ETC B1073

®
Desoldering Tool
Instruction Manual
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Thank you for purchasing the HAKKO 475 desoldering tool.
Please read this manual before operating the HAKKO 475.
Keep this manual readily accessible for reference.
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Table of Contents
1. Packing List ................................................................ 1
2. Precautions ................................................................. 2
3. Part Names
(Desoldering Gun).............................. 3
(Station) ............................................. 4
4. Operation
(PreparationAssembly and Connection) ......... 5 • 6
(Desoldering) ................................ 7 • 8
(Cleaning during Operation) .............. 9
(Problems during Desoldering)
(Post-operation Maintenance) ......... 10
(Troubleshooting Guide) ...................11
5. Maintenance (Desoldering Gun).....................12 ~ 14
(Station) .................................... 15 • 16
6. Replacement Parts
(Replacing Heating Element) .... 17 • 18
7. Parts List
(Station) .................................... 19 • 20
(Desoldering Gun)............................ 21
8. Specifications ........................................................... 22
9. Wiring ....................................................................... 22
2. Precautions
In this instruction manual, “WARNING” and “CAUTIONS” are defined as follows.
WARNING
WARNING: Misuse may potentially cause death of, or serious injury to the user.
CAUTION : Misuse may potentially cause injury to the user or physical damage
to the objects involved.
For your own safety, be sure to comply with these precautions.
CAUTION
When the power is on, the nozzle temperature is between
380°C/716°F and 480°C/ 896°F.
Since mishandling may lead to burns or fire, be sure to comply with
the following precautions.
 Do not touch the metallic parts near the nozzle, nearby plastic parts and the
spring iron holder.
 Do not use the product near flammable items.
 Advise other people in the work area that the unit can reach a very high temperature and should be considered potentially dangerous.
 Turn the power off while taking breaks and when finished using the unit.
 Before replacing parts or storing the unit, turn the power off and allow the unit
to cool to room temperature.
 This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with
reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning
use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
 Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
To prevent damage to the unit and ensure a safe working environment, be sure to comply with the following precautions.
 Use clean, filtered air as the fluid. With the trigger pulled and air flowing,
adjust the pressure to between 490 to 686kPa(5.0 to 7.0kgf/cm2)
 Do not use the unit for applications other than desoldering.
 Do not rap the desoldering gun against the work bench to shake off residual
solder, or otherwise subject the iron to severe shocks.
 Do not modify the unit.
 Use only genuine HAKKO replacement parts.
 Do not wet the unit or use the unit when your hands are wet.
 Set the ceramic paper filter (S) for the filter retainer (station), and the ceramic
paper filter (L) for the filter pipe (gun).
 Maintain the desoldering gun and the station.
 While using the unit, donʼt do anything which may cause bodily harm or physical damage.
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3. Part Names
(Refer to p.19, 20 & 21 for part nos.)
 Desoldering Gun
Nozzle
Transmits heat for melting solder, Entrance for melted solder.
Expendable part.
Filter Pipe
Set the ceramic paper filter (L) (No.A1033).
Contains melted solder and flux using filters.
Filters are expendable parts.
Back Holder Assembly
Secures the filter
pipe.
Release Knob
Push down to remove
the filter pipe.
Heating Element
Inside requires cleaning.
Indicator
Indicates when nozzle
and heating element
need cleaning and
when filters need
replacing.
(refer to p.9)
Trigger
Squeeze to start absorption.
Do not pull the trigger before
fully heating the nozzle.
Hose
Connects to the vacuum outlet
cap (station).
Cord Assembly
Connects to the receptacle (station).
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 Station
Temperature Control Knob
Temperature Control Set
Screw Clamp
Provides nozzle temperature control. (refer to p.7)
Prevents the temperature control knob from being reset.
(refer to p.7)
Power Lamp
Lights up when the
power switch is
turned to ON.
Power Switch
When turned to ON, the
heating element starts
to heat up.
CAL (Calibration)
Used for calibrating
the temperature after
replacing the heating
element.
