hard-solder

hard-solder

[¦härd ‚säd·ər]
(metallurgy)
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It's a good idea, but you'll want an oxy/acetylene torch if you decide to go that route, because hard-solder applications call for a lot of heat.
Traditionally, the output voltage of a switching regulator has been set by the feedback potential divider resistors, which are hard-soldered onto the circuit board at assembly time.