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SMD Rework Station with Vacuum Pickup
Instruction Manual
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Thank you for purchasing the HAKKO FR-803B SMD Rework Station.
This unit features:
lDigital control and display of time and temperature
lDisplay of air-flow rate
lManual and automatic modes
lBuilt-in vacuum pickup
Please read this manual before operating the HAKKO FR-803B.
Keep this manual readily accessible for reference.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. PACKING LIST…………………………………………… 1
2. SPECIFICATIONS………………………………………… 1
3. WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, AND NOTES……………… 2
4. PART NAMES……………………………………………… 3
5. PREPARATION: ASSEMBLY AND ELECTRICAL CONNECTION……… 5
6. OPERATION……………………………………………… 8
7. PARAMETERS………………………………………… 17
8. OFFSET SETTING METHOD………………………… 18
9. MAINTENANCE / INSPECTION……………………… 19
10. ERRO MESSAGE…………………………………… 20
11. TROUBLESHOOTING……………………………… 20
12. OPTINAL PARTS……………………………………… 21
13. PARTS LIST / STATION……………………………… 23
13. PARTS LIST / HANDPIECE………………………… 25
14. WIRING DIAGRAM…………………………………… 26
1. PACKING LIST
Check the contents of the HAKKO FR-803B package
and confirm that all the items listed below are included.
HAKKO FR-803B station.......................................... 1
Power cord............................................................... 1
Handpiece holder..................................................... 1
Pads (ø3 mm (0.12 in.), ø5 mm (0.20 in.), ø7.6 mm (0.3 in.))......2 each
Vacuum pipe control knob (L)................................... 1
Control card.............................................................. 1
Connecting cord....................................................... 1
Instruction manual.................................................... 1
* This product does not include a nozzle. A large
selection of nozzles are available for the HAKKO
FR-803B. Select the nozzle or nozzles suitable
for the work to be performed.
Power cord
Control card
2 for each pad
Vacuum pipe control
knob (L)
HAKKO FR-803B station
Handpiece holder
Connecting cord
2. SPECIFICATIONS
Name
HAKKO FR-803B
Power consumption 100V-310W 110V-370W 120V-440W
220V-590W 230V-650W 240V-700W
l Station
Power consumption 100V 30 W
110-120V 40W
220-240V 50W
(Standby, 100-120V 4W, 220-240V 4W)
Capacity
5 l/min to more than 20 l/min
Control temperature 100 ~ 500°C/200 ~ 930°F (sensor)
Modes
Manual/Auto
Timer
50 file/step
External dimensions
160 (W) × 145 (H) × 230 (D) mm/
6.3 × 5.7 × 9.1 in.
Weight
5 kg (11.02 lb.)
l Handpiece
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Power
consumption
100V-280W 110V-330W 120V-400W
220V-540W 230V-600W 240V-650W
Total length
(w/o cord)
200mm/7.9 in.
Weight (w/o
cord)
200 g/0.44 lb.
NOTE:
*This product is protected against electrostatic discharge.
*Specifications and design are subject to change without
notice.
n Electrostatic Protection
This product includes such features as electrically
conductive plastic parts and grounding of the handpiece
and station as measures to protect the device to be
soldered from the effects of static electricity. Be sure to
observe the following instructions:
1. The handle and other plastic parts are not insulators, they are conductors. When replacing parts
or repairing, take sufficient care not to expose live
electrical parts or damage insulation materials.
2. Be sure to ground the unit during use.
3. WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, AND NOTES
WARNING
Warnings and cautions are placed at critical points in this manual to direct the operator's attention to
significant items. They are defined as follows:
WARNING: Failure to comply with a WARNING may result in serious injury or death.
CAUTION: Failure to comply with a CAUTION may result in injury to the operator, or damage to
the items involved.
NOTE: A NOTE indicates a procedure or point that is important to the process being
described.
EXAMPLE: An EXAMPLE is given to demonstrate a particular procedure point or process.
WARNING
To avoid damage to the unit, do not turn the power switch OFF until the pump stops automatically
by cooling down (until
appears on the display) after use.
CAUTION
When the power is ON, the temperature of the hot air and the nozzle ranges from 100 to 500°C (200
to 930°F.). To avoid injury to personnel or damage to items in the work area, observe the following:
l Do not direct the hot air toward personnel or touch the metal parts near the nozzle.
l Do not use the product near combustible gases or flammable materials.
l Advise those in the work area that the unit can reach very high temperatures and should be considered
potentially dangerous.
l Turn the power OFF when no longer using the HAKKO FR-803B or when leaving it unattended.
l Before replacing parts or storing the unit, allow the unit to cool and then turn the power OFF.
l Do not use the product for a long time at the same place.
l This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
l Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
Observe the following precautions to prevent accidents or damage to the unit.
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Do not strike the handpiece against hard surface or otherwise subject it to physical shock.
Be sure the unit is grounded. Always connect power to a grounded receptacle.
Do not disassemble the pump or the vacuum pump.
Do not modify the unit.
Use only genuine HAKKO replacement parts.
Do not wet the unit or use the unit with wet hands.
Remove power cord by holding the plug – not the wires.
Do not leave the vacuum pump on for long periods of time.
Make sure the work area is well ventilated.
While using the HAKKO FR-803B, don’t do anything which may cause bodily harm or physical damage.
