ATO portable digital soldering iron is not only temperature adjustable but also versatile, it can be used for a wide range of soldering applications, including circuit boards, wire, jewellery making and more. The ergonomic design of the 130W soldering iron makes it easy and comfortable to use for long periods of time. In addition, the soldering iron tip is replaceable, ensuring long-lasting durability and usability.
- Model: ATO-SIK-908DII
- Max Power: 130W
- Rated Power: 18W
- Working Temperature: 90~480 °C
- Voltage: 110/220V
- Power Plug: Euro/US
- Display Form: LCD
- Temperature Control: Adjustable temperature
- Enclosure Protection Class: IP20
- Dimension: 138x51x33mm
- Weight: 0.65kg
- 130W soldering with digital tube display for intuitive temperature adjustment, real time temperature monitoring, and adjustable temperature range from 90 to 480°C.
- Convenient soldering iron temperature knob for temperature adjustment, twist the knob left or right to quickly adjust the temperature of the air gun.
- Intelligent soldering iron with built-in high power ceramic heating core, rapid temperature rise and constant temperature output.
- The ergonomic design of the soldering iron ensures comfort and ease of handling, while the high quality heating element ensures adjustable temperature control.
Soldering iron is a versatile tool widely used in various fields, including electronics, plumbing, jewelry making, and automotive repair. In electronics, it is used to join electrical components together and repair circuit boards. Plumbers use it to join pipes and fittings. Jewelers use it to solder small pieces of metal together to make intricate designs. Automotive mechanics use it to repair electrical connections and fix broken parts. With its precise heat control and ability to melt and join metals, soldering iron is a valuable tool for anyone working with metal or electronics.
Tips: What is life time of a soldering tip?
The lifetime of a soldering tip can vary depending on several factors, such as:
- Frequency of use: The more frequently you use your soldering iron, the faster the tip will wear out.
- Type of soldering: Different types of soldering tasks can have different levels of wear on the tip. For example, soldering at higher temperatures or using more aggressive fluxes can wear out the tip faster.
- Type of tip: The material and coating of the tip can also affect its lifespan. Tips made of higher quality materials like copper, iron, or nickel generally last longer than those made of lower quality materials.
- Maintenance: Proper maintenance of your soldering tip can help extend its lifespan. This includes regularly cleaning and tinning the tip.
In general, a soldering tip can last anywhere from a few weeks to several months or even years. However, it's important to regularly monitor the condition of your soldering tip and replace it when it becomes too worn or damaged to use effectively.