Vacuum Outlet Cap
Set the ceramic paper filter (S) (No.
A1009).
Connects with the hose. Filter inside
vacuum outlet cap is expendable.
Receptacle
Connector for the cord
assembly.
Fuse Holder
• 100, 110V unit
contain 125V-2A fuse.
• 120V unit contains
250V-2A (U) fuse.
• 220, 230V unit contain
250V-1A fuse.
• Australian 240V unit
contains 250V-1A S
fuse.
Female Connector
Supplier inlet compresser air
Tapered screw; PT 1/8
Power Cord
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4. Operation
Preparation-Assembly and Connection
Spring Iron Holder
(No.B1094)
Assemble the HAKKO 474 on a flat surface.
Cleaning Pin Holder
(No.B1095)
1 Assemble the iron holder.
• Set the spring iron holder and
cleaning pin holder in the iron
holder base.
• Dampen the cleaning sponge
with water and then squeeze it
dry.
Tube(red)
Cleaning Sponge
CAUTION
The sponge is compressed.
It will swell when moistened with
water.
Be sure to dampen the sponge with
water before use.
Be sure to remove the round portion
of the sponge.
Securely insert the
cleaning pin holder.
Iron Holder Base
2 Insert the desoldering
gun and cleaning pins.
• Fully insert the desoldering gun
into the spring iron holder.
CAUTION
The spring iron holder becomes
extremely hot during operation of
the desoldering gun. Do not touch
the spring iron holder during and
immediately after using the gun.
Insert the cord
assembly by keying
the plug to the key
on the receptacle.
3 Connections
CAUTION
Be sure to turn off the power switch
before connecting or disconnecting
the cord assembly and the power
plug. Failure to do so may damage
the P.W.B.
• Connect the cord assembly to the
receptacle (marked “IRON”).
• Connect the hose to the vacuum
outlet cap (marked “VACUUM”).
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Fully insert the hose
into the vacuum outlet
cap.
Secure the plug by
turning it clockwise.
4 Connect to the compresser.
• Use filtered air without any dust,
oil and moisture.
• With the trigger pulled and air
flowing, adjust the regulator air
pressure to 490kPa(5.0kgf/cm2).
CAUTION
The absorption power of the unit will
be reduced if adjustment is made
while air is not flowing or if the tube is
not measured as specified.
Do not set the regulator to pressure
2
of 882kPa (9kgf/cm ) or more while
the trigger is not pulled, as such
pressures can damage various parts
of the HAKKO 475 station.
Connections
Station
Tubing:
must have a diameter of more
than ø0.17 in. and a length of
less than 9.5 ft.
Male Connector:
pipe thread 1/8
Regulator:
adjust to
490kPa
2
(5.0kgf/cm )
Compressor
Air Filter:
filter out dust,
oil and moisture.
CAUTION
Use the air filter. Dust, oil and
moisture can adhere to
the solenoid valve in the pipe
without it. This may result in
damage to the unit.
5 Power switch
• Confirm that the power switch is
set in the OFF position, then connect the power plug to the power
source.
CAUTION
The entire unit is constructed of conductive materials. Always ground the
unit.
The power lamp doesnʼt light
up.
• Turn the power switch to ON.
The power lamp should light up.
• The nozzle begins to heat up
as soon as the power switch is
turned to ON.
6 After turning the power
switch to ON, wait 3
minutes before beginning
desoldering operations.
The power lamp
lights up.
1. Is the power cord properly connected?
2. Is the fuse blown?
The nozzle doesnʼt heat up.
1. Is the cord assembly properly
connected?
2. Is the heating element broken?
The nozzle heats up.
CAUTION : The desoldering gun must be placed in the
iron holder when not in use.
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4. Operation
Desoldering
After turning the power switch to ON,
wait 3 minutes before beginning desoldering operations.
1 Set the temperature.
CAUTION
Always set the temperature to as low
as possible for the work being done.
• To more precisely set the temperature, measure the temperature
at the nozzle using a soldering
iron thermometer and adjust the
temperature control knob accordingly.