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4. PART NAMES
Station
①File number display
②Temperature/Timer display
③Airflow meter
Handpiece holder
mounting screw
Handpiece holder
mounting screw
Slot for control
card
④Display steps
⑨Setting buttons
Power receptacle
Fuse
⑤Airflow control knob
⑥Mode selecting button
⑧Vacuum indicator
⑦AUTO, MANUAL indicator
⑩Power switch
Handpiece holder
Jack
Handpiece
③Sensor (internal)
①Pad
3
Nozzle
(not included)
②Vacuum pipe
⑤Vacuum pipe control knob
④Hot air button
⑥Vacuum button
Station
① File number display
This section displays files 1 to 50 in Auto mode.
② Temperature/timer display
This section displays a temperature and timer setting time for each
step in AUTO mode.
CAUTION
The displayed and set temperature indicates the temperatures at the
sensor.
③ Airflow meter
④ Display steps
This meter indicates the airflow rate.
This section will be lit during every step in AUTO mode.
⑤ Airflow control knob
This knob controls the airflow. The airflow can be set in the range
of 5 to 20 l/min.
⑥ Mode selection button
This button displays and selects the MANUAL and AUTO modes.
⑦ AUTO/MANUAL indicator
This indicator lights the selected mode.
⑧ Vacuum indicator
This indicator lights when the vacuum pump is in operation.
⑨ Setting button
Use this button for setting, determining and checking the file
number, temperature, timer, etc.
⑩ Power switch
This switch turns the power ON and OFF.
Handpiece
①Pad
The pad absorbs parts.
② Vacuum pipe
The pad is mounted on the tip of the vacuum pipe.
③ Sensor (internal)
This sensor detects the temperature of the hot air.
④ Hot air button
l MANUAL Mode
When the Start button is pressed, the unit begins blowing hot
air. When the Start button is pressed again, the unit begins
cooling and stops blowing hot air after reaching 100°C (200°F).
l AUTO Mode
When the Start button is pressed again, the selected AUTO
program begins.
⑤ Vacuum pipe control knob
This knob controls the length of the vacuum pipe.
⑥ Vacuum button
This button turns the vacuum pump ON and OFF.
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5. PREPARATION: ASSEMBLY AND ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
A.Station Assembly
l Attach the handpiece holder.
Remove the handpiece holder mounting
screw from the side of the station. Attach the
handpiece holder to the station. (Figure 1)
(The handpiece holder can be installed on
either the left or right side.)
B.Handpiece Assembly
(Figure 1)
M3 × 5
NOTE:
The handpiece can be used with the provided vacuum
pipe control knob (L). (See figure 2.)
l Using vacuum function operative nozzle
(see page 21.)
1. Attach the nozzle.
a. Extend the vacuum pipe using the
vacuum pipe control knob. (Figure 3)
b. Remove the inside screw (M3 × 5) of the
nozzle. (Figure 4)
c. Loosen the nozzle mounting screw. Pass
the vacuum pipe through the nozzle hole
and attach the nozzle. (Figure 5)
d. Tighten the nozzle mounting screw.
2. Attach the pad.
a. Attach the pad. (Figure 7)
b. Adjust the pad to an appropriate position.
Adjust the vacuum pipe so that the pipe
and pad protrude as little as possible.
(Figure2)
(Figure 4)
Mounting screw
(Figure 3)
(Figure 5)
CAUTION
lVacuum pipe
Do not use excessive force.
When not using a nozzle, retract the vacuum pipe
to the shortest length. (Figure 6)
CAUTION
The nozzle and pad will be heated at high
temperature. Cool them before replacement.
(Figure 6)
(Figure 7)
CAUTION
lPad
The pad does not last indefinitely. When it becomes
deteriorated, replace it. Since exposure to high
temperatures causes it to deteriorate faster, Hakko
recommends it be cooled after use.
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l Using vacuum function inoperative nozzle
(see page 22.)
n Attach the nozzle.
a. Retract the vacuum pipe to the shortest
length using the vacuum pipe control
knob. (See page 5, Figure 6)
b. Loosen the nozzle mounting screw.
Attach the nozzle. (See page 5, Figure 5)
c. Tighten the nozzle mounting screw.
CAUTION
The pad cannot be used with this type of nozzle.
l Connection with FR-820
FR-820 can be connected to FR-803B with
the junction cord, which permits FR-820 to be
used along with FR-803B running in AUTO
mode.
CAUTION
Make sure the power to FR-803B is OFF before
connecting FR-820 to FR-803B.
Connecting cord
Power receptacle
Power switch
C. Electrical Connection and Power ON
1. Connect the power cord to the power
receptacle on the back panel of the station.
(Figure 8)
2. Place the handpiece on the holder. (Figure 9)
3. Plug the power cord into a grounded wall
socket.
4. Turn the power switch ON.
Power cord
Jack
(Figure 8)
CAUTION
This product is ESD-protected. Be sure to use a
grounded wall socket.
Handpiece holder
CAUTION
When not in use, place the
hand­piece on the holder.
(Figure 9) Top View
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6. OPERATION
A.Mode Selection
Insert the control card into the card slot and select
your desired mode using the mode selection button.
(Figure 10)
The HAKKO FR-803B provides the following two
modes. The AUTO mode consists of the INSTALL
and REMOVE modes.
(Figure 10)
l Manual Mode
In this mode, air and vacuum pump operation
are controlled entirely by manual operation.
NOTE:
The timer cannot be set when using MANUAL mode.
l AUTO mode
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Install Mode (AUTO) (See page 14.)
