Soldering Station - Comet Electronics

Soldering Station - Comet Electronics
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Soldering Station
Ref. CD-BD
Packing List
The following items should be included:
CD Control Unit ........................................ 1 unit
Brass wool .................................................. 1 unit
Handpiece ................................................... 1 unit
Sponge ......................................................... 1 unit
Cartridges ................................................. 2 units
Power Cord ................................................. 1 unit
CD Control Unit
Ref. CD-1D (120V)
CD-2D (230V)
CD-9D (100V)
Handpiece
Ref. T245-A
Brass Wool
Ref. CL6210
Sponge
Ref. S0354
Power Cord
Cartridges
Ref. C245903
C245741
Manual
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Soldering Station
Ref. CD-BD
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Features
CD Control Unit
Ref. CD-1D (120V)
CD-2D (230V)
CD-9D (100V)
Cable collector
Adjustable Stand:
Intelligent Heat
Management
Quick Tip Changer
Process Control
Tip Cleaning System
Handpiece
Ref. T245-A
Main switch
Fuse
Power Cord Socket
USB-B connector
Equipotential connection
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Adjustable stand
Adjust the tool stand to suit your work position.
Cable collector
Place the cable on the collector and adjust its position to avoid tangles.
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Tip Cleaning System
Select the option that best suits your tip cleaning needs.
Splashguard
Brass Wool
Ref. CL6210
Very effective cleaning method. Leaves a small layer
of solder on the tip preventing oxidation between
cleaning and rewetting.
More options for the splashguard (not supplied):
Metal Brush
Ref. CL6220
When used carefully,
it provides a more
thorough cleaning.
Inox Wool
Ref. CL6205
Provides a superior
cleaning on the tip.
Tip Wipe
Sponge
Ref. S0354
The least harmful cleaning method. Keep the sponge
damp with distilled water when working to avoid tip
wear.
Tapping:
Wiping:
Tap gently to remove the excess of
solder.
Use the slots to wipe off any
remaining particles.
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Quick Tip Changer
Save time and change cartridges safely without switching the station off.
1. Removing
2. Inserting
3. Fixing
A
C
B
Place the handpiece in the
extractor and remove the
cartridge.
Place the handpiece on top
of the new cartridge, press
it down slightly and remove
the handpiece from the
extractor.
Press the cartridge* to the
fixing holes according to
the following:
A. For straight C210.
B. For curved C210.
C. For C245.
*Important: It is essential to insert the cartridges as far as the mark for a correct connection.
Alignment
Compatible cartridges
The CD stations can use both the C245 and the C210 cartridges only with the appropriate handpiece:
T245/T470 or T210. Find the model that best suits your soldering needs in www.jbctools.com
ø 3,5
ø1
ø 1,5
A
Round
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Chisel
Round
bent
Bevel
A
B
Special models
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USB Connector
Download the latest softwares from our website to improve your soldering station.
JBC Updater
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Update the station software via USB connection:
USB-B Cable USB-A
JBC Manager
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Manage and monitor stations connected to a Windows PC by using the JBC Manager:
USB-B
Cable
USB-A
Export data
to another PC
Manager Settings
Change settings for a group of
JBC stations at the same time.
Register Settings
Create graphs of the soldering
process in real time with power and
temperature data.
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Operation
The JBC Exclusive Heating System
This revolutionary technology is able to recover the tip temperature extremely quickly.
This allows the user to work at a lower temperature.
As a result, the tip life increases x5 times.
1. Work
2. Sleep
3. Hibernation
After
30’
Lift tool from the stand and
the tool tip will heat up to the
selected temperature.
Selected temp. 3 5 0 o C
350 c
0
Power 10%
· Change temperature
(from 200 to 400ºC)
· Select temperature levels
· Fix one temperature
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When the tool is in the stand,
the temperature reduces to
180ºC / 360ºF (preset sleep
temperature).
Sleep
After longer periods of inactivity
(pre-set to 30 minutes), the
power is cut off and the tool
cools down to room temperature.
Hibernation
Tool in the stand
Tool in the stand after sleep
No heat
A c t u a l T e m p . 1 8 0 oC
A c t u a l T e m p . 2 0 oC
· Change Sleep temperature
· Set Sleep delay
(from 0 to 9 min or no Sleep)
· Change Hibernation delay (from 0 to 35 min)
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Process Control
Work Screen
Fixed temp. 3 5 0 o C
Levels ºC 2 7 0 3 5 0 4 0 0
Displays a specific fixed temp.
