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JBC presents the new CDE Station with Soldering Assistant Mode.
JBC revolutionizes hand soldering with the Soldering Assistant Mode. In real time, it enables you to analyze your performed soldering operations.
ASSISTANT MODE A new an easy way to control the quality of your soldering throughout the whole process. The Assistant Mode is the solution for repetitive soldering processes. It’s the first system to optimize traceability in soldering. Get greater quality and control in your production and improve your soldering production line more easily! Furthermore, the Soldering Assistant Mode makes this station perfect for operators with a low level of experience. In real time, the system compares all new soldering joints with the pre-stored soldering joint. This function gives the operator feedback, showing a color: red, orange or green along with a percentage to qualify the soldering process. USER-FRIENDLY MENU with intuitive interface A renewed user menu allows you to configure the station parameters easily. Set your proper soldering configuration to obtain the best soldering quality in just few steps! COMMUNICATION Connect your station to the JBC Traceability System by a USB cable and achieve industry 4.0 easily. Peripherals, Fume Extractors and Pedals can be directly connected to the CDE Station. ALL IN ONE Save space on your workbench. The CDE includes a Control Unit, Tool, Stand, Cartridge Extractor, Cartridge Storage Rack and Tip Cleaner in one compact device. The JBC CDE Station comes with the JBC exclusive Heating System and the intelligent Sleep & Hibernation features. It features all the our benefits such as station customization, full control of soldering processes and remote work management. We have definitely arrived in the world of Smart Soldering! For more information please click here
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