Soldering irons are exceptionally handy and indispensable tools for professionals and hobbyists in various industries and applications. They are used in the electronic industry commonly. Of course, before you begin a project with Syntus soldering iron, you should know how to use a soldering iron properly and safely.
1. Warm your soldering iron.
2. Keep a wet sponge handy (not included), and after the soldering iron is fully heated, softly scrape it against the sponge to remove old solder.
3. On the hot iron, carefully apply a small amount of fresh solder and coat the tip. Start soldering your components together once tinning the tip.
4. Remove the old solder completely and start with a fresh work area with a solder sucker if needed.
Working Voltage: 110V
Length of cord: 137.7cm/54.2in
Temperature Range: 200℃-450℃/392℉ to 842℉
weight of soldering iron: 0.32lb
length of soldering iron: 18cm/7.1in
Solder Wire Melting Point: 183℃/361.4℉
1 * Soldering Iron
5 * Soldering Iron Tip
1 * Desoldering Pump
1 * Stand
1 * Anti-static Tweezer
1 * Tube of Soldering Wire
① DO NOT lay a soldering iron down on any surface.
② A smoke would come out from the tip end of soldering iron in a short while when plugged in for the first time which attribute normal phenomenon and would never happen again.
③ Never dry heating the iron which may greatly shorten the longevity.
④ Soldering iron will perform better if kept clean. A damp sponge can be used to clean residue caused by flux material. A very small skim of flux should be applied to the iron after the cleaning