Cr0oK wrote:Hi JJAnderson I would be interested in your experience with the DR5600. Can you share the wiring??
Wiring is the same as JBC245 you have two additional wires for the switch which you can use to operate your pump or valve. On the Weller station which I used had a drive transistor for the pump motor already so the switch is just providing base current. I don't think you'd want to switch much more than that by the switch on the iron. Means you need an additional pair of pins on all of your plugs ans sockets.
Iron profile is the same as JBC245 with modified power.
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"JBC DR5600 ",
(UINT16)(0.3 * 32768), //PID_KP
(UINT16)(0.003 * 32768), //PID_KI
Outer shell (green wire) connected to GND and SENSEB
Heater positive(red wire) connected to Vout1- and SENSEA
Heater negative(blue wire) connected to Vout1+
820R between ID and Vout1+
1K2 between ID and Vout2+
Can't remeber the colours of the switch wires, whatever is left, think they were yellow and black? Also check I can't remember if any of those two wires were initially connected to the heater shell inside the iron. Easy enough for you to measure between shell and both of those wires. If it is you'd need to remove the link so you have a completely volt free switch contact or be aware of it for interfacing with your vaccum circuit.
The desolding iron performance isn't as good as I hoped. I have a Pace SX80 which is probably better but prone to blocking the nozzle. Haven't had that problem with the DR5600. I haven't tried using the Pace vacuum pump with the DR5600. might be worth a try. The Weller pump is much more quiet but I'd rather have suction than worry about noise. The next one I do I'm going to try a venturi to see if I can get a bit more suck out of the DR5600?