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TECHNICAL DATA SHEET

Daily Maintenance inspection for


Station-type soldering irons
(Using SOLDERING Thermometer &Tester)
Tools Needed:
1. Hanstar 191/ Hanstar FG-100/ Goot TM-100 thermometer
2. Hoslen-SLD 192 thermometer tester with built-in surface resistance tester
3. 191- 212 or 191- 211 sensor
4. Thermocouple wire type K with plug (TP-01) , Thermometer needle probe TP-02( A1130)
Objective:

Prevent device damage and soldering failure


The Hoslen-SLD 192 measures tip temperature, leak voltage and tip-to-ground resistance & surface
resistance. Hanstar 191 measures tip temperature. Every soldering operator should have one on their
workbench to ensure their soldering equipment is operating properly at all times.
Procedure:
Inspection 1. Checking the leak voltage
(using Hoslen-SLD 192)
Inspection 2. Checking the tip-to-ground resistance
(using Hoslen-SLD 192)
Inspection 3. Checking the tip temperature
(using Hanstar 191 or Hanstar Fg-100)
Note: Lagunastar Industries acknowledges the Hakko website www.hakko.com as one of the sources for this information.

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HOSLEN-SLD 192 SOLDERING TESTER


Soldering thermometer tester with built in surface resistance tester ( 5 in 1 tester!)
FEATURES:

Accurately measures: Temperature of Soldering iron tip,


Leak electricity voltage
Grounding resistance
Surface resistance
Temperature of Soldering Pot or any Liquid
Meet MIL-STD-2000 standard Measure actual trms
Wide temperature range, high accuracy. Inspection result can output to monitor.
Easy replaceable temperature sensor ensures accuracy (hakko 191-212 sensor)
SPECIFICATION: SLD-HOSLEN 192
Temperature

VOLTAGE

RESISTANCE
DISPLAY
SURFACE RESISTANCE
MONITOR OUTPUT
POWER CONSUMPTION
SIZE
WEIGHT
OPERATING ENVIRONMENT
Accessories

decompounds
range
accuracy
sensor
Resolution
range
accuracy

1 deg C
0 ~ 600 deg C
3deg C (300-500 deg C)
K(CA)Thermocouple(0.2mm)
0.1mV
0 ~ 90mV (AC)
(5% + 1 digit)
Accord with MIL-STD-2000standard
resolution
0.1
range
0 ~ 90
accuracy
+/- (5%+1 number)
indication liquid crystal
3.5 digits
Measure range
103 -1012 ohm/sq
Accuracy
0.5
temp
1mV/C
voltage
10mV/mV
resistance
10mV/
1W
About 245(W) X 50(H) X 120(D) mm
about 1.1kg
0 ~ 40 deg C, RH = 0 ~ 80%
AC/DC adaptor plug (220V) , carrying case, manual, ground wire

BAKON 192

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BK192 soldering tester


1. Measure temperature of soldering iron tip, leak electricity voltage and grounding resistance exactly.
2. Meet MIl-STD-2000 standard.
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5. Testing result can be outputted to monitor.
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Specifications SOLDERING TESTER BAKON 192
temp

Voltage

Anti-resistance
Indicate
Monitor output

Power consumption
Dimension
Weight

Dissolution
1
Range
0-600
Sensor
K-(CA)Thermocouple)0.2mm
Accuracy
3
Dissolution
0.1mV
Measure range
0-90mV(AC)
Accuracy
(5%+1[One number]
Accord with MIL-STD-2000 Standard
Dissolution Range Accuracy
0.1 0-90 (5%+1One number]
Liquid crystal Outrange
3 1/2 Digital indicator
-/
Temp Voltage Anti-resistance Damage 1mV/ 10mV/mV 10mV/ -7V
(Max)
1W
200(W)50H120(L)mm
Almost 1.1kg

Inspection 1. Checking the leak voltage (using SLD-Hoslen 192 or Bakon 192)

The following factors cause electric current to be leaked from the tip to the P.W.B. and the device, resulting in adverse effects on objects being soldered. For this
reason, check the leak voltage periodically.
Even though an insulative ceramic material is used, long-term use has caused the heating element to deteriorate and the leak voltage to increase.
Accumulation of oxides on the parts such as tip/element cover caused contact failure to be generated and leak voltage to increase.
How much leak voltage is normal?

The lower the leak voltage, the better. The MIL standard which has been abolished at present specifies that the leak voltage is designated to be lower than

2mV; therefore, all Hanstar station-type soldering irons have been delivered with the leak voltage set to 2mV or less in conformance to the MIL standard. The
MIL standard is a US military-based standard and the standard MIL-STD 2000A regarding soldering irons has been abolished.
Point for measuring the leak voltage
Measure the leak voltage after adjusting the temperature setting to the maximum. When the leak voltage is measured at the highest temperature, the highest
leak voltage will be recorded. If normal results are obtained even in unfavorable conditions such as at the highest temperature, it is judged that normal results
will be obtained at other temperature settings. (This method is based on the MIL standard.)

If the leak voltage is higher, what actions should be taken?


