Stig

Member Since: January 5, 2010

Country: United States

  • Tutorial - Soldering 101 | about 3 years ago

    When I was taught solderin in the military, a rule of thumb was approx 150 degC above the melting point. Normally we left it a little bit higher, like 350 degC for 60/40 solder (melting point 177-183 degC).<br />
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    Another important thing is, select the size of your tip according to what you want to solder. Small mass to heat up, use a small tip; big mass to heat up, use a bigger tip.

  • Tutorial - Soldering 101 | about 3 years ago

    When I was taught solderin in the military, a rule of thumb was approx 150 degC above the melting point. Normally we left it a little bit higher, like 350 degC for 60/40 solder (melting point 177-183 degC).<br />
    <br />
    Another important thing is, select the size of your tip according to what you want to solder. Small mass to heat up, use a small tip; big mass to heat up, use a bigger tip.

  • Product COM-09320 | about 4 years ago

    Since you don’t sell the hall effect sensors, is it possible to use Allegro A3214ELHLT-T or A3213ELHLT-T? Or are there any other sensors better suited which can be found on Farnell?

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