Tin soldering method for base station antenna

Tin soldering method for base station antenna

  • CN 106,180,944 B
  • Filed: 08/22/2016
  • Issued: 07/28/2020
  • Est. Priority Date: 08/22/2016
  • Status: Active Grant
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1. A tin soldering method of a base station antenna is characterized by comprising the following steps:

  • firstly, fixing a first structural member and a second structural member to enable a surface to be welded on the first structural member and the second structural member to be in contact with each other or to be separated by a preset distance;

    the first structural member is a copper pipe or a coaxial cable, and the second structural member is a die casting;

    moving the welding heads to a welding position, enabling the welding heads to be in contact with the first structural member and/or the second structural member, and simultaneously heating the first structural member and/or the second structural member by utilizing the welding heads on the automatic welding device so as to realize preheating treatment;

    step three, heating the first structural part and/or the second structural part by utilizing a plurality of welding heads on the automatic welding device, and simultaneously putting solder into the automatic welding device until the preset heating time is reached;

    the prewelding step is also included between the second step and the third step; and

    coating solder on the welding surface of the preheated first structural member and/or the preheated second structural member.

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