1. If the heating element has deteriorated
- Replace the heating element with a new one. The heating element will be oxidized and blackened in this case.

2. If oxides have accumulated on other parts


- Remove oxides with steel wool (Tinsel Tip Cleaner Top S-603). An oxidized tip causes the wetting characteristics to deteriorate. The
chemical is convenient to use for recovering the tip wetting characteristics.

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Inspection 2. Checking the tip-to-ground resistance


When Oxide and flux stuck on the tip, the element cover and nut will cause the tip-to-ground resistance to become higher. As a result, the leak voltage will
become higher; therefore, periodically check the tip-to-ground resistance.
* For the tip-to-ground resistance, let the current temperature increase to the set temperature to make the temperature stable before measurement.

How much tip-to-ground resistance is normal?


As with leak voltage, the lower the tip-to-ground resistance, the better.
The MIL standard which has been abolished at present specifies that the resistance is designated to be lower than 5;
therefore, all HANSTAR station-type soldering irons have been delivered with the resistance set to
than that of the MIL standard.

or less which is stricter

If the tip-to-ground resistance is higher, what actions should be taken?


Polish the contact sections such as the tip and element cover with sandpaper, steel wool, etc. to remove any oxide films. An
oxidized tip causes the wetting characteristics to deteriorate. A soldering chemical paste is convenient to use for recovering
the tip wetting characteristics.

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Inspection 3. Checking the tip temperature


If the tip, element cover, etc. are oxidized, heat conduction will be deteriorated, causing the tip temperature to become
lower, resulting in soldering failure. To prevent soldering failure, measure the tip temperature daily.
*Tip temperature can be measured by Hoslen- SLD 192 ,& HANSTAR-HANSUN191 &199 (FG- 100)
The indicated tip temperature may be lower than the actual temperature due to other factors.

HANSTAR-HANSUN THERMOMETER 191

FEATURES
-With CA sensors that precisely measure the temperature of soldering iron tip
- With Large liquid crystal digital display
replace sensor

- Easy to

- Low battery & sensor alarm display function.

- Latest design can be used to measure the temperature of solder pot & the inner temperature of other liquids and solids by
use of a probe.

- FREE!!! 10pcs Thermometer

sensor (191-211 or 191-212) & thermocouple wire type K with mini plug (Hansin 191-KWP- for liquid temp.)
Item no.
191
Resolution
1deg C
Measure Range

0 to 600 deg C

Sensor

K(CA)Thermocouple(0.2mm)

Accuracy

3deg C

Indicate
Power
Service life
Working Room Temperature

a) 3.5digital indicator.
DC 9V dry battery
more than 150 hours
0-40 deg C

b)Battery alarm

Size
Weight
Design

160(W)45(H) 80(D)mm
almost 200g
portable handle

Other Accessories:
PROBE A1310 - THERMOCOUPLE PROBE USED FOR SOLDER POT
TP-02 (A1310) Temperature probe

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HANSTAR FG-100 Thermometer


The Hanstar FG-100 v2 thermometer provide fast, accurate tip temperature measurements using a fine CA wire sensor (0.2). The FG-100
measures tip temperatures as well as solder pot temperatures (with optional temperature probe.) Lightweight, easy-to-replace sensors
provide accurate measurement of tips for verification or calibration processes. When the MAX HOLD feature is enabled, the thermometer will
display the maximum temperature measured. To preserve battery life, the auto shutoff feature turns the thermometer off when not used
for three minutes. The thermometer design allows for easy measurements from right or left handed operators.
The sensor (P/N: 191-211) has a special metal alloy coating (patent pending) that resists corrosion and oxidation

Sensor replacement is quick and easy


Easy-to-read digital temperature display

Part No. FG 100


Type
Resolution
Range of Measurement
Applied Sensor
Measurement Tolerance
Power Supply
Dimensions
Weight

Centigrade
1C
0C - 700C
K(CA) type thermocouple
3C (300C - 600C)
5C other than above
9V battery
68(W) x 140(H) x 28(D) mm
(2.7 x 5.5 x 1.5 in.)
115 g (4.0 lbs.)

HANSTAR FG-100 v2- Modified version, it is used to measure soldering iron temperature when using the sensor 191-212.
It is with hole at the bottom that can fit TP-01 thermometer probe that you can use to measure also SMD Rework Hot Air temperature or TP-02
(a1130) needle probe so you can check the soldering pot boilers temperature

In general, the optimal temperature range for soldering is 300C to 500C, and that for SMD rework system is 300C to 600C.
The tolerance is 3C within the optimal temperature range (300C to 600C). For the temperature range other than the above,
the tolerance is not guaranteed but usually stays in the range of about 5C.
TECHNICAL DATA SHEET
Product = SOLDERING THERMOMETER SENSOR 191-212
Part no. = 191-212

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THERMOMETER SENSOR 191-212


-Soldering thermometer sensor, Hakko 191-212 / Hakko, 191-211
-Sensor replacement is quick and easy
-Fast accurate soldering tip temperature measurements using a fine CA wire sensor (dia. = 0.2mm).
*Used in soldering thermometers model 191, 192. fg-100, fg-101, 199

Hakko's 191-212 is a thermometer sensor for no-lead solder. The 191-212 sensor wire is specially coated near the weld junction to improve
sensor life when using no-lead solders. 10 pieces of sensor wire for use with 191 and 192 thermometers. 191-211 is used for soldering using
Leaded 63/37 types.

