Mode (normal operation). The Password protection will also be reactivated if
the system is turned off and then back on. Refer to the “Set-Up Mode” section
of this manual for instructions on entering, changing or removing a Password.
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Operation
Basic Operation
The ST 40A system is very easy to adjust and operate. The following instructions
direct the operator to adjust temperature settings to levels that are arbitrary to
familiarize the operator with the system. The illustrations depict temperature in °C.
1. Insure that the system is properly prepared for operation. Refer to
the “Set-Up” portion of this manual. The handpiece selected for your
application should be connected to the unit. Refer to the Tip
Selection & Use section of this manual for more detailed information
on selection of the proper tip, handpiece and temperature options for
your particular application.
Digital Readout Operation
2. The Digital Readout provides a 2 line LCD
display of the temperature information.
The Digital Readout will show:
a) The software version of the system
power source for 2 seconds on initial
power up.
b) Temperature display in °C or °F
(programmable in Set-Up Mode).
c) The Operating Tip Temperature
(“Temp = XXX”) and the Set Tip
Temperature (“Set Temp = XXX”).
d) The Operating Tip Temperature when
it stabilizes. The Set Tip Temperature
will disappear and only the Operating
Tip Temperature display will remain.
The system is now in Temperature
Display Mode (normal operation).
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XXX C
XXX C
XXX C
Operation
e) An hour glass icon at the top left corner
of the Digital Readout if the
Temperature Setback/Auto Off features
are enabled. This icon will flash 1
minute prior to Temperature Setback
and will continue flashing in
Temperature Setback.
f) The Set Tip Temperature (“Set Temp =
XXX”) in the Tip Temperature Set
Mode, and the Tip Offset Constant
value ("Offset = XXX") for offset
values greater than 0.
g) The Tip Offset Constant ("Offset =
XXX") above the Set Tip Temperature
(“Set Temp = XXX”) i n the Tip
Offset Mode.
h) "**" in Temperature Display Mode, if
the stored Tip Offset Constant value is
greater than 0.
XXX C
XXX
XXX
XXX C
XXX C
i) A variety of text messages to denote
system status (e.g., time to setback,
Password entry instruction etc.).
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Operation
Power Up
3. Turn the Power Switch ON (“1”).
NOTE
If the Power Receptacle does not have a handpiece attached, “Open Sensor
Check Handpiece” will be displayed on the Digital Readout.
Panel Controls
4. With a handpiece connected to the system
the Digital Readout will display the
stored Set Tip Temperature and the
Operating Tip Temperature. If the Digital
Readout displays “Set Temp = OFF”
(factory setting), proceed to step 5.
Allow sufficient time for the handpiece to
heat and the Operating Tip Temperature
(“Temp = XXX”) to stabilize at the Set Tip
Temperature. The Digital Readout will
now display only the Operating Tip
Temperature (plus "**" if the stored Tip
Offset Constant value is greater than 0).
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XXX C
XXX C
XXX C
Operation
5. Press the Offset Key. The Digital
Readout will display the Tip Offset
Constant value (which is "0" as received
from the factory). If the Offset Key is
immediately pressed again, or if no other
operation occurs within 5 seconds, the
Digital Readout will revert to the
Temperature Display Mode (normal
operation).
XXX
XXX °C
NOTE
If a Password has been previously programmed
into the system, a message will be displayed on
the Digital Readout (when a setting change is
attempted) requiring the operator to enter the
correct Password before adjusting the system
parameters. Refer to "Password" in the
"Operation" portion of this manual.
6. If the Digital Readout reverts to the
Temperature Display Mode (normal
operation), press the Offset Key once to
enter Tip Offset Mode. Immediately press
and hold the Scroll Up (▲) Key. Observe
the displayed Tip Offset Constant value
increase, first in 1° and then in 10°
increments. Release the key when the Tip
Temperature Offset value reads “033” for
°C (“060” for °F).
