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|04-10-2017, 23:15||#1 (permalink)|
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5 pins soldering tweezer convert to 7 pins
did anyone knows how to convert soldering tweezer 7pins to 5pins to be use at rework stations ? I cant find to there website or google.thanks in advance
|04-10-2017, 23:24||#2 (permalink)|
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You must identify the pin 2 of the resistance and the pin 2 of the temperature probe and verify that they are compatible ...
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|04-21-2017, 14:44||#6 (permalink)|
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seems all 7 pins are not connected . 4 or 5 pins are connected rests are not connected or idel .
need to know soldering station 5 pins connections . positive pin , gound pin & other temp sensing pins .