Electric solder iron is the best soldering tool for no matter large electronic equipment or micro components. Temperature controlled function provides precision soldering effect.
||External heating type
|Temperature Control Method
||AC 110V/60Hz, 220V/50Hz
||Ceramic heating core
||Plastic, silica gel, stainless steel
- 60W high power, reach 450°C within 60s. Accurate temperature control and adjustment.
- Alloy soldering iron bit, lead-free, environmental protection and long life.
- Thick copper power wire, high temperature resistance, anti-aging, safe to use.
Electric Solder Iron Structure Diagram
Electric Solder Iron Use Method
|1. Plug in the power cord to preheat.
||2. Dip the soldering iron bit with a little rosin for easy tinning.
||3. Dip solder.
|4. Soldering (the solder wire will be melted when reaching the temperature).
||5. If there are impurities on the soldering iron bit, clean it up on a wet high-temperature sponge.
||6. After use, cool the soldering iron and put away.
Tips: How to ensure safety when using electric soldering iron?
- Do not touch the metal parts near the soldering iron bit to avoid burning your skin.
- Do not use electric soldering iron near flammable and explosive materials to avoid fire.
- Turn off the power during work breaks or after completion, and place the electric soldering iron out of the reach of children.
- When replacing the soldering iron bit, be sure to turn off the power and wait for the soldering iron bit to cool down before replacing it.
- It is strictly prohibited to use the electric soldering iron when it is damaged, especially when the power cord is damaged.
- Electric soldering iron can use 3-wire or 2-wire plugs. The plug must be inserted into a 3-hole/2-hole socket. Do not change the plug or use an ungrounded plug adapter, otherwise it will cause poor grounding. If you need to extend the cord, use a grounded 3-wire power cord.
- Do not use electric soldering iron for work other than soldering.