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Scotle HR6000

Postby Flashing360 » Sun Jun 17, 2012 6:35 pm

Scotle HR6000 is a two temperature zones BGA rework station, and the top is hot air head and bottom is infrared heater.

Scotle HR6000 is designed by an excellent team with very experienced technicians from UK who did BGA rework for 8 years, it will definately more friendly to users.

Scotle HR6000 is designed for repair cell phones, Xbox, and other consumer electronics with not large PCBA boards.

Scotle HR6000 main features as below:

1. It is two temperature design and the top is hot air head and bottom is infrared head. The two temperature zones are independently controlled with high precision controller.

2. Scote HR6000 can store 10 groups temperature profiles. And can set 8 segments ramp up and 8 segments constant temperature.

3. Scotle HR6000 applies high precise k-type thermocouple with closed-loop control and it is also automatic temperature compensation system. And external temperature sensor can help to analyze and certify the temperature parameters of the actual temperature profile.

4. With PLC and temperature module, Scotle HR6000 can keep the temperature deviation within ±2 degrees.

5. Scotle HR6000 uses removable V-groose design fixture which makes PCB board of different sizes positoning easily, quickly and safely.

6. Scotle HR6000 is also equipped with universal removable pole which can protect PCBA from deformation , and also can avoid damaging the surrounding components. What's more, it is suitable for irregular PCB board with different sizes of BGA.

7. Scotle HR6000 is equipped with different alloy hot air nozzles for different size BGA rework and those hot air nozzles can be rotated in 360 degrees which are very easy to be installed, positioned and replaced.

8. Scotle HR6000 is with alarm function which will buzz when the soldering or desoldering is about to finish.

9. After finishing the soldering or desoldering , there is large flow cross fan to cooling the PCB which can prevent PCB deformation and get to the soldering effect.

10. Scotle HR6000 is equipped with emergency stop switch and automatic power-off protection device in case of emergency happening.
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Re: Scotle HR6000

Postby Flashing360 » Fri Jun 22, 2012 4:02 am

Courtesy of Scotle

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more to follow :)
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Re: Scotle HR6000

Postby scotle » Tue Jul 03, 2012 9:56 am

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all parts such as ssr, power supply is CE mark high quality parts !!!
http://www.scotle.com/en/hot-air-rework ... ation.html
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Re: Scotle HR6000

Postby Flashing360 » Tue Jul 03, 2012 10:09 am

Due in uk stock around 21/07 and in our opinion its easily the best of the smaller machines. In the same price barrier as the achi ir6000/6500 but a much better machine capable of reworking larger boards than the achi's.
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Re: Scotle HR6000

Postby brett1 » Tue Jul 03, 2012 10:50 am

thanks for all the info on this one and also to scotle for the pics looking forward to getting this one :D
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Re: Scotle HR6000

Postby DjAaron » Tue Jul 03, 2012 11:36 am

scotle wrote:
TNTLABLE 001.jpg


Inner photo of scotle-hr6000
all parts such as ssr, power supply is CE mark high quality parts !!!
http://www.scotle.com/en/hot-air-rework ... ation.html


I like the way you add wire wrap to keep it nice and clean you can see it's quality part's and work.
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Re: Scotle HR6000

Postby brett1 » Tue Jul 03, 2012 12:01 pm

DjAaron wrote:
scotle wrote:
TNTLABLE 001.jpg


Inner photo of scotle-hr6000
all parts such as ssr, power supply is CE mark high quality parts !!!
http://www.scotle.com/en/hot-air-rework ... ation.html


I like the way you add wire wrap to keep it nice and clean you can see it's quality part's and work.



that could be one hell of a mess in there without it
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Re: Scotle HR6000

Postby brett1 » Thu Jul 05, 2012 2:18 pm

just one question why do you still use rs232 connection and not usb would so much easier and better
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Re: Scotle HR6000

Postby alanpo » Thu Jul 05, 2012 5:53 pm

RS232 is better suited to scientific and industrial machinery because it is a dedicated connection and because it handles the master/slave relationship of two way comms between devices better.
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Re: Scotle HR6000

Postby brett1 » Thu Jul 05, 2012 6:11 pm

thanks for that alan do you use your hr6000 connected to pc then? can you pm me a link to get the correct one please
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