We recommend the HAKKO FG-100
thermometer or HAKKO FG-101
soldering tester for measuring the
nozzle temperature.
The temperature can be adjusted between 380°C (716°F)
and 480°C (896°F) with temperature control knob.
Please refer to the chart below, and adjust the temperature control knob.
knob
1 and 2
3 and 4
5 and 6
CAUTION
P.W.B.
Single-sided P.W.B.
Through-hole P.W.B.
Multilayer P.W.B.
Never insert the cleaning pin
in the hole of temp. control set
screw clamp.
As this may result in damage to
the unit.
Lock
Unlock
Secure the temperature
control set screw clamp
with a cross point screwdriver.
• The temperature control knob
can be secured by tightening the
temperature control set screw
clamp (“+” screw) at the top of the
HAKKO 475 unit.
2 Clean the tip of the nozzle.
• Keep the solder-plated section
of the nozzle a shiny white by
coating it with a small amount of
solder.
If the tip of the nozzle is coated with
oxide, the nozzleʼs heat conductivity
will be lowered.
Coating the tip with a small amount
of fresh solder ensure maximum
heat conductivity.
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Wipe away any oxide or old solder
from the nozzle using the hole in the
center of the sponge.
3 Melt the solder.
• Apply the nozzle to the soldered
part and melt the solder.
CAUTION
Never allow the nozzle to touch the
board itself.
• Confirm that the solder is melted.
Nozzle
P.W.B.
Solder
Lead
CAUTION
To confirm that all solder is melted,
observe the inside of the hole and
the backside of the P.W.B. If this is
difficult to do, try slowly moving the
lead with the nozzle – If the lead
moves, the solder is melted.
CAUTION
Never move the lead by force. If it
doesnʼt move easily, the solder isnʼt
yet fully melted.
4 Absorb the solder.
Slowly move
the lead with
the nozzle.
• After confirming that the solder
is completely melted, absorb the
solder by squeezing the trigger on
the gun.
CAUTION
Never leave any solder remaining
inside the hole in the P.W.B.
• After fully absorbing all the solder,
cool the soldering junction in
order to prevent it from becoming
resoldered.
Absorb the solder by slowly
moving the lead back and
forth with the tip of the
nozzle.
5 Problems during
desoldering.
• If solder remains, resolder the
component and repeat the desoldering process.
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4. Operation
Heated solder and flux can cause oxides to form and adhere to the nozzle
and the inside of the heating element. These oxides not only lower the
heat conductivity, but can also clog the nozzle and heating element, resulting in a drop in suction efficiency. Should there be a noticeable drop in
suction efficiency during operation, replace the filter and clean the nozzle
and heating element with the provided cleaning pin.
Cleaning during Operation
1 Observing the indicator
While looking at the indicator
and with the hole of the nozzle
open, pull the trigger and look
at the indicator. If it is red, clean
the nozzle and heating element,
empty the filter pipe, and replace
the filters. If the indicator is blue,
cleaning is not necessary and
operations can be resumed.
CAUTION
The indicator will not operate accurately if the hole of the nozzle is
closed or if the solder in the hole of
the P.W.B. is not melted.
Normal
One-half or
less of rthe
indicator is red.
Abnormal
Three-fourths
of the indicator
is red.
Solution
If three-fourths or more of
the indicator is red, replace
the filter and clean the
nozzle and the inside of
the heating element.
(refer to p.12 Maintenance
of the Desoldering Gun)
CAUTION : If there is a noticeable drop in suction
efficiency, clean the nozzle and heating element with the cleaning pin.
CAUTION
The indicator on the HAKKO 474
reads in a different way.
For instruction on the reading the
HAKKO 474 indicator, please refer to
the HAKKO 474 instruction manual.
A Replace the entire filter pipe
with he provided backup filter pipe.
B Pull
2 Replacing the filter
Replace the filter as shown A to C.
During operation, the filter pipe is
very hot. Wait until the filter pipe
is cool before replacing the filter.
