Choose proper tip for soldering
1. Pick a tip that maximizes contact area between the tips and solder joint.
Maximizing contact area gives the most efficient heat transfer; allowing
operators to produce high quality solder joints quickly.
2. Pick a tip that allows good access to the solder joint, shorter tip lengths allow
more precise control. Longer or angled tips may be needed for soldering densely
Calibrate the Iron Temperture
Use thermometer to check the temperature every time you change any parts from the
Use thermometer for high frequency iron testing.
Voltage: AC220V 50HZ
Available temperature range: 200-480℃
Standby power: ≤6W
Max instantaneous power: 120W
Temperature stability(standby): ±2℃
The resistance to ground of solder tip <2Ω
The potential to ground of solder tip <2mV
Temperature correction mode: Digital correction