AO968A+ Instruction Manual Datasheet by SRA Soldering Products

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Manufacturer:
AOYUE INTERNATIONAL LIMITED
Jishui Industrial Zone, Nantou, Zhongshan City,
Guangdong Province, P.R.China
http://www.aoyue.com
INT
AOYUE
®
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Thank you for purchasing Aoyue INT 968A+ Repairing System.
It is important to read the manual before using the equipment.
Please keep manual in accessible place for future reference.
968A+
Deluxe
Repairing System
TFIELE OF CONTENTS BFISIE TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE PROBLEM 5: AIR PRESSURE LEVEL IS SIGNIFICAMLY LOW NO MA'ITER HOW HIGH THE AI RFLOW LEVEL I S CALI BRATED PROBLEM 6: THE SOLDERI NG IRON DISPLAYS "Pen" or "Err" PROBLEM 7: DISPLAY & OTHER DEVI CE OPERATI ON ISSUES OTHER PROBLEMS NOT MEN'I10NED:
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PACKAGE INCLUSION ………………..………….. 3
FUNCTIONS AND FEATURES ……………….......... 4
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS …….………...……… 5
CARE AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ………..………. 6
PANEL CONTROLS ………………………...…........ 7
PREPARATION ……………………………………… 8
OPERATING GUIDELINES ...………………….. 9-14
CARE AND USE OF THE TIP ……………..……..… 15
MAINTENANCE …………………..……………. 16-17
BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE …………… 18-19
REPLACEMENT AIR NOIZZLES …………..……..… 20
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PROBLEM 5: AIR PRESSURE LEVEL IS SIGNIFICANTLY LOW NO MATTER
HOW HIGH THE AIRFLOW LEVEL IS CALIBRATED
Case 1: Check the mains voltage (AC power source). If the voltage level
falls significantly low, about 15-20% lower than the standard, there will also
be a noticeable drop in the air pressure level.
SOLUTION: Please refer to your local power service provider.
Case 2: The microcontroller might have detected the operating frequency
incorrectly. The airflow level is noticeably weaker.
SOLUTION: Try to press the “Reset” button on the panel and let the
device re-detect the proper operating frequency. Note that resetting the
device will also reset all previously defined configurations.
PROBLEM 6: THE SOLDERING IRON DISPLAYS “Pen or “Err”
Case 1 “Pen”: Soldering Iron is not properly connected to the unit, unplug
Soldering Iron and reattach to connector. Soldering Iron sensors may has
been damage and needs to be replaced.
Case 2 “Err”: Soldering Iron cannot reach the desire set temperature,
sensor could have been shorted due to wrong connection or heating
element has reached the end of it life.
SOLUTIONS: Check internal pen connection, replace heating element.
PROBLEM 7: DISPLAY & OTHER DEVICE OPERATION ISSUES
SOLUTION: Try to press the “Reset” button on the device. Note that
resetting the device will also reset all previously defined configurations.
OTHER PROBLEMS NOT MENTIONED:
Contact the vendor.
BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
BFISIE TROUBLESHOOTING EUIOE PROBLEM 1: THE UNIT HAS NO POWER PROBLEM 2: TEMPERATURE DISPLAY I S ALWAYS ABOVE 500 C above then C2 ream mum PROBLEM 3: ACI'UALAI R TEMPERATURE IS NOT INCREASING PROBLEM 4: BANNER OR PRODUCI' NAME IS ALWAYS SCROLLING - THE UN NOT USABLE F'FIEEKFIEE INCLUSIONS
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PROBLEM 1: THE UNIT HAS NO POWER
1. Check if the unit is switched ON.
2. Check the fuse. Replace with the same type if fuse is blown.
3. Check the power cord and make sure there are no disconnections.
4. Verify that the unit is properly connected to the power source.
PROBLEM 2: TEMPERATURE DISPLAY IS ALWAYS ABOVE 500oC
Description: Constant display of above
500oC temperature from the panel C3 then
displays a blinking “OFF” on display panels C2
and C3 after a few minutes.
SOLUTION:
The thermal sensor may be broken and needs to be replaced.
PROBLEM 3: ACTUAL AIR TEMPERATURE IS NOT INCREASING
Description: Actual temperature reading is not increasing or decreasing
based on desired level (set temperature). The panel will then display a
blinking “OFF” on display panels C2 and C3 afterwards.
