[time-nuts] I love the smell of tantalum in the morning
bob at evoria.net
Sat Nov 5 15:18:00 EDT 2016
Personally, I wouldn't touch this without a hot air gun. I don't know what your budget is. What I consider reasonable may be an order of magnitude smaller than for you. So, I use a generically labeled 852D+ rework combo. It has both solder pencil and hot air gun. There are better hot air guns for a reasonable price that have a better system for changing the nozzles. OTOH, I've heard some complaints about this "better" system where the nozzle has fallen off. If you've got a Pace soldering system, then you already know what to do. =)
From: Tom Van Baak <tvb at LeapSecond.com>
To: Discussion of precise time and frequency measurement <time-nuts at febo.com>
Sent: Saturday, November 5, 2016 2:12 PM
Subject: [time-nuts] I love the smell of tantalum in the morning
See C13 in the attached photo. I need to replace some blown caps on a few boards . In one instance the cap got so hot it melted itself off the board. Quiet convenient, actually -- it acts like its own fuse -- but I don't think the 5071 designers had that clever feature in mind.
Having not done SMT before, how should I do it with minimal risk to the very precious PCB. Or, what equipment should I use this as a good excuse to buy?
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