KADA 936 Digital Temperature Control Soldering Station

Description

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Features:

  • • Temperature range:392°-896°F (200°C- 480°C)
  • • Adjustable temperature control with lock/set screw
  • • Imported A1321 ceramic heating element and senor insures rapid heat-up temperature and lightning-fast thermal recovery
  • • Celsius or Fahrenheit temperature setting
  • • Temperature adjusted by simply turning the dial
  • • Slender iron handles are insulated and ergonomic-designed for ease and comfort
  • • Accommodates large, medium or small irons
  • • Wide selection of tips available for soldering SMD and through-hole connections
  • • Power input :220-240V
  • • Power Output: 24V 60W Package Content

A soldering station is a soldering tool with a separate station to control temperature and a soldering iron. A soldering station can be either analog or digital.

A soldering station is an electronic tool for hand soldering of electronic components onto a PCB. It consists of a station or a unit to control temperature and a soldering iron that can be attached to the station unit. Most soldering stations have temperature control and are mostly used in electronics PCB assembly and manufacturing units. They are also used for mass repairing of circuit boards. Most genuine service centers also use these temperature controlled soldering stations for repair and rework jobs.
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Detail:

A soldering station can be either analog or digital. Analog units have knobs to

control (increase or decrease) temperature. They don’t have any display to show the current set temperature. The temperature setting in these units is not very accurate. On the other hand, digital units have settings to control the temperature digitally. They also have a display that shows the current set temperature. These units offer better accuracy but are little expensive than their analog counterparts.
ESD-Safe and Non-ESD Safe Soldering Station
Again, a soldering station can be either ESD-safe of Non-ESD safe. ESD stands
for Electrostatic Discharge (the rapid transfer of charge that can occur when objects at different potential come close to each other). An ESD-safe soldering station means that no static charge will be built on the station or the iron. Special material is used to make these units. These tools are also well grounded to discharge any unwanted electricity into the ground. An ESD-safe soldering station is a must for most latest electronic gadgets and mobile phonesbecause most of these gadgets have electronic components that are very sensitive to static charge and can easily get damaged. ICs and semiconductors are very sensitive to static charge.

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