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[[Equipment]] \ [[Electronics Lab]]

Latest revision as of 14:29, 10 August 2014

Contents

[edit] Zone

Equipment \ Electronics Lab

[edit] About

What is this equipment used for. Brief description.

[edit] Owner(s)

  • Randy

[edit] Hackability

Do Not Hack

[edit] Permissions

Rules and expectations for use of this piece of equipment. Example:
For general use by members after they have completed an appropriate training course. Treat this equipment as if it were your own cleaning items off of the top of the machine and around its table after usage.

[edit] Restrictions

Things the equipment shouldn't be used for, limitations, etc (Don't grind aluminum or brass, etc)

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[edit] Caution

Things a user should know prior to using the equipment (turn on power supply prior to plugging in USB, etc)

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[edit] Basic Instructions

  • Prepare your board with paste and components
  • Wrap the thermocouple around the extra PCB and place near your board
  • Set Toast to off, Function to turbo, Temp to max and Timer to Stay On
  • Plug in toaster oven and Arduino, and once the Arduino has booted press the right hand button to start the reflow process
  • When the Arduino indicates it is time to cool the board, turn the temperature down to minimum. Opening the door slightly will speed up the process, but is not required and will confuse the Arduino.

[edit] Specifications and Detailed Instructions

Info.jpgRocketScream Arduino Shield
RTFM.PNGRocketScream Manual

[edit] Tips

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[edit] Warnings

Hot.gif Hot Surfaces

[edit] Safety

RTFM.PNG Read the Fine Manual

Unplug.PNG Unplug After Use

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