I want to know if it's possible soldering pcb using nichrome wire instead of lead.
Specs say Nichrome wire melting point is around 1440 centigrade. Which is achievable with a tiny flame.
Is there a PCB thermally resistant to such temperature.
- Maybe a solder paste based on nichrome alloy with a melting point below the alloy itself
- Is there another very low conductivity alloy which could have a melting point way below 1440C and mantain resistivity properties of the nihcrome?
- What is called the nickel alloy used for mobo soldering which has a elevated melting point around 485C - 565C. Can you describe some of its properties?
- What would be such devices highly unnafected by such temperatures eventually. Is there a name or catalog of this?
Thanks in advance