Figure 2-2.Low voltage Handpiece.
Figure 2-3.Motorized solder extrator.
The resistive tweezers, shown in view (C), are used for soldering components. Two sizes [views (C)
and (D)] are provided to meet the needs of the technician. Both the thermal stripper and the resistive
tweezers are used with the low-voltage power supply.
The solder extractor, shown in view (A) of figure 2-3, is connected to the variable high-voltage
outlet. This handpiece allows airflow application (at controlled temperatures) of a vacuum or pressure to
the selected area. Five sizes of extractor tips are provided, as shown in view (B). You can determine the
one to be used by matching the tip with the circuit pad and the component being desoldered.