SOLUTION:
The heating element may be broken and needs to be replaced.
PROBLEM 4: BANNER OR PRODUCT NAME IS ALWAYS SCROLLING - THE
UNIT IS NOT USABLE
Description: The product name is just always scrolling from the digital
panel, rendering the device unusable.
SOLUTION: Press “Reset” from the panel. Note that resetting the device
will also reset all previously defined configurations. If the problem persists,
contact the vendor.
BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
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PACCKAGE INCLUSIONS
Main Station ……………………………… 1 unit
G001 IC Popper ……………………………… 1pc.
Soldering Iron with Smoke Absorber …………… 1pc.
2660 Soldering Iron Holder
with Solder Wire Stand …………… 1pc.
Hot Air Gun and Hot Air Gun Holder …………… 1pc.
Power Cord ……………………………… 1pc.
Filter Vacuum Cap ……………………………… 1pc.
Suction Vacuum Cap ……………………………… 1pc.
Black Filter Pad (round) ……………………………… 1pc.
1124 Air Nozzle ……………………………… 1pc.
1130 Air Nozzle ……………………………… 1pc.
1196 Air Nozzle ……………………………… 1pc.
1313 Air Nozzle ……………………………… 1pc.
1197 Air Nozzle ……………………………… 1pc.
Instruction Manual ……………………………… 1pc.
Soldering Iron Assembly Guide …………… 1pc.
SPARE PARTS LI 5" PART# NAME SFE
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Micro-processor-controlled electro-static discharge (ESD) safe unit.
Easy-to-use touch type panel controls with digital display for Hot Air
Gun function.
Environment-friendly repairing system that integrates Hot Air Gun,
Soldering Iron, and Smoke Absorber in one package.
Built-in smoke extractor that absorbs fumes created at the source.
Knob type Soldering Iron temperature control for simple yet efficient
working temperature selection.
Digital control and display of Soldering Iron temperature.
Sleep mode for soldering iron. Soldering Iron to go into sleep mode
based on user defined duration.
Solder Iron digital calibration, Soldering Iron tips can be calibrated +
or -50 degrees. Easily adjust temperature offset with a few simple
adjustments.
Intelligent error-reporting mechanism. Detects and informs the
personnel for problems with the sensor and heating element.
Auto-cooling functionality. Hot Air Gun blows air to cool down the
system to a safe temperature before turning OFF.
Compatibility with various types of air nozzles.
Compatibility with different kinds of soldering tips.
FUNCTION and FEATURES
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SPARE PARTS LIST
NOTE:
To ensure safety and quality, use only genuine parts for replacement.
PART# NAME & SPECIFICATION
10094 Hot Air Gun heating element
30105S Plastic handle of Hot Air Gun
S005 Hot Air Gun complete handle
20962 Hot Air Gun metal pipe
P003 Diaphragm pump
C009 Soldering Iron heating element
30126S Plastic handle of Soldering Iron
B003A Soldering Iron complete handle
20170 Tip enclosure
30181X Black Filter pads
20094 Hot Air Gun ceramic heating element
CARE and MAINTENANCE
EFIRE and I'I'IFIINTENFINEE SPECIEFICFITIEIN A CARBON FILTER mm‘n“ E; REPLACING THE HEATING ELEMENT
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IMPORTANT: Unless otherwise directed, carry out these procedures
with the power switched OFF and the power cord UNPLUGGED.
CARBON FILTER
A filter device is installed at the vacuum outlet (see D2 of panel
controls reference page) . The filter pad should be cleaned and
replaced regularly, depending on the frequency of use.
REPLACING THE HEATING ELEMENT
1. Loosen the 3 screws that secure the Hot Air Gun handle. The heating
element is located in the middle part of the Hot Air Gun.
2. Slide off the plastic tube.
3. Disconnect the ground wire sleeve.
4. The Quartz glass and heat insulation are installed inside the pipe.
Loosen the cable and remove the heating element.
5. Insert the new heating element and reconnect the terminal. Be careful
not to rub or touch together the heating element wire.
6. Reconnect the ground wire after replacing the heating element.
7. Re-assemble the handle.
NOTE: The life expectancy of a heating element is 1 year under normal
operating conditions.
