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- 30W- laser diode
- wave length 810 Nm
- working distance 100mm
- pilot laser
- optionally with solder feeder Mosquito A25

At a multiplicity of applications there are joints, which must be soldered individually: Cables, plugs, special construction components and modules with only a few solder joints. A further application is the use of special elements, e.g. plugs and pinthrough- hole on SMD-Boards.

Often single point soldering is required because of assembling, e.g. if a completely equipped PCB is inserted into a housing and has to be connected with plugs or other components by soldering. Automation of these single point soldering processes does not only afford a cost-efficient mass production, it is also demanded to obtain a constant high quality. Thus, it cannot be done without automated single point soldering in the modern electronics manufacturing.

Laser soldering allows an accurate focusing and thus the soldering of smallest solder joints. The special advantages of this procedure are:

- touchless heat transfer
- accurate focusing
- high power density
- high quality soldering joints with high process reliability

The laser generates a strongly bundled light with equal wavelength and high energetic density.

With an assortment of several laser types (CO2-lasers, Nd:YAG-lasers or diode lasers) the diode laser is most applicable.

Diode lasers have the better absorption characteristic with the wavelength of 800-1000nm. Furthermore the power of diode lasers can be easily adjusted by the applied voltage.

Examples Laser applications

Laser is used for soldering of smallest soldering joints with constrictive contars.