Mini SMD Reflow Controller with OLED DisplayDesigned by JasonKits, Ships from Malta
What is it? This project is about an SMD Reflow controller which uses an OLED 128 x32 display and also a rotary encoder to navigate through the menus. This controller has two modes : Auto mode S...Read More…
This project is about an SMD Reflow controller which uses an OLED 128 x32 display and also a rotary encoder to navigate through the menus.
This controller has two modes :
-- Indication of current step (soak, reflow, cooling)
-- Timer for every step
-- Target temperature and time are adjustable on the fly
Has a setup mode where parameters can be adjusted
Soak temperature (preheating)
Soak time (preheating)
The target temperature for Manual mode
Designed to drive small hotplates 48W and also can be used with an SSR to drive bigger hot plates!
Uses standard 100k 3950 NTC sensor.
I have gone through many designs and they were all big and bulky and always found a problem to install them in an oven or near a hot plate. This version solves this issue as the board is very small and can be easily fitted.
The controller can also accept these sensors for temperature reading. By default, it is shipped with the NTC sensor configured.
MAX66750 - Use an external board: Not Supplied
MAX31850 - Use an external board: Not Supplied
NTC 3950 SENSOR - Default Sensor : installed on board.
Has these output ports
Input Voltage : 9 - 12v Heater Output : 9 - 12v Heater Power : 48W
I have provided Product options for those who wish to use an external board. The controller will be supplied to support the external board sensor.
If the option External sensor is selected, the external board is not included and you need to buy it separately. only the controller with the code will be supplied.
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