We recommend keeping a second
filter pipe containing new filters
handy, and replacing the installed
filter pipe with this backup filter
pipe.
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C Down
Problems during Desoldering
A. The solder in the junction is
not sufficiently melted.
B. Suction power is dropping.
A. The solder in the junction is not sufficiently melted.
 Temperature is not high enough
The following parts require a greater heat capacity to desolder.
• Multilayer P.W.B.s, power supplies, ground planes in
through-hole P.W.B.s, high-capacity transistors, triacs
with heat radiation fins, tuner P.W.B. ground wires, and
large-scale transformer terminals.
Use a preheating oven or heating gun to heat the P.W.B. to a
temperature that wonʼt damage the board or its components
[between 70°C (160°F) and 80°C (180°F)], then desolder. Do
not increase the temperature of the gun by recalibration as this
may damage the P.W.B. and its components.
 Nozzle is worn out.
• When the nozzle begins to wear out, the heating efficiency begins to decline. Check the nozzle. If the solder
plating is damaged, or the nozzle is eroded, replace the
nozzle. (refer to p.12)
B. Suction power is dropping.
• Replace the filters, and clean the nozzle and the inside of
the heating element, (refer to p.12 to p.16, Maintenance
of Desoldering Gun and Station)
 Air is leaking from the vacuum system.
Air leakage cannot be determined from the indicator.
Check the air-tightness of the following parts and replace
any that are worn.
a. Contact point of the nozzle
and heating element
b. Front holder and nearby
parts
c.
d.
e.
f.
O-ring in the back holder
Hose
Vacuum outlet cap
Packing and nearby parts
 The air pressure is low.
Check the air pressure and connections. (refer to p.6)
Post-operation Maintenance
To ensure a long service life, always
perform the following maintenance
procedures immediately after using
the HAKKO 475 unit.
 Remove all solder from the inside of the nozzle and heating element.
 Clean the tip of the nozzle with the cleaning sponge,
then coat the tip with a fresh layer of solder to protect the
solder plating.
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Troubleshooting Guide
WARNING : If the power cord is damaged, it must be
replaced by the manufacturer, its service
agent or similarity qualified person in order
to avoid personal injury or damage to the
unit.
 Power lamp does not light up.
• Is the power cord plugged in correctly.
Securely insert the power cord into the power supply.
• Is the fuse blown?
Determine why the fuse blew and eliminate the cause,
then replace the fuse.
Example Is the inside of the gun short-circuited?
 Solder is not being absorbed.
• Is the spring filter full of solder?
Replace it with a new one. (refer to p.13)
• Is the ceramic filter hardened?
Replace it with a new one .
• Is there a vacuum leak?
Check the connections and replace any worn parts.
(refer to p.10)
• Is the compressor providing the proper air pressure?
Check the air pressure and the inside diameter and
length of the tube. (refer to p.6)
 The nozzle does not heat up.
• Is the desoldering gun cord assembly properly connected?
Reconnect it. (refer to p.6)
• Is the heating element damaged?
Replace it. (refer to p.17)
NOTE : When repairs are needed, please send both the
desoldering gun and the station to your sales
agent.
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5. Maintenance
(Desoldering Gun)
Properly maintained, the HAKKO 475 desoldering gun should provide years of good service. Efficient desoldering depends upon the temperature, and the quality and quantity of the
solder and flux. Perform the following service procedures as dictated by the conditions of the
gunʼs usage.
WARNING : Since the desoldering gun can reach a very high temperature, please work carefully.
Except when cleaning the nozzle and heating element, always turn the power switch
off and disconnect the power plug before performing any maintenance procedure.
Servicing the Desoldering Gun
CAUTION
The desoldering gun will be extremely
hot. During maintenance, please wear
gloves and work carefully.
Cleaning with the nozzle cleaning pin
1 Inspect and clean the
nozzle.
• Plug in the power cord, turn the
power switch On and let the
nozzle heat up.
• Clean out the hole of the nozzle
with the nozzle cleaning pin.
