T20-BC4 Bevel Soldering Tip 4mm /45° x 10mm

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T20 Soldering Tip Shape-4BC For the FX-8301. FX-8302
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How to use Shape BC/C and examples

This type has a shape like a cone or column cut at a slant, which allows users to select the cut surface size depending on the workpiece.
It is used for drag soldering and pre-tinning of lead wires.

Type F, tinned surface only, is available for Shape BC/C. Try Type F when troubling with excessive solder amount or bridge to neighboring parts.
* Not suitable when heavy heat capacity is required.

Difference between BC/C type and BCF/CF type

 

Shape BC

Shape C

Difference

Shape

This type has a shape like a cone cut at a slant.

This type has a like a column cut at a slant.

Heat capacity
of tip

In Shape BC with its conical shape, the nearer to the base, the thicker the diameter. Therefore, although these types have the same diameter Φ1, Shape BC has more heat capacity.

Difference between Shape BC and C
Graph and Animation help you to understand it easily.

 

Commonality

How to select
tip size

Please select the cut surface size depending on the workpiece.

Others

In case of a chip condenser, we recommend soldering it with Shape BC or C to form ideal solder fillet, which can be hardly formed with Shape B or D.

Soldering tiny chip parts such as 0603

Put the cut surface to the land.
* Soldering tip in the picture is T13-BCF1 with an N2 system iron for pre-heating effect.

Some IC is specified by manufacturer not to be touched electrode by tip end.

The other tip shapes are recommended.
Soldering tiny chip parts such as 0603

Soldering chip parts

Put the cut surface to the land and drag the tip slowly while feeding solder.

Some IC is specified by manufacturer not to be touched electrode by tip end.

 

Drag soldering

Put the cut surface to the leads and drag it slowly.

Apply flux to leads and land pads before soldering. It prevents the troubles such as solder bridge.

 

See the movie for further details, (Shape BC)

Pre-tinning lead wire

Put the cut surface to the lead and drag the tip slowly while feeding solder.

Point soldering

1.

Put the tip end to the land and the through-hole at one time to heat them.

2.

Feed solder to form smooth fillet on the land pad.

Melting and removing coil coatings

1.

Put the cut surface to the coil and terminal at one time to heat them.

2.

Feed solder.