Next Meeting: Oct. 1st at 7:30pm

This is the annual meeting for the club

Agenda includes election of officers

Door prize of (1) free club membership

Auction of surplus radio equipment

Meeting will be held at the South Annex Building (former ambulance shed) just north of Culligan Water.

Culligan Water is located at 715 Jensen Hwy and HSARC meeting will be in the next building north.

HSARC gets a SMD rework station

HSACR club member Jose Miranda made a generous donation to the club with a brand new Yihua 992DA rework station.

These rework stations are listed online for just over $100.00. Jose’s donation was new in the box

Some features include:

* SAMSUNG Microcomputer control for quick warmup
* Digital PID technology to enhance temperature stability
* ESD design of soldering iron to protect sensitive components
* Adjust the temperature and airflow via buttons and rotation knob easily
* Automatically stop rotation when the temperature is less than 70°C
* Intelligence self-detection function features safe personal operation
* Handle with sensor switch features access operating mode when picks up or standby mode when lays down
* Automatic cooling function for effectively prolonging the heater's life and protecting the hot air gun
* Auto and manual startup function of airflow temperature for more personality and convenience
* Total power: 720W, Voltage: 110V/AC

Hot air stations or heat guns are very useful tools and are essential for any electronics
workbench. When working with or building printed circuit boards, there
is a lot of room for errors to be made. Whether you're relying on
machines to do the building for you or building by hand, solder can
often have a mind of its own. Sometimes the person doing the building
(or the person programming the machine that does the building) can make a
mistake. Other times, the solder or components on the PCB can react in
ways that are not desirable during reflow. Have no fear though, there
are ways to remedy's called a rework station.