The cleaning pin passes completely through the hole.
Cleaning with the cleaning drill
• Before cleaning
CAUTION
The cleaning pin will not pass
through the nozzle until the solder inside the nozzle is completely melted.
• If the cleaning pin does not pass
through the hole in the nozzle,
clean with the cleaning drill.
• Check the condition of the solder
plating on the tip of the nozzle.
• If it is slightly worn, recoat the tip
with fresh solder to prevent oxidation.
• Check the condition of the surface
and inside hole of the nozzle.
• If either is worn or eroded, or the
inside diameter seems unusually
wide, replace the nozzle.
• After cleaning
Insert the bit while turning it clockwise.
Pull the drill bit out straight without turning it.
CAUTION
If the cleaning drill is forced into
the nozzle, the drill bit could break
or be damaged.
CAUTION
Solder plating
CAUTION
The inside hole and the surface of
the nozzle is plated with a special
alloy.
Should this alloy become eroded by
high-temperature solder, the nozzle
will not be able to maintain the
proper temperature.
Please use the proper size cleaning pin or cleaning drill for the
nozzle diameter.
CAUTION
Diameter of hole is
widened through
erosion.
Unfortunately, it is often difficult to
observe this condition. Therefore,
if desoldering efficiency goes
down and all other parts appear
to be OK, the nozzle is probably
eroded and should be replaced.
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2 Disassemble the heating
element.
Heating Element
CAUTION
The heating element is very hot during operation.
3 Clean out the hole in the
heating element with the
provided cleaning pin.
Element Cover
Nozzle
Nut
Remove the nut with the attached wrench.
Scrape away all oxidation from the hole in the heating element until the
cleaning pin passes cleanly through the hole.
CAUTION
Be sure the solder in the hole in
the heating element is completely
heated, before cleaning the hole.
The cleaning pin passes cleanly
and completely through the hole.
• If the cleaning pin cannot pass
through the hole, replace the
heating element.
• Turn the power off after cleaning.
4 Replace the filters.
• Turn the power switch OFF,
• When the filter pipe is cool to the
touch, push down the release
knob at the back of the gun and
remove the filter pipe.
CAUTION
Front Holder
Spring Filter
The filter pipe is very hot.
• Examine the front holder.
• Examine the spring filter.
• Examine the ceramic paper filter
(L). (No.A1033)
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Ceramic Paper
Filter (L)
(No.A1033)
Replace
Stiff and cracked.
Replace
Solder is collected in two-thirds of the spring filter.
Replace
Ceramic paper filter is stiff with flux and solder.
5 Secure the filters.
• Attach the spring filter to the front
holder
• Attach the front holder to the filter
pipe.
CAUTION
Be sure the front holder is correctly
aligned.
CAUTION
Use the ceramic paper filter (L) for
the filter pipe (gun). Using of the ceramic paper filter (S) in the filter pipe
may cause to break or the power to
drop.
Ceramic Paper
Filter (L)
(No.A1033)
Attach the front holder to the filter pipe
so that it does not leak air.
Firmly press the back holder assembly
into the filter pipe in order to properly
seat the O-ring against the pipe.
6 Assemble the heating
element.
• Attach the nozzle and securely
tighten the nut with the attached
wrench.
CAUTION
If the nut is loose, air will leak and
the temperature will drop.
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5. Maintenance
(Station)
Cleaning the inside of the Filter Case
VACUUM
1 Replace the ceramic
paper filter (No.A1009).
Remove the ceramic paper filter
and inspect it. If it is stiff with flux,
replace it.
Filter Retainer
Remove the filter retainer
and push out the ceramic
paper filter.
Ceramic Paper
Filter (S)
(No.A1009)
2 Reassemble the filter
case.
Ceramic Paper
Filter (S)
(No.A1009)
Secure the vacuum outlet cap.
CAUTION
Set the ceramic paper filter (S) for
the filter retainer (station).
Using the ceramic paper filter (L) in
the filter retainer may cause to break
or the power to drop.
