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Soldering Humidity Sensor HDC1000 and Resistors/Capacitor to a custom built Temperature Sensor

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MyOctopus Smart Home Maker Open Source Components

This is the hand soldering process for soldering the humidity chip HDC1000 and resistors / capacitors to the MyOctopus custom built Temperature sensor board

1. Clean PCB

2. Apply no-clean solder paste

3. Place components

4. Use Reflow Air Heater to dry & set

6. Clean Again around the chip

7. Verify connections

8. Verify i2c response



DIMENSIONS:
Humidity Chip: HDC1000 2.04 mm x 1.59 mm
Resistors / Capacitors: "0201" 0.6 mm × 0.3 mm
Octagonal sensor board 11mm
Available I2C config: 0x40 0x41 0x42 0x43

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GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 3, 29 June 2007

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  • 1 × HDC1000YPAR SENSOR HUMIDITY 3% 8DSBGA
  • 1 × Custom Board Conne1.25mm Pitch PicoBlade™ Wire-to-Board HeadeMyOctopus Temperature Sensor Board
  • 4 × CRCW020110K0FNED Resistor RES SMD 10K OHM 1% 1/20W 0201 (RESISTOR, European symbol)
  • 1 × C0201KRX5R6BB104 CaHubStock™ Yageo CAP CER 0.1UF 10V X5R 0201 (CAPACITOR, European symbol)pacitors / Ceramic

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    . Clean
    2. Apply soldering paste
    3. Place components
    4. Use Reflow Air Heater to dry & set
    6. Clean Again
    7. Verify connections
    8. Verify i2c response

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