7. While still in the Tip Temperature Offset
Mode, press and hold the Scroll Down
(▼) Key. Observe the displayed Tip
Offset Constant decrease first in 1° and
then in 10° increments. Release the key
when the Digital Readout displays “028”
for °C (“050” for °F).
033
XXX C
028
XXX C
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Operation
8. Immediately press the Offset Key to
exit the Tip Offset Mode and enter the
new Tip Offset Constant into the
system memory.
028
XXX C
NOTE - “**” appears on the Digital Readout
if a Tip Offset Constant value greater than
0 (the default) has been stored in system
memory. Refer to “Auto Tip Temperature
Compensation” for a complete discussion
of Tip Temperature Offset function.
9. Press the Set Key. This is Tip Temperature
Set Mode. As received from the factory,
the Digital Readout will display “Set Temp
= OFF”. If the Set Key is immediately
pressed again, or if no other operation
occurs within 5 seconds, the Digital
Readout will revert to the Temperature
Display Mode (normal operation).
10. If the Digital Readout reverts to the
Temperature Display Mode (normal
operation), press the Set Key once to
enter Tip Set Mode. Immediately press
and hold the Scroll Up (▲) Key.
Observe as the displayed Set Tip
Temperature increases first in 1°, then in
10° increments (°C or °F). Release the
key when the Digital Readout reads
316°C (or 600°F).
Immediately press the Set Key once
again. Observe the Digital Readout as
the Operating Tip Temperature reaches
316°C (or 600°F). The Digital Readout
will display both the Set Tip Temperature
and the (true) Operating Tip Temperature.
When the Operating Tip Temperature
reaches the Set Tip Temperature and
stabilizes, only the Operating Tip
Temperature will be displayed.
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XXX C
XXX C
028
316 C
316 C
Operation
11. Press the Set Key once to enter the Tip
Temperature Set Mode. Immediately
press & hold the Scroll Down (▼) Key.
Observe as the displayed Set Tip
Temperature decreases first in 1° and then
in 10° increments (°C or °F). Release the
key when the Digital Readout displays
288°C (550°F). Immediately press the
Set Key once again.
12. Immediately press the Set Key (or wait 6
seconds) to exit the Tip Temperature Set
Mode and observe the Operating Tip
Temperature decrease to 288°C (550°F).
288 C
028
288 C
13. The system will retain the stored Set Tip
Temperature and Tip Offset Constant
even when power is removed.
14. Turn the Power Switch to the OFF (“0”)
position. Turn the switch back to the ON
(“1”) position.
15. Press the Set Key. Notice that the system
has retained the stored Set Tip
Temperature and Tip Offset Constant in
memory. Immediately press the Set Key
once again to exit Tip Temperature Set
Mode.
288 C
028
16. In order to prevent a handpiece/tip
combination from inadvertently operating
at an incorrect Tip Temperature, the
system will not retain a stored Tip Offset
Constant if a handpiece is disconnected
with power on. The Tip Offset Constant
will return to the default value of “0” (for
°C or °F). Disconnect the handpiece.
Reconnect the handpiece.
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Operation
IMPORTANT
Tip Offset values change as the Set Tip Temperature is changed. The
ST 40A system embodies a "Dynamic Offset" feature which
automatically adjusts the Tip Offset value as you change your Set Tip
Temperature. Refer to "Auto Tip Temperature Compensation" for more
detailed information on this important feature. PACE recommends the
use of the Tip & Temperature Selection System booklet (PACE P/N
5050-0251) as a guide to accurately set and maintain a true tip
temperature for any size and type of SMT tip. Using this booklet,
you only need to enter the listed Tip Offset Constant for your tip
(stored value is for Tip Offset at 371°C or 700°F).
Always set the appropriate Tip Offset Constant for the selected
handpiece/tip combination before entering the desired Set Tip
Temperature. The maximum possible Offset is “139” for °C (“250” for
°F). The Set Tip Temperature + the Dynamically Adjusted Tip Offset
value (usually different from the entered Tip Offset Constant) cannot
exceed 489°C (912°F). If this limit is exceeded, the system will
automatically lower the maximum possible Set (and Operating) Tip
Temperature accordingly.