Apply silicone grease to the O-ring (S20) and securely
tighten the vacuum outlet cap to prevent air leakage.
Exhaust Filter Replacement
WARNING
Unplug the power cord before starting this procedure.
Rear Panel
CAUTION
Please make sure to remove piping
of the compressed air before you
start cleaning. If you clean the ejector
with the pressured air pipe still
connected, the compressed air may
cause the nozzle and exhaust pipe to
suddenly fly off when the ejector
cover is removed.
1 Disassemble the unit.
• Remove the rear panel.
• Remove the cover.
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Cover
Remove
the screws
Remove
the cover screws.
(right/left)
• Remove the exhaust filter which
covers the ejector.
Replace it if it is dirty.
Exhaust filter
• Remove the ejector cover.
If the noise filter (No.B1269)
inside the cover is very dirty,
replace it.
• Remove the exhaust pipe
and spacer from inside the
ejector.
*Pinch the tip of the exhaust pipe
and pull dirmly.It can be removed
together with the spacer.
Ejector
Exhaust pipe
Spacer
Noise filter
Ejector cover
2 Clean the inside.
• Inside of the ejector
CAUTION
Do not use thinner as a cleaning
agent.
• Clean the inside of the ejector,
the tip of the nozzle and the
surrounding area. Remove any
dirt with a cotton swab soaked in
alcohol.
• Soak the exhaust pipe in alcohol
and clean the inside of the pipe
with a soft stick-like material.
3 Reassemble in reverse
order.
Clean the tip of the
inner nozzle and the
surrounding area.
• Inside of the ejector
Clean the inside with
a stick-like material.
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6. Replacement Parts
Replacing the Heating
Element
WARNING
Unplug the power cord before starting this procedure.
The resistance value of a working
heating element is 2-4Ω at 23°C (73°
F). If the value you get is outside this
range, replace the heating element.
Remove the filter pipe.
1 Disassemble the heating
parts.
2 Separate the housing.
Housing
Unscrew the screws.
3 Detach the terminal
and remove the heating
element.
Glass Tube
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Detach
the terminal.
4 Insert a new heating
element and reassemble.
(Heating element 24V-50W)
Cover the glass tube on the
connecting part.
CAUTION
Bend the lead
before inserting it.
Before reassembling enclosure,
make sure connectors are completely covered by the glass tube.
Push in.
Position the leads in groove and
press them into place.
Be careful that the leads do not
get caught in the housing.
5 Recalibrate the temperature.
The resistance of new heating
element varies, resulting in variations in operating temperatures.
It is necessary to recalibrate the
temperature every time the heating element is replaced.
• Set the temperature control knob
to 1 and allow the gun to warm up
for 3 minutes.
• Using a tip thermometer, adjust the temperature calibrator
(marked “CAL”) until the nozzle
temperature reads at 380°C (716°
F).
Adjust the temperature calibrator (CAL) with a straight-edge (–)
screwdriver.
High
Low
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7. Parts List
(Station)
Note: Spare or repair parts do not include mounting screws, if they are not listed on the description.
Pan Head Screw
with Washer
M4×8
29
Pan Head Screw
with Washer
M4×8
22
Pan Head Screw
with Washer
M3×6
25
18
27
External
Tooth Lock Washer
nominal size 4
26
19
17
28
Pan Head Screw
M5×10(4)
Pan Head Screw
with Washer
M3×6(2)
16
Pan Head Screw
with Washer
M4×8
12
14
20
28
21
11
23
Plain Washer
nominal size
4 (4)
24
Internal Tooth Lock Washer
nominal size 4 (2)
Truss Screw (Zn, black)
M4 x 5 (2)
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Item No. Part No.
1
B1029
2
A1009
3
B1063
4
B1034
5
B1031
6
B1064
7
B2069
8
B1038
9
B1036
10
B1028
B1093
11
12
B1061
13
B1044
Part Name
Vacuum outlet cap
Ceramic paper filter (S)
Filter retainer
O-ring (S20)
Vacuum outlet retainer
Filter case joint
Front panel
Cover for securing screw
Receptacle
Knob
Cover
Handle
Temp. control set screw clamp
Specifications
10 pcs.