K1 — filter drawer
K2 — active carbon filter pads (30181X)
K3 — smoke absorption nozzle
CARE and MAINTENANCE
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Power Input : available in 110V & 220V
Main Station Dimensions: 188(w) x 126(h) x 250(d) mm
Weight: 5.25Kg
SOLDERING IRON
Power Consumption: 70W
Temperature Range: 200°C - 480°C
Heating Element with Tip: Ceramic Heater
Output Voltage: 24V
Tip to Ground Resistance: Below 2
Tip to Ground Potential: Below 2mV
HOT AIR
Power Consumption: 550W
Temperature Range: 100°C - 480°C
Heating Element Ceramic / Metal Heating Core
Nozzle to Ground
Resistance: Below 2
Pump/Motor Type: Diaphragm Pump
Air Capacity: 23 l /min (max)
SMOKE ABSORBER
Vacuum Pressure: 600mm Hg
SPECIFICATION
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Temperature may reach as high as 480°C when unit is turned ON.
- Do not use near paper, plastic, and flammable gases and
materials.
- Do not touch heated parts.
- Do not touch metallic parts near the tip.
Thermal Protector
- The unit is equipped with auto shut-off ability when
temperature gets too high. The unit will automatically switch back
ON when the temperature has dropped to a safe level.
Handle with Care
- Never drop or sharply jolt the unit.
- Contains delicate parts that may break if unit is dropped.
Unplug the unit from the main power source if it will not be used
for a long period.
- Turn off power during breaks, if possible.
Use only genuine replacement parts.
- Turn-off power and let unit cool down before replacing any parts.
Soldering process produces smoke; use the equipment on well-
ventilated place.
Do not modify or alter the unit in any manner, particularly the
internal circuitry.
CAUTION: Misuse can cause injury and other physical damage.
For your own safety, be sure to observe the following precautions.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
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CAUTION: Never use file to remove residue from the tip.
1. Tip Temperature — High temperature shortens tip life and may cause
thermal shock to other components. Always use the most appropriate
temperature when soldering.
2. Cleaning — Always clean the soldering tip before using. Remove any
residual solder or flux that are still adhering to the tip. Use a clean and
moist cleaning sponge to remove unwanted residues. For better results our
Aoyue 98 and 128 tip cleaners are great alternatives for wet sponges that
cleans as good as wet sponges but does not lower tip temperature like wet
sponges. Contaminants on the tip have many detrimental effects which may
impact soldering performance — one being reduced heat conductivity.
3. After Use — Always clean the tip. Coat it with fresh solder after use.
This protects the tip against oxidation.
4. Never allow the unit to stay idle at high temperature for long periods.
This makes the tip prone to oxidation. Turn OFF the power switch if it will
not be used for several hours. Unplug the main unit from the power source
if possible.
CLEANING THE TIP
IMPORTANT: Performing this procedure extends life of the soldering tip.
1. Set the temperature to 250oC.
2. When the temperature has stabilized, clean the tip and check its
condition. Replace the tip if it is badly worn or appears to be deformed.
3. If the solder plated part of the tip is covered with black oxide, apply
fresh solder containing flux and clean the tip again. Repeat until all the
oxide is removed. Coat the tip with fresh solder afterwards.
4. Remaining oxides such as the yellow discoloration on the tip shaft can
be removed with isopropyl alcohol.
CARE and MAINTENANCE
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SOLDERING IRON MANUAL CALIBRATION
1. Set Soldering Iron to desired working temperature.
2. Wait a few minutes for the temperature to stabilize before checking the
temperature difference with an external calibrated probe.
3. Access the manual calibration hole by removing the rubber cover of the
calibration hole.
4. Use a small screw to slowly adjust the trimmer potentiometer thru the
calibration hole.
5. When tip temperature has been recalibrated. Replace rubber cover into
position.
SOLDERING IRON DISPLAY GUIDE
“Pen”— Soldering Iron is not detected.
“OFF”— Soldering Iron function is currently off.
“Hot”— Soldering Iron function is currently off but the Soldering Iron tip is
still very hot.
“- - - - ”— Soldering Iron is currently in sleep mode.
“t00”— Soldering Iron sleep timer adjustment mode, sleep timer off.
“t60”— Sleep timer adjustment mode, sleep timer set at 60 minutes.
“001 or –00”— Soldering Iron digital calibration adjustment mode.
“Err”— Soldering Iron error.
SOLDERING IRON SMOKE ABSORBER
1. Turn on Soldering Iron function and set to desired working
temperature. Wait for Soldering Iron to reach set temperature.
