Four-Tool Power Supply Unit
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Four-Tool
Power Supply Unit
Ref. PSE-A
Packing List
The following items should be included:
Four-Tool Power Supply Unit ................................................................................................................1 unit
Ref. PSE-1A (120V)
PSE-2A (230V)
PSE-9A (100V)
Power Cord ................................................ 1 unit
Ref. 0010569 (230V)
0013671 (100/120V)
Manual .........................................................1 unit
Ref. 0013606
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Four-Tool
Power Supply Unit
Ref. PSE-A
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Features & Connections
PSE Unit
Stand
Equipotential connection
RJ45 connector for LAN
USB-B connector
Peripherals
RJ12 connector for
Robot or DME
to PSE or DME
to another PSE (Up to 5 per DME)
Power Socket and fuse
RJ12 connector for PSE
Compatibility
Select the equipment that best suit your soldering or desoldering needs.
Basic working system
Control
Unit
Stand
AD-SD
DN-SE
Tool
Cartridge
Range
T210-A
C210
T245-A
C245
T470-A
C245
T210-NA*
C210
T245-NA*
T470-NA*
PSE
Peripherals**
MSE-A /
MVE-A
MNE-A
FSE-A
P-005
C245
AP-SD
AP250-A
C250
PA-SD
PA120-A
C120
HT-SD
HT420-A
C420
DS-SD
DS360-A
C360
DR-SD
DR560-A
C560
* The MNE Nitrogen Flow Regulator is required.
**If you need to connect the MS, MV, MN or FS modules, an adapter is required (Ref. IM2496).
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Increase x6 your DME’s possibilities
Centralize control of 5 PSE Power Supply Units in a single DME and work with as many as 24
tools simultaneously.
1. Connect the DME to the PSE units via the PSE connector (RJ12).
2. Connect the others PSE units as follows:
Four-Tool Control Unit
Ref. DME-A
PSE
PSE out
up to 4 tools
Peripherals
PSE in
up to 4 tools
Peripherals
Electric Desoldering Module
Ref. MSE-A
PSE in
up to 4 tools
Peripherals
Pneumatic Desoldering Module
Ref. MVE-A
Pedal
Ref. P-005
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PSE out
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Peripherals
By pressing Peripherals in the main MENU (DME), you can join tool ports with
peripherals which means each tool can work with 1 module and 1 pedal at the same
time.
Four-Tool Power Supply Unit
Ref. PSE-A
PSE out
PSE in
PSE out
PSE in
PSE out
Peripheral
up to 4 tools
Peripherals
up to 4 tools
up to 4 tools
Peripherals
Nitrogen Flow Regulator
Ref. MNE-A
Fume Extractor Switch
Ref. FSE-A
Pedal
Ref. P-005
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Soldering Net
Remotely manage and monitor as many stations as your PC can handle.
1. Download the JBC Manager software and the user manual from
www.jbctools.com/manager.html
2. Connect the stations via USB-B or LAN (Ethernet) and the PC will automatically detect them.
3. The notification
will be displayed on the DME Control Unit or PC.
Functions:
- Set all the station parameters from your PC.
- Organize groups of stations and set all their parameters at the same time.
- Store specific configurations for later uses.
- Analyze the soldering graphics of the stations on your PC and export them.
JBC
Manager
any JBC station
LAN Hub or USB HUB
up to 5 PSE
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up to 5 PSE
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Working with Robots
Manage and monitor the station using a Robotic system.
1. Connect the tool to the station port by means of the CHB-A Converter.
2. Connect your Robot system to the Robot connector (RJ12) of the station.
DB9-RJ12 Adapater available only if necessary (Ref: 0013772).
3. Enable the Robot option in the station settings and the notification will be displayed:
4. Set your Robot’s commands according to the Robot Communication Protocol, available on the
website www.jbctools.com/jbcsoftware-menu-115.html
Robot
Converter
Ref. CHB-A
Power
Supply Unit
RS-232
connection
Update the station software
1. Download the JBC Update File from
www.jbctools.com/manager.html
2. Connect the LAN (Ethernet) or USB cable
to the station. The icon
is diplayed in the
station or PC while updating.
LAN Hub or USB HUB
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Maintenance
Before carrying out maintenance or storage, always allow the equipment to cool.
- Use a damp cloth to clean the casing and the tool. Alcohol can only be used to clean the metal
parts.
- Periodically check that the metal parts of the tool and stand are clean so that the station can
detect the tool status.
- Maintain tip surface clean and tinned prior to storage in order to avoid tip oxidation.
Rusty and dirty surfaces reduce heat transfer to the solder joint.
- Periodically check all cables and tubes.
- Replace a blown fuse as follows:
1. Pull off the fuse holder and remove the
fuse. If necessary use a tool to lever it off.
2. Press the new fuse into the fuse holder
and replace it in the station.
Fuse
Fuse holder
Fuse holder
- Replace any defective or damaged pieces. Use original JBC spare parts only.
- Repairs should only be performed by a JBC authorized technical service.
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Safety
It is imperative to follow safety guidelines to prevent electric
shock, injury, fire or explosion.
- Do not use the units for any purpose other than soldering or rework. Incorrect use may cause fire.
- The power cord must be plugged into approved bases. Be sure that it is properly grounded
before use. When unplugging it, hold the plug, not the wire.
- Do not work on electrically live parts.
- The tool should be placed in the stand when not in use in order to activate the sleep mode.
The soldering tip, the metal part of the tool and the stand may still be hot even when the station
is turned off. Handle with care, including when adjusting the stand position.
- Do not leave the appliance unattended when it is on.
- Do not cover the ventilation grills. Heat can cause inflamable products to ignite.
- Avoid the contact of flux with skin or eyes to prevent irritation.
- Be careful with the fumes produced when soldering.
- Keep your workplace clean and tidy. Wear appropriate protection glasses and gloves when
working to avoid personal harm.
- Utmost care must be taken with liquid tin waste which can cause burns.
- This appliance can be used by children over the age of eight and also persons with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience provided that they have been given
adequate supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance and understand the hazards
involved. Children must not play with the appliance.
- Maintenance must not be carried out by children unless supervised.
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Exploded View
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Specifications
PSE-1A 120V 50/60Hz. Input fuse: 6A. Output: 23.5V
PSE-2A 230V 50/60Hz. Input fuse: 3.15A. Output: 23.5V
PSE-9A 100V 50/60Hz. Input fuse: 8A. Output: 23.5V
- Weight: - Dimensions: - Output Peak Power: - Temperature Range: - Idle Temp. Stability (still air): - Tip to ground resistance: - Tip to ground voltage: - Ambient operating temp: - Connections
4.258 Kg (9.38 lb)
148 x 120 x 232 mm
160W per tool
90 - 450 °C / 190 - 840 °F (±5%)
±1.5 ºC / ±3 ºF
<2 ohms
<2mV RMS
10 - 40 ºC / 50 - 104 ºF
USB-B / Peripherals connectors
RJ12 connector for Robot & DME
RJ12 connector for PSE
RJ45 connector for LAN (Ethernet)
Complies with CE standards
ESD protected housing “skin effect”
This product should not be thrown in the garbage.
In accordance with the European directive 2002/96/EC, electronic equipment at the end of their life
must be collected and returned to an authorized recycling facility.
Manual in other languages available on our website
www.jbctools.com
0013606-0916
Warranty
JBC’s 2 year warranty covers this equipment
against all manufacturing defects, including the
replacement of defective parts and labour.
Warranty does not cover product wear
or its misuse.
In order for the warranty to be valid, equipment
must be returned, postage paid, to the dealer
where it was purchased.
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