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Makerspace: Soldering Station

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What is a Soldering Station?

Soldering is used to glue together electronics on a printed circuit board. The iron is heated up to the temperature where it can melt the solder. The heat gun is used for the surface mount components. 

Only solder in a well-ventilated with a fume extractor.

Always wear eye protection when using a soldering station.

Treat the soldering station with care as the solder wire can become extremely hot.









Mixed-Signal Oscilloscope

The Mixed-Signal Oscilloscope has the following features:

  •    70MHz bandwidth selections 4 channels
  •     Maximum real time sampling rate is 1GSa/s (4 channel models)
  •     Per Channel 10M memory depth and VPO waveform display technology
  •     Waveform update rate up to 120,000 wfms/s
  •     8 “ WVGA TFT LCD display
  •     Free Frequency Response Analyzer Software
  •     Maximum 1M FFT provides higher frequency domain resolution measurements
  •     High ,low and band pass filter functions
  •     29,000 segmented memories and waveform search functions
  •     I2C/SPI/UART/CAN/LIN serial bus trigger and decoding function
  •     Data log function can track signal changes up to 1000 hours
  •     Network storage function
  •     Mask test function