Soldering a coaxial cable

Solder a coaxial cable to a connector ring and pin in two steps in under 5 seconds by reaching a temperature of 500°F (260°C) with induction heating.

HS-4W Heat Station
Channel coil

• No-flux solder wire
• Coaxial cable
• Cable connector
• Center pin

Key Parameters
Power: 1.0kW
Temperature: 662°F (350°C)
Time: 5 sec


  1. The coaxial cable and connector were placed vertically inside the coil.
  2. Induction heating was applied for 3 seconds, at which point the part is hot enough for soldering.
  3. The soldering wire was fed between the cable braid and connector.
  4. Solder wire was inserted into the center pin, and the center pin was placed in the coil.
  5. The cable with connector was placed above the pin.
  6. Induction heat was applied for 1.5 seconds, after which the part was hot enough for soldering.
  7. The center conductor was inserted into the pin.
  8. The assembly was inspected to ensure that the soldering was successful.


  • Strong durable joints and faster heating cycles
  • Selective and precise heat zone, resulting in less part distortion and joint stress
  • Technology without pollution, which is both clean and safe


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