i pushed the boat out and got a jbc ad2200

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by angellonewolf, Jan 27, 2013.

  1. angellonewolf

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    i ended up going for a separate hotair station and a separate iron

    looking at the reviews look to be a very good iron but temp only goes up to 350 c is this still good for lead free soldering ?

    thanks for help angel
     
  2. angellonewolf

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    any feedback for the station
     
  3. kubeek

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    That should bee fine, I run my iron at ~310 for normal solder and ~330 for lead free or thick metals.
     
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    Does that subject line make any sense to anyone?
     
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    Where's Loosie when you need him :eek:
     
  6. Ron H

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    I hesitated before saying this, but Google is your friend.:eek:
    I also had never heard the expression before. I suspect the origins are British.
     
  7. SPQR

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    Ah yes...two peoples separated by a common language.:D
     
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  8. strantor

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    I was thinking he had some massive old hot air/soldering station combo which he got rid of.
     
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  9. angellonewolf

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    sorry should have put i was asking about a soldering station with hot air in another post

    should have said sorry

    but went instead for 2 separate units

    thanks for the help
     
  10. spinnaker

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    Those British people need to learn to speak English! :eek:
     
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