key card lock temperature changes “Use the lockout key card to enter temperature settings into the system memory, then when the card is removed, all parameter settings are “locked" into the system memory and cannot be changed without the key card. This feature guards against an operator making accidental or unauthorized temperature changes." “easy-to-read variable airflow meter "
|Temperature rising speed||350 C/13s|
|Special Feature||card plug in type security control in case other person to set temperature|
|±1°(when no work)|
|Heating element||Ceramic heater at 1365|
|Tip to Ground Resistance||<2Ω|
|Tip to Ground Potential||<2mV|
|Weight / boxing number||2.5kg/ set,8/box|
No,the high temperature will accelerate the oxidation of the soldering iron head and reduce the life of the soldering iron head. If the welding head temperature over 470 ℃, its oxidation rate is twice as large as 380 ℃.
No,when welding, do not push too hard, or it will cause the iron head to be damaged. As long as the soldering iron head is fully exposed to the solder, heat can be transferred. Also, select the right solder head to help heat transfer.
Yes,this can reduce the oxidation chance of the soldering iron head and make the iron head more durable. After use, should reduce the temperature of soldering iron slightly to add the new soldering tin so that the tin coating has a better antioxidant effect.
Yes,If the soldering iron has black oxide on its head, which must be cleaned immediately. clean the solder with a clean sponge and then soldering tin(do not use sandpaper or hard material to clean the solder).
No.highly active or highly corrosive flux can accelerate the corrosion of the soldering iron head during heating, so it should be used for low corrosive flux.
Yes, if you do not need to use the solder iron, should carefully put it on the proper soldering stand,in case the soldering iron head damaged by the collision.