This mode is used when installing parts.
The vacuum pump will be automatically
turned OFF.
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Remove Mode (AUTO) (See page 13.)
This mode is used when removing parts.
The vacuum pump will be automatically
turned ON.
Step 2
Step 3
Cool down
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Opend timer time
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Start
In REMOVE mode, the vacuum function automatically turns ON during the last 10 seconds of the
selected profile.
Set the temperature profile shown in the following
figure in advance.
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Air temperature
Step 1
In INSTALL mode, turn ON the vacuum function
manually and align the component on the PWB.
Vacuum function automatically will turn OFF 5
seconds after starting selected the profile.
10 seconds
Timing when the vacuum pump is
turned OFF in INSTALL mode
Timing when the vacuum pump is
turned ON in REMOVE mode
When the temperature falls to 100°C
(200°F), the air stops
blowing automatically.
* In REMOVE mode, turn OFF the vacuum pump manually.
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6. OPERATION
B.Selecting Manual Mode
To check the set temperature,
press the
button .
The temperature/timer is displayed by
.
The HAKKO FR-803B is preset at 300°C at the
factory, see page 9.
l Air Blow
1.Start
Press the HOT AIR button on the handpiece to start the flow of air. The hot air
blows from the tip of the nozzle, and the
temperature is controlled according to the
temperature setting.
2.Stop
Press the HOT AIR button again.
Power to the heater is shut off and cooling
begins. When the temperature falls to 100
°C. (200°F.), the air stops blowing and the
temperature display reads
CAUTION
To avoid damage to the equipment, do not turn the
power switch OFF until
appears on the display.
.
HOT AIR button
NOTE:
When the forced air shutoff function is enabled
(ON), pressing the HOT AIR button again
stops blowing air provided that the temperature
readout is lower than 380°C.
l Vacuum Function
This function is used to hold the component
securely to the pads.
1.Start
Press the Vacuum button on the hand­
piece. The vacuum pump turns ON and
the part is held by suction.
2.Stop
Press and hold the Vacuum button. The
vacuum pump turns OFF.
VACUUM button
CAUTION
Parts held by the pads are very hot. Be careful when
removing them from the pads.
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6. OPERATION
C.Temperature change method in
MANUAL mode
CAUTION
Be sure to insert the control card into the card slot and
set the mode to MANUAL before changing.
Setting change in temperature
CAUTION
The temperature setting range is 100 to 500°C (200 to
930°F).
Example: Change the temperature setting from
300 to 450°C.
1. Press the
button on the temperature
setting section for 1 sec. or more.
● The HUNDREDS digit flashes on the
display, indicating that the HUNDREDS digit
can be entered.
2. Enter the HUNDREDS digit.
or
buttons to select your
● Use the
desired value for the HUNDREDS digit.
When your desired value is displayed, press
the
button. The TENS digit begins to
flash.
3. Enter TENS digit.
● Attempting to enter a value outside the setting
range will cause the display to begin flashing the
HUNDREDS digit again. Reenter a correct value.
● Both the display temperature and the temperature setting are the temperature at the sensor.
(Even with the same temperature setting, the
temperature of the hot air differs depending on
the nozzle size.)
Press and hold the
button for more than 1 second.
Press the
Press the
or
button.
button once.
or
buttons to select your
● Use the
desired value for the TENS digit. When
your desired value is displayed, press the
button. The UNITS digit begins to flash.
4. Enter the UNITS digit.
● Select your desired value for the UNITS
digit in the same manner as for the TENS
digit. When your desired value is displayed,
press the
button.
displays
and indicates that the temperature setting
procedure is completed.
CAUTION
If the power is turned OFF before the temperature setting procedure is completed (
is not displayed),
the new setting value will not be stored in memory.
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Press the
or
button.
Press the
button once
Press the
button once
D.Setting method in AUTO mode
CAUTION
Be sure to press the
to AUTO.
button and set the mode
The temperature profiles from 1 to 3 have been
initially set. If it is necessary to change, see
page 13.
1. Opening up a file
CAUTION
Be sure to insert the control card before
opening.
Display a file number using the
button.
or
Press the
or
button.
Press the
button.
NOTE:
If the file number is not changed, it is unnecessary to insert the control card.
When a desired file number appears, press
the
button. The file number is changed.
2. Pressing the HOT AIR button on the
handpiece causes the unit to begin to
blow, and setting the temperature profile
causes it to start the file program.
NOTE:
When FR-820 has been connected to FR803B with the junction cord, pressing the HOT
AIR button also starts FR-820 blowing air.
In such a case, the cool down timing is also
synchronized in both the products.
Step 1
Temperature display
Timer
Step 2
Temperature display
Timer
Step 3
Temperature display
Timer
Cool down
Temperature
is increasing.
Timer is in
operation.
Temperature
is increasing.
Timer is in
operation.
Temperature
is increasing.
Timer is in
operation.
Temperature
is decreasing.
3. When all the steps are completed, the unit
will be automatically stopped.
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6. OPERATION
D-1 Setting method in AUTO/INSTALL
mode
● Operations in INSTALL mode
This mode has the following sequence:
① Vacuum ON (Manual)
② Start/hot air blow (Manual)(Step/start)
③ Vacuum OFF after 5 seconds
④ Step 1 operation
⑤ Step 2 operation
⑥ Step 3 operation
⑦ Cool down operation
In INSTALL mode, press the HOT AIR button after
turning the vacuum function ON manually and
aligning the component on the PWB. Vacuum function
automatically will turn OFF 5 seconds after starting
selected the profile.
