Ellsworth Adhesives Europe Now Offers Metcal CV-510 Soldering System


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The new Metcal CV-510 Connection Validation Soldering System, companion station to the manufacturer’s popular CV-5210 Soldering system, is now available to order from Ellsworth Adhesives Europe.

The Metcal CV-510 packs all the unique features of Connection Validation (CV) technology into a compact and economical housing. Connection Validation is a patented technology which can evaluate the quality of the solder joint by calculating the intermetallic compound formation and provides feedback to the operator. The introduction of the CV technology is an industry first, as it offers not only control of the tip temperature but also closed-loop feedback in real time to the operator via the integrated light in the handpiece.

The Metcal CV-510 soldering system excels when used for surface mount device (SMD) touch-up and small component rework. Additionally, the CV-510 is embedded with innovative SmartHeat™ technology, which senses the thermal load and instantly delivers power on demand directly to the joint. This ensures soldering is performed in a fast, safe and repeatable process with no calibration required. The soldering station allows for an effortless user experience as it has a 2.8-inch colour touchscreen suitable for bold graphics, as well as an integrated net power meter with an optional tip temperature display.

The Metcal CV-510 is supplied with the CV-PS500 power supply and the CV-H1-AV standard solder hand piece. The CV-510 system is also compatible with five additional Metcal soldering handpieces and upgrade kits. With its optional extras and compatibility to such a diverse range of handpieces, CV-510 provides a complete soldering solution for a wide variety of applications.

Ellsworth Adhesives Europe is an official distributor of Metcal Soldering Systems and equipment. 

About Ellsworth Adhesives Europe

Ellsworth Adhesives Europe is a distributor of adhesives, specialty chemicals and adhesive dispensing equipment.

From epoxy adhesives and potting systems, to conformal coatings and surface preparation products, Ellsworth Adhesives has a material to suit every application. Alongside adhesive materials, we also supply a wide range of manual and automated adhesive dispensing equipment including tips, cartridges and static mixers as well as dispensers and dispensing robots.

At Ellsworth Adhesives Europe we recognise that our customers have different needs. We cater to customers who already know the exact products they want and will supply them with a quick and efficient turnaround, yet we also cater for customers requiring a more technical, in depth service.

Whether you are working on a new or existing application and are wondering which solution will benefit your specific end product the most, our expert sales team can help! With our excellent technical knowledge, we can analyse your end product and process requirements and recommend the material and dispensing system that will work best.

To learn more about Ellsworth Adhesives please visit: www.ellsworthadhesives.co.uk

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