Methods of Soldering Wire and Cable (Mod. 3 Sect. 2 Part 5)

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NASA recommends that the area where you're going to solder must be lighted with ______ of illumination. 100 foot-candles
Never use a soldering gun for small boards, always use a soldering ____. iron
Always use a soldering iron that doesn't promote _____ buildup. static
Equipment manufacturers recommend that you use a _____ Watt iron for most of your soldering jobs. 30-50
The type of solder recommended for soldering in most circuits is called _____. 60/40 (60% tin and 40% lead)
After the insulation has been stripped off a wire you have to ____ the copper using a hot tin/lead solder. tin
The process of _____ is to coat the copper with a thin coating of melted solder. tinning
In the early days of electronics, all circuit boards were constructed by soldering connecting wires from point to point. This is called ______ and it's still used in some applications today. hard-wiring
The modern alternative for hard-wired boards is ________. printed circuit boards
The abbreviation for printed circuit board is ______. PC board
_____ consist of copper strips and pads attached to an insulating board with chemical adhesive. PC boards
The advantages of PC boards over hard-wired boards are: they can be _________, components can be mounted on boards with _________, and components can be automatically soldered by using the _______ technique. duplicated exactly, automated equipment, wave soldering
In the _____ soldering method, components are mounted on top of the board, then the board is passed through a wave of molten solder. This automatically solders all the components leads that extend through the board. wave
Conductors printed on circuit boards are connected with an _____. adhesive
Only use solder that has a _____ or other ______ core flux. rosin, non-destructive
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