17. Press the Offset Key. Notice that the Tip
Offset Constant has now changed to the
default value of “000” (for °C or °F).
Whenever the channel becomes inactive
(no connected handpiece), the Tip Offset
Constant automatically reverts to the
default.
18. While in Tip Offset Mode, use the Scroll
Up (▲) and Scroll Down (▼) Keys to set
Tip Offset Constant value as desired.
Press and release the Offset Key to exit
Tip Offset Mode and enter this value into
system memory.
19. Press the Set Key and use the Scroll Up
▲) and Scroll Down (▼) Keys to enter
(▲
your desired Set Tip Temperature. Press
the Set Key again to enter Temperature
Display Mode (normal operation).
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000
288 C
XXX
288 C
XXX C
XXX
Operation
Temperature Setback
To preserve tip life and save energy, the ST 40A system can be programmed to
automatically set back its Tip Temperature to 177°C (350°F) after a selected period
of handpiece inactivity (adjustable 5-120 minutes in Set-Up Mode). As received
from the factory, this feature is enabled. Refer to the “Set-Up Mode” section of this
manual to disable or adjust the time-out period of this feature. The operator can also
force the system into Temperature Setback. The Auto Off Safety feature is also
enabled automatically when Temperature Setback is enabled.
NOTE
If the Set Tip Temperature is less than 177°C (350°F), the system will remain
at the lower temperature in Temperature Setback.
Activation
There are two ways in which the system will activate the Temperature Setback feature.
1. AUTOMATIC ACTIVATION - The system memory can be programmed
so that the system will automatically activate Temperature Setback after a
selected period (5-120 minutes) of handpiece inactivity. See the “Set-Up
Mode” section for details on programming this feature.
2. MANUAL ACTIVATION - The operator can manually force the system
to place the system in Temperature Setback by performing the following
procedure.
a) Press and hold the Scroll Down (▼) Key.
XXX
b) Press the Scroll Up (▲) Key.
c) Release both keys.
Operation
Temperature Setback is indicated by the following.
1. The hour glass icon at the top left corner of the Digital Readout will start
flashing 1 minute before entering Temperature Setback and continue to
flash while in Temperature Setback.
2. The Operating Temperature will stabilize at 177°C (350°F) unless the Set
Tip Temperature is lower (see NOTE above).
3. The bottom line of the Digital Readout will display the time remaining to
Auto Off in hours and minutes.
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Operation
Exiting Temperature Setback
Listed below are 2 different ways to exit Temperature Setback.
1. Press and release either Scroll Key (▲ or ▼). This is the preferred
method.
2. Method “1” is preferred but you can turn the Power Switch “OFF” (0)
and then back “ON” (1).
Set Tip Temperature and Tip Offset Constant values will be simultaneously restored.
Observe the Digital Readout as the Operating Tip Temperature stabilizes at the Set
Tip Temperature. For optimum performance, do not attempt to use the attached
handpiece until the Set Tip Temperature is achieved.
Auto Off Safety System
The Auto Off safety system of the ST 40A system removes power 30-120 minutes
(adjustable in Set-Up Mode) after entering Temperature Setback. This feature is
automatically enabled when Temperature Setback is enabled.
Operation
When the system has entered Temperature SetBack, an Auto Off timer within the
system circuitry will start running:
1. If any key is pressed during the selected time out period, the Auto Off
timer is reset.
2 The bottom line of the Digital Readout displays “X:XX to Auto OFF”
("X" = 0 thru 9), alerting the operator as to the length of time remaining
(in hours and minutes) before the system enters Auto Off.
3 At the end of the time out period, the system will enter Auto Off. Power
is removed and the Digital Readout will display “System is OFF Press
Any Key”.