2. Turn on the Smoke Absorber function switch.
Note: Smoke Absorber function cannot be enabled if the SMD rework
function switch is turned “ON”. To utilize the Smoke Absorber function the
OPERATING GUIDELINES
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A1 Air pressure knob
A2 Soldering Iron temperature display
A3 Soldering Iron temperature knob
A4 Soldering Iron calibration hole.
A5 Reset Hot Air Gun temperature
A6 Hot Air Gun increase temperature adjustment button.
A7 Hot Air Gun decrease temperature adjustment button.
B1 Soldering Iron function switch
B2 Smoke Absorber function switch
B3 SMD rework function switch
C1 Air pressure indicator
C2 Set temperature display (Hot Air Gun)
C3 Actual temperature display (Hot Air Gun)
D1 Soldering Iron terminal
D2 Smoke Absorber / Vacuum outlet
D3 Hot Air Gun output
A1
A2
A3
A5 A4
A6
B1 B2
B3
C1
C2 C3
D1
D2
D3
A7
CONTROL PANEL GUIDE
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A. Main Power
1. Plug power cord into receptacle found at the back of the unit.
2. Switch on the main power switch to turn unit ON.
B. Soldering Iron
1. See 2660 Soldering Iron stand assembly guide.
2. Attach the Soldering Iron to the main unit via the 6-pin output
terminal, D1, found at the left side of the control panel.
3. Place the Soldering Iron to the Soldering Iron stand.
C. Smoke Absorber
Attach the smoke absorbing pen to the Smoke Absorber output
terminal, D2, on the control panel. Make sure that the cord
connections are free from any tangles.
D. Hot Air Gun
Place the Hot Air Gun in the stand to prepare for usage.
Power
Switch
ASSEMBLY and PREPARATIONS
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The Soldering Iron display A2 will turn to “-##” or “0##” ,
indicating it is now on digital calibration mode.
Turn the Soldering Iron adjustment knob to set calibration to “-00”.
This resets the calibration to zero.
let system save the calibration value into the memory by waiting for
a few seconds until the system automatically jumps out of the
calibration mode.
3. Set Soldering Iron to desired working temperature.
4. Wait a few minutes for the temperature to stabilize before checking
the temperature difference with an external calibrated probe.
5. If external calibrated probe shows a higher number than the 968A+
Soldering Iron displayed actual temperature we input a positive
calibration number. If external calibrated probe shows a lower
number than the displayed 968A+ Soldering Iron actual temperature
we input a negative calibration number.
6. Again access the calibration mode of the Soldering Iron:
Ensure that the SMD and Smoke Absorber function switch is off.
Ensure that Soldering Iron function switch is on.
Press and hold the hot air temperature increase button A6.
The Soldering Iron display A2 will turn to “-##” or “0##” ,
indicating it is now on digital calibration mode.
Turn the Soldering Iron adjustment knob to set the desired
calibration value.
Let system save the desired calibration value into the memory by
waiting for a few seconds until the system automatically jumps out
of the calibration mode.
7. Calibration numbers can be adjusted from negative 50 to positive
50. If the digital calibration number is insufficient for calibration.
OPERATING GUIDELINES
SMD REWORKI NG SOLDERI NG I RON DIGITAL CALI BRA11 ON
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To let system save the desired sleep timer value into the memory,
simply let go of the adjustment knob and the system will automatically
save the value into CPU memory.
3. Turn on the Soldering Iron function switch to start using the Soldering
Iron.
4. The sleep timer will start counting down once the Soldering Iron
function switch is turned ON and no adjustments are made to Soldering
Iron set temperature.
5. When the timer expires, the Soldering Iron will shut down its heater and
display three dashes “- - - “. This indicates the Soldering Iron is in sleep
mode.
6. To wake the Soldering Iron simply adjust the temperature knob A3.
7. To disable the sleep timer simply set the sleep timer duration to 0.
8. Access and disable the sleep feature of the Soldering Iron:
Turn Soldering Iron, SMD and Smoke Absorber function switch off.
Press and hold the hot air temperature increase button A6.
The Soldering Iron display A2 will turn to “t##” , indicating it is now on
sleep timer adjustment mode.
Turn the Soldering Iron adjustment knob completely counter clockwise
to set timer to “t00”.
let system save the desired sleep timer value into the memory.
SOLDERING IRON DIGITAL CALIBRATION
1. The Soldering Iron has a digital calibration feature that allows the
user to easily adjust the temperature offset of the Soldering Iron +
or—50 degrees.
