Setting Mode: Keying adjustment and immediate access
Dormant temperature: 200ºC (temperature at the tip of soldering iron in the dormant state)
Dormant time: 1-99mins (No dormancy at the point of 0 minute)
Temperature Accuracy: ?0ºC
Temperature Stability: ?ºC (Still air and no load)
Tip to ground impedance: <= 2
Tip to ground voltage: <= 2 mV
Weight: 6 lb
001-999 (000means unlocked)
Keying adjustment and immediate access
200ºC (temperature at the tip of soldering iron in the dormant state)
1-99mins (No dormancy at the point of 0 minute)
?ºC (Still air and no load)
Tip to ground impedance
Tip to ground voltage
<= 2 mV
Test method: Install thermocouple in the place of iron tip, put welding wire of 10 mm diameter on PCB (epoxy resin copper clad), weld one point at each second, and test the temperature of iron tip. Thermocouple: K type Setting temperature: 350¡æ The standard soldering iron tips: AT800-2.5D
2. Electro-magnetic high frequency heater: Output AC: 28V 200KHz
3. 3nd generation heater: Output AC: 24V 50Hz
Why choose this 3rd generation heater?
Because it absorbs the merits of above two kinds of heaters and filtering their defects. Technically, the heating theory is as same as the first kind. But heat conduction material is replaced by silver, as a result, heat loss is controlled in a minimum extent. Meanwhile, comparing with Electro-magnetic heater, the latter has no electro-magnetic interference.
The iron tip that comes with the new heater has smaller size, resulting of a lower cost for replacement.