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Hardware Equipments for GSM All about Hardware Instruments and equipments like Soldering Stations, Hardware Tools, Oscilloscopes , Frequency Counters ..ext.

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Old 09-14-2018, 21:25   #1 (permalink)
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high power soldering iron


hello

a question , who uses a 120 / 150w high power solder iron to remove the ic? example, iphone 7 audio ic, iphone 6s pmic ..etc
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bro could explain a little do you mean by haveing solder on the end a nd lifting it straight from on top of a ic I seen a youtuber do that with a knife edge tip and a blob of solder
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yes of course maybe with a more controlled and less empirical system .. check the example , this about a U2 on iphone 5 but same tecnique is applicable to big ic as pmic in critical area or others ic.

the purpose is not to overheat / damage other components in fact there are some tips for iron for this purpose



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yes I do bro but I use 75w soldering iron from soldron , here local made company.
you also need very steady hand to do this , and yes it's very usefull for critical areas .
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very interesting Ive been thinking about buying a jbc station i have original hakko and was gonna buy a chinese jbc station knock off you think its worth it ?I might just risk it to find out
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hi Sarcar , 75w is a low power for big ic infact my test is done on my solder iron with same power but the result is not good .
I've ordered a new station QU**K ts1200a 120w the next test i give here confirmation if it work.
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hi , I have seen these Knokoo clones jbc but they are still expensive and certainly of quality but for this specific use I would spend less for a 120 / 150w Quick or clone that is..
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