Exiting Auto Off
Auto Off can be exited; returning to normal operation by
1. Pressing any key
OR
2. By turning the Power Switch OFF (“0”) and then back ON (“1”).
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Operation
FACTORY SETTINGS
The ST 40A system comes equipped with a number of features which may be
adjusted, enabled or disabled as desired by the user. Listed below are the features
and factory settings of each. To change and/or learn about any of these features,
refer to the applicable part of the “Set-Up Mode” portion of this manual.
FEATURE
FACTORY SETTING
Password
Disabled
Temperature Setback
Enabled
Setback Time
90 Minutes
Auto Off (Enabled automatically when
Temperature Setback is enabled)
Enabled
Time To Auto Off (after entering Setback)
30 Minutes
Default Temperature Scale (°C/°F)
°F
Set Tip Temperature
"OFF"
"LO" (lower) Temperature Limit
204°C (400°F)
"HI" (upper) Temperature Limit
482°C (900°F)
Tip Offset Constant
"0"
Table II. Factory Settings
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Set-Up Mode
Introduction
The menu driven Digital Readout of the ST 40A system in the Set-Up Mode allows
you to easily customize your system. In most cases, the operator is directed as to
which key(s) to press in order to proceed. In cases where specific instructions are
not displayed, simply press the Set Key to proceed to the next step. No calibration
adjustments are necessary to maintain the accuracy of the system.
In Set-Up Mode, you can:
1. Change the Upper and Lower Temperature limits.
2. Set the Default Temperature scale to °F or °C as desired.
3. Enable or disable the Temperature Setback/Auto Off features.
4. Adjust the time-out period of the Temperature Setback & Auto Off features.
5. Enter, remove or change a Password.
The following instructions should be performed to familiarize the operator with the
system.
Entering Set-Up Mode
1. Place Power Switch in the “OFF” (“0”)
position.
2. Press and hold the Set and Scroll Down (▼)
Keys together.
3. Place Power Switch in the "ON" (“1”)
position. The Digital Readout will display
“VERSION X.XX” and change to read
“Password Needed ?”
4. Release the Set and Scroll Down (▼) Keys.
The system is now in Set-Up Mode. “Enter
Old Password” will be displayed if a
Password is currently stored in system
memory.
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Set-Up Mode
Operation
Password
5. If a Password has been previously stored in
system memory, enter the 4 key sequence
Password.
6. At this point the Digital Readout will ask you:
a) If you would like to retain the "Same"
Password (if previously stored) in the
system. If you wish to retain the
"Same" Password, press the Key
directly beneath the word “Same” (Set
Key).
b) If you do not wish to have a Password
stored in the system. If this is the
case, press the key directly beneath the
word “No” (Offset Key) on the Digital
Readout. Any previously stored
Password will be removed from the
system.
c) If you wish to enter a new Password,
press the key directly beneath the word
“YES” (Scroll Up (▲) Key) on the
Digital Readout. The Digital Readout
will display “Enter New Password”.
Enter a new 4 key sequence Password.
As each key is pressed, an asterisk (*)
will be displayed.
NOTE
The following steps of this procedure move you forward through the Set-Up
Mode options. You may also step backward (to this point only) by pressing
the Offset Key.
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Set-Up Mode
°F/°C Digital Readout
7. The Digital Readout will now display
“Display is °F (or °C) Push ▲ to
Change”. Press the Scroll Up (▲) Key if
you wish to change the temperature
readout (°C or °F).
Display is °C
Push
to Change
Display is °C
Push
to Change
8. Press the Set Key.
Temperature Limits
NOTE
The HI (upper temperature) Limit setpoint must be set above or equal to the
LO (lower temperature) Limit setpoint.
LO (Lower) Temperature Limit Setpoint
9. The top line of the Digital Readout will
now display “Lo Limit = XXX°C (or
°F)”. This is the stored value of the
Lower Temperature Limit in increments
of 1° (F or C).
XXX
10. Press Scroll Keys as necessary to increase
(Scroll Up (▲) Key) or decrease (Scroll
Down (▼) Key) the Lower Temperature
Limit value.
