Model: RMSE-2D; Man­u­fac­turer: JBC Sol­der­ing SL

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JBC has in­tro­duced its new JBC RMSE-2D re­work sta­tion, which can be con­nected via a LAN and be con­trolled from a re­mote lo­ca­tion with JBC .NET soft­ware. This is one of the first sys­tems to op­ti­mise trace­abil­ity in re­work­ing, en­sur­ing greater qual­ity and con­trol dur­ing pro­duc­tion, and al­low­ing the en­tire sol­der­ing process to be man­aged re­motely and in real-time. With this soft­ware, groups of re­work sta­tions can be man­aged and mon­i­tored re­motely.

The JBC RMSE-2D im­proves the qual­ity of real-time as­sis­tance to pre­vent er­rors, al­low­ing op­er­a­tors to check the work panel and re­view help re­sources to de­liver qual­ity lev­els as per the set stan­dards. It helps op­er­a­tors to man­age sta­tions and users. It is also pos­si­ble to de­sign a per­son­alised trace­abil­ity sys­tem built into a fac­tory’s MES sys­tem with the JBC .NET de­vel­op­ment kit. Al­to­gether, this re­work sta­tion is a com­pre­hen­sive so­lu­tion that en­sures com­plete trace­abil­ity of ma­te­ri­als, pro­cesses and the prod­uct sta­tus.

The op­er­a­tor ID, PCB de­tails and solder wire can be stored dur­ing the re­work­ing. The soft­ware saves the tem­per­a­ture at each mo­ment, which it dis­plays as a graph for easy anal­y­sis. Each re­work pa­ram­e­ter can be set by the man­ager in a way that can­not be changed by the op­er­a­tor.


• Sol­der­ing car­tridges are in­te­grated with a sen­sor and heater in the tip

• Its hot air unit of­fers com­plete con­trol of the re­work process by us­ing tem­per­a­ture and air flow pro­files

• Can be com­bined with the use of pre­heaters to avoid ther­mal stress

• Can be in­te­grated with a robot for au­to­matic re­work­ing ap­pli­ca­tions

• In­built coun­ters save plugged hours, work­ing hours, sleep hours and hi­ber­na­tion hours

• TFT screen with ca­pac­i­tive key­board

Con­tact de­tails: asel­varaj@jbc­,­

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