NOTE:
The operation can be set from 1 to 50.
●Installation
• Advance preparation of P.W.B.
Apply an appropriate amount of solder paste
to the P.W.B.)
① Part suction and positioning
Press the VACUUM button on the
handpiece. Have the part sucked by the
pads and position the part on the P.W.B.
(Figure 1)
② Start (heating)
Press the HOT button on the handpiece.
Hot air blows from the nozzle to melt the
solder. The station operates based on
the preprogrammed temperature profile.
(Figure 2)
To check the temperature setting, press the
button. To change the temperature setting, see “Setting
method in AUTO mode” on page 13.
①
②
Figure 1
③
Figure 2
④
CAUTION
To stop the program, press the HOT AIR
button. Cooling begins.
③ Vacuum stop
After 5 seconds, the vacuum turns OFF
and the part is released from suction.
(Figure 3)
④Stop
When the step operation is completed,
cooling begins. Make sure the solder has
hardened before lifting the handpiece.
(Figure 4)
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Figure 3
Figure 4
Vacuum OFF
D-2 Setting method in AUTO/REMOVE
mode
● Operations in REMOVE mode
This mode has the following sequence:
① Start/hot air blow (manual)
② Step 1 operation
③ Step 2 operation
④ Step 3 operation
⑤ Ten seconds before the last step is
completed, the vacuum automatically
turns ON and then a single sound lasting
1 second is generated. Two seconds
before completion, a continuous sound is
generated.
⑥ Vacuum OFF (manual)
⑦ Cool down
NOTE:
The operation can be set from 1 to 50.
In REMOVE mode, the vacuum function automatically
turns ON during the last 10 seconds of the selected
profile.
To check the set temperature, press the
button.
To change the set temperature, see “Setting mode in
AUTO mode” on page 13.
●Removal
•
Parts mounting
Mount the nozzle and pads on the part to be
removed. (Figure 1)
① Start (heating)
Press the HOT AIR button on the
handpiece. Hot air blows from the
nozzle and melts the solder. The station
operates based on the preprogrammed
temperature profile. (Figure 2)
CAUTION
①
②
Figure 1
③
Figure 2
④
To stop the program, press the HOT AIR
button. Cooling begins.
② Part suction
When the timer runs down to 10 sec., the
vacuum automatically turns ON and the
part is sucked. Lift the handpiece and
remove the part from the P.W.B. (Figure
3)
③ Releasing the sucked part
To release the sucked part, press the
VACUUM button. (Figure 3)
④Stop
After that, when the step operation is
completed, cooling begins and the airblow
stops as soon as the temperature reaches
100°C (200°F). (Figure 4)
Figure 3
Figure 4
CAUTION
If the vacuum button is pressed before the timer runs
down to 10 seconds, the vacuum pump turns ON.
Press the vacuum button again to stop the air blowing.
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6. OPERATION
E.File changing method in AUTO mode
CAUTION
Be sure to insert the control card into the card slot
before changing.
File initial setting
Mode
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Setting temperature
timer time
Setting temperature
timer time
Setting temperature
timer time
NOTE:
INSTALL
200
30
250
30
300
30
The temperature setting range:
100°C - 500°C (200°F - 930°F).
The time setting range:
0 sec. - 300 sec. (0 min. - 5 min.)
● Attempt to enter a value outside the setting
range will cause the display to begin flashing the
HUNDREDS digit again. Reenter a correct value.
● Both the display temperature and the
temperature setting are the temperature at the
sensor. (Even with the same temperature setting,
the temperature of the hot air differs depending
on the nozzle size.)
● If the time setting is set to 0 sec., the step can be
cancelled.
Example: When file 2 is changed as follows:
Mode
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Setting temperature
timer time
Setting temperature
timer time
Setting temperature
timer time
1. If the
File 2
REMOVE
250
25
250
30
320
25
button is pressed for 1 second
Press and hold the
button
for more than 1 second.
or more, the file number display section
flashes. Select the file number using the
or
Press the
button. If your desired file number is
displayed, press the
or
Then, press the
button.
button. The mode
will be shifted to the INSTALL or REMOVE
selection mode.
2. Use the
or
button to display
.
Press the
Press the
button.
or
button.
button to select and shift
to the step selection mode.
Press the
button.
3. Select your desired step using the
or
button. Display your desired step and press
the
button to select. After that, the mode
will be shifted to temperature setting mode
in step 1.
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Press the
button.
4. a. The HUNDREDS digit on the temperature/
timer display section flashes. Press the
button to select. The TENS digit
begins to flash.
b. Enter the TENS digit.
Use the
or
button to select your
desired value for the TENS digit. If your
desired value is displayed, press the
button. The UNITS digit begins to flash.
c. Enter UNITS digit.
Use the
or
button to select your
desired value for the UNITS digit. If your
Press the
Press the
button.
or
button.
Press the
button.
Press the
button.
desired value is displayed, press the
button. The mode will be shifted to the
timer time setting mode in step 1.
5. a. The HUNDREDS digit on the temperature/
timer display section flashes. Press the
button to set the HUNDREDS digit to
Press the
Press the
button.
or
button.
Press the
button.
0. The TENS digit begins to flash.
b. Enter the HUNDREDS digit.