XXX
11. Press and release the Set Key.
XXX
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Set-Up Mode
HI (Upper) Temperature Limit Setpoint
12. The Digital Readout now displays “Hi
Limit = XXX°C (or F)”. This is the
stored value of the Upper Temperature
Limit.
XXX
13. Press Scroll Keys as necessary to increase
(Scroll Up (▲) Key) or decrease (Scroll
Down (▼) Key) the Upper Temperature
Limit value.
XXX
XXX
14. Press and release the Set Key.
Temperature Setback
15. The Digital Readout now displays
“Setback Enabled (or Disabled) Push ▲
to Change”. Press the Scroll Up (▲) Key
if you wish to change the current
selection. As received from the factory,
the Temperature Setback is Disabled.
16. Press and release the Set Key.
17. The top line of the Digital Readout will
now display “Setback = X:XX”
indicating time to Auto Setback in hours
and minutes (5 minutes minimum, 2
hours max.) in increments of 1 minute.
To change the time period, press the
Scroll Keys. Press the Scroll Up (▲) Key
to increase the time period. Press the
Scroll Down (▼) Key to decrease the
time period.
X XX
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Set-Up Mode
X XX
18. Press the Set Key.
Auto Off Safety System
19. The Digital Readout now displays “Auto
Off = X:XX” indicating time to Auto Off
in hours and minutes (30 minutes
minimum, 2 hours max.) in increments of
1 minute. To change the time period,
press the Scroll Keys. Press the Scroll Up
(▲) Key to increase the time period.
Press the Scroll Down (▼) Key to
decrease the time period.
X XX
X XX
20. Press the Set Key.
21. The Digital Readout now displays “Exit
Setup? Yes (over Set Key) No (over
Offset Key)”. If you wish to change any
of the previously stored parameters
(except Password), press the Offset Key
and perform steps 7 through 21. Press
the Offset Key 2 times to back up to step
6 (Password).
22. Press the Set Key to exit the Set-Up Mode
and store the new settings in system
memory.
Digital Readout Accuracy
No adjustments are necessary to maintain the accuracy of the system.
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Corrective Maintenance
Digital Readout Message Codes
Listed below are message codes which may be displayed on the Digital Readout if a
mistake is made by the operator (e.g., wrong Password entry) or if the system has
malfunctioned.
DISPLAY MESSAGE
DESCRIPTION
The incorrect Password has been entered. The
displayed message will time out after 6 seconds and
revert to normal operation. Enter the correct Password.
No handpiece connected to the Power Receptacle.
Connect handpiece.
The handpiece heater assembly sensor is open. Refer
to Table V to check handpiece. The displayed
message may be flashing.
The handpiece heater assembly sensor is shorted.
Refer to Table V to check handpiece. The displayed
message may be flashing.
The handpiece heater assembly may be defective.
Refer to Table V to check handpiece. The displayed
message may be flashing.
Power source malfunction. Call PACE Customer
Service for assistance.
Power source malfunction. Call PACE Customer
Service for assistance.
Power source malfunction. Call PACE Customer
Service for assistance.
Table III. Digital Readout Message Codes
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Corrective Maintenance
Power Source
Most malfunctions are simple and easy to correct. Refer to Table IV below to clear
these malfunctions.
Symptom
Probable Cause
Solution
No power to system.
Blown Fuse
Check handpiece using Table V.
Replace fuse located in AC
Receptacle/Fuse Holder.
No heat on handpiece.
Defective Heater
See Table V or refer to handpiece
Manual.
Table IV. Power Source Corrective Maintenance
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Corrective Maintenance
Handpieces
The following “Heater Assembly Checkout Procedures” (Table V) is applicable to
all PACE SensaTemp handpieces used with the ST 20 system except for the
ThermoTweez (TT-65) handpiece. Refer to either of the TT-65 manuals (50500300 or 5050-0336) for troubleshooting procedures pertinent to that handpiece.
Perform the procedures with the handpiece (and heater) at room temperature. If the
handpiece is warm, resistance readings will be different from those shown.
