Fun fact about D-MARK, 101 is actually the total number of board parts! Now, before we get into our first real-world application, here are some more fun facts about the board name.
Let’s start with an example to get you familiar with D-MARK, and with using its powerful built- in D-MARK Script (DMSi).
Simply save the script below in a text file named "DMS.txt" on a microSD card and push the reset button once. That’s all!
You can buy a cheap reflow oven for SMD soldering these days, but I believe you’ll like this option even more. Just one important note: please don’t use it for cooking your food again!
What we will do:
DM Script: you can download the script file here.
// Let's config what we are using, use tab as a separator for parameter, not space. // we will calculate in degree F NTC.unit 1 // we use 100 kiloohm NTC having B value 3950 NTC.constant_r0 100000 //set the B value to 3950 NTC.constant_b 3950 //set MOSFET output channel 1 to digital output mode mosfet_1.mode digital // Ready to start our smart toaster reflow controller //set a label for the first step heating return loop point as "s1" :s1 //if the NTC temperature is greater than 239 F, jump to routine "s1_soak" if.ntc.gt 239,s1_soak //enable the MOSFET output mosfet_1.on //as long as the temperature is not reaching our tartget of 240 F, repeat the loop s1 goto s1 //s1_soak staring point s1_soak: //start the timer from 0 s set.t0 0 //set "s1_soaking" as a starting loop point for checking time and temperature condition. :s1_soaking //if the soaking time reaches 180 seconds, jump to do the step 2 (ramp to 294 F). if.t0.gt 179,s2 //If the NTC temperature reaches 240 F, close the step 1 by jumping to "s1_done" if.ntc.gt 239,s1_done //otherwise output will still be on mosfet_1.on //loop s1_done as long as the condition is valid goto s1_soaking //the end point of step 1 as the soaking time reaches 180 seconds :s1_done //turn off the output mosfet_1.digital 0 //loop over the step 1 soaking routine goto s1_soaking //repeat the same procedure for steps 2 and 3 using different temperatures and soak time :s2 if.ntc.gt 293,s2_soak mosfet_1.on goto s2 s2_soak: set.t0 0 :s2_soaking if.t0.gt 59,s3 if.ntc.gt 293,s2_done mosfet_1.digital 1 goto s2_soaking :s2_done mosfet_1.digital 0 goto s2_soaking :s3 if.ntc.gt 419,s3_soak mosfet_1.digital 1 goto s3 s3_soak: set.t0 0 :s3_soaking if.t0.gt 29,turn_off if.ntc.gt 419,s3_done mosfet_1.digital 1 goto s3_soaking :s3_done mosfet_1.digital 0 goto s3_soaking :turn_off //when all the steps done, turn off the output mosfet_1.digital 0 goto turn_off
Now it is your turn to show your reflow results!
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