ZD-919 Soldering Station

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ZD-919 Soldering Station

Our soldering station is rugged enough for continuous duty and production use and perfect for board level assembly and repair. The station can solder all kinds of electronic components.

The soldering station offers closed loop electronic temperature control and there is a temperature sensor incorporated into the heating element. It features a rotary temperature setting and a high precision, slim iron handle.

The soldering station features a detachable/replaceable soldering iron made of heat resistant silicon jacketed iron and line cord. Additionally, there is a detachable iron stand with a safety guard iron holder and an integral tip cleaner (with cleaning sponge). The temperature of the soldering irons can be adjusted flexibly. We also offer a variety of replacement tips.

Technical Specifications of the Soldering Station
Power Supply Voltage: 110volt (110volt-130volt)/60Hz
230volt (220volt-240volt)/50Hz
Soldering Iron: 24Vac 48W
Temperature: 150℃-450℃

Our company is a soldering station manufacturer and supplier based in China. In addition to temperature controlled soldering station, we also provide SMD rework station, soldering iron, hot air gun, smoke absorber, and much more.

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