With o-ring (S20)
Set of 4
One side
One side
Item No. Part No.
14
B1073
15
B2071
16
B1069
17
B1070
18
B1071
19
B1074
20
B1075
21
B1076
B1072
B1103
22
B1136
B1137
B2330
23
B1067
Part Name
Joint hose
P.W.B.
Ejector
Exhaust filter
Exhaust filter retaining clip
Solenoid valve
Elbow joint
Pressure hose
Transformer
Transformer
Transformer
Transformer
Transformer
Chassis
Specifications
With potentiometer
100-24V
120-24V
110-24V
220-24,230-24,240-24V
230-24V (CE)
12
Pan Head Screw
M3×55
11
Tapping Screw
M2.6×6 (2)
Tapping Screw
M2.6×8 (4)
13
15
30
8
7
19
31
4
6
Pan Head Screw
M5×10(4)
3
5
Item No.
24
25
26
27
28
Part No.
B1037
B2070
B1041
B1134
B1042
B1138
B1139
B1275
B2318
B1065
B1127
Part Name
Rubber stopper
Rear panel
Fuse holder
Fuse holder(s)
Fuse
Fuse
Fuse
Fuse
Fuse
Female connector
Female connector
32
10
9
16
2
1
Specifications
Set of 4
With rating seal
w/o Fuse
w/o Fuse Australian 240V
125V-2A/100,110V
250V-1A/220,230V
250V-1A S/Australian 240V
250V-2A(U)/120V
0.63A (CE)
120V
Item No. Part No.
B2068
B2079
B2081
B2082
29
B2320
B2321
B2490
B3505
30
B1078
31
B1084
32
B1269
Part Name
Power cord, 3 wired cord & American plug
Power cord, 3 wired cord but no plug
Power cord, 3 wired cord & Australian plug
Power cord, 3 wired cord & BS plug
Power cord, 3 wired cord & European plug
Power cord, 3 wired cord & BS plug
Power cord, 3 wired cord & Chinese plug
Power cord, 3 wired cord & American plug
Potentiometer
Switch
Noise filter
Specifications
U.S.A.
CE
CE
20
1
7. Parts List (Desoldering
(Desoldering Station)
Gun)
2
4
3
5
6
20
Pan Head Screw (Sus)
M2.6×7 (3)
7
Tapping Screw
M3×5
9
18
17
11
8
19
Pan Head Screw
M2.6×3
16
Item No. Part No.
1
A1314
2
A1030
3
A1033
4
B2073
5
A1012
6
B1018
7
B1019
8
B1020
9
B2074
10
B1023
A1319
11
Part Name
Front holder
Spring filter
Ceramic paper filter (L)
Filter pipe
O-ring (P12)
Back holder assembly
Release knob
Spring for release knob
Housing
Hose
Packing
Specifications
Set of 10
Set of 10
With front holder & filters
With o-ring (P12)
With screws
15
25
14
21
22
10
12
Tapping Screw
M3×8 (2)
23
Pan Head Screw
M3×8 (3)
24
Item No. Part No.
12
B1025
13
B1024
14
B1022
15
B1026
16
B1021
17
A1313
18
A1003
19
B1723
20
B1724
21
B1094
22
B1095
23
A1042
24
B1470
25
B3048
21
9
Part Name
Cord assembly
Cord holder
Cord stopper
Micro switch
Trigger
Heating element
Nozzle (S)
Element cover
Nut
Spring iron holder
Cleaning pin holder
Cleaning sponge
Iron holder base
Wrench
Specifications
With micro switch & plug
Set of 4
24V, 50W
ø1.0 (0.04 in.)
13
8. Specifications
Model No.
Power Consumption
Part Name
Output Voltage
Vacuum Generator
Vacuum Pressure (max.)
