Commit a4215ef8 authored by Nanditha Nair's avatar Nanditha Nair

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### Control Switch Panel
<p align="center"><img alt="Control Switch Panel" height="300" width="100" src="../../images/week05/switches.jpg" /> </p>
<p><img alt="Control Switch Panel" height="300" width="100" src="../../images/week05/switches.jpg" /> </p>
1. Modelling Mode LED
2. Scanning Mode LED
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### Soldering Process
**Step1** - Solder needs a clean surface on which to stick. So clean all the surfaces.
**Step2** - To solder, heat the end that needs to be connected with the tip of the soldering iron(by holding soldering iron like a pen on the handle) for a few seconds, then press the tip of the solder(Atiny dip of flex on the tip is good).
**Step 3**- Important - Apply heat on the connection, not the solder.
**Step 4** - Ensure that a good connection is created
**Step 5**- Let the solder melt and create the joint, but don’t let excess solder. It just needs enough to make a connection.
**Step 6**- Remove the solder tip and the iron.
**Step 7**- Let it cool for a few seconds.
**Step 8**- Make sure that the connection is not overheated, as it might damage the component that is being soldered.
**Step 9**- If the connection has excess solder then reheat and use the copper wire to remove it.
**Step 10** - Wipe the tip of the iron on a damp sponge to clean it. The tip should now be shiny.
**Step 11** - Unplug the soldering iron when it is not in use.
<br>**Step1** - Solder needs a clean surface on which to stick. So clean all the surfaces.
<br>**Step2** - To solder, heat the end that needs to be connected with the tip of the soldering iron(by holding soldering iron like a pen on the handle) for a few seconds, then press the tip of the solder(Atiny dip of flex on the tip is good).
<br>**Step 3**- Important - Apply heat on the connection, not the solder.
<br>**Step 4** - Ensure that a good connection is created
<br>**Step 5**- Let the solder melt and create the joint, but don’t let excess solder. It just needs enough to make a connection.
<br>**Step 6**- Remove the solder tip and the iron.
<br>**Step 7**- Let it cool for a few seconds.
<br>**Step 8**- Make sure that the connection is not overheated, as it might damage the component that is being soldered.
<br>**Step 9**- If the connection has excess solder then reheat and use the copper wire to remove it.
<br>**Step 10** - Wipe the tip of the iron on a damp sponge to clean it. The tip should now be shiny.
<br>**Step 11** - Unplug the soldering iron when it is not in use.
<p align="center"><img alt="Soldering Using Lead" height="350" width="350" src="../../images/week05/sold7.jpg" /> </p>
> Soldering Using Lead
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