Disconnect the handpiece from the power source. Use a meter to check resistance
across the handpiece connector plug pins as outlined in the “Checkout Procedure”
column.
Symptom Checkout Procedure
Cause
Solution
No heat on Check resistance - Pin 2 to
handpiece. Pin 5. Refer to "Heater
Specifications" column.
If resistance is high - -
Open Heater.
Replace Heater Assembly.
Check resistance - Pin 3 to Open Sensor.
Pin 6. If circuit reads open - -
Replace Heater Assembly.
Handpiece Check resistance - Pin 3 to Shorted
overheating Pin 6. Resistance should be Sensor.
LED is Red. 110 ohms. If resistance is
less than 105 ohms - Fuse blows Check resistance - Pin 2 to
when unit is Pin 5. Refer to "Heater
turned on. Specifications" column. If
resistance is low - -
Solder short in Remove Short. Replace
Handpiece.
Heater Assembly & Fuse.
Shorted
Heater.
No Ground Check resistance - Pin 4 to a Oxidation in
on Tip.
NEW Tip. Resistance should Heater Bore.
be less than 2 ohms. If not - - Defective
Heater.
Heater
Specifications
Replace Heater Assembly.
Replace Heater Assembly
& Fuse.
Clean Heater Bore using
appropriate wire brush.
Replace Heater Assembly.
Connector Plug
Pinouts
SP-1A = 10-12 ohms
SP-2A = 8-10 ohms
SX-70 = 8-10 ohms
TP-65 = 9-11 ohms
TJ-70 = 6-8 ohms
Table V. Heater Assembly Checkout Procedures
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Corrective Maintenance
Heater Replacement
Insure that the installed heater assembly of your handpiece is defective by referring
to Table V (Heater Assembly Checkout Procedures). If replacement becomes
necessary, follow the procedure below for best results.
1. Disconnect the Sodr-Pen from the power source.
2. Unscrew, remove and discard the Heater Retaining Nut. If the Heater
Retaining Nut does not unscrew easily, gently apply a back and forth side
force to the tip end of the Heater Assembly to release the heat seal created
after extended use.
3. Loosen the white plastic Strain Relief Screw (if present) located at the
rear of the Handle. Gently push the Cable Assembly through the SodrPen (toward the Heater Assembly) to expose the Insulator. Slide the
Insulator back (toward the Handle end) to expose the 5 lead wire
connections between the Heater Assembly and the Cable Assembly.
4. Disconnect the 5 Heater Assembly leads. Remove the Insulator from the
Cable Assembly leads. Discard the old Heater Assembly and Insulator.
5. Feed the Cable Assembly leads back through the replacement Insulator with
the notched end of the Insulator facing the Heater Assembly end. Feed the 2
Blue leads through the holes marked with the letter "B" and the 2 White
leads through the holes marked "W". Feed the Green lead through the
unmarked hole. Insure that the Cable Assembly leads do not become
crossed with each other.
6. Plug the wire leads of the replacement Heater Assembly into the wire
leads of the Cable Assembly using the table shown in the illustration as a
reference. Match like colored wires. Connect the Green Cable Assembly
lead to the non-insulated Heater Assembly lead. Insure that the leads do
not become crossed with each other.
7. Slide the Insulator over the lead connections and against the back of the
heater housing. The metal tab on the heater housing (Heater Tab) must
slide in the Wide Notch (see illustration) on the end of the Insulator.
8. Gently pull the Cable Assembly back through the handpiece until the
Heater Assembly rests against the plastic Handle. Gently twist the Heater
Assembly (if necessary) to slide the narrow notches on the Insulator
between the tabs on the inside of the Handle.
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Corrective Maintenance
9. Place the new metal Compression Spring over the end of the Heater
Assembly .
10. Install the new Heater Retaining Nut to secure the Heater Assembly and
rubber Compression Spring to the Handle.
