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Thread: SMT soldering
picon face BY : Andrew Russell Morris email (remove spam text)

>When using a toaster oven, ensure that the temperature of the oven is less
>than 80 degs C, before placing the pcb in. Then, turn on the oven, with the
>temperature of the controller set to, say 209 degs C. When the temp is
>reached, the controller will switch off the heating element. Open the door
>and let is cool for a while before removing.

Do you turn the oven off and open the door as soon as 209 degrees is
reached, or sometime afterward. I know the the controller will switch off
the heating element at 209 degrees, but it will come back on when the
temperature drops a little, and keep turning on and off, maintaining
temperature at the set point until I turn it off.

I don't want to appear stupid. I think you mean as soon as the controller
switches the heater off for the first time, but I just want to be sure I
understand what you meant. :-)

See also: www.piclist.com/techref/pcbs.htm?key=smt
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