2. Reset the calibration number of the Soldering Iron:
Turn SMD and Smoke Absorber function switch off.
Turn Soldering Iron function switch on.
Press and hold the hot air temperature increase button A6.
OPERATING GUIDELINES
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SMD REWORKING
1. Ensure All function switches (B1,B2,B3) are in off position.
2. With the unit plugged to the main power source, turn on the system by
switching the main power switch on. The panel should initially display
the product name in a scrolling manner and display OFF on panel C2
after.
NOTE:
The product name may scroll more than once upon plugging the
system to the power source. The system is trying to determine the appropriate
operating frequency based on the user location. See Basic Troubleshooting
Guide (page 14-15).
2. Turn ON the “SMD Rework” function switch, B3.
3. The system will start to blow hot air and increase the temperature to
90°C, by factory default setting. Display panel, C2, shows the user-
defined (set) temperature while display panel, C3, shows the actual
temperature of the system.
4. Adjust air pressure by turning knob A1. It is recommended to keep the
knob setting at 3 or above. It is also advised to adjust the airflow level
first before increasing the air temperature to avoid building of too much
heat on the Hot Air Gun thus burning the heating element.
NOTE:
If air pressure knob is set to minimum upon switching the SMD Rework ON,
the system will automatically run at average airflow to protect the device from
excessive heat. The user will gain full control once the knob has been adjusted to
the desired airflow level.
OPERATING GUIDELINES
SOLDERI NC I RON SOLDERI NG IRON SLEEP 11 MER
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5. Set the desired air temperature using buttons A6 and A7.
6. You may start reworking as soon as the desired temperature is reached.
Refer to display panel C3 to verify.
7. When reworking is completed, turn off the “SMD Rework” function
switch. The auto-cooling functionality will commence if the system
detects a temperature higher than 95°C. It will blow at full speed to
accelerate the cooling down of the Hot Air Gun. The auto-cooling
functionality will stop when the temperature of the Hot Air Gun reaches
about 95°C or below, as shown from the actual temperature display
panel, C3. The system will then switch off and display an “OFF”
message from user-defined temperature display panel, C2.
NOTE:
Make sure the smoke absorption functionality is switched OFF when using
the equipment for SMD Rework.
SOLDERING IRON
1. With the unit plugged to the main power source and main power switch
in the ON position, ensure that the Soldering Iron is properly connected
to the receptacle, D1.
2. The Soldering Iron display A2 will show the word “OFF” indicating the
Soldering Iron function is turn off.
3. To use the Soldering Iron turn ON the “Soldering Iron” function
switch, B1.
4. The Soldering Iron display A2 will briefly show the current set
temperature then switch to displaying the actual temperature.
5. When we use the adjustment knob, A3, to set the desired soldering
temperature. The digital display A2 will show the current set
temperature based on the knob position.
OPERATING GUIDELINES
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5. After a few seconds the digital display A2 will switch to showing the
actual temperature. You may start soldering when the desired
temperature has been reached. The small dot located at the end of the
number displayed in A2 signifies the heater regulation. When the small
dot starts blinking on and off the system has reached the desired set
temperature.
6. After usage turn off the Soldering Iron function switch.
7. If the Soldering Iron tip is still higher than 100 degrees, the Soldering
Iron display will show the word “Hot” indicating the Soldering Iron is
still hot to caution users.
8. When the Soldering Iron tip’s temperature has fallen to manageable
level the display will show the word “OFF”
9. Switch ON the “Smoke Absorber” function switch, B2, to activate
the smoke absorption functionality.
NOTE:
Turn theSmoke Absorber ON only after the soldering iron reached the
desired (set) temperature. This is to avoid affecting the temperature increase of the
soldering iron in terms of heating time.
SOLDERING IRON SLEEP TIMER
1. The Soldering Iron has a sleep feature that allows the Soldering Iron to
go into sleep mode depending on user programmed duration.
2. To access and enable the sleep feature of the Soldering Iron:
Turn Soldering Iron, SMD and Smoke Absorber function switch off.
Press and hold the hot air temperature increase button A6.
The Soldering Iron display A2 will turn to “t##” , indicating it is now on
sleep timer adjustment mode.
Turn the Soldering Iron adjustment knob to select desired sleep time
in minutes.
OPERATING GUIDELINES

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