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Dallas County Community College
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Cett 1204 - High-Reliability Soldering
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Eastfield College Career Technologies Division Spring 2012 High Reliability Soldering CETT 1204 Section 4001 2 Credit Hours Lecture TBA Lab TBA TBA Room L102 TBA Room L102 Instructor Clay Rawlins Contact Information Office L101 Phone 972 860 7683 Email address crawlins dcccd edu Hours Available Posted Office Hours by Appointment Course Description CETT 1204 High Reliability Soldering 2 This is a WECM Course Number Instruction in this course will teach high reliability soldering desoldering circuitry repair plated thru hole repairs conformal coating removal industry standards electrostatic discharge ESD control surface mount device SMD installation removal and replacement using hand held systems or reflow workstations Students will solder highly reliable connections solder to industry standards desolder connections install surface mount devices remove surface mount devices remove conformal coatings repair and or replace traces pads and eyelets 1 Lec 2 Lab Textbooks and Other Course Materials PC015 Eastfield Soldering Kit Available in Campus Bookstore Developmental Courses The Texas Success Initiative TSI is a statewide program designed to ensure that students enrolled in Texas public colleges and universities have the basic academic skills needed to be successful in collegelevel course work The TSI requires assessment remediation if necessary and advising of students who attend a public college or university in the state of Texas The program assesses a student s basic academic skills in reading writing and math Passing the assessment is a prerequisite for enrollment in many college level classes such as English 1301 1302 History 1301 1302 Math 1414 etc Students who do not meet assessment standards may complete prerequisite requirements by taking developmental courses in the deficient area and passing them with a grade of C or higher In some cases retesting will also be required It is up to each student to be aware and informed about requirements that are subject to change Additional information is available from the TSI Office https www1 dcccd edu cat0910 admiss tsi cfm loc 4 Course Objectives The purpose of this course is to provide the student with a thorough knowledge of the theory and application of surface mount soldering as related to the following areas 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Surface Mount Assemblies Identification of Surface Mount Components Purpose and Use of Flux Purpose and Use of different types of Solder Solder Paste Identify Appropriate Precautions when Soldering Explore different heating methods for Surface Mount Soldering Identify Effects Methods of Prevention of Oxidation Chip Components Rework Gull Wing Components Rework J Lead Rework Students will be provided with the facilities equipment instruction and assignments necessary to enable them to accomplish the course objectives End of Course Outcomes Solder highly reliable connections solder to industry standards desolder connections install surface mount devices remove surface mount devices Student Learning Outcomes Students will solder and remove through hole and surface mount components from a PC board 2 Evaluation Procedures All Videos VT 91 to VT 94 must be viewed and Quizzes 1 through 6 must be completed All component installations removals and preparations must be completed and all work must be inspected by the course instructor of record All work must be performed such that it meets as close to IPC A 610 and ANSI J STD 001 standards as possible The relative weight of each of the grading components of the course is outlined below Quizzes weighted equally 40 Lab Procedures weighted equally 60 The course grade will be calculated as follows Quiz Average Quiz 1 Quiz 2 Quiz5 5 Procedure Average Proc 1 Proc 2 Proc 8 8 Course Average 0 4 x Quiz Avg 0 6 x Procedure Avg Obtaining Final Course Grades Using eConnect Final Grade Reports are no longer mailed Convenient access is available online at www econnect dcccd edu Use your identification number when you log onto eConnect an online system developed by the DCCCD to provide you with timely information regarding your college record Your grades will also be printed on your Student Advising Report which is available in the Admissions Office Eastfield College Email Policy Faculty and students must have and use a DCCCD account for all correspondence relating to academic coursework For information on setting up a DCCCD student email account go to http www dcccd edu netmail home html 3 Course Outline WEEK DATE TOPIC 1 1 16 Course Orientation 2 1 23 View VT 91 Take Quiz 1 3 1 30 View VT 92 Part I Take Quiz 2 4 2 6 Install through hole components R1 to R6 C1 to C6 Q1 to Q1 to Q9 U1 to U3 5 2 13 View VT 92 Part II Take Quiz 3 6 2 20 Install 1st half of Chip Components D1 to D6 R7 to R12 7 2 27 Install 2nd half of Chip Components C7 to C12 C13 to C18 8 3 5 View VT 93 Take Quiz 4 3 12 Spring Break 9 3 19 Install Gull Wing Components Q10 to Q15 U4 to U11 10 3 26 View VT 94 Part I 11 4 2 View VT 94 Part II Take Quiz 5 12 4 9 14 4 23 Remove half of J Lead Components 15 4 30 Remove half of Thru Hole Components 16 5 7 Submit Board for Final Evaluation Install J Lead Components U12 to U15 Submit fully populated board for assessment prior to removal of any components 13 4 16 Remove half of Chip and Gull Wing Components 4 Attendance Policy Students are expected to regularly attend all classes in which they are enrolled Students have the responsibility to consult with the instructor when an absence occurs Senate Bill 738 authorizes Financial students Aid to beStatement absent for religious holy days Students planning such absences are required to submit written notification to their instructors during the first 5 days of the term Students absent for approved religious holy days will be allowed to complete work missed Students who are receiving any form of financial aid should check with the Financial Aid Office prior to withdrawing from classes Withdrawals may affect your eligibility to receive further aid and could cause you to be in a position of repayment for the current semester Students who fail to attend or participate after the drop date are also subject to this policy Financial Aid Statement for Distance Learning Classes If you are receiving Financial Aid grants or loans and are enrolled in a Distance Learning class you must show participation in this class prior to the certification date by either e mailing or contacting the instructor or logging on to eCampus Do not drop or


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