11. Tighten the white plastic Strain Relief Screw (if present) located at the
rear of the Handle until the screw is flush with or just above the Handle
surface to secure the cable assembly in position. A replacement screw is
supplied in the event that replacement becomes necessary.
12. Perform the Heater Burn In procedure to insure long life. Refer to the
"Set-Up" section of this manual.
Heater To Cable Assembly Connections
Heater Leads
2 Blue Leads
2 Tan Leads
Bare Lead
To
To
To
Cable Assembly Leads
2 Blue Leads
2 White Leads
Green Lead
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Replacement Parts
SP-1A/SP-2A Handpieces
Listed are the replacement parts which may be ordered through your local authorized
PACE distributor. To obtain any other replacement parts, contact PACE Customer
Service directly at Tel. #(301) 490-9860 or FAX #(301) 483-7030.
Item
# Description
Part Number
1
SP-1A Sodr-Pen Handpiece
2
SP-1A Heater Assembly (37 Watt) 6010-0085-P1
3
SP-2A Sodr-Pen Handpiece
4
SP-2A Heater Assembly (54 Watt) 6010-0086-P1
5
Heater Set Screw
Table VI. SP-1A/SP-2A Parts
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6025-0013-P1
6025-0014-P1
1348-0547-P10
Replacement Parts
Accessory Items
Listed below is a packing list of the items shipped with the system plus optional and
accessory items. This list is current at the time of publication of this manual.
QTY. SUPPLIED
ITEM
NO. DESCRIPTION
PART
NUMBER
ST 40A
ST 40AJ
ST 40AE
ACCESSORY TRAY ITEMS (PACKING LIST)
1
SP-2A Sodr-Pen (54 Watts)
6025-0014-P1
1
1
2
Power Supply Cord, 100 & 115 VAC
1332-0094
1
0
3
Power Supply Cord, 230 VAC
1332-0093
0
1
4
SP Tip & Tool Stand
6019-0043
1
1
4021-0008-P3
1
1
5
Sponge for SP Tip & Tool Stand
6
Wire Brush, 3/16 inch diameter
1127-0014-P5
1
1
7
Tip Tool
1100-0206
1
1
8
Rubber Foot
8
8
9
Screw, 8-32 x 1/2" Long
2
2
Thumb Nut, Knurled
2
2
10
OPTIONAL & ACCESSORY ITEMS
11
Fuse,
1.0 Amp Time Lag (PPS 25A)
1159-0216
0.5 Amp Time Lag (PPS 25AE)
1159-0213
1.25 Amp Time Lag (PPS 25AJ)
1159-0217
12
SP-1A Sodr-Pen (37 Watts)
6025-0013-P1
13
Wire Brush, 1/8 inch diameter
1127-0006-P5
14
AdapTip Kit (for SP-2A Sodr-Pen)
1360-0083-P1
15
Tip & Temp. Selection System Booklet
5050-0251
16
V-SX Vacuum Option (solder extraction)
6993-0131
17
SX Tip & Tool Stand (for air handpieces)
6019-0044
18
TT-65 ThermoTweez Handpiece
7025-0001-P1
19
TT Tip & Tool Stand
6019-0046
20
Tip Redi-Rak
6021-0007
21
SMD Tip Accessory Kit
6993-0170
22
Replacement Fiber Filler
1127-0013-P2
23
Replacement Sponge Filler
4021-0006-P5
24
Cord Retention System
6018-0090
Table VII. Accessory Items
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MANUAL IMPROVEMENT & COMMENT FORM
Instructions
1. Duplicate this form and submit comments on the copy. Keep the original to make future
comments.
2. Complete all requested information.
3. Submit completed form to:
PACE Incorporated
Applications Engineering
Fax: (301) 604-8782
9893 Brewers Court
Laurel, MD 20723-1990 U.S.A.
Document #
5050-0361
Rev. D
Date of Submission:
Nature of Change (Identify page and paragraph and include proposed rewrite, if possible.)
Reason for Recommendation
Name of Submitter:
Company or Organization:
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