A soldering iron is used to connect metallic materials by soldering using tin or lead-tin solders. Practical to use. Used in works related to electronics, especially recommended for work with integrated circuits sensitive to electromagnetic interference.
- soldering irons of the power of:
- up to 30 W are designed for soldering parts on integrated circuit boards, small electronic components;
- 40-60 W are intended for the soldering of electrical and electronic components;
- 80-100 W as above if more soldering power is needed;
- soldering iron guide is made of stainless steel, with a brass shaft;
- heat-up time: 2-3 minutes;
- small size and weight;
- a dual-component ergonomic handle with a profi led non-slip surface ensures less hand fatigue, even during longer operation;
- easy exchange of tips with one screw;
- a metal stand is included;
- electrical insulation class: I.
Power supply: 230 V
Mains frequency: 50 Hz