Puhui T-8280

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Puhui T-8280

Postby Flashing360 » Sun Jun 17, 2012 7:27 pm

This T8280 uses advanced infrared component to preheating and PID intelligent control system to realize accuracy and efficiency.

T8280 infared preheating oven can be used widely both in leaded and lead free reworking especially for PCBA assembly with BGA ic chips.

No pcb deformation, no small component shift will happen during the reworking process because the infrared ray of T8280 is with strong penetration which can let the conponents get even.

T8280 is equipped with 1500w preheating system which can preheat 280*270mm area.

This is a great beginner preheater as it has a large IR preheat area which is easily sufficient for xbox 360 and laptop rework. Also the price is a key factor in making it perfect for people wishing to start reworking.
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Re: Puhui T-8280

Postby TiMMY12321 » Sat Feb 02, 2013 10:46 pm

I got this pre-heater about 1 week ago and i love it ! :)
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Re: Puhui T-8280

Postby BGA Rework Store » Sun Feb 03, 2013 12:59 am

just to help you out this is a great guide in setting up your t8280 and station the guide is for a 968 but will be more than suitable for any hot air wand .


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Re: Puhui T-8280

Postby FBGAmodz » Mon Aug 05, 2013 4:57 am

Nice guide
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Re: Puhui T-8280

Postby DrunkenNinja » Mon Aug 05, 2013 8:21 am

FBGAmodz wrote:Nice guide


It's an awesome guide and will set you up nicely, I still use the basis of that guide today and have nothing but success stories 8-)
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Re: Puhui T-8280

Postby sikkwidditt » Mon Jan 20, 2014 4:37 am

I just have a question? My main goal is the reflow/reball PS3/XBOX HP DV series GPU'S APple Laptop Logic board water damage? DO I really need this Pre heater? Im sorry for a noob question? how this pre heater Help? is this a alternative to an OVEN like seeing people putting Logic Board inside the OVEN.. THanks! need some INFO please!
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Re: Puhui T-8280

Postby D4Rk » Mon Jan 20, 2014 9:32 pm

Putting some money back so I can buy this stuff.
Soon hopefully. :)
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Re: Puhui T-8280

Postby DrunkenNinja » Tue Jan 21, 2014 1:04 pm

I use a T-8280, It's a Tank and becomes a very sensitive piece of kit with a C100 Mod :D

I even ran a leaded profile with only bottom heat on it once, I just wanted to see if it could be done, I ended up re-attaching 3 or 4 BGA chips in one swoop :D

(The Xbox Slim worked after but this is not recommended!!!)
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Re: Puhui T-8280

Postby sikkwidditt » Tue Jan 21, 2014 8:45 pm

garageinc wrote:if your doing rework without a preheater you are just inviting serious problems. fibreglass will naturally pull towards heat so to heat from only the top will cause board warp every time. so yes you really need one. i cant believe people still question this :rolleyes: like we all just bought it for no reason

relax tiger! Just a beginner trying to learn here....you were a beginner when you first started too....so be nice! :facepalm:
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Re: Puhui T-8280

Postby skylinenismo » Wed Jan 22, 2014 12:00 am

Well I personally Use an Aoyue 852A++ with a Puhui T-8280 for every rework i do...Still kicking myself i didn't get the 968 but i bought mine a long while ago... It's a great little setup and is perfect like Everyone was saying for beginning to learn Reworking. More then strong enough yet affordable at the same time. :+1: ;) I personally reball laptops, Ps3's and xbox 360 boards with this setup. No problems. You can even install a C100 Mod like others on here and have even more fun.
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