Part No. 191-212


Application: Sensor for Soldering Thermometer/Tester using Lead-Free Solders
Type of Product = Replacement Sensors & Probes
Estimated Weight ( g) :

20 g / pack

Standard Carton Qty :

10pcs/ pack

Temperature Range:

0 to 600 deg C

Country of Origin :

Indonesia

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Suggested Replacement rate of sensor:


The suggested sensor replacement period is after 50 times of usage, but depends on the temperature used and the components in the solder
and flux.
If you use lead-free solder, the sensor needs to be replaced more frequently.
If the sensor degrades because it is being eaten away by the solder, it will register a low temperature. Even if the sensor is not broken, it is
suggested to replace it after about 50 measurements.
If the soldering tip has degraded, the temperature will register extremely low.
Keep these points in mind and decide on the sensor replacement period.
Caution: The sensor is extremely thin and may break if pushed with force.

GOOT TM-100 TIP THERMOMETER


Original, From Japan
Measure tip temperature quickly, with high accuracy Industry-leading Tip Thermometer with superior stability and
responsiveness (PAT.P)

Corresponding to wide temperature range 0-550 degrees C as is necessary for soldering work.
The tolerance stays in the range of 10.5% of the full scale.
Tip temperature is measurable only 2-3 seconds with highly accurate sensor. (Even extra-fine tips in about 5 seconds.)

The good solder- wettability, and the well-designed form, make for stable & accurate readings of various tips.
Easily user-replaceable sensor with excellent workability & maintenance.
Economical long-life temperature sensor
Good for over 200 uses. An average use is roughly 3 seconds at 350 degrees C (662F).
Sensor-life Counter Alarm to Estimate Operating-life (PAT.P)
Counts in units of 3-seconds of use at temperature 350 degrees C (662F).
The alarm lamp will blink when the counter exceeds the set number of counts.
High visibility with seven-segment display LED
Excellent LED lighting makes display easy to read, even in dark environments.
Takes standard batteries (4 AA batteries)
Operates for over 100 continuous hours with alkaline cells.
Also takes rechargeable AA batteries (LR6, 6RP).
Equipped with a flat-battery alarm.

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Corresponds to a wide range of tips


Designed to perform well with various tip sizes and forms.
Peak-Hold Function
Retains display of the peak level of temperature change (unsetting also available).
Auto-Power OFF function
Automatically powers off when no temperature change of 100 degrees or more is measured after device is switched on.

How To Calibrate Your Soldering Iron in Two Steps


A soldering iron is like a piano; once in a while it needs a tuning.
Whether you're using an old iron hand piece or just bought a replacement, calibrating your soldering iron should be a weekly routine.

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The biggest setback of all soldering stations is the inaccuracy of its temperature reading over time. As the station and iron get older, the power gets weaker.
The station may have a reading of 700F (371C), but that doesn't mean it's actually that temperature. In fact, you may be soldering at 650F (343C).
Or worse, if you replace your station with a new and advanced hand piece, your station may be set at a temperature when, in fact, it's actually 50 degrees
hotter, which can ruin the PCB or component you're working on.
That's why it's important to calibrate your soldering iron regularly.
How To Calibrate Your Soldering Iron and Heating Element
There are different types of tip thermometers and calibrators out there, but for the purposes of this blog, we are showing you the Hakko FG-100-02.

Step 1: Install The Sensors

Your tip thermometer will come with a set of tip sensors.

These sensors need to be looped onto the thermometer board. Be sure to match the blue and red sides of the sensor wire with the posts that are marked with
blue and red dots on the thermometer board. These sensors are in effect, thermocouples, and polarity matters!
Note, each sensor typically lasts 30 to 50 measurements. The unit will come with ten total, and replacements are relatively inexpensive.

Step 2: Test The Soldering Iron


Set your soldering iron to the desired temperature.

Once the station is up to that temperature, touch the soldering tip against the midpoint of the sensor. Be sure you do not press down against the wire. This
could cause the wire to stretch which will create erroneous readings.

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Keep the soldering iron pressed against that sensor until the thermometer finishes calibrating. Once the temperature of the thermometer stops moving
upward, you will see an accurate reading of your soldering station and iron temperature.
After the soldering iron has reached the set temperature and stabilized, rest the tip flat on the sensor and apply a little solder to create a heat bridge. Keep the
tip in contact with the sensor until the peak reading is achieved. It is best to repeat this 2 or 3 times to ensure you receive similar peak readings to be sure you
are measuring correctly. What you will see on the digital display of the tip thermometer is an accurate reading of your soldering irons tip temperature.
Ref: http://hmcelectronics.blogspot.com/2014/06/how-to-calibrate-your-soldering-iron-in.html

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