JBC to Demonstrate JTSE and TESE Stations at IPC APEX EXPO 2017


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JBC has improved its hot air range. The new stations, TESE and JTSE, protect the PCB and the surrounding components even better thanks to the new control thermocouple.

The company has designed the stations for higher performance, and added new features and functions:

Two work modes

There are two work modes to choose from to control the air flow and the temperature; the operator can set the temperature values and the air flow rate manually or by creating its own profiles (up to 25).

Control thermocouple

The user can read the temperature at a specific point on the PCB with the PH218 control thermocouple.

It helps protect the components or a specific area on the PCB. It provides greater precision when controlling and regulating the temperature either manually or with the profiles.

Auto-stop function

The auto-stop function is a safety measure which ensures the heat is automatically cut off when the tool is in the stand.

 Complete set of accessories

JBC’s exclusive hot air system uses extractors, protectors and tripods for quick and safe desoldering. The TESE and JTSE are supplied with a complete extractor desk.

The company will be demonstrating the JTSE and TESE stations at the IPC APEX EXPO 2017 at booth 715.

About JBC

Since 1929, JBC has been at the forefront in developing soldering and rework tools for electronics professionals. JBC is now a worldwide renowned brand offering a wide range of products specially designed to meet every operator needs and applications. JBC has headquarters in Barcelona, Spain, and branches in St. Louis, MO USA, in Guadalajara, Mexico, Hong Kong and Shanghai, China, guaranteeing a quick and efficient service with a distributor network covering the 5 continents.

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