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Datapaq Reflow Tracker System

Monitor the temperatures for every soldering application – including wave, reflow, vapor phase, selective and rework stations – in real-time with the Datapaq Reflow Tracker Systems.

Ideal for the electronics manufacturing and semiconductor applications, the Datapaq Reflow Tracker facilitates:

  • Repeatable thermal profiling to enable efficient set up for the various production changeovers required throughout the day.
  • Identification of time spent above the melting point to ensure soldered product meets supplier specification.
  • Better process control to achieve the temperature needs for different components.
  • The ability to identify new processes to accommodate rapidly evolving technology.

Click below to find out more about the Datapaq Reflow Tracker System – including the easy-to-use Insight™ Software, Datapaq DP5 data logger and thermal barriers.

Refow Tracker System

Datapaq® Reflow Tracker Thermal Profiling System

This system travels through the entire process, enabling you to monitor wave and reflow soldering, vapor phase, and rework stations. It can help you optimize product quality, streamline processes and significantly improve results. What’s more, the versatility of the system means it can be used in the manufacturing of many different types of electronic components.
SelectivePaq for Selective Soldering Process

Datapaq® SelectivePaq Thermal Profiling System

The Datapaq SelectivePaq is designed specifically for use in the confined space of the miniature wave selective soldering process. Combining the new four channel Datapaq Q18 micro data logger with a thermal enclosure and the optional sensor array PA1650, it is a complete solution for monitoring the stability of the selective soldering process.
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