Use the
or
buttons to select your
desired value for the TENS digit. When
your desired value is displayed, press
the
flash.
button. The UNITS digit begins to
c. Enter the UNITS digit.
Use the
or
buttons to select your
desired value for the TENS digit. When
your desired value is displayed, press the
button. The mode will be shifted into
Press the
or
Press the
button.
button.
Press the
or
button.
Press the
or
button.
Press the
button.
the step selection mode.
6. Use the
or
buttons to select your
desired step. Since it is not changed in step
2, select step 3. When your desired value
is displayed, press the
button to select.
The mode will be shifted to the temperature
setting mode.
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6. OPERATION
7. a. The HUNDREDS digit on the temperature/
timer display section flashes. Press the
button to select. The TENS digit
begins to flash.
b. Enter the TENS digit.
Use the
or
button to select your
desired value for the TENS digit. If your
desired value is displayed, press the
button. The UNITS digit begins to flash.
c. Enter UNITS digit.
Use the
or
button to select your
desired value for the UNITS digit. When
your desired value is displayed, press the
Press the
Press the
or
Press the
button.
button.
button.
Press the
button.
button. The mode will be shifted to
the timer time setting mode in step 3.
8. a. The HUNDREDS digit on the temperature/
timer display section flashes. Press the
button to select. The TENS digit
begins to flash.
b. Enter the TENS digit.
Use the
or
button to select your
desired value for the TENS digit. If your
desired value is displayed, press the
button. The UNITS digit begins to flash.
c. Enter UNITS digit.
Use the
or
button to select your
desired value for the UNITS digit. If your
desired value is displayed, press the
button. The temperature and timer setting
in step 3 will be completed and shifted to
the step selection mode.
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Press the
button.
Press the
Press the
or
button.
button.
9. File writing
Press the
button for 1 second or more to
shift into the file writing mode. Use the
buttons to display
or
Press and hold the
than 1 second.
and press the
button for more
button. The file writing will be completed.
NOTE:
Press the
If
is selected, the data will be returned
to the data before change and the mode will
be shifted to the file number selection mode.
Press the
or
button.
button.
* In AUTO mode, files are not selected. Select
the file to be used and start it.
F. Airflow adjustment
Adjust the flow rate of the hot air while watching
the airflow meter. The adjustment range is 5 l/min
to 20 l/min.
Read from the
center of the ball.
CAUTION
Do not apply excessive force when turning the
airflow control knob.
Turn clockwise to increase the airflow.
Turn counterclockwise to decrease the airflow.
G.Set data checking method
Setting in Auto mode
Select your desired file No. in advance.
Press the
button.
Mode display
.(INSTALL and REMOVE checking)
Use the
button to go next.
Use the
and
Use the
and
buttons
Use the
and
buttons
buttons to change
the STEP.
to change the STEP.
to change the STEP.
Step 1: Temperature check
Step 2: Temperature check
Step 3: Temperature check
Use the button
to go next.
Step 1: Time check
Use the button to return
to temperature display.
Use the button
to go next.
Step 2: Time check
Use the button to return
to temperature display.
Use the button
to go next.
Step 3: Time check
Use the button to return
to temperature display.
* If no button is input for 2 seconds or more in any condition, the unit will be returned to normal conditions.
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7. PARAMETERS
Parameter
Parameter display
°C/°F change
Power saving time (30 min/60 min/∞)
Initial setting
°C or °F
C (°C)
30, 60 or ∞
30 (30 min)
Timer display unit (min/sec)
n or S
n (min)
Change of count-down method (Opened timer/closed timer)
o or c
o (opened timer)
Change of control card lock function (Normal/single lock)
1 or 2
1 (normal)
Change of forced air shutoff function (ON (Enable)/OFF (Disable))
0 or 1
0 (OFF)
* In case of simple lock, the change of file number in AUTO mode can be changed without inserting the control card.
* The forced air shutoff function is inoperative when the temperature readout is 380°C or higher, even if the function is set to be enabled.
● Parameter change method
To enter in Parameter Change mode, turn on
the power switch while pressing the
and
CAUTION
Be sure to insert the control card into the card slot
before changing.
buttons simultaneously.
1. °C/°F change
Press the
or
Press the
or
button.
button, select "C"
(Celsius) or "F" (Fahrenheit) and press the
Press the
button to enter.
button.
2. Change of power save time
Press the
or
∞ and press the
select 30 min, 60 min or
button to enter.
Press the
3. Change of timer display unit
Press the
or
or
button.
button, select “n” (min)
or “S” (sec) and press the
button to enter.
Press the
button.
Press the
button.
Press the
button.
Press the
button.
4. Change of countdown method
Press the
or
select “o” (Opened
timer) or “c” (Closed timer) and press the
button to enter. (See the table on page 7.)
5. Change of card-lock function
Press the
or
button, select 1 or 2 and
press the
button to enter.
The parameter input mode is completed,
is displayed and then returned to the
normal mode.
● Initial resetting method
CAUTION
Be sure to insert the control card into the card slot
before initial resetting.
Turn the power switch ON while simultaneously
pressing the
17
,
and
buttons to reset
to the initial set values upon shipment from the
factory. The mode is displayed in MANUAL.
CAUTION
If the power is turned OFF
before the parameter setting
procedure is completed (
is not displayed), the new
setting value will not be stored
in memory.
● Factory setting
<In MANUAL mode>
Be sure to insert the control card into the card slot
before initial resetting.