Shown when you have
selected temp. levels.
Selected temp. 3 5 0 o C
350 0c
The work screen provides
useful information of tool
status in real time.
Power 10%
Menu Screen
Main menu
Original PIN: 0105
Station settings
1
2
3
4
Temp unit
Maximum temp
Minimum temp
Help text
5 Beep
6 Change PIN
Back
1
2
3
Exit
Reset settings
Station settings
Tool settings
4
5
Counters
Program version
Tool settings
Celsius
4000C
2000C
OFF
ON
1 Fix one temp
----2 Temp levels set
OFF
3 Sleep delay
0 min
Counters
1 Plugged hours
2 Working hours
3 Sleep hours
0
0
0
4 Hibernation hours
5 No tool hours
6 Sleep cycles
0
0
0
Tool 245
4 Sleep temp
1800C
5 Hibernation delay 30 min
6 Temp adjust
+ o oC
Back
Tool 245
Back
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Compatible Handpieces
For precision uses
C210 Cartridge range
Precision Handpiece
Ref. T210-A
Precision Blue Grip Handpiece
Ref. T210-PA
This allows you to differentiate the handpiece used in soldering jobs with leaded alloys from
the lead-free soldering jobs.
For general uses
C245 Cartridge range
Handpiece
Ref. T245-A
Blue Grip Handpiece
Ref. T245-PA
This allows you to differentiate the handpiece used in soldering jobs with leaded alloys from
the lead-free soldering jobs.
Soft Touch Handpiece
Ref. T245-B
Anti-slip and soft touch grip.
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For greater demands
Important: Only work with C245 cartridges when used with a CD station.
Handpieces for intensive soldering jobs requiring a continuous high thermal power. Soft touch and
anti-slip grips. They feature a larger width grip and a screw which fixes the cartridge and prevents
its rotation and movement.
Handpiece
Ref. T470-A
Handpiece with cable 3m
Ref. T470-SA
Tri-lobed Handpiece
Ref. T470-ZA
For a greater manual control of the tool
Thermal Insulation Handpiece
Ref. T470-FA
Thermal Insulation Handpiece with cable 3m
Ref. T470-MA
Foam grip for soldering jobs with high thermal requirements.
Note: All models are supplied with a 1.5m cable except those specified with 3m.
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Maintenance
Before carrying out maintenance or storage, always allow the equipment to cool.
- Clean the station’s screen with a glass cleaner
or a damp cloth.
Clean
periodically
- Use a damp cloth to clean the casing and
the tool. Alcohol can only be used to clean
the metal parts.
- Check periodically that the metal parts of
the tool/stand are clean so that the station
can detect when the tool is in the stand.
- 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
connections.
- Replace the fuse if it is blown according to the following guidelines:
Remove the fuse by pulling the black cap.
If necessary use a tool to lever it off.
Press the new fuse into the holder and
replace it in the station.
- 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 removing it, hold the plug, not the wire.
- Do not work on electrically live parts. Antistatic handle of soldering irons is electrically
conductive.
- 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 even when
out of sight.
- Use a “non residue” classified flux and avoid contact 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 shall not be carried out by
children unless supervised.
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Exploded View
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Technical Specifications
- Total unit weight: 2,6 Kg (5.7lb)
- Size: 150 x 175 x 145 mm
- Temperature selection from 90°C (190°F) to 450°C (840°F) (±5%).
- Output Peak Power CD-BD: 130W.
- Safety transformer, mains separator and double isolation.
- CD-1BD 120V 50/60Hz. Input fuse: 2A. Output: 23,5V. Control Unit model: CD-1D
- CD-2BD 230V 50/60Hz. Input fuse: 1A. Output: 23,5V. Control Unit model: CD-2D
- CD-9BD 100V 50/60Hz. Input fuse: 2A. Output: 23,5V. Control Unit model: CD-9D
- Input Fuse 1A (230V), 2A (120V and 100V)
- Tip to ground resistance <2 ohms
- Tip to ground voltage <2mV RMS
- Ambient operating temp: 10-40 ºC / 50-104 ºF
- USB interface station-PC
- Complies with CE standards
- ESD protected housing “skin effect”
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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.
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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 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.
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