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Soldered wire lasting problem
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When I solder wires initially they appear good but just several days later the insulation near the solder point on PCB starts cracking or the conductor itself starts breaking. Any ideas or wire makes that can solve this problem and make the solder last?
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Miguel Angel

You can use 'board-in' crimps. The wire is crimped to a little metal fitting, which is then soldered to the board.

Ronald Vester

I have found that using hot glue to hold wires in place significantly reduces odd problems that otherwise occur due to wires moving around and damaging solder joints or breaking.


very useful informations.

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