bluehash 1,581 Posted July 18, 2014 Author Share Posted July 18, 2014 I'm working on a reflow oven project. I wanted to keep all the mains voltage safely contained, so the triac/PSU part of it sits inside the oven casing. Whilst testing just this bit I set the oven on and just let it go, partly to see if the temperature inside the oven case (which can reach about 50C) would cause any trouble. Anyway, this is what 280C does to a PCB that the thermocouple was attached to. It's only a little bit over reflow temperature, so I want expecting all the smoke and black gunk dripping out! IMG_20140714_191224.jpg The PCB was one of the daughter boards that came with RobG's nanopad. Sorry, Rob! Check your award list. @@Fred Fred 1 Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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