Suction Flow
Nozzle to Ground Potential
Nozzle to Ground Resistance
Applied Air Pressure
Compressed Air Consumption
Dimensions
Weight (w/o cord)
Replacement Parts
HAKKO 475
70W
Part No.
A1002
A1003
A1004
A1005
A1006
A1007
AC 24V
Ejector type
93kPa (700 mm Hg) (28 in. Hg)
20 l/min.*
< 2mV
< 2Ω
490kPa (5.0kgf/cm2)
1.62 c.f.m. (46l/min.)
165(W) × 135(H) × 260(D)mm
(6.50 × 5.31 × 10.24 in.)
3.0kg (6.6lb.)
Part No.
øA
A1002 0.8mm (0.03 in.)
A1003 1.0mm (0.04 in.)
*This suction flow is measured at the filter case suction port of Station.
Desoldering Gun
Model No.
HAKKO 809
Part No.
C1183
Power Consumption
AC 24V / 50W
Temperature Range
380 to 480°C (716 to 896°F)
Insulation Resistance
> 300MΩ at 420°C (790°F)
Nozzle Inside Diameter
ø1.0mm (0.04 in.) (nozzle S standard)
Dimensions
135(W) × 174(H)mm (5.31 × 6.85 in.)
Weight (w/o cord)
200g (0.44lb.)
Part Name
Nozzle S ø0.8mm (0.03 in.)
Nozzle S ø1.0mm (0.04 in.)
Nozzle ø0.8mm (0.03 in.)
Nozzle ø1.0mm (0.04 in.)
Nozzle ø1.3mm (0.05 in.)
Nozzle ø1.6mm (0.06 in.)
Condition of measurement
• Insulation resistance
The insulation resistance was measured between the nozzle and the lead of
the heating element using a 500 V DC insulation resistance meter.
Caution: The insulation resistance cannot be measured between the nozzle
and the power plug as the transformer between the secondary part (heating
element) and the primary part acts as an insulator.
• Voltage leakage
The voltage leakage was measured between the nozzle and the grounding
plug at a temperature of 480°C (896°F) using an AC mV meter.
Caution: Be sure to ground the unit before measuring the voltage leakage.
• Specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
9. Wiring
øB
1.8mm (0.07 in.)
2.0mm (0.08 in.)
Specifications
Part No.
A1004
A1005
A1006
A1007
øA
0.8mm (0.03 in.)
1.0mm (0.04 in.)
1.3mm (0.05 in.)
1.6mm (0.06in.)
øB
2.3mm (0.09 in.)
2.5mm (0.1 in.)
3.0mm (0.12 in.)
3.0mm (0.12 in.)
Part No.
B1215
B1086
B1087
B1088
B1089
B1302
B1303
B1304
B1305
Part Name
Cleaning pin
Cleaning pin
Cleaning pin
Cleaning pin
Cleaning pin
Cleaning drill
Cleaning drill
Cleaning drill
Cleaning drill
Specifications
for heating element
for ø0.8mm (0.03 in.) nozzle
for ø1.0mm (0.04 in.) nozzle
for ø1.3mm (0.05 in.) nozzle
for ø1.6mm (0.06 in.) nozzle
for ø0.8mm (0.03 in.) nozzle
for ø1.0mm (0.04 in.) nozzle
for ø1.3mm (0.05 in.) nozzle
for ø1.6mm (0.06 in.) nozzle
Part No.
B2073
A1009
A1033
A1030
A1313
A1028
A1042
Part Name
Filter pipe
Ceramic paper filter (S)
Ceramic paper filter (L)
Spring filter
Heating element
Silicone grease
Cleaning sponge
Specifications
w/front holder & filters
for filter case 10pcs.
for filter pipe 10pcs
10pcs.
24V, 50W
P.W.B.
M2
H2
1
2
TRANS
H1
TRANS
M1
2
2
1
1
Solenoid Valve
4
3
Black
Receptacle
24V
Power Switch
White
Transformer
Fuse Holder
TR
4
4
1
1
Power Cord
22
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