<In AUTO mode>
CAUTION
Turn the power switch ON while simultaneously
pressing the
,
and
buttons to reset the
initial set values upon shipment from the factory. The
mode is displayed in MANUAL.
Upon shipment from the factory, the data are set to
the values as shown in the right tables.
Temperature
Offset value
Mode
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
300°C
0
Setting temp.
Timer time
Setting temp.
Timer time
Setting temp.
Timer time
INSTALL
200°C
30
250°C
30
300°C
30
8. OFFSET SETTING METHOD
NOTE:
The temperature at the blowout port varies depends on
the nozzle size. The offset temperature can be selected.
CAUTION
Change the mode to MANUAL before setting.
The operations cannot be performed in AUTO mode.
Press and hold the
button
for more than 1 second.
Press the
or
button
Be sure to insert the control card.
1. Press the
button for 1 second or more.
The mode will be shifted to the offset inputting
mode.
2. Input the offset value.
The input range is -50 to + 50°C (In °F mode,
from -90 to + 90°F)
Enter the HUNDREDS digit.
a. Use the
or
buttons to select your
desired value for the HUNDREDS digit. Only
0 (in case of positive) and – (in case of negative) can be input (the same as in °F mode).
Select 0 or – and press the
button. The
Press the
Press the
button.
or
Press the
button
button.
TENS digit begins to flash.
Enter the TENS digit.
b. Use the
or
buttons to select your
desired value for the TENS digit. When your
Press the
or
button
desired value is displayed, press the
button. The UNITS digit begins to flash.
Enter the UNITS digit.
c. Select your desired value for the UNITS digit
in the same manner as for the TENS digit.
When your desired value is displayed, press
the
button.
Press the
button.
displays and indicates
that the temperature setting procedure is
completed.
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9. MAINTENANCE / INSPECTION
l Broken Heater or Sensor
①Open the handpiece.
1. Retract the vacuum pipe to its shortest
length.
2. Move the tube downward.
3. Remove the three screws holding the
handpiece together.
4. Remove the pipe from the protruding
portion of the handle.
CAUTION
Quartz glass and heat insulation are inside
the pipe. Be careful not to drop or lose
these items.
5. Disconnect the heater sensor connector
and remove the heater.
CAUTION
a
Do not apply excessive force to the
vacuum pipe.
②Measure the resistance value.
1. Measure the resistance value (a) of the
sensor. The normal value is 0Ω.
2. Measure the resistance value (b) of the
heater. The normal values are approx­
imate­ly 33Ω (±10%) (100-120V), 85Ω (±
10%) (220-240V) at room temperature.
If the resistance value is abnormal,
replace the part.
(Refer to the instructions included with the
replacement part.)
l Replacing the Fuse
19
b
CAUTION
Since there are various hazards with replacing the
heating element, be sure to turn off the power and
replace them according to the avove procedure.
1. Unplug the power cord from the power receptacle.
2. Remove the fuse holder.
3. Replace the fuse with new one.
4. Put the fuse holder back in place.
10. ERROR MESSAGE
When the error detection software in the HAKKO FR-803B detects an error, a message is displayed to alert the
operator. See “Troubleshooting” for procedures to correct the error.
Sensor Error
This error occurs when there is the possibility of
a sensor failure (or a failure in the sensor circuit).
flashes and the power is shut down.
This error occurs when the temperature of the hot
Heater Error
air is falling even though the heater is on. The
flashes to indicate the possibility of a heater failure.
11. TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING
l Before checking the inside of the HAKKO FR-803B or replacing parts, be sure to disconnect the
power plug. Failure to do so may result in electric shock.
l The unit does not operate
when the power switch is
turned ON.
l
flashes, indicating a
sensor error.
: Is the power cord or connection plug disconnected?
ACTION : Connect it.
CHECK : Is the fuse blown?
ACTION : Investigate why the fuse blew and then replace the
fuse.
CHECK
CHECK : Is the sensor broken?
ACTION : Measure the resistance value of the sensor.
If the resistance value is ∞, replace the parts with
the new parts.
l
flashes, indicating a
heater error.
CHECK : Is the heater broken?
ACTION : Measure the resistance value of the sensor.
The normal value is 33 Ω (±10%) (100-120V),
85Ω (±10%) (220-240V) at room temperature.
If the resistance value is abnormal, replace the
parts with new parts.
l The profile cannot be set.
CHECK : Is the station in Auto mode?
ACTION : Put the station into Auto mode.
CHECK : Is the value outside the setting range?
ACTION : Enter a value that is within the setting range.
l The vacuum pump does
not stop when the vacuum
button is pressed.
CHECK : Is the VACUUM button being pressed?
ACTION : Press the VACUUM button.
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12. OPTINAL PARTS
CAUTION
QFP
SOP
PLCC
SOJ
BGA(CSP)
The size in
Name/Specification
indicates the size of
IC package.
A
B
1.8
*HAKKO FR-801 and FR-802 are not equipped with
the vacuum function.
