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Honton HT-R390

Postby Flashing360 » Sun Jun 17, 2012 7:16 pm

It is made up of three temperature zones: two are hot air and one infrared

The temperature controller, PLC and heater of the HT-R390 are made of high-precision material which can control the reworking process precisely.

HT-R390 is with three indepedently controlled temperature zones:

The first and second temperature zone can be set 8 segment (up/ down) temperature profiles and 8 constant temperature profile. The bga rework station can save 10 different temperature profiles in tolal.

The third one is the preheating zone to ensure the the PCB gets full heat during reworking process.

HT-R390 can be connected to computer with built-in PC RSS serial port and comes with the software CD

The temperature profiles for top and bottom heating are going independently when the HT R390 is in use , and the cross-flow fan can help to cool the PCB rapidly to protect the deformation of the PCB.

High precision temperature thermocouple can feel the actual temperature precisely.

HT R390 with alarm function to inform you that the desoldering and soldering process has finished, and it also with a vacuum suction pen to help to remove the chips.

HT-R390 is designed with a V-groove with a flexible movable fixture to protect the deformation of the PCB.

HT-R390 can be used to repair pcb with high temperature demand or lead free reworking

The Hot air nozzles can be rotated 360 degrees, easy to replace. They have a variety of sizes, special requirements can be customized.

HT-R390 bga rework station can repair motherboards for laptops, desktop motherboards, and other large circuit board repair, and mobile phones and other micro-chip board service.

Below is the technical details for HT-R390

Total Power: 3800W

The upper part of heating power: 800W

The bottom of the heating power: 800W, the bottom of the infrared heating power: 2200W

Power supply: single phase 220V AC 50/60HZ 3KVA

Size: the body parts of 500 * 420 * 550MM

Temperature control: high-precision K-type thermocouple.

Positioning: V shaped slot PCB positioning, the maximum size of 320 * 375MM meet PCB
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Re: Honton HT-R390

Postby darrin » Fri Mar 16, 2018 9:20 pm

im buying this item and its a 220v can i use a 5000 watt step or down converter and also is there a link for software . thanks
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Re: Honton HT-R390

Postby code0102stinks » Sat Mar 17, 2018 3:14 pm

darrin wrote:im buying this item and its a 220v can i use a 5000 watt step or down converter and also is there a link for software . thanks


As per the manual, that is a 3800W total machine. You can't produce enough power out of a 110v outlet with a 5000W converter. You need a 220v circuit
to get the wattage needed. 20A 220v circuit should do it. 3800W at 240V(which is usually what a 220v is in US) is about 17A. But the machine is only going
to draw that is all elements are full on at the same time. You could run a 30A 220v circuit if you wanted to be super safe, but I would think 20A 220v circuit
should be fine. As far as the software, I have all the files but this forum doesn't seem to let me upload them. Can't find the downloads anymore on the manufacturers
sites but this guy still has a web page up with the downloads. I like the Bauer 3.0 one the best, but he doesn't have that one. Has the Honton one though.
http://*****.com/bga-manuals-programs
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Re: Honton HT-R390

Postby code0102stinks » Sat Mar 17, 2018 3:24 pm

Crap. Forum scrambled the link. Check your PM "darrin".
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Re: Honton HT-R390

Postby darrin » Sun Mar 18, 2018 1:26 am

so what about a 10000 watt converter and are u sure. because they say i need a converter
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Re: Honton HT-R390

Postby code0102stinks » Sun Mar 18, 2018 3:39 am

It isn't the converter. It's the amount of wattage that machine takes to run it. You are in the US, so you are wanting to buy a 220v machine but you want to
power it with a 110v outlet in your house, right? You want to use a converter that will plug into your 110v outlet and up convert it to 220v for the Honton machine, right? Use an ohms law calculator and figure out the amps you will need to draw out of your 110v outlet to produce 3800 watts. About 31A. You won't have an outlet in your home that is more than 20A. Most 110v circuits will be 15A and one's in the bath and kitchen should be 20A for things like appliances and hair dryers. You just need a 20A 220v circuit to run that machine and forget about using a converter. And I made an error before cuz I calculated for 5000W instead of the 3800W you need, so when I said you could use a 30A 220v circuit to be safe. Don't need 30A. 20A 220v circuit is plenty. So, if your plan is to use a 110v outlet to somehow run a machine that is rated at 3800W, then "Yes", I am very sure that won't work.
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Re: Honton HT-R390

Postby darrin » Sun Mar 18, 2018 5:21 pm

so is there a way for a electrian to rewire machine for 110 v . i may have a electrican do this if possible also is a symactics on wiring of a honton 390 anywhere or do anyone have one. thanks
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Re: Honton HT-R390

Postby code0102stinks » Sun Mar 18, 2018 8:23 pm

Converting the machine to 110v would mean removing all the 220v heating elements and replacing them with 110v elements. That means all ceramic
bottom heat plates and both HR elements. Waste of time and money cuz you still have the issue of a machine that draws more wattage than you can
produce with a 110v outlet. Voltage isn't your problem. You can change the voltage with a converter but even though that will bring the voltage to 220v
to the machine, it doesn't change the amount of wattage you can get out of a 110v 20A circuit.
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Re: Honton HT-R390

Postby darrin » Tue Mar 20, 2018 4:04 pm

hey what u think about t890 bga infrared machine
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Re: Honton HT-R390

Postby code0102stinks » Tue Mar 20, 2018 6:31 pm

T890 is listed as 1500w. I am guessing 2200w bottom heat and 250w top heater. Built cheap and not enough power. Look for a two zone machine with at least 1800w for bottom heat. Like a scotle or Honton
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