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 How to remove and then solder a SMD chip on PCB?

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ZLM Posted - 02/13/2012 : 17:12:07
The steps to remove and then solder back a SMD chip. Following tools are used:

1. a 2-in1 rework station (TOOL-021)

2. SMD rework essential pack (TOOL-031)"

Remove Steps:

1. Prepar the SMD rework station

Adjust temperature to 350 degree C on both hot air and iron.

2. Use hot air to heat the chip and remove the chip using the tweezer.

3. Chip removed

[b]4. Plcae the chip in adapter for read/write on programmer

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Betty Hunt Posted - 06/25/2019 : 05:18:39
You are using the right way ElsaCline.
Betty Hunt Posted - 05/29/2019 : 04:33:21
You can go upto 380C-400C.
radciffkaty1 Posted - 04/04/2018 : 04:59:51
Hello @ZLM
While using hot air to desolder the SMD components, What temperature is reasonably safe?
ZLM Posted - 08/01/2015 : 17:05:56
The iron is going to be used when soldering back the chip.
rddube Posted - 07/31/2015 : 11:23:41
I have a question: Why turn on the iron if it is not used?

Thank you!


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