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A1471
BGA 12 × 12
16
(0.63)
13
(0.51)
39
(1.54)
41
(1.61)
15
(0.59)
13.6
(0.54)
15
(0.59)
10
(0.39)
10
(0.39)
29 (1.14)
13.5
(0.53)
8.2
(0.32)
39
31
A1265B
QFP 32 × 32
39
A1473
BGA 15 × 15
A1478
BGA 40 × 40
39
(1.54)
29
(1.14)
10
(0.39)
A:27.7
B:39.7
14
(0.55)
A1477
BGA 38 × 38
11.7
(0.46)
A1264B
QFP 40 × 40
39
A1472
BGA 13 × 13
36
(1.42)
A1476
BGA 35 × 35
36
(1.42)
A:12.2
B:12.2
13
(0.51)
9
(0.35)
A1263B
QFP 28 × 40
A1259B
SOP 13 × 28
(0.51 × 1.1)
A:40.2
B:40.2
A1474
BGA 18 × 18
31
19
(0.75)
A:32.2
B:32.2
A1475
BGA 27 × 27
28
(1.10)
A:20.2
B:20.2
9
(0.35)
A1470
BGA 8 × 8
A:42.5 (1.67)
B:42.5 (1.67)
14
(0.55)
21
40
(1.57)
12
21
19
8.7
21
12
(0.47)
A1262B
QFP 12 × 12
A1257B
A1258B
SOP 11 × 21
SOP 7.6 × 12.7
(0.43 × 0.83)
(0.3 × 0.5)
19
(0.75)
A1261B
QFP 20 × 20
18.2
(0.72)
25.9
(1.02)
A:35.2 (1.39)
B:35.2 (1.39)
A:11 (0.43)
B:11 (0.43)
10
(0.39)
18.5
(0.73)
A1215B QFP 42.5 × 42.5
(1.67 × 1.67)
A:18.2
(0.72)
13.6 B:18.2
(0.54)
(0.72)
A1188B PLCC 9 × 9
(0.35 × 0.35)
(20 Pins)
A1187B
TSOL 18.5 × 8
(0.73 × 0.31)
16
(0.63)
30.6
(1.20)
A:15 (0.59)
B:13 (0.51)
10
(0.39)
29
A:36.5 (1.44)
B:36.5 (1.44)
A1260B
SOP 8.6 × 18
A1214B
SOJ 10 × 26
(0.39 × 1.02)
30.6
(1.20)
33.5
(1.32)
33.5 (1.32)
11.9
(0.47)
10
(0.39)
A1203B QFP 35 × 35
(1.38 × 1.38)
10
(0.39)
41
(1.61)
A1189B PLCC 34 × 34
(1.34 × 1.34) (100 Pins)
A:13 (0.51)
B:13 (0.51)
A1186B
TSOL 18 × 10
(0.71 × 0.39)
A1180B
BQFP 17 × 17
(0.67 × 0.67)
A1141B
PLCC 11.5 × 14
(0.45 × 0.55) (32 Pins)
40
(1.57)
21
(0.83)
A: 9 (0.35)
B:14 (0.55)
A1185B
TSOL 13 × 10
(0.51 × 0.39)
19
(0.75)
21
(0.83)
16
(0.63)
A:24.2 (0.95)
B:24.2 (0.95)
A:19.2 (0.76)
16 B:19.2 (0.76)
(0.63)
A1140B
PLCC 11.5 × 11.5
(0.45 × 0.45) (28 Pins)
A:18.5 (0.73)
B:18.5 (0.73)
15
(0.59)
11.7
(0.46)
A1184B
SOJ 18 × 8
(0.71 × 0.31)
A1182B
BQFP 24 × 24
(0.94 × 0.94)
6.9
(0.27)
A1135B
PLCC 17.5 × 17.5
(0.68 × 0.68)
(44 Pins)
A:29.7 (1.17)
B:29.7 (1.17)
10
(0.39)
29
(1.14)
A:31 (1.22)
B:31 (1.22)
29
(1.14)
6.9
(0.27)
24
(0.94)
A:26 (1.02)
B:26 (1.02)
24
(0.94)
29
(1.14)
A:15.2 (0.6)
21 B:21.2 (0.83)
(0.83)
A1139B
PLCC 12.5 × 7.3
(0.49 × 0.29) (18 Pins)
A1138B
PLCC 30 × 30
(1.18 × 1.18) (84 Pins)
A:21 (0.83)
B:21 (0.83)
A1181B
BQFP 19 × 19
(0.75 × 0.75)
15
(0.59)
A:19.2 (0.76)
B:19.2 (0.76)
19
(0.75)
19
(0.75)
19
(0.75)
C0.8
D2.0
A1192
Unit: mm (inch)
A1129B
QFP 28 × 28 (1.1 × 1.1)
11.7
(0.46)
A:15.2 (0.6)
B:15.2 (0.6)
15
(0.59)
A1136B
A1137B
PLCC 20 × 20
PLCC 25 × 25
(0.78 × 0.78) (52 Pins) (0.98 × 0.98) (68 Pins)
A1128B
QFP 14 × 20
(0.55 × 0.78)
19
(0.75)
15
(0.59)
10
(0.39)
A1127B
QFP 17.5 × 17.5
(0.68 × 0.68)
21
(0.83)
A1126B
QFP 14 × 14
(0.55 × 0.55)
A:10.2 (0.4)
B:10.2 (0.4)
10
(0.39)
C1.0
D2.0
A1191
Air nozzle (common to all nozzles)
Vacuum function operative nozzles.
A1125B
QFP 10 × 10
(0.39 × 0.39)
C0.8
D1.8
A1125B~A1129B
A1131~A1141B
No.
A1180B~A1189B
A1203B~A1266B
0.8
28
(1.10)
Vacuum function inoperative nozzles.
