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This is an 800W 180×235mm infrared SMD reflow oven.  It has a number of reflow profiles available and can be programmed with a custom profile.  Profile 1 is a fairly standard profile which works pretty well for lead-free solder paste.
 
This is an 800W 180×235mm infrared SMD reflow oven.  It has a number of reflow profiles available and can be programmed with a custom profile.  Profile 1 is a fairly standard profile which works pretty well for lead-free solder paste.

Revision as of 21:00, 23 February 2014


T-962 Reflow Oven
T-962 Reflow Oven.jpeg
Owner/Loaner Rob Riggs
Serial Number F1306748
Make/Model T-962 Reflow Oven
Arrival Date 2014
Usability yes
Contact Rob Riggs
Where Electric Avenue
Authorization Needed no
Hackable no
Estimated Value about $250
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T-962 Reflow Oven Rob Riggs Area: {{{hostarea}}} https://wiki.pumpingstationone.org/T-962_Reflow_Oven



This is an 800W 180×235mm infrared SMD reflow oven. It has a number of reflow profiles available and can be programmed with a custom profile. Profile 1 is a fairly standard profile which works pretty well for lead-free solder paste.

The oven has been modified with the hacks documented by this Instructable.

Step 2 of the hack was done with a Digispark USB Development Board. You can hear the fan pulse when the heating elements are on.