Unit: mm (inch)
Ø4.4 (I.D)
(0.17)
Ø2.5 (I.D)
(0.09)
A1183 SOJ 15 × 8
(0.59 × 0.31)
4.8 (0.19)
A1190 Dual Single
2.5 × 9.5 Pitch
(0.09 × 0.37)
A1191
SIP 25L
(0.98)
A1192
SIP 50L (1.97)
8
(0.31)
Ø2.5 (I.D)
(0.09)
26
(1.02)
19
(0.75)
A1134
SOP 7.5 × 18 (0.3 × 0.7)
7.2 (0.28)
7.2 (0.28)
A1325 Dual Single Ø1.5 × 5-10
(0.06 × 0.2-0.39) Adjustable Pitch
10
5
2 (0.08)
2 (0.08)
16
(0.63)
I.D
)(
1.
(0
5
.1
(0
2)
.0
6
3
45°
A1133
SOP 7.5 × 15
(0.3 × 0.59)
5.7 (0.22)
)
A1142B Bent Single
1.5 × 3 (0.06 × 0.12)
A1132
SOP 5.6 × 13
(0.22 × 0.51)
16
(0.63)
A1131
SOP 4.4 × 10
(0.17 × 0.39)
15
(0.59)
A1130 Single Ø4.4
(0.17)
10
(0.39)
A1124B Single Ø2.5
(0.09)
52.5
(2.07)
5 (0.2)
The pitch
between the
two nozzles
is adjustable.
ø1.5 (I.D)
(0.06)
10 (0.39)
CAUTION
Do not use the old part numbers A1124 Single ø2.5 (0.09) and A1142 Bent Single 1.5 × 3 (0.06 × 0.12) nozzle with
the HAKKO FR-803B. These nozzles do not have space to blow hot air, using them with the HAKKO FR-803B may
result in danger.
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13. PARTS LIST / STATION
NOTE:
Spare or repair parts do not include
mounting screws, if they are not
listed on the specifications. Screws
must be ordered separately.
1
Pan head screw with
spring, plain washer
M3 × 6 (2)
Pan head screw with
spring, plain washer
M3 × 6 (2)
7
2
8
Pan head screw
with spring washer
M3 × 6 (4)
3
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Item No. Part No.
①
②
③
④
⑤
Truss screw
M4 × 5 (12)
⑥
External tooth lock washer
Nominal size 4 (1)
Pan head screw with
spring washer
M4 × 6 (2)
External tooth lock washer
Nominal size 4 (2)
4
⑦
⑧
Part Name
Specifications
B3442
Handpiece holder
B3380
P.W.B./for temperature
control
100~120V,
with triac
B3381
P.W.B./for temperature
control
220~240V,
with triac
B1028
Knob
With screw
B1084
Power switch
B2468
Fuse/125V-5A
100~120V
B1258
Fuse/250V-3.15A (S)
220~240V
B2419
Power cord, 3 wired
cord & American plug
U.S.A.
B2421
Power cord, 3 wired
cord but no plug
220~240V
B2422
Power cord, 3 wired
cord & BS plug
India
B2424
Power cord, 3 wired
cord& European plug
220V KTL,
230V CE
B2425
Power cord, 3 wired
cord & BS plug
230V CE, U.K.
B2426
Power cord, 3 wired
cord & Australian plug
B2436
Power cord, 3 wired
cord & Chinese plug
B3508
Power cord, 3 wired
cord & American plug
B2972
Control card
B3410
Connecting cord
China
5
6
Pan head screw with
spring, plain washer
M3 × 8 (1)
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13. PARTS LIST / HANDPIECE
NOTE:
1
Spare or repair parts do not
include mounting screws,
if they are not listed on the
specifications. Screws must
be ordered separately.
10
Tapping screw
Nominal size 2.6 × 6 (2)
8
3
7
4
Tapping screw
Nominal size 2 × 6 (1)
C
A
U
9
H
T
O
T
IO
5
2
N
Tapping screw
Nominal size 3 × 12 (3)
11
Item No. Part No.
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
⑧
25
Part Name
6
Specifications
B3015
Handle
With screws
A1523
Heating element
100~120V
A1524
Heating element
220~240V
B3009
Mica B
B2995
Quartz glass pipe
B3008
Mica A
B3095
Pipe assembly
B3018
Cord assembly
B1188
Silicone hose
For support
heating
element
With silicone
tube
Item No. Part No.
Part Name
Specifications
⑨
B3023
⑩
Vacuum pipe adjustment knob (L)
B1354
⑪
Cord stopper/for
handle
A1520
Pad ø3 mm (0.12 in.)
Set of 5
A1439
Pad ø5 mm (0.20 in.)
Set of 5
A1438
Pad ø7.6 mm (0.30 in.) Set of 5
With screw
14. WIRING DIAGRAM
Vacuum pump
1
2
Power switch
Power receptacle
3
1 2
CN2
CN7
1
CN5
1
4
Pump/Ground
CN4
3
CN9
1
1
3
CN3
1
3
Heater
3
Heating element
P.W.B.
1
1
GND
CN8
1
+
AC sensor-
1
1
1 2
START
VACUUM
SW1
SW2
Terminal board
CN6
Pump
1
3
Handpiece
P.W.B./Triac
Transformer
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HEAD OFFICE
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OVERSEAS AFFILIATES
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TEL: (661) 294-0090 FAX: (661) 294-0096
Toll Free (800)88-HAKKO
4 2 5 5 6
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2012.10
MA01380XZ121010

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